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Think about it. You can change all the information about yourself on Facebook. Your name, your age, anything that could be used for ID. So tell me how Facebook should be a valid form of ID again.

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I don't think Facebook as an ID would work, but a virtual wallet maybe. For my imaginative example, say you can register at the DMV (bring SSN cards, birth certificates, etc.) and for a fee of like $30 a year and a onetime fingerprint scan/registration you're set up (your fingerprint is linked with your ID). So when bars or a cop asks you for ID, all they got to do is scan ya! ... I've got other ideas with this, but I think I need a patent first! ;)

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29 you're bout the hundredth person to tell me put a shirt on (I got no problem with people telling me put a shirt on, I actually find it really funny when people do) 114 I'm actually 18 O and I have no clue why I made that first comment. But I most definitely deserve to be called a idiot for it.

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Yes, but the other idea's I have not shared are mine and mine only (I'm sure that fingerprint scan idea has already been thought of anyway). . . And I knew in saying that "I need a patent first", that someone was going to be a smart ass and point out that I have shared it with others. I am not literally going to patent that idea, I was just playing around.

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Because I felt like sharing my thoughts, that's why. I know you were just informing, and I hope you know I was playfully sharing my ideas. So, since you can't hear the "tone in my voice" I'm letting you know I'm not being rude. Can't assume anything through messages that are typed.

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That's ridiculous! I was on my way back to America from Mexico about a week ago, and the border patrol stopped me and asked me for my ID. I'm assuming that 'waving your hands in the air and pretending that your paperwork is now visible' is not an acceptable form of submission! They also didn't appreciate the silence... But hey, I guess I won't need a change of clothing for where I'm going, as I'm already in black and white stripes.

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When I was returning to America from France, I tried to use a greencard from apples to apples... Didn't work, but I guess I really am 'imported'...

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I'm sorry, but I kind of have to agree after reading hundreds of posts from parents when their teenagers fail to grasp simple real world concepts, you kind of start wondering what parents are not informing their kids. I'm not saying it's an end all be all and that young adults should come out of the box with all worldly knowledge they need. But this example is pretty ridiculous.

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And I thought my generation was bad! Holy shit was I wrong. I realize now that I had not the slightest idea of "bad". I feel our grandparents' pain from being laughed at for not accepting technology. It must have been even scarier for them. Hopefully there's some kind of light at the end of the tunnel.

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Hey know-all previous generation: YOUR inventions and lack of discipline are what make us who we are. Don't blame us for not knowing differently, you fucked us up since day one.

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You know, I see your point, but it's kids like her who mess up our reputation. I can honestly say I don't know many people that stupid, and I myself, growing up in this generation as a straight A student, am not near that stupid.

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I like to look at the bright side. while the successful people are out working. The kids that need to be punched for how dumb they are, will be handling the food they order in the drive thru. win win.

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204 - I completely agree. Sometimes I feel like I'm smarter than most people in my school. I hate being labeled for my age though. Just because we're teenagers doesnt mean we're complete idiots who don't understand anything -__-

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Hey 183- It was a joke. Sarcasm. Geez.. People say I need to lighten up and learn to joke a bit. But when I do, I get thumbs down and not-the-nicest comments. It's a catch 22 I guess.. I'm damned if I do. I'm damned if I don't.

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Girls do it when they're self conscious of their smile and wish to look "cute". It's not hard to do duck lips, so they become more secure when doing so instead of smiling. Also, they see other girls doing it and feel more confident when duck lipping. Basically it's a loop of stupidity influencing more stupid people.

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Really, 32? Thanks for your point of view, I actually do wonder why girls do it. My teeth are horribly messed up, they're all pretty much in a tooth orgy (all on top of each other) and I think showing my ugly teeth is better than creating pre-mature lip wrinkles. I'm probably just weird.

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I would like to add that to me, it seems like a less obvious alternative to sucking in your cheeks. A rather sad attempt at accentuating the cheeks and looking pouty and "sexy". I wish I hadn't googled duck face. The second picture made my brain cry. I am sending a cleanup crew of neurons at the flood site as we speak.

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