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mcdevit 25951 9.36336184305859
polly 32502 9.36336184305859
klein 22272 7.11207004445209
hobson 18331 9.36336184305859
blanch 4883 8.95789673495042
foley 14745 8.67021466249864
juli 21151 10.0565090236185
perry 31688 6.79841248559705
casablanc 6804 6.96546657026021
gia 15987 8.67021466249864
beard 4023 7.11207004445209
borain 5273 8.11059887456322
brinkley 5703 8.95789673495042
bandy 3548 8.95789673495042
vera 44467 6.41892286389214
dickinson 10925 8.44707111118443
iman 19245 9.36336184305859
mota 27539 10.0565090236185
watson 45412 7.41745169400327
denis 10587 8.67021466249864
aldo 1134 8.95789673495042 fallai
harry 17563 6.01345775578398
king 22128 4.55117748768617
stan 39459 7.41745169400327
halpern 17304 10.0565090236185
robin 35490 6.18530801271064
vela 44390 10.0565090236185

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RFID Micro-chips and Fashion
9.24.2017
The ad below is from the September 1978 issue of Bazaar Italia.  I think it's supposed to be an advertisement for Carita wine.  When I first saw it, RFID micro-chips immediately came to mind.  I thought, what is the message here?  Is it about controlling women/models?  Get 'em drunk, micro-chip 'em and have your way with 'em.  Whacked ?  No.  RFID technology has been around since the 1930s. (Are security tags infringing upon privacy rights?)  If you scroll down below the advertisement, you'll find a list of names associated with the fashion industry and their RFID micro-chip identification numbers.  I found the numbers and others on an MIT artificial intelligence website.