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Brad Daley
February 20, 2014 - 21:53

We are definitely living in an age where trust is plummeting. Where a person's word is almost meaningless. I suppose RFID is good for merchandise, as long as humans don't fall under that category. What I see is technology trying to dethrone God as Supreme Creator. Saying this, the technology toward the Mark is coming as predicted. Unfortunately, there are Eternal consequences, and God has other plans.

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