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To: Cvengr
Next step, the urinal cake will be connected to the Internet, sample and test the urine specimen, photograph the donor, and turn red when alcohol levels exceed the legal limit for driving under the influence, then transmit a signal to your 'smart' car to disengage the ignition system, thereby causing the intoxicated patron to return to the bar and drink some more, while notifying the bartender of their liability in serving you more alcohol.

This would set up some ingenious practical jokes involving the placement of vodka directly into the urinal while an unsuspecting party is using the facilities.

Realistically, I would not put such an idea past our beloved control-happy elected officials.

50 posted on 02/12/2007 5:23:19 AM PST by meyer (Bring back the Contract with America and you'll bring back the Republican majority.)
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To: meyer
Realistically, I would not put such an idea past our beloved control-happy elected officials.

I can see the court filings now... "Once the urine had left the defendant's body, he no longer had a reasonable expectation of privacy..."

51 posted on 02/12/2007 5:27:24 AM PST by bondjamesbond (Have you ever noticed that whatever the problem, the government's solution is always "more taxes"?)
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To: meyer
Realistically, I would not put such an idea past our beloved control-happy elected officials.

Who are just dumb enough not to realize the unintended consequences....men would probably just start peeing on the floor, in the sink, in the wastebasket...anywhere to avoid detection.

57 posted on 02/12/2007 5:59:41 AM PST by Mygirlsmom (Life is fatal - no one has ever gotten out alive. Why do the nannies think they can change that?)
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