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RE: Digitized for posterity
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On Tue, 10 Aug 1993 00:27:04 -0700 (PDT),
"Jeremy R. Smith" <uunet!eis.calstate.edu!jersmit> wrote -
> I know what you mean..out here in California, not only do they
> have digitizd photos, they've also got mag stripes on the back of
> the licenses. Supposedly to hold your driving record, etc. Make
> me nervous though. Almost nervous enough to learn how to reprogram
> mag stripes.
The digitized photo doesn't really bother me that much, now that I
think about it (the picture really makes me look like my name should
be 'Festus" or something along those lines), but the mag stripe did.
Funny how all those little magnetized electrons can get scrambled so
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