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[#] Mon Aug 05 2019 09:43:18 EDT from zooer

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Lucky for you, the human body comes with a magnetic card reader and a place to stick the new chip cards. 



[#] Tue Aug 06 2019 11:18:31 EDT from fleeb

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Ah... the shoulder. Everyone knows you put chip cards on your shoulder.

[#] Wed Aug 14 2019 08:37:11 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Is that what that is? I thought it was a skin tag, but it's actually an RFID tag.

[#] Thu Aug 29 2019 15:39:57 EDT from nonservator

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Lol. The first bing result for Xydexx is his Encyclopedia Dramatica entry.



[#] Fri Aug 30 2019 11:01:22 EDT from fleeb

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Hm. For me, it's his Twitter.

[#] Fri Aug 30 2019 11:01:32 EDT from fleeb

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No, wait, I didn't use Bing.

[#] Fri Aug 30 2019 11:36:15 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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DuckDuckGo shows his own web site first, and his Encyclopedia Dramatica entry second ... but the latter seems to be down right now.

[#] Tue Sep 03 2019 23:22:25 EDT from IGnatius T Foobar

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Yowza.  Here's the cached version

[ https://tinyurl.com/xydexxed2019 ]

It's ... eerily familiar.  And a shame, too, because he was genuinely funny back in the day.



[#] Wed Nov 13 2019 17:37:23 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Ok, this one I don't quite understand...

I got the robocall from "my credit card company" and pressed 1.

"Thank you for responding, how are you today?"

Me: "Very good, thank you"

"Fuck you." *click*


I mean yes, that's how I expected the call to *eventually* end, but normally that doesn't happen until after they become aware that I'm deliberately wasting their time.

Does every scammer in India recognize my voice now?

[#] Sun Dec 08 2019 05:35:35 EST from arabella

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Wed Nov 13 2019 05:37:23 PM EST from IGnatius T Foobar

Ok, this one I don't quite understand...

I got the robocall from "my credit card company" and pressed 1.

"Thank you for responding, how are you today?"

Me: "Very good, thank you"

"Fuck you." *click*


I mean yes, that's how I expected the call to *eventually* end, but normally that doesn't happen until after they become aware that I'm deliberately wasting their time.

Does every scammer in India recognize my voice now?

Yes



[#] Tue Dec 17 2019 15:05:44 EST from IGnatius T Foobar

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Actually, I'm now wondering whether the robocalling is done by a separate company from the one that answers the calls. So it's possible that I get called, I hit the button to be transferred to the scammer, and then the scammer has my number on a list of people who are on to them.

The reason I suspect this is because I've now been called by "Hilton/Marriott" five or six different times, and when I press 5 to get my free cruise (funny, I thought Hilton and Marriott were two different companies, and they had hotels) the next thing I hear is Allison Smith (the voice of Asterisk) saying "The number you have dialed is not in service. Goodbye." And that makes me suspect that these particular scammers are just seeing my number and dropping the call, instead of answering the phone and then requesting a bedroom encounter with my sister.

Either that or their predictive dialer is really really bad, and has been making calls faster than they can answer them for several weeks now. But I'd rather believe that they know me.

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