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  Reply # 599345 24-Mar-2012 00:19
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maybe you should ask your bank for an card holder and just stick your license in that and just keep it your pocket it's not hard to do and solves the "Oh sorry orificer I left it in the other car" line of defence

or do the kiwi haka

Cap Shirt Barta Bullets, Wallet Watch n keys, slip slop slap

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  Reply # 599503 24-Mar-2012 16:54
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stevenz: Just issue everyone with barcode tattoos or microchips, problem solved.

/jk



I would prefer this option. It would make things much easier!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 599587 24-Mar-2012 21:05
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nickd:
stevenz: Just issue everyone with barcode tattoos or microchips, problem solved.

/jk



I would prefer this option. It would make things much easier!



Easier for who you or the Govt to keep tabs on you every second of every day No thanks

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