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It’s happened again: AT&T sued for allegedly transferring victim's number to thieves in $1.9m cryptocoin heist


Re: 24E6 eggs in a flimsy basket

Ah Mr. tin 2, I see you've successfully entered your 36 digit PIN, matched four fingerprints, a retinal scan, a handprint scan, a voiceprint, a DNA test, an anal wrinkle scan, presented your unique USB token, confirmed the PIN sent to you over SMS, confirmed the PIN sent to you through email, confirmed the PIN sent to you on grindr, entered your grandmother's hairdresser's grandmother's neighbor's maiden name, confirmed your third grade teacher's anal wrinkle scan, identified several pictures of motorcycles, matched every street you and your family have lived on going back seven generations, identified which car models you've applied for financing on, found the four pieces of the ancient treasure map hidden in famous Mason landmarks on different continents, evaded the attack dogs, evaded the attack squirrels, verified that your heart weighs less than a feather, and completed an audio CAPCHA. Here is the 0.006 BTC you requested to pay your cell phone bill.

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