Spudnuts

Spudnuts wrote

Thank you for sharing this information!

Btw, is it possible to jam the towers so that they don't go off? Be cool to have a gadget that does this!

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Spudnuts wrote (edited )

Great write up!

Due to lifting for profit, and being wreckless (ie lifting when homeless), I've pretty much burned all the local stores.

But yeah, it's nice to do it on the low down and as frequently as you do it!

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Spudnuts wrote

Re Tesco's; I prefer to go in when they're really busy. You can Google the store and it'll show you a graph and you can check the busiest time to go.

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Spudnuts wrote

Maybe advertise stuff first, then boost it once a few ppl show interest? Saves alot of time, and cuts out the risk of getting caught for an item that is essentially worthless.

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Spudnuts wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by Wikileaks in walkout in smaller stores by Wikileaks

A lot of stores in the EU are like that (Lidl or Aldi) that force you thru the checkouts.

Best to conceal, or find a different store that's easier to do a walkout.

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