Ret. General Tommy Franks wants to help you track your teen

Susan Mernit
S. Mernit|12.10.04

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Susan Mernit
December 10, 2004 1:01 PM
Ret. General Tommy Franks wants to help you track your teen image
Ret. General Tommy Franks wants to help you track your teen image

franksYo, General, where's my kid? Just in case answering to Mom and Dad isn't scary enough for a teen with the family car, Retired General Tommy Franks, who helped direct the invasion of Iraq, has signed on to be the spokesman for Teens Arrive Alive, an organization that wants teens to carry a GPS-equipped cell phone while motoring so parents can keep tabs on their location and speed.  It's great to know Franks considers the safety of America's teens so important he's willing to be paid large sums of money to shill something like this to their folks.

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