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kq4ym
kq4ym
8/18/2016 | 1:25:49 PM
Re: Mobile-blocking drunkenness
I'm trying to imagine the Faraday cage reportedly put in the bar (or around it?) That would be quite a lot of metal and construction to acheive a real blocking of electronic signals. I would suppose the truth may be they used some electronic devices to more easily block signals although that should be pretty much illegal in most jurisdictions?
PaulERainford
PaulERainford
8/8/2016 | 4:51:29 AM
Re: Mobile-blocking drunkenness
Haven't you ever watched Cheers Eryn? In case of emergency, the caller rings the bartender, who then puts his hand over the mouthpiece and shouts out the appropriate drinker's name. And then about ten seconds later he/she cracks a couple of decent gags. Easy!
ErynLeavens
ErynLeavens
8/5/2016 | 1:13:54 PM
Mobile-blocking drunkenness
This mobile signal-blocking bar is pretty great. I wonder what the patron response is though? I would be worried about missing an emergency if I couldn't be reached at all. If only calls could come through but you couldn't access the Internet. Some sort of halfway point.


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