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Nowadays many of our credit cards come with RFID chips
embedded within them, and although this creates a
convenience, it lacks security. Your credit cards could be
skimmed by a passer-by or your cards simply stolen! Why
put up with it any longer?
My innovation will allow RFID to become the
payment amongst retailers and salesman.
I started thinking about where you could keep an RFID
where nobody could notice it, and I realized that the
tongue is a perfect place! It's hidden when you've got
mouth shut, and one of the harder appendages for
to remove! So an RFID tag is implanted within
Ah, but this is no regular RFID tag! It requires a special
activation method: close contact with a magnet (about
1mm). Retail locations need only to place a magnet
their RFID readers, and watch the money roll in as
customers lick the magnet to make their payment! If
first try is unsuccessful, encourage your customers to
again" or "lick harder".
Noticing the tongue can be a more versatile tool in the
door-to-door salesman community, an RFID reader can
be implanted into one's tongue, for sales on the road.
Once a price is negotiated for goods or services, buyer
seller need only embrace tongues to complete
If the first try is unsuccessful, encourage your customers
"lick again" or "try a different tongue technique".
With these new discreetly placed and secure RFID tags
readers, we will elevate our hopes in humanity as we
becomes a society that embraces openness and
that old adage "if at first you don't succeed, try, try
||I suppose the french would be more open to this
idea, although any culture sharing the "free love" is
invited to join.
||//one of the harder appendages for thieves to remove!//
||All you've got to do is make them stick out thier tongue, and then kick/palm-strike them in the jaw.
||Try using the victims own anatomy to remove any other appendage and you will be in for a long day.
||Would it interfere with the radio reception from my
||/...Would it interfere with the radio reception from
my braces?.../ probably not, but just in case, check
your orthodontist for any offers for free bumpers to
help out with reception. (yes, that was a cheesy
iPhone 4 joke).
||funny, but so disturbing it put me off my croissant. And especially [-] because I live in Africa and do not want any form of security that I cannot hand painlessly over to thieves if sufficiently motivated (thieves here are particularly skilled in motivating techniques)
||um yeah.. this idea, I admit, is kind of whacked, and
so I thought it appropriate for HB.