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(10 News)   Protip: when stealing the Hooters ATM, be advised they have this thing called a "jukebox"   (10news.com) divider line 71
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2013-02-22 12:19:51 PM

Mog32Kupo: stuffy: The only surprise to me is that they still make jukeboxes.

The new jukeboxes are DSL streaming, its good money/super annoying for most bars now...as the variety of songs are overblown and too many drunk people think they are DJ Funkmaster Flex.


or you can be a real arse (like me) and play Echoes, Atom Heart Mother,Innagadadavida long version , and Alice's Restaurant and pay to have them play immediately over everyone elses song. Plenty of time to drink and not have to hear top 40, rap, or any other type of music you don't like.
 
2013-02-22 12:24:28 PM

Mog32Kupo: stuffy: The only surprise to me is that they still make jukeboxes.

The new jukeboxes are DSL streaming, its good money/super annoying for most bars now...as the variety of songs are overblown and too many drunk people think they are DJ Funkmaster Flex.


The last time I put money it a jukebox I put $10 in and played Johnny Cash's "Ring of Fire" for every damn song I could.  Then I left.
 
2013-02-22 12:29:18 PM

SnarfVader: Wait until the RIAA hears about this.


Probably get in more trouble than if it was actually an ATM
 
2013-02-22 12:53:56 PM
This is the Hooters near my house, so I'm getting a kick out of these replies.
 
2013-02-22 12:56:09 PM

BKITU: Mog32Kupo: Whats so funny is that they obviously didn't case the joint.

The ATM is not 10 feet away, with a big ass ATM sign over it.  Even above the jukebox there is a sign that says "ATM -->" away from the Jukebox...

/parents live down the hill from the Orange Box
//good escape when you don't want to be recognized by his father's barfly friends...

Heh, I grew up in Westwood! I remember back when that Hooters was "The Denny's on the Hill." One of the really old supper-club-style ones with a full bar and a meeting room in the back.

/I'm old.
//Two of my best friends to this day are guys I met at Westwood Elementary back in 1979.
///We were all in first grade.
////CS, Me


Not only that. When businesses are closed they always, always empty the ATM. If the jukebox was digital I bet a lot of plays were off a credit or debit card. Maybe some bills but not much.
 
2013-02-22 01:01:00 PM
I used to have an ATM in my garage.   I bought it from a Savings & Loan that went bust.     I bid $20 (probably too much).   It was on wheels designed I guess to be placed in temporary spots when the real ATM was out or something.     I finally gave it away after it sat around for a few years (though when Kevin Mitnick's lawyer was researching his case (Kevin told him he had to see "The President's Analyst" and also to take my security course for background), I offered to give it to him to show what sort of junk "legal" hackers tended to have around their house (on of the things in the bill of particulars in this case was an ANCIENT credit card terminal, the kind which had long been supplanted with newer ones and you could find for $5 or whatever in the junk stores).

Anyhow, there was a news story in CT where someone sabatoged all the mall ATMs and then placed their own one in the mall, and gave out cash.    They then took the account numbers and pin's down to manhattan and started cleaning out people's accounts.   Of course, EVERYBODY who knew me sent me a copy of that article when it hit the press.
 
2013-02-22 01:15:41 PM
is there some reason the security footage  looks like they filmed it underwater ? why the hell are all cameras not hi def ? you could rubber band a cell phone to a stick and get better video.
 
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2013-02-22 01:39:50 PM
ATM I'm getting cash from the ATM so I can pay a hooker for ATM.
 
2013-02-22 01:54:14 PM

rikkidoxx: BKITU: Mog32Kupo: Whats so funny is that they obviously didn't case the joint.

The ATM is not 10 feet away, with a big ass ATM sign over it.  Even above the jukebox there is a sign that says "ATM -->" away from the Jukebox...

/parents live down the hill from the Orange Box
//good escape when you don't want to be recognized by his father's barfly friends...

Heh, I grew up in Westwood! I remember back when that Hooters was "The Denny's on the Hill." One of the really old supper-club-style ones with a full bar and a meeting room in the back.

/I'm old.
//Two of my best friends to this day are guys I met at Westwood Elementary back in 1979.
///We were all in first grade.
////CS, Me

Not only that. When businesses are closed they always, always empty the ATM. If the jukebox was digital I bet a lot of plays were off a credit or debit card. Maybe some bills but not much.


On my phone so I can't trim the quote. ...

I used to work for Loomis, the armored car company and I can say in my experience this isn't true. In fact typically If the location is served by an armored car, then the property owner had zero access to the machine. Typical atms require an rfid based "key" and a one time use combination that is linked to said key. Every time you need to open up the safe portion a new combination needs to be generated by calling in to branch, giving your security phrase, atm id and rfid number.

Long story shorts this is a pain in the ass and it cost money to be able to generate codes (special software, secured network etc). The safe in an ATM is typically of a better grade than most businesses use for their own safe anyways.

The only exception I could think of is if thr atm is served by the property owner and has a traditional tumbler style lock and it's in a bad neighborhood. Even then it takes a lot of time to do the process. On a good day I could empty, reset and refill an ATM in about 15 minutes, but I was well practiced as I would do it 30 times a day. That's more effort than most people would be willing to spend on a daily basis.
 
2013-02-22 02:01:22 PM

Lumber Jack Off: well to be fair there probably was money inside it


Beat me to it...
 
2013-02-22 02:04:30 PM

SnarfVader: Wait until the RIAA hears about this.


Yeah, they are going to wish they had just stolen the ATM.
 
2013-02-22 02:30:44 PM

AugieDoggyDaddy: I don't know anything about how to getaway with stealing an ATM,  but I would expect there would be a dye pack to stain the money and a Lo-Jack type thing to call the police.  How do the bad guys get around something like that?


i don't know about the dye, ask a chemist/dry cleaner. for the lo-jack thingy, try a faraday cage
 
2013-02-22 03:12:19 PM

blatz514: Wait, they stole a jukebox instead of an automated ATM machine?


Department of Redundancy Department sees what you did there.
 
2013-02-22 03:14:22 PM

Glancing Blow: Checking Ebay for a sudden glut of 45 RPMs.


Our local Hooters doesn't have a jukebox but they have plenty of 45's.
 
2013-02-22 04:52:01 PM
They backed up the truck to the door, right?

Any reason they haven't just run the plates and called it a day?
 
2013-02-22 05:06:59 PM

SirMadness: They backed up the truck to the door, right?

Any reason they haven't just run the plates and called it a day?


Probably because of the shiatty, black and white, grainy, dark video. My piece of crap $35 cell phone does better video.
 
2013-02-22 05:20:54 PM

Karma Curmudgeon: Standing in the rain, with his head hung low
Couldn't steal an ATM, in San Diego


Here's a short vid of my own jukebox, a Rockola 480 (model circa 1987, I think)...methinks you'll get a kick.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=av2cSKLcD0Y
 
2013-02-22 05:39:22 PM

DigitalCoffee: SirMadness: They backed up the truck to the door, right?

Any reason they haven't just run the plates and called it a day?

Probably because of the shiatty, black and white, grainy, dark video. My piece of crap $35 cell phone does better video.


I guess I just hoped it was a better resolution than the footage they gave to the network.
 
2013-02-22 08:56:07 PM
We had to move an ATM at our store once when the bank it belonged to went under.  You'd be amazed how long the alarm stays active on one of those things.
 
2013-02-22 11:04:45 PM

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Thank you for that....
 
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