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PaulGG4
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12/5/2019 | 6:35:36 AM
Caption
THIS is how you plan to shine a light on Santa's cookie gobbling?
ANON1252597614247
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ANON1252597614247,
User Rank: Strategist
12/4/2019 | 5:28:00 PM
Elves hacking IoT
You know that Santa is just going to turn all of those cameras arouind right?
DANDREN554
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12/4/2019 | 3:47:29 PM
You Better Watch Out...
I wanted to surveil Santa while I was sleeping so I installed Amazon's new Ring camera with the neighborhood watchlist facial AI to alert me if it is a "suspicious" individual or if he's the real deal.
zydog
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zydog,
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12/4/2019 | 3:08:03 PM
Cameras are cheaper than Dad thought
Do you think we need more angles? Or do you think dad will finally admit that HE brings the presents?
Dredger23
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Dredger23,
User Rank: Strategist
12/4/2019 | 3:02:14 PM
Suspect #1 - Santa
I know Dad means well, but if Santa was bad, wouldn't he hack Alexa first?
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