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    Full Member snappy's Avatar
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    twitter and txt taken to the next lever
    Washington State is considering making a 911 accessible via twitter and txt.
    Got to find the link again, but wow could you imagine your at home your cell phone is next to you someone breaks in so you log on to your computer and pull up twitter, by the time you sign in, shoot ur dead? What evr.

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    Sweet, that means even more taxes for us on our cell phone bills. Think about all of the prank texts they will get.
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    Full Member snappy's Avatar
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    oh yes another tax....well no rebuttal found here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snappy
    Washington State is considering making a 911 accessible via twitter and txt.
    Got to find the link again, but wow could you imagine your at home your cell phone is next to you someone breaks in so you log on to your computer and pull up twitter, by the time you sign in, shoot ur dead? What evr.
    What in the world do some people have for brains???????

    How on earth would twittering 911 be easier/better/more practical than just dialing, uh, let's see if I can get it right the first time: "9-1-1"

    How bizarre??
    Generate more fake news.

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    some states already offer 911 services online.

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