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Non Sequitur by Wiley Miller for August 24, 2017

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    awomanonwheels  almost 4 years ago

    Timing is everything

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    Night-Gaunt49  almost 4 years ago

    And Jeffery has a time machine. He can go back and follow Danae and Lucy into the forest.

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    jvo  almost 4 years ago

    OK, she’s turned off her phone. It must have been off all the time. No reason to assume she’s lost. Inform the twitterverse which will be miffed and go follow someone else.

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    Dtroutma  almost 4 years ago

    On a serious note, folks, NEVER TRUST YOU WILL HAVE CELL RECEPTION! We have a place with magnetic anomoly that blanks out all signals, radio and phones won’t work even when you can SEE the repeater site!

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    John Wiley Premium Member almost 4 years ago

    If Danae doesn’t have any signal, pinging her phone won’t help.

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    Egrayjames  almost 4 years ago

    I’ve got a Samsung Galaxy I hardly ever use. Extremely poor service here in northernmost Maine. They built a new tower on top of the hill behind my house just two miles away. That was two years ago and they have yet to install phone equipment on it. Go figure.

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    backyardcowboy  almost 4 years ago

    @EGRAYJAMES That’s because the potatoes will block any signal up there

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    barquester  almost 4 years ago

    Blue Hair is ruining a great cartoonist.

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    s.l  almost 4 years ago

    Haven’t we seen this Moby-tom bit before?

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    david_42  almost 4 years ago

    Punching the OFF button only shuts off the screen, everything else is still running. You have to hold the button down until the ’Power off?" appears to actually shut the phone down.

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    dabugger  almost 4 years ago

    Sane turnoff.

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    Germanshepherds4ever  almost 4 years ago

    IS THIS CREEPY PSYCHO-BRAT AND HER HORSE HALLUCINATION EVER GONG AWAY?

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    Sailor46 USN 65-95  almost 4 years ago

    Android phones, like many smartphones, also use Assisted GPS (AGPS). This allows them to compute satellite position using the network and get the location faster. The Android GPS can also get a location without cell towers. It is common to think that a cell phone can’t get a location without cell service.

    GPS works without anything. The iPhone has a GPS receiver that works without anything else.

    Now turning off the phone would in most cases shut off access to the phone, but based on what we know of Jeffrey’s abilities and the fact that he is probably better the NSA’s abilities he should have no problem finding Danae.

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    Andrew Sleeth Premium Member almost 4 years ago

    This may not stop a sophisticated spy agency. But I think the catch is, it would have to have previously installed the right software in advance … something that mimicked a power-down sequence while keeping the underlying systems running — the same sort of “back door” modification the NSA has already been outted for pressuring some U.S. tech companies to make in their operating systems.

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    robert  almost 4 years ago

    I wrote this more than five hours ago,but was somehow disconnected:Sigh… GPS/GLONASS/Galileo: they are all totally passive. There is NO GPS signal going out from your device, it only listens to the signals broadcast (BROAD-cast!) from the satellites. You can find out remotely where a device is only if the device is connected to a network, such as the GSM or cellphone net or the internet, AND you can connect to it that way AND it allows you to get at its position. Even Jeffrey can’t do it any other way.

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