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Including webcams, phones, etc, I own X cameras:

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X = 1
  2623 votes / 7%
X = 2 -3
  11726 votes / 33%
X = 4-7
  13083 votes / 37%
X = 7-10
  3421 votes / 9%
X = More than 10
  2799 votes / 8%
Nary a one!
  1031 votes / 2%
34683 total votes.
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  • Don't complain about lack of options. You've got to pick a few when you do multiple choice. Those are the breaks.
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Including webcams, phones, etc, I own X cameras:

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  • by bughunter (10093) <bughunter@earthlink. n e t> on Saturday May 28, 2011 @03:43PM (#36275224) Journal

    What are you talking about?

    He (or she?) is talking about preferring his phone not have a camera, and wishing there were at least one option available to him that is not a cheap POS. Why is that so incomprehensible?

    Clearly, you've never worked in a place that doesn't allow cameras past the lobby, any cameras.

    From his screen name, I'd hazard a guess that he works for a defense contractor or military installation, where they forbid devices with cameras, especially from visitors. I recently worked at one that would allow employees to carry their phones with cameras, but using one to take a photo on the premises -any photo at all- was a serious breach of security policy resulting in disciplinary action. Visitors were not permitted to bring any kind of camera past the lobby.

    But he could alternately work at or visit movie sets, a high-tech lab or factory, a courtroom, any of myriad intelligence agencies, or the places where they brew Coke, season the Colonel's Chicken, or mix up McDonald's secret sauce.

    Just because you can't understand someone else's opinion doesn't make their opinions invalid, or even arbitrary.

"If that makes any sense to you, you have a big problem." -- C. Durance, Computer Science 234

 



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