Silver_Stealer

Silver_Stealer wrote (edited )

Looks like it is nothing to worry about. The error rate jumps from 1.5% to 15% when not making eye contact with the camera. And that is still facing in the direction of the camera. Plus the security cameras at Wally's or wherever is likely to be of a lower quality than those used in these trials. So don't look in the direction of the cameras and this tech becomes useless to them. If it really scares you than wear sunglasses.

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I got my hands on an entire box of spiderwrap and played around with them. One of the things I tried was completely submerging it in water. It seemed to have no effect for the first hour, but then the water made the spiderwrap activate and started beeping. It remained fully submerged with the alarm going off for 48 hours before I got annoyed with it and tossed it in the microwave to shut it up. Water is not practical for deactivating spiderwrap in any capacity.

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Reply to by !deleted13262

Unless they are laying multiple people off at the same time, you will likely be the first suspect of a burglary there, recently disgruntled employee and all that. I would wait a bit before doing anything.

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Reply to by Sagelambert69

This is a forum for people who really don't like paying for stuff. Probably not the best place to sell your nudes.

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Silver_Stealer wrote

Thermite is pretty cheap to make. Use it to melt/destroy his car. Do that, and he likely loses his job as he can’t get to work, unless he pays to replace it. In which case, do it again.

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Silver_Stealer wrote

So this is a small town and this is the only store around? Sounds risky having to hit the same place again and again, and if they have cameras they may recognize you. For a ride, I would recommend using Lyft or Uber if need be, if the store isn't too far away, although if you live in a small town there may not be any Lyft of Uber drivers.

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Yeah, what I would do with fat packs is walk in, grab a basket or cart, swing by the MTG products as they are usually right by the entrance, grab 2-4 fat packs (For every 2 fat packs you need a bag), find a blind spot, bag the fat packs, then carry the bagged packs to the exit. You can go out the same way you came in if it has the least foot traffic/security, but I also go out a different way than I came in sometimes depending on the layout of the store and blind spot locations.The problems arise when there is only one exit and a receipt checker. Sometimes the receipt checkers in my nearby W-marts won't check people with only one or two bags, so I keep an eye on if they let some people pass or try to stop everyone. If they are trying to stop everyone, I just walk out when they get distracted.

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A lot of MTG cards are source tagged. Fat packs are always tagged, commander decks and toolkits are sometimes tagged, and the boosters are also sometimes tagged. I set off the alarms a few times with concealed tags or during walkouts, but no one cared and I didn't get stopped. I use plastic w-mart bags that I keep in my pocket when I walk in, just so that an employee does not get suspicious when I am doing a walkout. The few times I went to a w-mart with a receipt checker I could just hang around with my bags and walk out when they are checking someone else's cart.

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Silver_Stealer wrote

I started out lifting a lot of MTG cards. You are right, it gets hard to conceal anything other than the booster packs, and those are sometimes source tagged. What I would do is go to W-mrt with some plastic shopping bags, get the cards, then take them to a blind spot and put the cards in the bags and walk out. Got about $3000 worth of sealed product using this method, decks, fat packs, and boosters. Never got caught.

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