"If the police arrest you, do they need a warrant to rifle through your cellphone? Courts have been split on the question. Last week the Obama administration asked the Supreme Court to resolve the issue and rule that the Fourth Amendment allows warrantless cellphone searches."
As an ancient, I am not a technophobe. I just didn't grow up with the technology stuck to my ass. I can do math without a calculator, and can write in complete sentences. I know what pen and paper are for.
Oh, I also grew up with a modicum of manners that the younger generations seem to have not been taught.
I still find one unnamed person's contributions to this forum entertaining, informative, and a chance to try and educate them. I admit that some people refuse to be educated, and it's like talking to a wall.
But no offense.
Damn - it was pointed out that poor Molly has been deleted. I looked at her posts and got enjoyment, like the laugh riot I have every time I listen to a political show on TV, or any of talk radio. Ya wanna scream, but, dang, it it entertaining.
Oh well, so much for the cheap thrills. Buh-bye Molly!This message has been edited. Last edited by: MDK27,
Posts: 218 | Location: The Border | Registered: April 08, 2011
Originally posted by JohnR: Or, one could simply lead a law-abiding life and not worry about such things.
Because there's nothing legal that could be on your phone that a cop might take offense to, right? It wasn't that long ago that I spent my one and only night in jail. For being a "nig**r lover", because a MI trooper didn't like the photo of the young black woman in my wallet.