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Old October 2nd, 2009, 02:25 AM posted to rec.sport.pro-wrestling,alt.drugs.hard,alt.support.ocd,alt.abortion,rec.travel.cruises
Rob Cypher
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Default Stealing a laptop Advice needed

On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 18:19:58 -0700 (PDT), "dr. Baf" wrote:

I suffer from SEVERE depression and so can't work. I need a laptop
computer. I went to steal one from the shop we have here in the USA
called Electronics City and I became very disheartened. This is
because the
laptop was attached to a kind of cable and it also seemed to have some
kind of alarm system attached to it's USB slot. Anyone here be kind
enough to tell me of a way you've figured around this security
system?

On a side note, If I do manage to somehow get the laptop free from the
damn wires, how do I get them past the electronic tags they have at
the exits? I mean, if i carry the laptop over my head, above the
height of the electronic scanners, or even if I pass the laptop on the
side of the electronic tags away from the door (in the gap between
the electronic sensor and the rest of the store), will the alarms
still go off? What I'm trying to say is, do the electric scanners at
the exists have 360 degree coverage, or is the coverage only between
the gaps between the 2 sensors?

Finally, if stealing from the electric store is too hard, can anyone
here be kind enough to tell me of an easier way to scam a free
laptop? Thanks and bye friends.


Ask your local police officers - they would be able to tell you.
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Old October 2nd, 2009, 03:17 AM posted to rec.sport.pro-wrestling,alt.drugs.hard,alt.support.ocd,alt.abortion,rec.travel.cruises
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"Rob Cypher" wrote in message
...
On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 18:19:58 -0700 (PDT), "dr. Baf"
wrote:

I suffer from SEVERE depression and so can't work. I need a laptop
computer. I went to steal one from the shop we have here in the USA
called Electronics City and I became very disheartened. This is
because the
laptop was attached to a kind of cable and it also seemed to have some
kind of alarm system attached to it's USB slot. Anyone here be kind
enough to tell me of a way you've figured around this security
system?

On a side note, If I do manage to somehow get the laptop free from the
damn wires, how do I get them past the electronic tags they have at
the exits? I mean, if i carry the laptop over my head, above the
height of the electronic scanners, or even if I pass the laptop on the
side of the electronic tags away from the door (in the gap between
the electronic sensor and the rest of the store), will the alarms
still go off? What I'm trying to say is, do the electric scanners at
the exists have 360 degree coverage, or is the coverage only between
the gaps between the 2 sensors?

Finally, if stealing from the electric store is too hard, can anyone
here be kind enough to tell me of an easier way to scam a free
laptop? Thanks and bye friends.


Ask your local police officers - they would be able to tell you.
--


Hi, Rob. I hope you overdose like Chris Farley.


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Old October 2nd, 2009, 05:30 AM posted to rec.sport.pro-wrestling,alt.drugs.hard,alt.support.ocd,alt.abortion,rec.travel.cruises
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Default Stealing a laptop Advice needed

On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 22:17:31 -0400, "Orson Wells as CitizenCain"
wrote:


"Rob Cypher" wrote in message
.. .
On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 18:19:58 -0700 (PDT), "dr. Baf"
wrote:

I suffer from SEVERE depression and so can't work. I need a laptop
computer. I went to steal one from the shop we have here in the USA
called Electronics City and I became very disheartened. This is
because the
laptop was attached to a kind of cable and it also seemed to have some
kind of alarm system attached to it's USB slot. Anyone here be kind
enough to tell me of a way you've figured around this security
system?

On a side note, If I do manage to somehow get the laptop free from the
damn wires, how do I get them past the electronic tags they have at
the exits? I mean, if i carry the laptop over my head, above the
height of the electronic scanners, or even if I pass the laptop on the
side of the electronic tags away from the door (in the gap between
the electronic sensor and the rest of the store), will the alarms
still go off? What I'm trying to say is, do the electric scanners at
the exists have 360 degree coverage, or is the coverage only between
the gaps between the 2 sensors?

Finally, if stealing from the electric store is too hard, can anyone
here be kind enough to tell me of an easier way to scam a free
laptop? Thanks and bye friends.


Ask your local police officers - they would be able to tell you.
--


Hi, Rob. I hope you overdose like Chris Farley.


Hello Alex Cain. I hope Chad piledrives you to hell.
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Old October 2nd, 2009, 08:16 AM posted to rec.sport.pro-wrestling,alt.drugs.hard,alt.support.ocd,alt.abortion,rec.travel.cruises
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Default Stealing a laptop Advice needed

On Oct 2, 5:30*am, Rob Cypher wrote:
On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 22:17:31 -0400, "Orson Wells as CitizenCain"





wrote:

"Rob Cypher" wrote in message
.. .
On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 18:19:58 -0700 (PDT), "dr. Baf"
wrote:


I suffer from SEVERE depression and so can't work. I need a laptop
computer. I went to steal one from the shop we have here in the USA
called Electronics City and I became very disheartened. This is
because the
laptop was attached to a kind of cable and it also seemed to have some
kind of alarm system attached to it's USB slot. Anyone here be kind
enough to tell me of a way you've figured around this security
system?


On a side note, If I do manage to somehow get the laptop free from the
damn wires, how do I get them past the electronic tags they have at
the exits? I mean, if i carry the laptop over my head, above the
height of the electronic scanners, or even if I pass the laptop on the
side of the electronic tags away from the door (in the gap between
the electronic sensor and the rest of the store), will the alarms
still go off? What I'm trying to say is, do the electric scanners at
the exists have 360 degree coverage, or is the coverage only between
the gaps between the 2 sensors?


Finally, if stealing from the electric store is too hard, can anyone
here be kind enough to tell me of an easier way to scam a free
laptop? Thanks and bye friends.


Ask your local police officers - they would be able to tell you.
--


Hi, Rob. I hope you overdose like Chris Farley.


Hello Alex Cain. I hope Chad piledrives you to hell.
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Sign up for a mobile phone at Carphone Warehouse and you get a 'free'
laptop...

Jeff_D
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Old October 2nd, 2009, 08:46 AM posted to rec.sport.pro-wrestling,alt.drugs.hard,alt.support.ocd,alt.abortion,rec.travel.cruises
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"Jeff_D" wrote in message
...
On Oct 2, 5:30 am, Rob Cypher wrote:
On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 22:17:31 -0400, "Orson Wells as CitizenCain"





wrote:

"Rob Cypher" wrote in message
.. .
On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 18:19:58 -0700 (PDT), "dr. Baf"
wrote:


I suffer from SEVERE depression and so can't work. I need a laptop
computer. I went to steal one from the shop we have here in the USA
called Electronics City and I became very disheartened. This is
because the
laptop was attached to a kind of cable and it also seemed to have some
kind of alarm system attached to it's USB slot. Anyone here be kind
enough to tell me of a way you've figured around this security
system?


On a side note, If I do manage to somehow get the laptop free from the
damn wires, how do I get them past the electronic tags they have at
the exits? I mean, if i carry the laptop over my head, above the
height of the electronic scanners, or even if I pass the laptop on the
side of the electronic tags away from the door (in the gap between
the electronic sensor and the rest of the store), will the alarms
still go off? What I'm trying to say is, do the electric scanners at
the exists have 360 degree coverage, or is the coverage only between
the gaps between the 2 sensors?


Finally, if stealing from the electric store is too hard, can anyone
here be kind enough to tell me of an easier way to scam a free
laptop? Thanks and bye friends.


Ask your local police officers - they would be able to tell you.
--


Hi, Rob. I hope you overdose like Chris Farley.


Hello Alex Cain. I hope Chad piledrives you to hell.
--
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Cypherhttp://robcypher.livejournal.comhttp://www.myspace.com/robcyphercollectivehttp://www.facebook.com/robcypherhttp://www.youtube.com/robcypherhttp://www.twitter.com/robcypher

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TV Reviews:http://apps.facebook.com/livingsocia...ple/1713595594
Video Game
Reviews:http://apps.facebook.com/videogamera...ple/1713595594

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But can you overdose like Chris Farley while being piledriven?


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Old October 5th, 2009, 06:09 PM posted to rec.sport.pro-wrestling,alt.drugs.hard,alt.support.ocd,alt.abortion,rec.travel.cruises
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Default Stealing a laptop Advice needed

On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 18:48:07 -0700, John Sisker wrote:

"Rob Cypher" wrote in message
...
On Thu, 1 Oct 2009 18:19:58 -0700 (PDT), "dr. Baf"
wrote:

I suffer from SEVERE depression and so can't work. I need a laptop
computer. I went to steal one from the shop we have here in the USA
called Electronics City and I became very disheartened. This is
because the
laptop was attached to a kind of cable and it also seemed to have some
kind of alarm system attached to it's USB slot. Anyone here be kind
enough to tell me of a way you've figured around this security
system?

On a side note, If I do manage to somehow get the laptop free from the
damn wires, how do I get them past the electronic tags they have at
the exits? I mean, if i carry the laptop over my head, above the
height of the electronic scanners, or even if I pass the laptop on the
side of the electronic tags away from the door (in the gap between
the electronic sensor and the rest of the store), will the alarms
still go off? What I'm trying to say is, do the electric scanners at
the exists have 360 degree coverage, or is the coverage only between
the gaps between the 2 sensors?

Finally, if stealing from the electric store is too hard, can anyone
here be kind enough to tell me of an easier way to scam a free
laptop? Thanks and bye friends.


Ask your local police officers - they would be able to tell you.
--
Rob Cypher


Go directly to Jail! Do not pass Go! Do not collect $200.


Typical of You John supporting theives.

sue
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Old October 5th, 2009, 07:30 PM posted to rec.sport.pro-wrestling,alt.drugs.hard,alt.support.ocd,alt.abortion,rec.travel.cruises
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John Sisker wrote:
"Sue Mullen" wrote in message
...

Go directly to Jail! Do not pass Go! Do not collect $200.


Typical of You John supporting theives.

sue



My words support thieves? I think not!


John, again that was not me.

sue
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Old October 5th, 2009, 07:37 PM posted to rec.travel.cruises
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On Mon, 5 Oct 2009 10:44:16 -0700, "John Sisker"
wrote:

My words support thieves? I think not!

John


Hi John,

You are so gullible.
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Old October 5th, 2009, 09:26 PM posted to rec.travel.cruises
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Ray Goldenberg wrote:
On Mon, 5 Oct 2009 10:44:16 -0700, "John Sisker"
wrote:

My words support thieves? I think not!

John


Hi John,

You are so gullible.
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how wonderful the past days have been with no Ray Googleberg
spamvertising) is an attack on John Sisker.

Tell us again, people of .rtc, just how wonderful this spamvertising
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SPAM sites for his SPAMvertising.

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Old October 5th, 2009, 09:33 PM posted to rec.travel.cruises
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On Mon, 05 Oct 2009 15:26:57 -0500, Borked Psuedo Mailed
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Goggleberg's first post since returning from his multiday absence (oh
how wonderful the past days have been with no Ray Googleberg
spamvertising) is an attack on John Sisker.


Hi Chrissy,

It was not my first post since returning from Ireland. I see you are
forging Sue's name to attempt to stir up the group and only got John
to fall for it. I guess you can now go back to posting fake death
notices to try and start up something.
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