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(Some Guy)   Discriminav: the racially discriminating GPS system   ( divider line
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2524 clicks; posted to Geek » on 24 Oct 2006 at 4:47 PM (10 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2006-10-24 02:05:53 PM  
GhettoStar, where can I get a 40 oz and some rock?
2006-10-24 02:20:14 PM  
GPS = Ghetto Positioning System
2006-10-24 02:50:01 PM  
Garmin StreetPirate?
2006-10-24 03:51:17 PM  
What, does it display redlined neighborhoods?
2006-10-24 05:29:23 PM  
And why not link to Gizmondo directly, but to some irrelevant blog that quotes Gizmondo?

/attractive and successful African-American, please
2006-10-24 05:37:06 PM  
funniest thing i've seen all day. great submission!
2006-10-24 06:01:34 PM  
Indians as in "Ghandi-indians" or "casino-owning indians"
2006-10-24 06:43:57 PM  
Reminds me of Patton Oswalt's racist cellphone joke.
2006-10-24 08:56:06 PM  
Uh, yeah... I have flash 9 and it tells me I need flash 8 to see the video.

2006-10-24 10:18:15 PM  
I'll take one. Have one of those people put it in.

*hmmm...good tequila*
2006-10-25 12:45:10 AM  
At 1:05 when the display screen is typing out "Inuits" it types out "Inuq-" first then quickly erases the 'q' for an 'i'.

/got nothin'
2006-10-25 04:29:25 AM  
I'd rather have one that highlights areas by pawn shops, liquor stores, and check cashing places per square mile. That'd be a pretty good indicator of the ghetto regardless of race.
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