This man in England is playing out every one’s fantasy. Unleashing on a mobile store after they refused to give him a refund on his contract. Now if it was the UN they would have just sent a strongly worded letter.
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You have to take your hat off to author Andrew Kessler he’s going all out to sell his first novel “Martian Summer: Robot Arms, Cowboy Spacemen, and My 90 Days with the Phoenix Mars Mission,” Hmm, Compelling reading no doubt! Kessler has rented out a bookstore in New York’s trendy West Village and filled all the shelves with his book. Yes, only his book! Despite some interest he said “A lot of people are scared to come in. Some people wonder if we’re Scientologists.” Goodness knows how much rent he is forking out but he has 3,000 of the books to sell.
A few snippets from Amazon reviewers about the book – “Kessler’s ability to make astrophysics comprehensible to an eighth grade girl and get her to giggle is the geek appeal. Spending a summer inside mission control in Tucson brings home the fact that Mars is truly distant.”
“And because the author is a layman, it’s accessible for a normal person.”
“My own 13 yr.old space-nerd loved it!”
“The one part of a Kindle purchase I wish could be changed for this purchase: deleting a purchase instead of just archiving it!”
Want to see what happens when some dumbass throws a grenade into a convenience store?
OK, no need for alarm people, but anyone or business with a digital copier made after 2002 might want to sit down for this one. Nearly all of them contain a hard drive, just like your personal computer, which stores every friggin thing you ever photocopied. Yep, photos, documents, your butt!! So, if you or the company you work for, ever decide to upgrade the copier machines, I suggest taking to the old ones with a friggin sledgehammer or you are more than likely going to be victims of identity theft. Don’t believe me? Well CBS news decided to put it to the test. They went to a New Jersey warehouse and purchased four random second hand copiers for $300 each. Within 30 minutes they had pulled out the hard drives and, using a forensic software program free on the net, they extracted tens of thousands of documents in less than 12 hours. The first copier, which belonged to the Buffalo, N.Y., Police Sex Crimes Division, contained detailed info on domestic violence complaints, the second was from the Buffalo Police Narcotics Unit and it featured a list of targets in a major drug raid. The third copier was from a New York construction company and their copier contained plans for a building near ground zero and 95 pages of pay stubs with names, addresses and friggin social security numbers. The last copier was from a New York Insurance company and it contained…wait for it… 300 pages of individual medical records. Want to hear the most frightening part, when CBS news crew visited the warehouse, two shipping containers full of used copiers were on their way to unknown buyers in Argentina and Singapore. OMG!