He made the payment on the couple's 35th wedding anniversary, making these arguably the most romantic and inconvenient 62,000 pennies on the planet. At least he rolled them. Even though, we stress again, he totally didn't have to. You don't, either. Not even if you're paying Comcast. We mention that for no particular reason.
Man Gets Revenge On eBay Scammer By Setting Up A Fake Blog For Him
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In 2005, Thomas Sawyer purchased a laptop on eBay for 375 pounds from seller Amir Tofangsazan. The laptop took two months to arrive and, when it did, Sawyer discovered that it did not work. Tofangsazan brushed off all requests for a refund, so Sawyer took matters into his own hands. After some fancy technological footwork, Sawyer recovered enough of the hard drive to enact a creative, albeit humiliating, revenge.
The buyer found more than 90 voyeuristic photos of women's legs, shot on the London subway, in addition to several kinds of porn and tons of personal information -- including Tofangsazan's CV, passport, and selfies. So, Sawyer used what he had gathered from the hard drive to set up a mock blog written from Tofangsazan's perspective.
"If only I had washed that huge pile of laundry so I could take a selfie with a damn shirt on."