with the use of a chip in their body, I say ok, but that is how far I draw the I am Disney princess unless Hogwarts sends me a letter shirt line. These children are positing that these things are necessary and, of course, they are not. I can recognize them for what they are ignorant of. Please let us ignore them. Before you get too excited about getting chipped, just look at the targeted advertising courtesy of it and smart. Now try to imagine how it will get if the chip is in you. Think about it. We live in a capitalist society.
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They’re going about it wrong. Tech implants break and even when they I am Disney princess unless Hogwarts sends me a letter shirt don’t they’re a security liability. They should be focusing their efforts on reducing and improving the reliability of genetic modification as impressive and inexpensive as is, it’s nowhere near sufficient for use with multicellular organisms. I just think these people are 20 years too early and that is the reason why they are labeled as ‘freaks’. There’s just not enough payback on this at the moment. Perhaps in the future when an implant can stop you from having a heart attack or detect cancer, then it would be worth the biological risk. No point me breaking my skin and exposing my body to the deadly infection to unlock a door. Too lazy to put in the