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Post  Susan on Fri 31 Oct - 13:23

http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/local-business/Gadget-gives-parents-holiday-peace.4643048.jp

AN enterprising duo are to rent out child tracking devices and satellite navigation systems to holidaymakers at an airport. Friends David Molloy and Tony Waite, both born and raised in Halifax, have set up Stressless Journeys Ltd.

Stress free… Where do we sign for our bottle of Calpol/gin/valium?

Inside every tragedy there’s a marketing opportunity waiting to get out. Just ask Jennifer Hudson…

To Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport, where Dave and Tone are spreading the fear, and making a handy profit…

David said: “This brings piece of mind. It sets a virtual boundary for your kids. You are immediately alerted – when it starts bleeping they need to come back. We’re aiming at the travel market so the natural step was to go to an airport.”

If only…

He said the case of missing toddler Madeleine McCann had increased parents’ fears about their children’s safety while abroad and this was the ideal solution.

Kerching!!!



Another tiny step towards microchipping the children.

But, suppose, just suppose, that MM was abducted. At 50 m from the apartment the alarm sounds.
KM leaves the table and walks, or runs, the 100 metres from the Tapas bar to the apartment and finds… That MM is not there. And then runs back to the tapas bar to get help.

How is that an improvement on the current situation ?
Why would you pay money for such a device ?

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Post  Susan on Fri 31 Oct - 13:25

The comments on Anorak are great


Actually Peter Mac in this case, it was the parents who should have been tagged so that when they strayed too far away from unattended babies their head exploded like in that Arnie movie

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Post  Guest on Fri 31 Oct - 15:53

Ambersuz wrote:The comments on Anorak are great


Actually Peter Mac in this case, it was the parents who should have been tagged so that when they strayed too far away from unattended babies their head exploded like in that Arnie movie


excellent.
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Post  Guest on Fri 31 Oct - 22:07

Am I not understanding something here????

DON'T LET YOUR CHILDREN WANDER OFF OR LEAVE THEM UNATTEBDED THEN YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE PEACE OF FECKING MIND!!!!

Stupid people!! :Silly me:
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Post  Guest on Sat 1 Nov - 18:18

Ambersuz wrote:The comments on Anorak are great


Actually Peter Mac in this case, it was the parents who should have been tagged so that when they strayed too far away from unattended babies their head exploded like in that Arnie movie

:risas:
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Post  Guest on Sat 1 Nov - 19:41

Ambersuz wrote:http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/local-business/Gadget-gives-parents-holiday-peace.4643048.jp

AN enterprising duo are to rent out child tracking devices and satellite navigation systems to holidaymakers at an airport. Friends David Molloy and Tony Waite, both born and raised in Halifax, have set up Stressless Journeys Ltd.

Stress free… Where do we sign for our bottle of Calpol/gin/valium?

Inside every tragedy there’s a marketing opportunity waiting to get out. Just ask Jennifer Hudson…

To Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport, where Dave and Tone are spreading the fear, and making a handy profit…

David said: “This brings piece of mind. It sets a virtual boundary for your kids. You are immediately alerted – when it starts bleeping they need to come back. We’re aiming at the travel market so the natural step was to go to an airport.”

If only…

He said the case of missing toddler Madeleine McCann had increased parents’ fears about their children’s safety while abroad and this was the ideal solution.

Kerching!!!



Another tiny step towards microchipping the children.

But, suppose, just suppose, that MM was abducted. At 50 m from the apartment the alarm sounds.
KM leaves the table and walks, or runs, the 100 metres from the Tapas bar to the apartment and finds… That MM is not there. And then runs back to the tapas bar to get help.

How is that an improvement on the current situation ?
Why would you pay money for such a device ?

this is another product using the madeleine name just to sell their wares but dt bother stating the obvious. they dont mention that children should in no way be left alone every night or it doesnt work.
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Post  Guest on Sun 2 Nov - 7:31

StGerald wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/local-business/Gadget-gives-parents-holiday-peace.4643048.jp

AN enterprising duo are to rent out child tracking devices and satellite navigation systems to holidaymakers at an airport. Friends David Molloy and Tony Waite, both born and raised in Halifax, have set up Stressless Journeys Ltd.

Stress free… Where do we sign for our bottle of Calpol/gin/valium?

Inside every tragedy there’s a marketing opportunity waiting to get out. Just ask Jennifer Hudson…

To Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport, where Dave and Tone are spreading the fear, and making a handy profit…

David said: “This brings piece of mind. It sets a virtual boundary for your kids. You are immediately alerted – when it starts bleeping they need to come back. We’re aiming at the travel market so the natural step was to go to an airport.”

If only…

He said the case of missing toddler Madeleine McCann had increased parents’ fears about their children’s safety while abroad and this was the ideal solution.

Kerching!!!



Another tiny step towards microchipping the children.

But, suppose, just suppose, that MM was abducted. At 50 m from the apartment the alarm sounds.
KM leaves the table and walks, or runs, the 100 metres from the Tapas bar to the apartment and finds… That MM is not there. And then runs back to the tapas bar to get help.

How is that an improvement on the current situation ?
Why would you pay money for such a device ?

this is another product using the madeleine name just to sell their wares but dt bother stating the obvious. they dont mention that children should in no way be left alone every night or it doesnt work.

Would it work if they fell into a pool?
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Post  Guest on Sun 2 Nov - 7:46

It just doesnt make sense at all, between you and that 50 metres anything could happen ............. like someone else said ok it bleeps and you go off to look in one direction OOOOPPPPPSS wrong direction by the time you get there something could have happened anyway ? It still doesnt stop your child hurting themselves when left alone etc





I remember when my daughter was young and I just had to buy her a mobile phone so I always knew where she was YEAHHHHH right! She used to say yeah mum I am at such and such a place, NOOO she wasnt and I didnt know where she was at all. Alls it did was create a huge social life for her and I still worried where she was.

OHH and if she was late home she would switch it off or not answer it anway
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Post  Guest on Sun 2 Nov - 7:47

MsTaken wrote:
StGerald wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/local-business/Gadget-gives-parents-holiday-peace.4643048.jp

AN enterprising duo are to rent out child tracking devices and satellite navigation systems to holidaymakers at an airport. Friends David Molloy and Tony Waite, both born and raised in Halifax, have set up Stressless Journeys Ltd.

Stress free… Where do we sign for our bottle of Calpol/gin/valium?

Inside every tragedy there’s a marketing opportunity waiting to get out. Just ask Jennifer Hudson…

To Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport, where Dave and Tone are spreading the fear, and making a handy profit…

David said: “This brings piece of mind. It sets a virtual boundary for your kids. You are immediately alerted – when it starts bleeping they need to come back. We’re aiming at the travel market so the natural step was to go to an airport.”

If only…

He said the case of missing toddler Madeleine McCann had increased parents’ fears about their children’s safety while abroad and this was the ideal solution.

Kerching!!!



Another tiny step towards microchipping the children.

But, suppose, just suppose, that MM was abducted. At 50 m from the apartment the alarm sounds.
KM leaves the table and walks, or runs, the 100 metres from the Tapas bar to the apartment and finds… That MM is not there. And then runs back to the tapas bar to get help.

How is that an improvement on the current situation ?
Why would you pay money for such a device ?

this is another product using the madeleine name just to sell their wares but dt bother stating the obvious. they dont mention that children should in no way be left alone every night or it doesnt work.

Would it work if they fell into a pool?

Only if the pool was either 50 metres long or deep
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Post  Guest on Sun 2 Nov - 8:09

Melanie wrote:
MsTaken wrote:
StGerald wrote:
Ambersuz wrote:http://www.halifaxcourier.co.uk/local-business/Gadget-gives-parents-holiday-peace.4643048.jp

AN enterprising duo are to rent out child tracking devices and satellite navigation systems to holidaymakers at an airport. Friends David Molloy and Tony Waite, both born and raised in Halifax, have set up Stressless Journeys Ltd.

Stress free… Where do we sign for our bottle of Calpol/gin/valium?

Inside every tragedy there’s a marketing opportunity waiting to get out. Just ask Jennifer Hudson…

To Liverpool’s John Lennon Airport, where Dave and Tone are spreading the fear, and making a handy profit…

David said: “This brings piece of mind. It sets a virtual boundary for your kids. You are immediately alerted – when it starts bleeping they need to come back. We’re aiming at the travel market so the natural step was to go to an airport.”

If only…

He said the case of missing toddler Madeleine McCann had increased parents’ fears about their children’s safety while abroad and this was the ideal solution.

Kerching!!!



Another tiny step towards microchipping the children.

But, suppose, just suppose, that MM was abducted. At 50 m from the apartment the alarm sounds.
KM leaves the table and walks, or runs, the 100 metres from the Tapas bar to the apartment and finds… That MM is not there. And then runs back to the tapas bar to get help.

How is that an improvement on the current situation ?
Why would you pay money for such a device ?

this is another product using the madeleine name just to sell their wares but dt bother stating the obvious. they dont mention that children should in no way be left alone every night or it doesnt work.

Would it work if they fell into a pool?

Only if the pool was either 50 metres long or deep

And only if it is waterproof
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Post  Guest on Sun 2 Nov - 8:20

It sounds as useful as those burglar alarms that used to go off for hours on end and nobody paid a blind bit of notice of them.

No self respecting abductor is going to stop the car and dump his prey because some device starts bleeping. He is more likely to chuck the device out of the car window.

Aren't the McCanns furious about these people making money out of Madeleine?
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Post  Guest on Sun 2 Nov - 8:32

justagrannynow wrote:It sounds as useful as those burglar alarms that used to go off for hours on end and nobody paid a blind bit of notice of them.

No self respecting abductor is going to stop the car and dump his prey because some device starts bleeping. He is more likely to chuck the device out of the car window.

Aren't the McCanns furious about these people making money out of Madeleine?

Well the cynic in me wonders if somewhere along the lines they are involved? I mean Brian Kennedy lives up north as does these two guys it wouldnt surprise me if he didnt give them backing
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Post  Guest on Sun 2 Nov - 9:50

justagrannynow wrote:It sounds as useful as those burglar alarms that used to go off for hours on end and nobody paid a blind bit of notice of them.

No self respecting abductor is going to stop the car and dump his prey because some device starts bleeping. He is more likely to chuck the device out of the car window.

Aren't the McCanns furious about these people making money out of Madeleine?

not as long as they dont mention their involvement.
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