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  • federale86
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    Foretuneately me and fellow patriots destroy said water stations. Drink sand illegals.

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  • whknapp
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    Phone points illegal border crossers to water

    The Associated Press

    Tucson, Arizona | Published: 12.29.2009

    SAN DIEGO — Some California artists want immigrants to have more than just a few tuna cans and a water jug for their illegal trek into the U.S.

    Faculty at University of California, San Diego are developing a GPS-enabled cell phone that tells dehydrated migrants where to find water. The phone also pipes in poetry from speakers, regaling them on their journey much like Emma Lazarus did a century ago to the “huddled masses yearning to breathe free” on Ellis Island.

    Immigration hardliners say the phone designers may aid illegal entry. Even migrants and their sympathizers question whether the device will make their journeys easier.

    The designers include three visual artists from UC San Diego and a professor from the University of Michigan. They hope to have the phone ready by midsummer.

    http://www.azstarnet.com/sn/hourlyupdate/323096.php

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    Phone points illegal border crossers to water

    Phone points illegal border crossers to water

    The Associated Press

    Tucson, Arizona | Published: 12.29.2009

    SAN DIEGO — Some California artists want immigrants to have more than just a few tuna cans and a water jug for their illegal trek into the U.S.

    Faculty at University of California, San Diego are developing a GPS-enabled cell phone that tells dehydrated migrants where to find water. The phone also pipes in poetry from speakers, regaling them on their journey much like Emma Lazarus did a century ago to the “huddled masses yearning to breathe free” on Ellis Island.

    Immigration hardliners say the phone designers may aid illegal entry. Even migrants and their sympathizers question whether the device will make their journeys easier.

    The designers include three visual artists from UC San Diego and a professor from the University of Michigan. They hope to have the phone ready by midsummer.

    http://www.azstarnet.com/sn/hourlyupdate/323096.php
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