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Re: Shut The Cell Up New York Post Online Edition: news

Fritz Whittington (
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 18:14:36 -0600

On or about 2005-02-28 00:23, Marcus Didius Falco whipped out a trusty
#2 pencil and scribbled:




> February 20, 2005 -- Can you hear me now?

> Unsuspecting cellphone users may find themselves saying that more
> often now that cellphone jammers illegal gizmos that interfere with
> signals and cut off reception are selling like hotcakes on the streets
> of New York.

Seems to me someone ought to sell a gadget that detects the jammer
signal and allows you to track it down. This I think is perfectly
legal, being only a signal detector and strength meter, basically.
You could probably sell millions at $50 each and still make a mint of
money. Perhaps have a handy wrist-strap for attaching the 4-pound
(1.8 kg) hammer accessory used to disable the illegal equipment.

Fritz Whittington

"You can get much farther with a kind word and a gun than you can with
a kind word alone." -- Al Capone

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