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posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 04:21 PM
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Originally posted by Anonymous ATS
I disagree about this being a code for news delivery also. I worked in news circulation for a major US paper and I have never heard of such a thing.

I've actually seen newspaper companies put them on mailboxes I've built so I know they do it. I didn't ask for exactly what reason they did it but I'm willing to bet it doesn't have anything to do with death squads




posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 04:23 PM
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Bo and Jack are back.

Do emo's count as a line?

I'm holding out for a blue square myself.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 04:42 PM
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Here's what's really going on

From the Huntsville Times
Question and Answers section
blog.al.com...


Q. Why are there small circles (reflective dots) on certain mailboxes in the Hazel Green area? We have noticed them in several neighborhoods and they are mostly gold, some are red and others are blue/green. Not every mailbox has one, but they have just appeared and we have no clue as to why.

A. Those reflective stickers are used by The Huntsville Times carriers to identify the type of newspaper delivery the household receives. In most cases, yellow is every day, green is weekend and red is Sunday only.

"These reflectors help our contractors deliver the newspaper properly," said Circulation Director Frank Maier. "After a few weeks carriers become more familiar with these different types, but at night mailboxes can look the same. When the carrier's car headlights hit the reflector the carrier can easily remember a subscriber's delivery type."

If a carrier has an emergency or takes a few days off, the reflectors help the substitute deliver the route before the delivery deadline, Maier said.

Got a question? Submit it to htimes@htimes.com or phone it in to 536-8255. Include your name, hometown and phone number.


Here's something from channel 7
www.wjla.com...

about midway down it says this

THE EXAMINER'S PUBLISHER IS ON RECORD STATING THAT CARRIERS ARE SUPPOSED TO PICK UP OLD PAPERSLYING AROUND. DOESN'T LOOK LIKE THAT'S WORKING. RED DOTS ON MAILBOXES MEAN NO PAPER BUT WHEN THAT DOESN'T APPEAR TO WORK EITHER.


and for those of you in Canada
www.cbc.ca...


Website promotes red dots to stop junk mail
Little-known Canada Post policy has existed for more than 10 years
Last Updated: Thursday, January 31, 2008 | 11:26 AM ET
CBC News

A Vancouver businesswoman is launching a new campaign to help people who want to cut down on junk mail.

The Red Dot Campaign aims to draw attention to a little-known Canada Post policy that allows people to stop unaddressed junk mail arriving in their mailbox or dropping through their mail slot.





OK I have 2 words for you...

QUIT IT !



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 04:57 PM
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Oh DEER!

They're after the wildlife as well!




posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 05:18 PM
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reply to post by jfj123
 


thank you jfj, nice to see someone using their brains instead of continuing to perpetuate this farce.
Not a one liner, I swear



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 05:45 PM
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You gotta be kidding....
This is unreal, it reminds me of the spam conspiracy. The reason why aliens abduct humans is dependent on the amount of spam they eat. The aliens are suppose to absorb the spam through their skin and feed on it. The more spam, the more likely you will be abducted.
C'MON!

Wow, it's pretty amazing that something so simple can illicit a response so big. I don't believe this to be anything other than maybe a newspaper delivery system method. My aunt does that and its quite common depending on where you live and the like. I think it's important to keep the line between logic and ridiculousness (I know its not a word) in check. This is what happens when people get bored. Hell I've done things like this when I get super bored and just want something new to do so I can spark my brain out of boredom. Just never did anything to this extent and never posted it for others to stew over. But really, this is ridiculous.....


If FEMA really wanted to tag us what makes you think we would know about it? They would use a more realistic way of marking us instead of posting dots about. It would never be so simple, sorry.
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posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 07:59 PM
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I wonder where they'll put the dots at my house.
I don't own a mailbox, I have a slot in my front door for mail.
Also, I wonder what they would do if someone really liked stickers; and the person put red, blue, and pink dots all over their mailbox.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 09:18 PM
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I am from Germany, and the dots on our mailboxes are for the subscriptions you have. We had a yellow dot, and green dot for the Die Zeit and the Freizeit Revue. I seriously doubt it is a government kill list...most likely your Newspaper delivery company has multiple drivers for routes, and they mark you mail box to know if you get week editions, Sunday edition, or both.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 09:38 PM
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It is believed that the NWO has lists for detention and execution. Some of the so called evidence involves: forum.prisonplanet.com...
UN troops in the US:forum.prisonplanet.com...
There's a lot more. He naturally made the connection w/newspaper dots due to the similarity of color. McLamb, the officer in the video has read a plethora of intel and has spoken to a number of witnesses re. these colors...NONTHELESS this is the funniest blog I have ever read. God bless us all. I gottah join you fellahs for real.
GeorgeW.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 09:57 PM
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It is believed that the NWO has lists for detention and execution. Some of the so called evidence involves: forum.prisonplanet.com...
UN troops in the US:forum.prisonplanet.com...
There's a lot more. He naturally made the connection w/newspaper dots due to the similarity of color. McLamb, the officer in the video has read a plethora and spoke to a number of witnesses re. these colors...NONTHELESS this is the funniest blog I have ever read. God bless us all.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 10:35 PM
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Color coding has been around for ages so I suppose this could be a newspaper tactic. I just didn't think newspapers were allowed to be placed in mailboxes since they are federal property. Only mail is allowed in the mailbox. I also spent several years in the newspaper business as a younger man and never heard of this, but I have never delivered a paper so that doesn't mean it's not true.

If you know the color codes it can come in handy though.

I also spent a few years in a bakery. There is no date on a bag of bread since they have to buy the bags by the box full and use them as they need them. Want to know how they date the bread? The twist tie that closes the bag is one of seven colors. What color the twist tie is will tell you the day the bread was made. All bakeries use this method and you need only call up the local bakery you get your bread from to find out the color code. Then you can buy the freshest bread on the market.



posted on Jan, 19 2009 @ 10:50 PM
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Yeah, it may be Newspaper dots, but what a great cover too, right? People think that there is no issue, when really, there is an issue at hand, but because of the way they think and perceive it, it is hidden, perfectly in the open, until time to be made known.
The best place to hide something is right in front of someone, after blinding their mind.



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 05:10 AM
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Originally posted by mrwupy
Color coding has been around for ages so I suppose this could be a newspaper tactic.

Please read my post with examples of how the newspaper business uses the stickers. It's just a few posts back and even has a picture



I just didn't think newspapers were allowed to be placed in mailboxes since they are federal property.

Only the stickers go on boxes, the papers go elsewhere.


I also spent several years in the newspaper business as a younger man and never heard of this, but I have never delivered a paper so that doesn't mean it's not true.

Not all papers may use this marking method but many do for the drivers who deliver.



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 05:22 AM
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I work for a newspaper. Green dots here mean the customer is active. Red means the customer is inactive. A yellow dot may mean a weekend customer. Some carriers use different colors to mean certain things. A double dot means to turn around at this address etc. Hope this clears the air somewhat, at least in NE Pennsylvania.



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 05:23 AM
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Originally posted by Oreyeon
Yeah, it may be Newspaper dots, but what a great cover too, right? People think that there is no issue, when really, there is an issue at hand, but because of the way they think and perceive it, it is hidden, perfectly in the open, until time to be made known.
The best place to hide something is right in front of someone, after blinding their mind.


This would be a horrifically stupid way to do this though as all would need to do is peel the sticker off.
Seriously if you really think about it, here are some problems with the sticker idea.
-they can be peeled off.
-not everyone has a mailbox.
-sometimes the stickers fall off.
-sometimes the stickers fade and change color (ie red to pinkish or even white).

I mean the only thing that would be a more stupid theory would be if the death squads had you fill out a form


Hi my name is skippy with death squad 277912 A, thats A for apple. How are you doing today sir or madam? I was wondering if you could take a few moments to fill out a survey? If we can get 1 hundred surveys filled in, we get a free trip to Hawaii !

Question 1: Would you prefer a shotgun blast to the head or to be worked to death in a slave labor camp?


Don't you think there's a much more stealthy way to mark someone for death?
Such as:
Via the GPS in their cellphones?
A GPS marker on their homes?
Recording their address on a piece of FREAKEN PAPER and keeping it in a notebook!
etc....



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 05:37 AM
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Originally posted by jfj123
Here's a hint. If you're that worried. REMOVE THE DOT !!!


That would stuff the troops up, wouldn't it? See them out at your letterbox scratching their heads.


I like this guy though, at least he has the balls to admit 9/11 was an inside job publicly like that.

The troops will have another means of knowing who is who. And it will be something tamper proof.



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 06:04 AM
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Originally posted by NuclearPaul

Originally posted by jfj123
Here's a hint. If you're that worried. REMOVE THE DOT !!!


That would stuff the troops up, wouldn't it? See them out at your letterbox scratching their heads.


I like this guy though, at least he has the balls to admit 9/11 was an inside job publicly like that.

The troops will have another means of knowing who is who. And it will be something tamper proof.


Here are a few problems I see with this.
I think it's important to be critical of our government and always question. The whole Eternal Vigilance thing.....
Now this guy associates himself with 9/11 CT'ers and in the background you'll notice there's a Ron Paul sign.
Then he starts on with this whole nutjob theory and it makes everyone look bad. The whole guilt through association thing.

So if this video is shown on the MSM networks, people will see it and say wow those Ron Paul supporters are nuts and those people who are critical of their government are nuts.

I know we've been having fun with this but the bigger picture is a lot less funny.



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 07:07 AM
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Just ask your press carrier what they are for.....Then close this post.... Ridiculus .....it reminds me of the patriot moovement and the reflective stickers on the back of street signs leading to the death camps.... BTW those are for dating the signs as to installation/ replacement...DIRT



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 07:18 AM
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This video is PROOF that freedom of speech still exists in AmeriKa LOL...DIRT



posted on Jan, 20 2009 @ 08:11 AM
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I watched closely and I personally believe that video was doctored to add voice over to imply that officer was saying those words.

Don't believe everything you see...



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