Friday, January 12, 2007

It Ain't Just Talking Anymore

From super secret spy world of James Bond movies, we now have money that doesnt just talk, it snitches,too.?*LINK*
Canadian coins containing tiny transmitters have mysteriously turned up in the pockets of at least three American contractors who visited Canada, says a branch of the U.S. Defense Department.
Oops, this wasnt supposed to get out. The latest has the Defense Department now playing down the story. *LINK*?
“There is no story there,” the official, who asked not to be named, told The Globe and Mail.

Remember,fellas, if you find any funny looking over-sized bird coins in your pocket (the Canadians call it a 'Loonie'), be careful as to your whereabouts. You wouldnt want all your secret moves revealed.

I can just imagine what this micro-technology can do in the hands of private investigator.
Or worse...wives may purchase transmitter coins, drop in a coat pocket, and monitor husband's travel around town, all from the comfort of home via the internet.
Domestic Lo-Jack? Could this be on the horizon?


Anonymous said...

Dratt......foiled again.
Back to the drawing board
Canuckian Conquest of The Universe plan #237,928....coming rightup :o)

The spy coins didnt work maybe a bit of frigid air shuffled south across the 49th will get us respect... :o)

Gino said...

well, damn, chills...
it appears your plan is having an effect. last night,we had snow flurries in los angeles, of all places.

Mercy Now said...

Yes, I saw this story yesterday. I like to buy US quarters that are transmitters so I can ease drop on some of the characters that I know:o)

Brian said...

Oh no. Now the Canadian government knows how many parking meters I plugged and how many Tim Horton's runs I made last time I was there.