questionsdo you still keep pictures in your wallet?

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I don't have any pictures in my wallet, I did when my daughter was born, but I'm pretty violent with my wallets. On my phone however, lots, and access to all of mine on my computer at home. I remember when I used to have 10+ or so all the time...

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What's a wallet? I have a credit card with a picture on it. Does that count?

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My wallet doesn't have room for pics. It's kind of a mix between a wallet and a money clip, no room for pictures. I would probably carry pics around if I had room.

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I have a little "brag book" that I carry in my purse. It's a little 3x4 photo album printed at MyPublisher.com

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A couple small ones of my girls.

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yes

It is actually a pretty good idea to still carry one or two pictures of your kids with you, especially if they become lost. You can share a picture with someone on a phone, maybe, but a printed photograph can be handed to a police officer in a second.

The local school makes a photograph card that has important information (details) for the wallet.

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@ecriscit: but a digital picture can be emailed to anyone, shared on facebook, uploaded to any host of picture sharing sites for the entire Intrnet to see.

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Just a goofy drivers license photo.

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I have a very small pic out of a photo booth of me and my Mom in the slot where my drivers license goes, and that is it. I used to carry a photo of my husband and I but not in my wallet, it was in a card carrier I had.

My husband used to crack me up because he used to keep a picture of our dog in his wallet. He loved that dog more than anything!

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no but I keep fortune cookie fortunes under my ID

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No room for photos. Just a little flipbook of car insurance, health insurance, work ID, etc. I use the little album insert, but just not for photos. Photos get ruined too quickly anyway in there.

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@j5: I do not disagree with what you are saying, but your statement assumes that the officer or people responding have the ability to accept your digital image at that time. some departments and agencies have various work rules regarding the use, transmittal, and distribution of digital photos. Not all agencies/departments have the technology available to them to accept that picture at that time. If they have to return to the station/precinct/barracks to access the equipment necessary to do that, it wastes needed time. remember this, governmental equipment is normally 2-4 years behind the current technology usually (mainly due to governmental rules regarding bids/procurement).

Time is of the essence .

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@ecriscit: Well, next time my cop buddies are showing me nekkid lady pictures on their smart phones, ill ask if they are allowed to accept missing persons pics also. :)

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