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Google Street View and Ice Cream Trucks

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posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 04:48 PM
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Yes, I am creating a new thread. I don't do this often.

I believe that Google is using creepy decrepit/run-down looking ice cream trucks to capture images for it's "Street View"

Example:

content.ytmnd.com...



Why?

1. Perfect cover. No one ever thinks twice about that dumpy truck.

2. It drives slow. It allows for the cameras to capture the images needed.

My supporting evidence:

The creepy ice cream truck comes by daily here in the summer time. Even at hours seeming to be very odd. 9pm on a week night anyone?

I have never witnessed anyone, ANYONE buying product from these trucks.

Call me insane, but I confronted the "ice cream man" (who looked like a back-woods child molester btw) one day. I walked up to the truck and this is how it went down (I am not joking)

"Who are you working for, CIA? DEA? FBI? NSA?"

Guy: "Huh? What" (gives me a surprised look)

"Well I'm on to you and your creepy ****ing truck thing" *at this point I do the fingers to my eyes and point them to him*

"So um...what can I get for a dollar?"

Guy: "well one of these...or those"

"Here..now gimme my ****"

I don't eat it, it looks 4 years old and has melted and been re-frozen 10 times. I hide behind a dumpster and throw it away and wait until he is gone before I move from cover. I don't want that creepy ice cream man/undercover agent to know where I live!

All of those who know of the creepy ice cream trucks please reply! There has to be an agenda behind them! I think Google Earth street view seems the perfect fit.

Anyone else?

[edit on 13-2-2010 by MystikMushroom]




posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 05:00 PM
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Oh and the music!

The music is so creepy as well! It sounds like a dying piano organ or something. It makes me think of horror movies.

If I had a child, I would NEVER allow them to run up to one of those trucks.

It is just WRONG. Plain WRONG.

Can anyone vouch or see where I am coming from?



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 05:29 PM
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Tbh after reading your conversation with the ice cream truck driver I didn't find him creepy though I can't say the same about you.

Just my 2 cents.

Edit to add:

I might have come across a bit harsh and rude but you can guess why so from reading your convo:


"Who are you working for, CIA? DEA? FBI? NSA?"

Guy: "Huh? What" (gives me a surprised look)


How would you react if someone comes to you out of blue asking you these questions?


"Well I'm on to you and your creepy ****ing truck thing" *at this point I do the fingers to my eyes and point them to him*


I am surprised the guy didn't smack you for this.


"So um...what can I get for a dollar?"

Guy: "well one of these...or those"

Nothing wrong with this


"Here..now gimme my ****"

Rude and obnoxious.


[edit on 13-2-2010 by December_Rain]



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 05:41 PM
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I don't think so buddy.

I have actually seen the google street view cars driving around, and they don't make any effort whatsoever to try and conceal what they are doing.

Google Street View Cars

I honestly have to agree with December_Rain as well, you sound a little creepy and paranoid.



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 05:45 PM
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I have seen the google car, and im sure many others have too, its no secret. it looks like this:



And... have you ever seen the pictures the cars take? Its 360°
So where would the camera be on the ice cream truck? Seriously.




Call me insane


You're paranoid.



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 05:46 PM
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I really think this thread is supposed to be sarcastic. Google street cars are no secret, so who in their "right" mind would think that Google needs to disguise their camera vehicles, none-the-less with run down ice cream trucks?

Don't get me wrong, I think Ice cream trucks are creepy too, but not enough to make a conspiracy about it!


Oh, and since when has your the man now dog been a reliable source for accurate pictures?



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 05:47 PM
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lol....wouldn't loads of pics then have tons of kids running after it waving money?

Actually, rereading it again...I am sure this is either a amusing toungue in cheek thread...if not OPs, if you truely are believing in this, I mean this in the most gentle way, but you might need to consult a therapist. basically, you scared the crap out of some ice cream dude....
if you remember your youth...the ice cream sandwiches and such from those trucks were always crappy, the guys whom are selling ice cream to the neighborhood are 3 steps from being homeless to begin with, and rarely does someone have the cash to trick out their truck.

check yourself in...find a place you feel you can trust and do a couple consults...they might identify a slight imbalance...right now your sort of living in a fog where reality and delusions are mixing...critical thinking suffers when your at that and things start to freak you out.

And if you dont, well...just dont do something stupid...kill the neighborhood dog because you think he is a secret martian come to take over all the fire hydrogens with poop bombs or something...

[edit on 13-2-2010 by SaturnFX]



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 05:47 PM
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These guys didnt have a hard time deciding it was a google street view car.




Neither should you.



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 05:58 PM
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Study Finds Ice Cream Trucks Leading Cause of Insanity




London, August 29, 2009 -- Ice cream trucks, the ubiquitous roaming purveyors of frozen dessert products that infest suburban neighbourhoods around the world, announcing their arrival using strident, uniformly irritating off-pitch melodies, have been found in a recent study to be a leading international cause of insanity.

The study, which was financed by the United Nations Bonkers Project and conducted by Bedbug Consulting, PLC of London, is based on the results of interviews with over 6,000 current and formerly insane individuals and their physicians cross-plotted with regional tracking data of ice cream truck densities, irritating ditty volumes, and appearance frequencies.


www.avantnews.com...



Did anyone here participate in the project? MysticMushroom?



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 06:02 PM
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Dude, do you get thrown out of places often ? You seem far more scary than any Mu MU Man,



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 06:10 PM
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I really think this thread is supposed to be sarcastic.


I really hope so too.




Don't get me wrong, I think Ice cream trucks are creepy too, but not enough to make a conspiracy about it!


I'll second that





Oh, and since when has your the man now dog been a reliable source for accurate pictures?





posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 06:12 PM
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This driver has CIA all over his face.
They are watching us all !!
Closely !!
Especially in summer time!



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 06:17 PM
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Er.... okay....

It isn't often (in fact - never) that I claim to be experiencing disturbed feelings because of an odd thread, but this would be one of those times.

I'm surprised you weren't told where to go, for being so rude. It seems that the ice cream man was entirely professional in deciding to serve you, despite your initial comments.

Next time, be polite, courteous, and make a recording.... Then you have solid evidence if you are right.

I don't believe you are though, but nice try.


Edit: spelling...

[edit on 13-2-2010 by dampnickers]



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 06:27 PM
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ROFL this cracks me up


I posted this as a joke in a thread ATS should make a board game

: You suspect the mobile ice cream van’s music is sending electronic mind control waves to the unsuspecting populace. Advance to the nearest safe house.

I should edit it to say : You suspect the mobile ice cream van’s being used as big brother. Advance to the nearest safe house.



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 06:34 PM
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OK...so you're kinda like Mel in Conspiracy Theory... on the other hand guys, I saw an interview on A&E called "Conversations with the Iceman." It was a series of interviews with a Mafia Hitman...called the Iceman, and on more than a few of his jobs, he used...an Ice Cream Truck. He claims over 114 hits, and he said the Ice cream Truck was perfect. He could go anywhere, in any neighborhood and nobody noticed. He even sold ice cream while scoping out the hit. Perfect cover. Maybe not so paranoid afterall...hmmm?



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 08:36 PM
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Tinfoil in your hat man, that's what you need.

I have it on authority that the "Mr Wippy" tune was composed by Beelzebub himself and played backwards actual says " There is lots of ice-cream in hell children " Ever wonder what the safety sign on the back of the truck that reads " MIND THAT CHILD " really means. Think about it. MIND ? Why not "watch".

And here is a very important question, How many Ice-cream men were killed in 9/11 ? They obviously knew to stay away. How did they know ? And why don't you ever see the Taliban eating ice-cream in their home videos ?

I am with you on this one MystikMushroom . There is just too many questions that can and should be raised.




P.S. It it a little known fact that Hitler had a part time job as an ice-cream man when he was a struggling artist.



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 08:38 PM
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Only people with sensitive teeth are safe.



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 08:51 PM
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probably a drug dealer, He seems not to sell enough ice cream for gas. Perfect cover for selling drugs to people and children



posted on Feb, 13 2010 @ 08:54 PM
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I saw the google car, and flipped it off.

I am on google earth with my central digit raised.

I hope you can see it because I'm doing it as hard as I can.

The car was a 1990ish chevy beretta. POS. Not an ice cream truck loaded with spooks.



posted on Feb, 14 2010 @ 01:40 AM
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Okay folks...

Yes I too have seen the google street cars.

The man seriously looked taken aback by my sudden (no one ever approaches the truck) accusations. He knew that I knew I was onto his pedophile-ass.

I also have ratted out state troopers at a local multi-day music festival.

I happen to own a real, authentic DEA hat -- Rocky Mountain Division if you care.

I noticed the couple camped next to us just didn't quite fit in. She ran around with huge peace sign ear rings, with tie-dye spandex pants. He was dressed like a character out of some bad film about the 1960s.

I walked over and asked the same -- "Who are you working for?"

I got a reaction from them I can only describe as shock.

"Who's your handler?" (like maybe we had the same one)

Then the male answered, "is it that obvious?"

I then played a game with these poor undercover saps. I said, "You see this hat? Yep -- it's supposed to be a joke --

But you see...it's the REAL DEAL -- they just don't hand these out. I had to give up some names. I'd tone it down a bit if I were you."

We then began a three-day relationship in which they would tell me "oh we're really not married.." and "we're just here to take names" kind of thing.

They were local, obviously...state troopers to be exact. The fact I have seen that same man in close proximity to the local trooper station since then solidifies my assertion.

They need to train and prepare these guys better. I had them thinking I was not even DEA, but beyond that -- DEEP cover. Like I didn't exist. They gave up ALL to me (shame on their trainers and agency)

I'm just a lowly guy w/a knack for sniffin' out people that don't fit in -- along with being a natural actor.

Call me paranoid -- but I know when I smell dead fish. These creepy ice cream trucks have alterier motives for sure.



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