Skip to comments.Now Disney Can Track Your Every Move with NSA-Style Wristbands
Posted on 01/03/2014 1:04:28 PM PST by C19fan
Families planning trips to one of Disneys theme parks can now get waterproof rubber wristbands embedded with computer chips in lieu of paper tickets. When scanned, the bands can act as a park entry ticket, a FastPass, a hotel room key and a credit card. The Magic Bands which are currently optional are part of a new MyMagic+ vacation management system that can track guests as they move throughout the park.
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People with kids are going to want to have them, in case junior wanders off.
This is a good idea for people with children god forbid they get lost or kidnapped.
These should be implanted in the forehead and hand.
I guess your correct about the band getting cut off. Scary either way. I never took my kids there and I never will. I hate central Florida.
Indeed, when I was a child I often worried about my parents getting lost or kidnapped at theme parks.
Not surprising at all. I was educated in Catholic school in the 1970s and Revelation was introduced in 9th grade. By that time the Catholics were the only ones who had much religious education because attendance at Sunday schools was very sparse.
Disneyland used to have (maybe still does) a place for parents and lost kids to reunite, and the sign on the outside said "Lost Parents."
“By that time the Catholics were the only ones who had much religious education because attendance at Sunday schools was very sparse. “
You’re not from the south, are you?
You got that right- I’m in Canada. The South is one of my favourite destinations- I have several friends in Augusta, GA. They know a *lot* more scripture than I ever picked up in school.
Don’t worry, it’ll be a good idea too when they put a chip on foreheads or right wrists too. It’s good for the kids and will prevent kidnapping among other things.
I pointed out this was already happening at European concert festivals and people said I was crazy to think this trend would ever come to America.
I grew up in British Columbia and was attending church since I was a baby, including Sunday School, Youth Group, Etc. All my friends did too, thought that was normal.
I learned about this stuff a long time ago.
By the 1970 the catechism they taught in Toronto schools was all the warm & fuzzy stuff in the early grades. They didn’t do fire & brimstone until high school.
One thing I learned is that the teen years are not a good time to introduce Revelation. To the uninitiated it comes off as a bizarre acid trip; it would be more effective to start easing into it in the earlier grades instead of throwing the whole thing at us at once.
I had heard all that stuff in sermons long before I was a teeenager. I even remember the movie left behind or some such, was scary as heck. It was filmed in the 70s, but it showed friends turning on friends, the guillotine all the good stuff.
Hey they work flawlessly except for the fingerprint thing sometimes take my word for it. This is how the free market place rolls out new technology. No glitches. Business transactions completed efficiently.They are working to make your vacation experience great. O’glitch could use a Disney internship.
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