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When I say I was playing at Tommy's house, I would drop off the GPS locator in his yard and head out for some real fun.
I'm sure stalkers everywhere can't wait!
So they can't leave it at Tommy's house. I wish I had this a few years ago when my teenage step-daughter was never where she said she was. She's so smart! She's working a dead end job trying to raise the baby her and her now ex-boyfriend wanted so much.
I can only imagine the misuse of this item.
I'm a grown up. I don't think I would have survived my childhood if my parents knew everywhere I was during each second of every day. I would have been beat.....hard!
Could this thing be used on wayward pets too? Just curious.
Is this really necessary?? Talk about helicopter parenting!
Track any hot babe that walk out of a bar, apartment store or place of work! A littel duct tape under the carriage of her car and you are an instant stocker! I DO NOT CONDONE THIS ABUSE...JUST POINTING OUT HOW DANGEROUS IT CAN BE FOR PUBLIC SAFETY!!
Talk about infringement of one's freedom. The next thing you know the govt is going to be requiring all citizens to have one of these.
I think I need to check my softball bag as my wife will likely plant one in there to ensure I leave the bar on time to head home. Ugh.
I think there will be alot of sales to curious spouses.
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