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Originally posted by justsomeboreddude
reply to post by GreenBicMan
They cant kill you as good with a GPS guided bomb if it hits your driveway. It is much more effective if it hits your front door knob and comes into the house before detonating.
Originally posted by ziggy1706
Well..2 weeks ago, thier was a knock at my door, around 4 pm? i wnt outside, and thier was an older guy in a business tan trench coat thier..I asked him what he wanted, and he siad he was with eh cnesus berough..so he handed me a paper, adn asked me if this was my address, and if thier were others here. SO i told him, i live here, ect ect...then asked him why did he need this info? I guess i wanted to make sure, he wasnt some new neighborhood break into a huose thief or something..he looked at me with a weird cheezy grin, like i asked him a stupid question or something..i saw him minntes later, going door to door, so i guess it was legite. He was annoying...starnger going house to house, just to ask if you live thier lol. I wish i had some fun with him. tell him NO! Im in the middle of a break in right now,a nd yuor messin things up for me, get lost!
Originally posted by Alora
Many applause to the sheriff and to you and your husband for having the guts to tell him NO.
Originally posted by Illuminatus I
They are tagging the doors on homes and businesses.
The reason being is that when you go to a building for almost any reason, you usually want to go inside, and this helps specifically with larger buildings with multiple doors. It's going to save you from driving around, asking for directions to a door, or what have you.
Also, they are getting the coordinates of all these places for the entire united states in order to more easily gather 3 dimensional data and create an entire, very accurate map of the united states.
It's google earth x 100.
All Things Considered, July 31, 2006 · Two-and-a-half years from now, in early 2009, the Census Bureau plans to send an army of 100,000 temporary workers down every street and dusty, dirt road in America. They will be armed with handheld GPS devices.
Originally posted by Chevalerous
Haha! sorry for laughing but your story in real time about the crazy census man, made me roflmao!
Sorry for laughing! I know this crap is serious, and you guys did the right thing!
But I thought it was funny to read the updates about the crazy census guy from your real time reporting!