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Topic # 112513 11-Dec-2012 15:59 Send private message

How can intelligent people end up in such a situation.  Surely the road conditions, terrain and road signs must indicate they're not going where they expect to be going.

http://www.nzherald.co.nz/technology/news/article.cfm?c_id=5&objectid=10853239

I though smart phones were for smart people, obviously not. It makes me shudder to think what the future holds for the human race.





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  Reply # 734210 18-Dec-2012 11:33 Send private message

Moved to correct forum - might get more replies here...




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  Reply # 734258 18-Dec-2012 12:21 Send private message

it is all part of the process of natural selection.

Mildura is very well sign posted so you really would have to be useless to get 70km off coarse!




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  Reply # 734270 18-Dec-2012 12:35 Send private message

Unless you can't spell....


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