30 April 2016

What happens in your shorts doesn’t necessarily stay in your shorts

Perusing this day's edition of Before it's News, a worthy website committed to the unveiling of the Troof, I had me a choice of many worthy headlines, starting with:

Obama Will Not Finish His Second Term

That one is about the end of the world that is coming to us, chickens. I still can't tell you the details, since I am not sure whether I am worthy of salvation and thus I didn't watch that movie yet. Maybe some time later. After all, that headline runs for about a year already.

Prophecy Explosion!!! Two Rabbi’s Predict The Coming "Messiah” in 2016?

Since rabbis of all kinds are, so to say, part of my bailiwick, I wasn't too excited, as you can guess. Even if these two are "Rabbi's". Oh well.

How the Illuminati Have Enslaved Americans Using Monetary Policy

Just like the rabbis' story, this one is too... pedestrian, I would say, for an Elder.

Benjamin Fulford: “Hybrid war Continues With Japanese Underground Military Bases Hit as Khazarian Mafia Under Attack Around the Planet.”

Hmm... Khazarian Mafia... also a bit off, but there are nice pictures of what the author considers to be Elders but are, really, some pretty minor outsiders. Too trivial.

Smart Clothes Coming to Stream your Info to Marketers

That one smote me. And the second sentence in this piece was a certain winner for a headline. Not to mention the ominous contents of the whole.
Welcome to the creepy world of Smart Clothes. What happens in your shorts doesn’t necessarily stay in your shorts.

Underwear, clothing, shoes –everything we wear – is being digitally connected to the Internet so it can broadcast some of our most personal information. Clothing linked to the Internet, can document our waist size, when we use the restroom, how long we sit, and how much we walk, to name just a few.

“Over the next three years, it will see brands at both ends of the market introducing products with unique digital identities and data profiles in the cloud from the point of manufacturing,” Forbes reports.
The author, while seeing the dangers awaiting us in general, hasn't enough imagination to foresee the full scope of the upcoming horrors, nor the positive side of the related technology. It is not that your necktie becoming a stool pigeon for your spouse or your shirt carping on your deviations from a healthy diet are not frightful. They are, and so are underpants measuring your waist size and reporting the results to authorities, shoes that demand you walk a certain distance every day and alcohol-sniffing baseball caps.

But only a positively inclined and young at heart person could see the glimmer of hope in, for instance, this:
An Internet-connected sports bra, OM, is scheduled to hit the market this spring.
Any computer-minded young hacker could immediately see the endless possibilities. Just picture the benefits of establishing a working connection with the CPU of that bra... the sky is the limit!

OK, I have to leave you at this point. My left sock is bombarding my phone with notifications, demanding I resolve a matching issue with the right sock. Have to go...