We traveled west to Carpentersville, Illinois. A man-on-the street here told me he’d just gotten a speeding ticket — in the mail. He said he’d recently been on the interstate and a computerzed surveillance camera and attached radar gun, took his picture and clocked his speed. “Yeah, I was probably speeding,” he said. “But doesn’t, like, someone have to catch you anymore?” Note: This man said with the ticket he got a letter that included an explanation that the average American is filmed by a surveillance camera (grocery store, gas station, bank, interstate…) up to 75 times a day. I asked the man if he’d read George Orwell’s book: “1984” — about “Big Brother” watching.