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  1. Last night around 3:30, I awoke to a text message from a number I didn't know. I opened it up and what I saw creeped me out big time: it was a not-so-recent picture of me in the car. I was tired so I went back to bed but the next morning I texted the number back and asked who it was. They answered with: "What you don't know doesn't hurt you." What do you guys think of this? It's probably one of my friends playing a joke on me, but I'm not gonna lie. It made me somewhat uncomfortable.

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    2. Coopersville

      Coopersville

      You'd be surprised how little information is needed to track someone down.

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    3. Danarchy

      Danarchy

      Maes said:

      In comparison, Blade Runner's scene appears much more down-to-ground and not entirely implausible ( I don't recall if it involved merely zooming up to a -technically plausible- level of detail, or if it involved parallaxing/looking "behind" objects though. In the latter case, it would be ofc 100% bullshit ;-)

      As you can see in the video, yeah...he does do that stuff. I thought it was BS when I was a little kid and first saw that movie back in the early 90s, and it's twice as BS now. But it's still a really awesome movie nonetheless.

    4. Csonicgo

      Csonicgo

      Coopersville said:

      You'd be surprised how little information is needed to track someone down.

      facebook.com/profile.phpid=59238742592


      BWAHAHHA. I'm going to use this a lot.

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