How they steal your card at ATM

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Abdul Alhazred
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How they steal your card at ATM

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Interesting trick. What to watch out for.

How they steal your card at ATM
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Re: How they steal your card at ATM

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Bump.
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This is why I don't have a card.
When one considers that our planet is doomed, at least as far as life is concerned, it is impossible to put meaningful value on the titanic forward struggle of life on Earth through billions of years. This struggle, whether conscious or not, appears agonizingly futile if the gigantic mass contribution can not be perpetuated.
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This is why I use Wooldridge's card.

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CHARLEY_BIGTIME wrote:This is why I use Wooldridge's card.
That would explain where my card went.
When one considers that our planet is doomed, at least as far as life is concerned, it is impossible to put meaningful value on the titanic forward struggle of life on Earth through billions of years. This struggle, whether conscious or not, appears agonizingly futile if the gigantic mass contribution can not be perpetuated.
- Philip N. Shockey, "Space Journal", March-May, 1959