Blog note, Denver

Free government cell phones available in Denver

These pictures come from the intersection of Lincoln and Colfax, literally “in the shadow” of the state capitol if the sun was out.  Are these the much-discussed “ObamaPhones?”  Don’t know.

I did stand in line for about 5 minutes to see what I would need to qualify, but the line wasn’t moving.

But just as a reminder, there is no such thing as a free lunch…or a free cell phone.

Coming soon to a busy intersection near you, free government cell phones.  (That certainly makes NSA data gathering a lot easier, eh?)














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