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November 01, 2013, 08:22:23 PM
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I bet it was stolen in Russia. TSA has nothing to do with it.
TSA will cut your lock only if it is not TSA compatible AND they see something on Xray machine. They will call you before they take anything.

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November 01, 2013, 08:26:56 PM
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If they were lost after you arrived in the US, it is possible the TSA might have randomly searched the luggage and taken the chips because they couldn't figure out what they were. Usually they leave a notice in the suitcase when they do this kind of thing, but not always.

Do they cut locks?

Yes they do. That is the reason, shops here in Airports sell TSA approved locks.
These locks can be opened using a master key which all TSA personnel will have. If you use those locks, they will not break it.
Else they will.!

I have had the experience.

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November 01, 2013, 08:28:18 PM
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Does anybody know where I can get the BitFury chips in USA?
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November 01, 2013, 08:52:43 PM
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Does anybody know where I can get the BitFury chips in USA?

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November 01, 2013, 10:26:43 PM
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I had 2 BFL sample chips stolen out of my mailbox, along with an AVR Dragon in a separate package.

I'm pretty sure that whoever took them has no idea wtf either item is.

I don't wish them cancer or castration.  Instead I wish for them to see the error of their ways, and to learn to change them.

I guess I'm not very Russian at heart. Cheesy

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November 01, 2013, 10:29:41 PM
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I had 2 BFL sample chips stolen out of my mailbox, along with an AVR Dragon in a separate package.

I'm pretty sure that whoever took them has no idea wtf either item is.

I don't wish them cancer or castration.  Instead I wish for them to see the error of their ways, and to learn to change them.

I guess I'm not very Russian at heart. Cheesy

Sad thing is they prob threw them in the trash because they had no clue what they did.

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November 01, 2013, 11:15:54 PM
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Someone stole my sandwich out of the refrigerator at work.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

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November 01, 2013, 11:21:59 PM
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Someone stole my sandwich out of the refrigerator at work.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

Lol some fucker stole my lunch at work too before

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November 01, 2013, 11:48:34 PM
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Someone stole my sandwich out of the refrigerator at work.   Roll Eyes Roll Eyes

Lol some fucker stole my lunch at work too before

I bet it was TSA keeping you guys safe from shared-fridge germs!  Grin

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November 02, 2013, 10:09:12 AM
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Дорогая российская таможня аэропорта домодедово: надеюсь вы подавитесь этими чипами. Какими нужно быть ублюдками чтобы воровать из сумок, которые люди собирают, платят за перевес, т.е. фактически платят вам зарплату? Я хочу пожелать вам и вашим детям рака, чтобы со временем человеческий генофонд самоочистился от таких ублюдков как вы и их потомков. Потрачена куча времени в поиске, сейчас я буду разбираться с авиакомпанией, надеюсь что вас найдут и оторвут вам яйца!

Heh, very elaborate message for the Russian customs... Do you think they read this forum? If nothing else was stolen, and it wasn't inside job, you didn't lose them, TSA didn't steal them, then one of the customs workers knew what those chips were.. Sorry for your loss, man
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November 02, 2013, 10:24:13 AM
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i doubt someone wanted to steal just you 4 chips man ... unless they were some other kind of chips  Wink Grin
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November 02, 2013, 08:01:39 PM
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i doubt someone wanted to steal just you 4 chips man ... unless they were some other kind of chips  Wink Grin


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November 02, 2013, 08:07:26 PM
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I hope that you and your kids get cancer.
The kids can't help it that they have assholes for parents so take pity on them. Karma will get the parents sooner or later and then the kids will likely become orphans.
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November 02, 2013, 08:27:32 PM
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@OP

I feel bad for you.

@All

just stop generating ideas how he could lost it. It was stolen. He knows this. I know this. Because we are both Russians. I know that the admitting the fact that people working in Russian airports are doing things like this is not really good for myself but what I can do if it is truth? They used to do, they do, and they will do, it seems.

The really strange thing is that chips are gone, but the other stuff like iPhone is not.


Edit. To be honest, I miss the ancient times when the one convicted was getting his right hand chopped off. On next evidence - his left hand...
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November 02, 2013, 10:49:25 PM
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Edit. To be honest, I miss the ancient times when the one convicted was getting his right hand chopped off. On next evidence - his left hand...

Yeah, because mutilation is a fitting punishment for a minor property crime! Oh, wait...

Good thing is, people like you don't decide the punishments anymore. It's called progress.

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November 03, 2013, 02:33:23 AM
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I've had cases opened at DME. The baggage handlers go through them looking for whatever. With mine they couldn't be bothered to zip the bag up. Security then put some tape around the bag to stop the contents falling out too much hassle to zip it. Its likely the same happened but security where more kind to you than me a re-zipped the bag for you. In the process anything small could of fallen out.

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November 03, 2013, 07:58:49 AM
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Edit. To be honest, I miss the ancient times when the one convicted was getting his right hand chopped off. On next evidence - his left hand...

Yeah, because mutilation is a fitting punishment for a minor property crime! Oh, wait...

Good thing is, people like you don't decide the punishments anymore. It's called progress.

Yes, it is a progress in its definition. By the way, what progress did to the people in last ten-fifteen years? Just ask 100 people in the street how much is nine by seven.
You will be shocked.
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November 03, 2013, 08:37:21 AM
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Edit. To be honest, I miss the ancient times when the one convicted was getting his right hand chopped off. On next evidence - his left hand...

Yeah, because mutilation is a fitting punishment for a minor property crime! Oh, wait...

Good thing is, people like you don't decide the punishments anymore. It's called progress.

Yes, it is a progress in its definition. By the way, what progress did to the people in last ten-fifteen years? Just ask 100 people in the street how much is nine by seven.
You will be shocked.

No, it is not a progress, it is progress. As in, we have progressed past the point when mutilation was accepted as a fitting punishment for such minor crimes. And for good reason.

For the rest, what does that have to do with mutilation? Do you suggest we start cutting body parts off people who fail at mathematics too?

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November 03, 2013, 09:01:52 AM
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No, it is not a progress, it is progress. As in, we have progressed past the point when mutilation was accepted as a fitting punishment for such minor crimes. And for good reason.

For the rest, what does that have to do with mutilation? Do you suggest we start cutting body parts off people who fail at mathematics too?

I don't. The fact I miss it _sometimes_ does not meant that I want it. I have four kids. Three of them adults already. I managed to grew them up without resorting to use of belt a single time. So, I believe that it is possible to develop a society without such a brutal laws. But _sometimes_ the only way you see is that.

Edit: I'm sorry, I reviewed the post we are discussing now and see that I did not express myself precisely: _sometimes_ is missed while I meant to say "_sometimes_ I miss..."
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