The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation…

…educating the herd toward surveillance state docility toward our Ruling Class.

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  • B.E. Ward

    I wonder what it’s like to have that much money to flit around on wacky, wacky stuff.

  • Rosemarie


    So, will this be like the 21th century version of the mood ring… only as a bracelet rather than a ring?

  • I think having that much money eventually turns everyone into Howard Hughes.

  • Ted Seeber

    Got to have some reason to sell people Zunes with Cameras in them. Forget Big Brother 1984- in Big Brother 2012 your viewscreen is PORTABLE.

    • Ted Seeber

      And I posted that *BEFORE* I read the article.

  • SecretAgentMan

    Wait until they find out they can make bracelets which transmit current instead of just monitoring it.

  • Chris

    Jeez, just chip everyone and be done with it. Gives new meaning to the Windows Blue Screen of Death®

  • The “fruits and nuts” may be in California, but the wackadoodles are in Washington State! (And I think Bill and Melinda may fit the category.)

    Pax et bonum,
    Keith Töpfer

  • Katie in FL

    I don’t need bracelets to know what my homeschoolers are thinking. They usually share more than I want to know. BTW, saw on Fox’s The Five today that a school district in NJ is spending over 100k per student?! I barely spend $100 per student per year and the results so far are great. Just shows that involved parents makes the difference, whether homeschool, private, or public school.

  • Jessie

    Of course, there is no guarantee that it is the lesson the kids find stimulating and not that person sitting next to them, the comic book they are reading, or the daydreams of summer vacation.