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(9 News)   "It's been a continuing fountain of entertainment for me. It's just like I'll wake up one day and they'll be new pictures there and I'm like oh my gosh, she has no idea"   (9news.com) divider line 67
    More: Amusing, iPads, oh my gosh, Allen Engstram, apple devices  
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2013-03-14 10:55:31 PM

Mister Pleco: Eeteetoo: Shocker!!!... she's black. I keed I keed... but are you surprised?

But, will he ever get it back?


I guess that's a question he'll have to axe her.

/ticket please
 
2013-03-14 11:03:58 PM
So do most people under the age of say, thirty, frequently take photos of themselves? I don't mean a photo of themself with a group of friends, but pictures of just themselves, like the girl in article. Is everyone now a complete narcissist?
 
2013-03-14 11:12:55 PM

Mr. Shabooboo: Noah_Tall: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x960]

Lazy eye is lazy..


HAHAHAHAH! She's got the Atchyaforya eyes!

/One eye's lookin atcha...
 
2013-03-14 11:35:28 PM

TastyEloi: So do most people under the age of say, thirty, frequently take photos of themselves? I don't mean a photo of themself with a group of friends, but pictures of just themselves, like the girl in article. Is everyone now a complete narcissist?


It does appear to be increasingly common. New technology has created new, easier methods of attention whoring.

i734.photobucket.com
 
2013-03-14 11:42:02 PM
I get tired of hearing about how Bobo the super criminal figured out how to turn off Find my iPhone on the device.  It's stupid easy to stop the average user from being able to do that.  Go into your settings, on the iCloud tab enter your apple id.  Go to the general tab and tap restrictions, set whatever restrictions you want, but make sure you enable Location Services, and LOCK it, then lock out the changing of accounts on the device.  Voila, no turning off find my iPhone without wiping the device.

If you want to steal one however, it's stupid easy to defeat it.  Turn the device OFF, hold the home button while you plug into a computer....voila, erased.
 
2013-03-14 11:51:17 PM

Wise_Guy: Pop quiz, hotshot.  You lose your $500 iPad, and a couple of days later photos of an incredibly hot chick in various states of undress and playfulness start popping up on your stream.  The pictures are getting more and more graphic.  You have tracking software so you have somewhat of an ability to locate it, but the tracking software will cease to function in 24 hours.

What do you do?  What do you do?


You track it and write down her address, but don't turn her in until the dirty pics stop coming. What is this, Kindergarten?
 
2013-03-15 12:14:58 AM

Repo Man: If you end up with something, and you know who it belongs to and could return it but don't, that's theft. I realized this when I was a kid, and saw a man who had just come out of a bar climb into his pickup, dropping a wad of cash on the street. My first impulse was to wait until he drove away, and it would be mine free and clear. Almost as quickly, I realized that would be stealing; I knew it was his, and I knew he didn't mean to drop it on the ground. It would have been no different than stealing it out of his wallet, except there would have been almost no chance of my getting caught. I ran over to his truck, and waved him down to keep him from driving away. He was confused until I bent down and picked up the wad of money and handed it to him. He said he'd like to give me a reward, but the smallest bill he had was a twenty. This was probably 1980 (minimum wage was three thirty five an hour), twenty bucks was a lot of money. I told him not to worry about it. Make no mistake, money was hard to come by as a kid. I worked a couple of hours a day on average to make about thirty five dollars a month by delivering newspapers with my bicycle. That had no bearing on whether I would keep money that was not mine


you're a good person. Mrs.Kritter found $540 in a Deli recently. the guy was thrilled to get it back, it was his Moms money.
 
2013-03-15 12:17:57 AM

noitsnot: netweavr: Probably stolen by the TSA

That would be hilarious and is probably quite likely.


He said he left it on the plane.
 
2013-03-15 12:21:26 AM

TastyEloi: So do most people under the age of say, thirty, frequently take photos of themselves? I don't mean a photo of themself with a group of friends, but pictures of just themselves, like the girl in article. Is everyone now a complete narcissist?


Yes.  There's even a word for it:  "selfie," as in self-portrait.
 
2013-03-15 03:41:50 AM

Larva Lump: " ... I'll wake up one day and they'll be new pictures there ... "

Oh, for the love of cheese! Someone doesn't get contractions. "There'll be"

// like
// peave


Almost as bad as people who expand "should've" into "should of". WTF is wrong with you? It doesn't even make any damn sense.
 
2013-03-15 05:55:29 AM
Unfortunately, Engstram disabled the iPad's locator settings.


See what happens when your paranoid?
 
2013-03-15 05:56:05 AM
you're
 
2013-03-15 07:15:27 AM
I had this old cell phone, dropped service and the phone number, and think I left it powered on.

Then I noticed these new text messages, something to the effect of:

been a while since I c*me in your mouth.
She doesn't even know.
Picked up the kids.

Pretty exciting text exchange.
 
2013-03-15 09:03:19 AM

MylesHeartVodak: He mentions contacting the police?  She didn't steal it.  He lost it.  Finder's Keepers.  She may have even bought it, in good faith, from whoever did find it.


There isn't really a "finder's keeps": " At common law, the finder of a lost item could claim the right to possess the item against any person except the true owner or any previous possessors"
 
2013-03-15 10:10:07 AM

Enemabag Jones: I had this old cell phone, dropped service and the phone number, and think I left it powered on.

Then I noticed these new text messages, something to the effect of:

been a while since I c*me in your mouth.
She doesn't even know.
Picked up the kids.

Pretty exciting text exchange.


Slight tangent - had a 'pay as you go' phone and the number was either recently reassigned, or someone kept re-texting a wrong number.

After many tries to explain this to the other person, I had fun with them.

When the text "you c*me  in you, you fark, I'm not on the pill"

I responded I'm your older brother, I can do anything I want to.  Next time, the butt"
 
2013-03-15 12:26:11 PM

Noah_Tall: [sphotos-a.xx.fbcdn.net image 720x960]


DSL's!
 
2013-03-15 05:55:03 PM
booger42: When the text "you c*me  in you, you fark, I'm not on the pill"

...what does that even mean?
 
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