I guess it doesn't matter. Every time I buy groceries, I have to scan my little card and it sends a list of everything I buy to my file in their data base.
Every time I try to find a product on line, or look at a page that sells things, Google captures that and uses it to sell adds that pop up on my internet browser.
So I guess being able to buy a list of every web page I look at is not that traumatic. Unless, of course, we get a Democratic totalitarian regime in control again, and that could be very unpleasant for people like me.
Things continue to get more interesting with the Islamic invasion. The courts, filled with Obama appointees, have been able to throw a wooden shoe into the works with attempts to stop terrorists from filtering into the county. MSM continues to assure everyone that Moslems are all nice people and terrorists are just an aberration, a minuscule microcosm of Islam. But the attacks keep happening, and the dead victims and their families are not consoled by these laudatory paeans to Islam.
This old guy must live in a hidden bunker somewhere, as he lives in England where saying what he says can get you thrown in jail. If not murdered by Moslems, who have already overrun English cities in some parts of the country. What he says makes sense. I'd send him a pistol if he could own one,but of course, he can't.
He's sure right about the increase in random Islamic attacks, and the same is true here. How about the poor fellow from Utah who took his wife on a trip to England they'd dreamed of for years. The last terrorist attack there killed him and crippled his wife. If your number is up, it's up. But the odds are getting better and better of Islamic terror actually touching us or people we care about. And when it does, it will be news for one day, and then everybody will forget it except the people who lost someone.
We're off to town for a bit. We need to go by the bank, the post office, the library, the grocery store, and the hardware store. Should be an exciting day. I'm going to stop by the mill on the way and ask them about eating corn meal made from corn sold at feed stores. The miller should have an opinion on that. If it turns out that eating corn mill from animal feed stocks is bad, then I probably will quit doing it, though I imagine I already glow in the dark by now if it is.