But when they told him it wasn't worth their time and effort to do anything about it, he knew he'd need to get his own revenge.
The box contained a Global Positioning System locator and accelerometer that triggered the phones to start recording when the box was moved, and when opened, released the glitter along with an automatic can of "fart spray".
Ah, glitter. As South Park's Eric Cartman once said, it's the herpes of the craft world.
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It was modified by Congress in 2017 to eliminate the tax penalty for most Americans who refused to obtain health insurance. Somewhere along the process, O'Connor's ruling on severability will get a very skeptical reading by the higher courts.
This is unlike the typical bait package with a simple Global Positioning System that police have started leaving around in recent years to thwart thieves.
Mark Rober, who worked for Nasa's Jet Propulsion Laboratory for nine years, said in a YouTube video that he spent six months building a "glitter bomb revenge package" after someone stole a parcel from his porch in May. It starts spinning when the thief opens the box. In the video, Rober says: "No joke you can clear a room with one spray of this". Rober's device purportedly captures video of what appears to be bungling bandits spewing obscenities as their package-stealing plots are thwarted by clouds of glitter and stench.
Rober installed several cameras inside the device to record their reactions.
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Cohen himself said in an interview shortly after the raids: "I am unhappy to have my personal residence and office raided". The application for the warrant was approved high in the Justice Department.
'Not only is it not cool, but on the plus side, you'll never find yourself in this situation'.
Only three of the top 10 metros that have stolen packages are also likely to have porch theft through the rest of the year.
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In the end, it seems silly to blame McKenzie for one simple fact: Gruden supposedly has final say in all personnel decisions . Oakland is not asking the court to block the Raiders move, but the city is seeking the maximum amount of damages available.