By J. Kb

8 thoughts on “I almost feel bad for the bureaucrat who has to check this”
  1. Five minutes to answer or they send the police?

    That’s fine if your phone is surgically implanted in your body, but what if you put it down in the other room and forget it? What if you don’t take the phone with you when you go to the crapper? Is turning off the ringer or putting it in airplane mode going to be illegal?

    It’s frickin’ insane.

  2. Hahahaha! I turn my ringer off when I’m @ work. Maybe check it 2-3 times a day, because I’m busy…..working!.

    So, where would our stateside version of the Stasi come looking for me?

  3. The bureaucrats who came up with this will not be the ones calling or checking. I’m sure the work will be dumped on someone else (the cops?). Will they be issuing phones to anyone without one? What penalty for serial ignorers? Will their cops get to beat someone up after the third time, just to keep them interested (like rewarding your dog during training)? Will they be good enough to tell that your pix is not one she just took of your photo in the house?

  4. “The Prisoner”‘s Village is next–cameras everywhere, people monitoring for rule breakers, and Rover to collect them. Sigh.

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