Yes I Sure Agree With EREBUS..It Could Have Call The Police Programmed On It,Once The Alarm Sounds Off.And Kids Lose There Cell Phones Alot.Or Leave There Cell Phones At Friends.This They Won't Lose Because They Are Wearing It.
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So in theory, you could have long sleeve shirt garment, that you could change from white with pin stripes and faux collar, for a formal board level meeting, to a black crew, for a casual day at the office. The only thing you won't be able to change will be the orange spaghetti sauce stains on the shirt from lunch. Of course you could create a wallpaper spaghetti stain pattern so it looks normal. You could even throw in some artistic noodles if you wanted to. A shirt with spaghetti sauce sploteches and noodles patterned on it. I'm getting hungry just thinking about it.
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