That is, assuming Android's brain dead memory manager keeps the program running in the first place, and doesn't decide to just kill it off for some reason.
Not that I'd do anything like that, of course...
You turn on the music and as you drive all around the country, you get the same music/talk/news whatever.
Thanks to Clear Channel and the like - you already get this for free in your car.
If the aborigine drafted an IQ test, all of Western civilization would presumably flunk it. -- Stanley Garn