There are a lot of wacky people in the world. At times it is part of the joy of living, when you run into someone who is willing to give you a five hour mini-seminar on crop-circles or try to explain the universe with the theories of Immanuel Velikovsky. If you have a reasonable sense of the ridiculous and a lot of time on your hands it is a harmless source of entertainment. The problem comes when one persons wackiness intersects with the legislative process.
This is where we are in at least two states, Virginia and Georgia in regards to the forced implantation of micro-chips. Last night Rachel Maddow had a piece about the testimony given by a woman to the legislature.
"Originally posted at Squarestate.net"
She talked about how she should have the right to work without being tortured by her coworkers activating the chip that she claims was installed in her “genital area”, just by the use of electronic devices, such as cell phones.