1996-09-22 - Re: DL in exchange for fingerprint

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From: “<pstira@escape.com>” <pstira@escape.com>
To: Jeff Barber <jeffb@issl.atl.hp.com>
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Message ID: <Pine.BSI.3.91.960922003819.10846A-100000@escape.com>
Reply To: <199609191223.IAA13606@jafar.issl.atl.hp.com>
UTC Datetime: 1996-09-22 07:07:52 UTC
Raw Date: Sun, 22 Sep 1996 15:07:52 +0800

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From: "<pstira@escape.com>" <pstira@escape.com>
Date: Sun, 22 Sep 1996 15:07:52 +0800
To: Jeff Barber <jeffb@issl.atl.hp.com>
Subject: Re: DL in exchange for fingerprint
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On Thu, 19 Sep 1996, Jeff Barber wrote:

> Oh joy.  You no longer need to be arrested to get fingerprinted
> in Georgia.  On the front page of Wednesday's Atlanta Journal, under
> the headline "Now you can get driver's license in minutes":
> Just what I would have called it: a great idea.  Is it true that 31
> other states take your fingerprint as part of the license application?
> I feel sick.

I know for sure Hawai'i does -- and not just for licenses.  They take em 
for civil ID's too -- and are incredibly bitchy about forms of ID.