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  • car vandalized!!!!!!

    what a bunch of stupid motherf******! I went to school at4:00pm and came back 5:30pm...and then I saw my front window broken. Damn theives...
    I read a post about people's carputer getting stolen and thought it wouldn't happen to me......sh**.
    There's a police officer who lives in my complex and he said his car also has been broken into.(he had gunS in his car. )
    Anyway, to those of who had this kind of experience, I truly feel sorry for you..........and myself....

  • #2
    Damn, that realy sucks. Sorry...

    Are cops allowed to leave guns in their cars?
    The question isn't "who is going to let me"; it's "who is going to stop me".

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    • #3
      Damn...that sucks. What did they take?
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      • #4
        They or he or she took the touch screen and whole carputer stuff.....damn. Replacing window costs $179......
        I gonna go and get it fixed first thing in the morning. I also had digital camera and other electronics in my car, but they weren't touched...weird...
        Anyway, the good thing is that I have the HU sitting in my house. I was working on it, so I had to remove it from the car.
        Damn...I wished the window wasn't broken...I am cool with the carputer since I can do it again later. but the window.....different story.....you have to have window, you know...... .....and tint also.....it looks funny not having one window not tinted...
        I just heard that 6 cars were vandalized last night. So 2 undercover cops were patroling in my complex......but it happened to me...

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        • #5
          Put posters around of your carputer saying
          "Mini-nucleic device stolen: very unstable, please return for reward"
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          • #6
            Originally posted by lstrunk:
            <STRONG>Put posters around of your carputer saying
            "Mini-nucleic device stolen: very unstable, please return for reward"</STRONG>
            LOL!!!
            ~m
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            • #7
              I DID IT AND I DONT REGRET IT
              SensitivePsycho

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              • #8
                Originally posted by SensitivePsycho:
                <STRONG>I DID IT AND I DONT REGRET IT</STRONG>
                you better be joking

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                • #9
                  People who vandalize cars are just completely worthless. Either they're jealous that they can't have the same, or they have some soft of (usually stupid) argument with the owner. In which case they are too cowardly or stupid to discusss it like rational individuals.

                  If it truely was you who vandalized this car, I will be emailing the owner shortly with your real name and location. Remember that nothing is anonymous on the Internet.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Aaron Cake:
                    <STRONG>Remember that nothing is anonymous on the Internet.</STRONG>
                    Ouch. Aaron, you tumble again.

                    It is incredibly easy to be anonymous on the internet - you just have to know how.

                    PS: I already know one of your first arguments _was_ IP address & ISP - but two factors make that irrelevant: 1) violation of privacy 2) anonymous access providers
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                    • #11
                      I'm wondering about that "tumble again" remark. If you mean that I'm wrong, it happens sometimes. Part of the human condition...anyway....

                      I perhaps should have said that it is "much more difficult than people think to be anonymous on the internet". I doubt that petty vandals are versed in the techniques of IP spoofing, etc.

                      Anonymous providers are another thing, but I have lately not seen any (probably due to security concerns). Are there any around still?

                      Basically, I was just messing with the guys head. I have no time to actually track this person, and it was probably just someone making a joke anyway.
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                      Car: 1986 Mazda RX-7 Turbo (highly modded), 1978 RX-7 Beater (Dead, parting out), 2001 Honda Insight
                      "If one more body-kitted, cut-spring-lowered, farty-exhausted Civic revs on me at an intersection, I swear I'm going to get out of my car and cram their ridiculous double-decker aluminium wing firmly up their rump."

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Aaron Cake:
                        <STRONG>Anonymous providers are another thing, but I have lately not seen any (probably due to security concerns). Are there any around still?</STRONG>
                        um cant u just sign up for a free internet account with false info such as
                        http://www.netzero.com

                        i mean they will have your phone number but thats bout it, you will still haev to set up stuff to hide ip etc.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by PaulzY:
                          <STRONG>
                          i mean they will have your phone number but thats bout it, you will still haev to set up stuff to hide ip etc.</STRONG>
                          Yea, and since there is no way to track your phone number back to where you live...
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                          • #14
                            To debunk all of this: internet cafes

                            -the simplest, completely anonymous method

                            I didn't want people to waste too much effort thinking about this one.

                            Claiming to have done it was truely stupid .. but not inconceviable. Furthermore, just claiming to do something doesn't warrant invasion of privacy - not as long as there is reasonable doubt. =)
                            -James-

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by JamesB:
                              <STRONG>To debunk all of this: internet cafes

                              -the simplest, completely anonymous method

                              I didn't want people to waste too much effort thinking about this one.
                              =)</STRONG>
                              u use an internet cafe to set up the account but u cant be sure what things they got runnign in the background on those computers, most hackers and ppl will only use their own harware, that way they are sure that their session isnt being logged or recorded.

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