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Oct. 7th, 2004 | 04:02 am

This week I pulled all the security tags off of my DVD's. I want to reactivate them, and stick them to peoples butts.

I tried a trick to copy whole filesystems in amazing time, but it wasn't working with the last few sectors on any copy I tried, so I gave up, and used the standard method that took forever. My computer hasn't been rebooted in over 51 days, and I guess I end that streak tomorrow when I hopefully start the big backup process. Icky work.

Good night all!

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a gun and a pack of sandwiches

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from: never_here
date: Oct. 7th, 2004 01:04 pm (UTC)
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You should put the tags on people's butts then send them into the Blockbuster I work at and I can tackle them for being under the suspicion of stealing.

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Daniel Patrick Johnson

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from: teknotus
date: Oct. 8th, 2004 03:10 am (UTC)
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I think the trick to that is to run up behind them, and kick sideways at one of their legs. They will slow down just slightly as they stumble, this is when you push hard on their back while at the same time grabing their shirt. They will be off balance, and falling forward, grabing their shirt is so that they bring you with them I think, and they act like an air bag for you when you land on top of them. Sometimes they lose teeth. Or at least that is the best I can remember it.

You can have my tags. Maybe there is a machine at the video store that can reactivate them.

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snarble

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from: snarble
date: Oct. 7th, 2004 03:20 pm (UTC)
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are security tags the white puffy ones with the silver sticky back? why did you pull them off? i never know what to do with them.. i bet your parents know how to recycle them! my mom has been being nice and letting me keep recycling in the kitchen but she doesnt understand what is recyclable and thinks its just a magic place that can take anything "so.. why cant i put this dirty cracked tupperware in the recycling?"

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Daniel Patrick Johnson

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from: teknotus
date: Oct. 8th, 2004 03:04 am (UTC)
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Yeah those are the tags. I think airport metal detectors pick them up. I don't know it just bothers me to have tracking devices in thing I own even if they are deactivated, and can't identify an individual.

PS. I love you.

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