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On the first MobileTechRoundup Podcast Dave Ciccone, Kevin Tofel and I discussed what mobile gadgets we carry around every day to make our life and work easier. A reporter in Argentina asked President Bush what he was carrying around in his pockets and the answer points […]

On the first MobileTechRoundup Podcast Dave Ciccone, Kevin Tofel and I discussed what mobile gadgets we carry around every day to make our life and work easier. A reporter in Argentina asked President Bush what he was carrying around in his pockets and the answer points to the ultimate mobile arsenal. Bush’s reply- nothing. He only had a handkerchief in his pockets. The ultimate mobile toolkit? A private jet and an entourage of dozens to do everything for you. Nice gig if you can get it.

(via CNN)

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  1. lol–I was shocked at this –

    “A reporter in Argentina asked President Bush what he was carrying around in his pockets and the answer points to the ultimate mobile arsenal.”

    till I read the next sentence!

    Where’s your syntax, people?

  2. When you have a 747 with military, civilian and other communication systems, many computers, a plasma TV and all of the niceties, what need do you have for stuff in your pockets.

  3. Well, he is wearing a Timex though…and the homing chip (RFID, GPS, GSM) that is probably implanted somewhere in him or his clothes.

    I think too, if you have an SS agent carrying the nuclear football with him that that agent is also carrying the rest of his loot.

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