What is the context here?
@UDOTNO, prob some crap security service making him pay for something he didn't ask for lll
@I Dexios Divine I, lol*
@I Dexios Divine I, probably a guy who thought he bought a security camera, but failed to see the word "dummy" in the description
@UDOTNO, not sure, but it looks like a response I'd get whenever I have to email corporate/IT about a problem at my store
@UDOTNO, some guy got his bike stolen and as the apartments management for the footage of the cameras in his aparment building and this is the reply he received.
@crazypillowfight, this was my assumption. Some asshat backed into my parked car at my apartment complex and this was the same response I got from them
@crazypillowfight, i had a swindler In our apartment building and asked management for recordings to show the police. It was unfortunate that apparently the cameras in our building weren't working. How convenient..
I bet they're talking about the security at my college
@Danknss, I mean, out of all who wants to voluntarily go into College, amirite?
@Danknss, Oh yeah, and *out of all places
@Danknss, you'd be surprised. I worked for a moderately sized small college repairing and moving computers and printers around campus. During that time the campus police moved headquarters from one end of campus to the other and I had to help set up the security system and was shocked at how many screens they were using to watch multiple feeds cycling at regular intervals or set to switch on motion at night. If you had just three people watching the screens you could cover the campus' 500+cameras in under 5mins. During the day.
Is the building even real? Maybe IT'S there as a deterrent too.
Annnnnd that's how my bike got stolen
Oh hi mark