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Feb 22, 2013

The Show Notes

“Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God”
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Mortimer calls. That is all.
Religious Moron(s) of the Week
     - Andrea Hernandez from Scott Cook

     - Gus Blackwell from Wil Grewe-Mullins
The 400 richest people in the U.S.
Interesting Fauna

     - Zombie Tit from Julie Press
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over ten years ago

I do get the religiously moronic aspect of refusing to wear the RFID-tagged student ID. However, I also think there are a number of legitimate reasons to be critical of such measures and it would have been nice to at least acknowledge that.

over ten years ago

Loved the blooper at the end! More please!
By the way, in Swedish the word gips means a cast and the material gypsum.

over ten years ago

One misleading thing from the Daily Mail (I'm sure there are others -- this *is* the Daily Mail, after all) about the Andrea Hernandez RFID card thingy: there's no geeps involved. The RFID chip is not a "GPS chip". It only "tracks" whoever's carrying it by recording when they pass an RFID reader owned by the school -- it doesn't record their geographic coordinates.

It's exactly the same technology my current employer (and my previous two employers) use to secure office, where I have to tap my card on the reader by the door to get in.