01-09-13 01:00 AM
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  1. qbnkelt's Avatar
    What a bogus article. To blame the tool is foolish. Stick to the people who wield it.
    And in this specific case, a Blackberry?

    Why don't we also slam pastas and breads? I'm sure criminals use the energy the food provides for their crimes! But It's so plentiful that police cannot cut off crooks access!!

    Guilt by association is ignorant at best. Especially when it comes to a COMMUNICATIONS DEVICE. Idi0ts...
    a lot of women will tell you pasta is, by its very chemically addictive composition, criminal....
    BergerKing likes this.
    12-31-12 03:58 PM
  2. kill_9's Avatar
    a lot of women will tell you pasta is, by its very chemically addictive composition, criminal....
    When your husband passes onto the next life be sure to keep me in mind as your second. I'll bring the pasta. ROFLMAO
    12-31-12 04:04 PM
  3. kill_9's Avatar
    Why do you think a lot of politicians use Berry's.
    BlackBerries are for people whom get things done. Politicians rarely get anything done. Oh, I understand now...it is the - ahem - pressing the flesh - I mean handshaking with constituents - of the politicians which requires a BlackBerry.
    12-31-12 04:07 PM
  4. qbnkelt's Avatar
    When your husband passes onto the next life be sure to keep me in mind as your second. I'll bring the pasta. ROFLMAO
    No husband, love....but there is a Hugh Laurie doppelganger I fancy.....
    12-31-12 04:30 PM
  5. Sith_Apprentice's Avatar
    And I'm next in line after him
    pantlesspenguin likes this.
    12-31-12 04:43 PM
  6. Majestic Lion's Avatar
    I'll have to remember my ski mask the next time I send a BBM, then.
    12-31-12 07:28 PM
  7. donmateo's Avatar
    It was the #1 phone in politics....I could have told you criminals used it long ago.

    Sent from my BlackBerry 9900 using Tapatalk
    Sith_Apprentice likes this.
    12-31-12 07:39 PM
  8. Bobert_123's Avatar
    Example: When I send my girl certain messages on the phone, I choose to use bbm rather than texting.
    Haha nasty
    12-31-12 07:39 PM
  9. rigwrecker's Avatar
    This is not news. I have worked with guys that told me stories about BB burner phones "they" used to use. Raking in BIG $. ONLY for the BBM & PIN to PIN features. I was amazed and horrified all at the same time.

    side note... I agree with TJ about Q.... had to jump in.
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    12-31-12 08:01 PM
  10. kill_9's Avatar
    No husband, love....but there is a Hugh Laurie doppelganger I fancy.....
    Sorry I could never compete with Hugh Laurie, especially a Hugh Laurie doppleganger. LOL
    BergerKing likes this.
    12-31-12 08:31 PM
  11. omniusovermind's Avatar
    the only countries who can't wiretap BBM conversations with a warrant aren't westernized nations. That's a fact, supported by a major investigation I was part of resulting in 20 arrests in North America. If you seriously think NA and European law enforcement is stymied by BBM you're mistaken. Sorry bad guys!
    12-31-12 08:43 PM
  12. jakie55's Avatar
    a lot of women will tell you pasta is, by its very chemically addictive composition, criminal....
    And here I thought it was CHOCOLATE
    01-01-13 02:14 AM
  13. qbnkelt's Avatar
    And here I thought it was CHOCOLATE
    Oh nonononononono....chocolate is the great redeemer of all evils and the magic medicine to all that ails you!!!!

    PMS? Chocolate cures that
    Bad relationship? Chocolate cures that
    The Atlantic in between you and your man? Chocolate cures that
    Firewall rules and ports H3LL? Chocolate cures that
    Bad hair day? Chocolate cures that

    Oh....bringing it back to Blackberry being criminal so I don't get in trouble even if I blow this buzz......

    Didn't some of the London rioters get captured by the police tracking down their Blackberry communications? Did I read that correctly???

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2011/au...senger-looting

    What was the end result of the BB "cooperation" with police? If I'm not mistaken they did provide the suspects' messages, didn't they? I'm still trying to sober up from last night so my memory is a bit fuzzy....
    Last edited by qbnkelt; 01-01-13 at 04:12 AM.
    01-01-13 03:59 AM
  14. cerealberry's Avatar
    Wouldn't it just be easier to ban reproduction.. This was we can assure no future criminals..
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    01-01-13 06:41 AM
  15. DocDRM's Avatar
    Example: When I send my girl certain messages on the phone, I choose to use bbm rather than texting.
    BBMXting. Oh my! Q, other ladies, cover your eyes and your keyboards. Think the reference here is to dirty stuff.
    01-01-13 06:47 AM
  16. BergerKing's Avatar
    Oh nonononononono....chocolate is the great redeemer of all evils and the magic medicine to all that ails you!!!!

    PMS? Chocolate cures that
    Bad relationship? Chocolate cures that
    The Atlantic in between you and your man? Chocolate cures that
    Firewall rules and ports H3LL? Chocolate cures that
    Bad hair day? Chocolate cures that

    Oh....bringing it back to Blackberry being criminal so I don't get in trouble even if I blow this buzz......

    Didn't some of the London rioters get captured by the police tracking down their Blackberry communications? Did I read that correctly???

    London riots: BlackBerry to help police probe Messenger looting 'role' | UK news | The Guardian

    What was the end result of the BB "cooperation" with police? If I'm not mistaken they did provide the suspects' messages, didn't they? I'm still trying to sober up from last night so my memory is a bit fuzzy....
    Why yes, yes they did, much to the baddies' chagrin.
    01-01-13 07:13 AM
  17. BergerKing's Avatar
    When your husband passes onto the next life be sure to keep me in mind as your second. I'll bring the pasta. ROFLMAO
    Actually, I'd send Guiness and some noisemakers. BBM wake and partay.
    01-01-13 07:17 AM
  18. qbnkelt's Avatar
    Actually, I'd send Guiness and some noisemakers. BBM wake and partay.
    Sssssshhhhhh......don't mention noise right now please......just give the coffee time to kick in.......there's a drum solo in my head....

    Sent from my SEXY HOT RED SGIII using Tapatalk 2
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    01-01-13 07:34 AM
  19. Branta's Avatar
    Didn't some of the London rioters get captured by the police tracking down their Blackberry communications? Did I read that correctly???

    London riots: BlackBerry to help police probe Messenger looting 'role' | UK news | The Guardian

    What was the end result of the BB "cooperation" with police? If I'm not mistaken they did provide the suspects' messages, didn't they? I'm still trying to sober up from last night so my memory is a bit fuzzy....
    Any disclosures would have been the result of a search warrant or similar court order, simply to ensure the results could be used as evidence. In fact some cases were rather easier... the evidence was found in phones carried by criminals arrested in the riots, and it is more likely to be the carriers' accounting records which provided the link between a phone# and another suspect's identity.
    01-01-13 07:36 AM
  20. belfastdispatcher's Avatar
    I think most people are missing the point, sure, Police can access the messages with a warrant etc but only if they know the criminal's PIN. I presume a dedicated criminal will change it periodically, much like that NY politician or whatever he was lol. That's the secret, not encryption or anything else. With the amount of cheap older BBs on ebay I'd say it's pretty easy to cover your tracks.

    London rioters were just dumb kids, some from very wealthy families as it happens.
    01-01-13 07:51 AM
  21. omniusovermind's Avatar
    I think most people are missing the point, sure, Police can access the messages with a warrant etc but only if they know the criminal's PIN. I presume a dedicated criminal will change it periodically, much like that NY politician or whatever he was lol. That's the secret, not encryption or anything else. With the amount of cheap older BBs on ebay I'd say it's pretty easy to cover your tracks.
    You'd do well to investigate just what the federal agencies in charge of monitoring communications are capable of today. There's a reason their classification level in this one regard actually surpasses federal intelligence agencies. Of course that level of involvement wouldn't be available to normal police agencies.
    01-01-13 07:59 AM
  22. belfastdispatcher's Avatar
    Think of it as trying to catch a criminal that keeps changing cars. Not so easy.
    01-01-13 08:10 AM
  23. qbnkelt's Avatar
    BBMXting. Oh my! Q, other ladies, cover your eyes and your keyboards. Think the reference here is to dirty stuff.
    And do you really think we don't partake?????
    01-01-13 09:11 AM
  24. jakie55's Avatar
    Oh nonononononono....chocolate is the great redeemer of all evils and the magic medicine to all that ails you!!!!

    PMS? Chocolate cures that
    Bad relationship? Chocolate cures that
    The Atlantic in between you and your man? Chocolate cures that
    Firewall rules and ports H3LL? Chocolate cures that
    Bad hair day? Chocolate cures that

    Oh....bringing it back to Blackberry being criminal so I don't get in trouble even if I blow this buzz......

    Didn't some of the London rioters get captured by the police tracking down their Blackberry communications? Did I read that correctly???

    London riots: BlackBerry to help police probe Messenger looting 'role' | UK news | The Guardian

    What was the end result of the BB "cooperation" with police? If I'm not mistaken they did provide the suspects' messages, didn't they? I'm still trying to sober up from last night so my memory is a bit fuzzy....
    Whew. And I was worried about the mystical properties of Chocolate. And it's an antioxidant too!
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    01-01-13 09:22 AM
  25. jakie55's Avatar
    Sssssshhhhhh......don't mention noise right now please......just give the coffee time to kick in.......there's a drum solo in my head....

    Sent from my SEXY HOT RED SGIII using Tapatalk 2
    [SIZE=2]Clear liquor, like vodka....much better for hangovers.... Said very softly to keep the throbbing at bay.
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    01-01-13 09:25 AM
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