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    Default Would you chip your child?

    Would you pay to have a chip put into your child at birth so that you knew where they were at all times? If it was 100% medically safe? (and pain free)
    Incase they ever got lost or kidnapped? What about when they are teenagers? Would you tell them they were chipped?

    I would...DH said he wouldn't do any of it.
    The only reason I would do it is so if anna ever got kidnapped I would be able to tell her exact location.

    What about you? Would you?

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    No way in hell would I ever insert some kind of monitoring device into my child....

    call me a conspiracy theorist but I just get all sorts of visions of AZIO agents and government mind control....

    chipping is for pets, not for people... JMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by OJandMe View Post
    No way in hell would I ever insert some kind of monitoring device into my child....

    call me a conspiracy theorist but I just get all sorts of visions of AZIO agents and government mind control....

    chipping is for pets, not for people... JMO
    That's what DH said.

    Id still do it....just imagine if you ever lost your child...or they were ever kidnapped.....it could locate them immediately and potentialy save their life. (that's not aimed at you, Im just saying).

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    Quote Originally Posted by natasha View Post
    That's what DH said.

    Id still do it....just imagine if you ever lost your child...or they were ever kidnapped.....it could locate them immediately and potentialy save their life. (that's not aimed at you, Im just saying).
    thats why i would very much consdier it, im so scared that jake might get kiddnapped one day

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    That is a great question natasha...
    I just don't know...may have to think about it some more...
    Very good question.

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    1984 here we come
    I am not sure maybe maybe not they are tiny and in dogs they are just injected in with a needle I think I should have one so when I get lost I an just ring up someone and they can locate me

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    Hee hee, I might pop a dog collar and tags on them .

    No, seriously, I can see the appeal, but no, wouldn't do it. I wonder in the future what we will have though, I mean you can now find your friends pretty instantly with a mobile phone, no more waiting around wondering where people are when they are late.

    Perhaps some sort of monitoring device for our children will one day become commonplace???

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    Quote Originally Posted by lukaelmo View Post
    Perhaps some sort of monitoring device for our children will one day become commonplace???
    DH says he is going to buy a watch for DD when shes older with a tracking device built into it, or put one in her shoe or something....apparently they have been around for years but are very expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natasha View Post
    DH says he is going to buy a watch for DD when shes older with a tracking device built into it, or put one in her shoe or something....apparently they have been around for years but are very expensive.
    Yes, and there are those monitoring devices for criminals when they are let out of jail. I know they exist, it's just that people don't really use them, do they?

    By commonplace, I mean that people won't think twice about using them, just like kids are running around with mobiles today. I certainly didn't have one when I was a young'un all those looong years ago .

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    I don't think i would.


 

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