21 October 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 106-109

Another box of parts to build, here we go.

Issues 106-109

Issue 106 - Flux Bands, Rear

Contents of Issue 106

Last of the flux boxes.  The rear boxes contain another set of lights, lighting the flux bands from both sides of the optic fiber-like tubing.  The added bonus of the actual wires are hidden in plain sight as...cables.  Genius!

Issue 107 - Flux Bands, Rear Left

Contents of Issue 107

Issue 108 - Flux Bands, Rear Right

Contents of Issue 108

Tackling Issues 107 and 108 back to back is the way to go, as it gets easier once you place the flux tube and add the photo-etched bands.  Your lighting tubes may not be the desired length but as long as you can tuck them behind the bands, you should be good.  

Lots of little AP and IP screws in the flux band builds, so take your time. Once you are done, it is quite rewarding.  During the initial build and restoration, bending and tubes around the DeLorean body was said to be the hardest part.  Luckily for us, these are pre-molded parts with pre-drilled holes.

Issue 109 - Tachyon Field Generator 

Parts of Issue 109

More wires and more twist ties. This issue, we build what is commonly known as the "worm hole emitter", but officially known as the Tachyon Field Generator.  

Once you are complete with Issue 109, it will look like this:

Build up to Issue 109

Pretty exiting, as we reach, and pass, the 100 count on one of the screws.  

Screw count:  102-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 19-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 3-GP, 16-NM, 3-MM, 9-KM, 2-LM, 21-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 6-MP 1-RM

to be continued...

01 October 2020


Many of us have spent the last 200 days in quarantine.  While some are starving for contact with others, no one, not even during a pandemic, welcomes a telemarketer call.

1 October 2020

 216-294-8637  Cleveland, OH - Early morning text...and we are using this old trick:


Again, so many flags.  They spell my name wrong. Close, but still wrong.  So, this is very unlikely my package.  "From 3/20/2020"?  Really?  That is almost 200 days ago.  What the fuck have you been doing for 200 days. I hope it is not something perishable in there.  That will surely stink up the place.  Fuck you!

  619-304-0824  San Diego, CA - Oh, this is going to be a long month.  Two calls coming in at the same time.  This one was silenced by the phone.  The next one...wait.  Forgot something.  Fuck you!


  620-220-6524  Kansas - Where was I?  Oh, the second one was tagged as a Fraud Risk by Call Protect. 

This is interesting.  Did a search on this number, really to see its location.  I mean, we have dealt with rolling consecutive numbers on phone numbers...but consecutive area codes?  Had to find out.  Well, it is from Kansas.  That is not the interesting part...this is.  Guess what came up.  

It was fucking "Nicole", again.  That bitch is everywhere.  Remember last month's entry, I told this bitch to get on a flight to her next 'destination'?   Well, the cunt landed somewhere in Kansas.  I guess we will hear from her tomorrow from another 'secret location'.  Fuck you!

  310-849-5534  Beverly Hills, CA - The day is barely half over and we already received four calls...and it is only the first of the month.  Fuck you!

5 October 2020

  deanmoore198688@gmail.com - Early Monday morning, before 7AM text.  Other than a computer/robot, who formats their money like that?  "Hey Bob, could I borrow ten and zero cent for breakfast?  I'll pay you back."  Also, "make five hundred" what?  


Again, many issues with grammar, here.  Not very clear with information.  If you say 'hey', do you really need 'holla'?  Why is "HEY" and "NO" in all caps?  Fuck YOU!

7 October 2020

  310-849-9962  Beverly Hills, CA - This number seems familiar.  Did I not block this one?  Fuck you!

  310-849-6789  Beverly Hills, CA - I kinda always wanted a number that was easy to remember like "1234" or "5678".  This surely spoofed number has a great sequence in "6789".  You still suck donkey dick. So, fuck you!

8 October 2020

  424-363-8766  Redondo Beach, CA - We received two texts from this number.  Back to back, about 15 seconds apart.  They are the same text, most likely sent by an intern robot.  Total rookie mistake to send back to back texts.  

Also rookie mistake, asking me to 'click on link' and not provide a fucking link.  How is one supposed to see this glorious 2 bed/3bath/1408 square foot property?  

Minutes away from the beach, you say?  Well, with a name like Redondo Beach, I hope it is close to the beach.  Of course depending your definition of "minutes", it could also mean hours.  We talking minutes by foot or jet fighter at full afterburner?

Who do I know looking to buy?  As a 'realtor' that is your fucking job.  I am just sitting here, rubbing one out and all of a sudden I am asked to do research for you.  I do not text random people and ask, 'who do you know craving french fries'.  Fuck you!

   771-441-9472  District of Columbia - Blocked by Call Protect and label as Spam Risk by the phone. Based on origin of number, this has to be some political jargon.  Fuck you!

15 October 2020
  864-278-2278 - Spartanburg, SC - How cool is the name Spartanburg for a city?  Even the phone number is cool, rolling off the tongue with ease, two-seven-eight...two-two-seven-eight.  But, that is about all you got going for you.  Fuck you!

20 October 2020
  216-327-8266  Cleveland, OH - They are trying to sell me something.  Not enough details for me to click the link

Could they be talking about penis size?  Pretty sure I am already a small.  Who has a XXL penis, and why would you go down that many sizes in that short of time?  I really should start sending replying to these texts with dick pics.  Fuck you!

22 October 2020
  562-817-5817  Compton, CA - One advantage of having a long outgoing message, robots get confused and are unable to leave a complete message.  Also, setting your phone to ignore calls that are not on your phone list is awesome.  Fuck you!

07 September 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 103, 104, 105, 114

More missing issues arrived!  This allows us to not only continue our build, but we also get to dive into the parts that were shipped to us months ago.  With this shipment, we are kinda back on track. Although, we do have issues that are about forty ahead of our current build.

Issues 103, 104, 105, 114

Issues 103-105 are what we need right now.  We have 107-113 waiting, and 114 just keeps us on 'schedule'.

Issue 103 - Cable and Wires, Right Side

Parts in Issue 103

This is the same as where we last left off with issues 101 and 102, just on the other side.  More wires and more twist ties.

Issue 104 - Junction Box, Top Left

Contents of Issues 104

Issue 104 - Junction Box, Top Right

Contents of Issue 105

Issues 104 and 105 deal with the flux boxes mounted on the T-panel.  Some more fiber optic like tubes as with the front flux boxes.  Pretty straight forward build that should be familiar.

Issue 114 - Reactor Drum

Parts in Issue 114

We are not going to get to this issue this time. This was a relatively stress-free shipment that only required intermediate building skills.  Next time we continue with Issue 106 and on. I have already took a peek in the box and it looks like fun.  

Build up to Issue 105

Screw count:  96-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 19-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 3-GP, 16-NM, 2-MM, 9-KM, 2-LM, 15-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 6-MP 1-RM

to be continued...

02 September 2020

FUCK YOU, STOP CALLING ME - September 2020

 The other day the news was on the background and they teased an upcoming story.  Guess the story.  Yep. "If you received a message about a overdue package delivery...beware of scam...".  Well, look what the first call/text is.

2 September 2020

  661-238-5659  Tehachapi, CA - First we had Connecticut, then New York, now California.  I know the postal service is not this incompetent.  By the way, this is supposed to be from the USPS.  I doubt the fine folks there would ever 'forget' a package from March.  Again, six months to deliver something when we have shit like next day and same day delivery?  Fuck you!

3 September 2020

  310-849-6140  Beverly Hills, CA - Kinda a relief to just get a regular telemarketer call from a spoofed number.  No text for some undelivered package that has been sitting at some unknown facility since the Stone Age, CBD promo, or some other scam.  But still, fuck you! 

5 September 2020

 800-433-4659 - One of those typical Saturday telemarketer calls.  Did a quick search and the 800-433-XXXX is linked to phone scams.  Shocked!  Fuck you!

8 September 2020

  310-944-9872 Redondo Beach, CA - This is the first of three calls within about a twenty minute span.  Fuck you!

  201-771-5601  Dumont, NJ - Second call of the day.  Fuck you

Three calls within twenty minutes.  

  203-643-0897  Brandford, CT - Well, this one left a message:

I did a search on 844-790-2700 and first results are from robocallers.  Sorry, "Nicole", you will have to cold call someone else.  Oh, Nicole...one more thing...fuck you!

  714-686-9614  Gardena, CA - Oh cool, I have another package from six months ago that has yet to be delivered. Tell you what...take that package and shove it up your ass.  Fuck you!

9 September 2020

  310-398-5894  Los Angeles, CA -  Today happens to be California Admission Day.  On 9 September 1850, California became the 31st state.  So, it is fitting that I get a call from California at six o'clock in the morning.  Anyone want to guess what this was about?  They left a message...

Clue, the transcript was in code...or in another language.  If you guessed the call came from some Chinese telemarketer, you are correct!  I wonder if the message was to inform me of an undelivered package.  Fuck you!

  747-236-9056  Los Angeles, CA - Another undelivered package.  For those keeping track this is the fourth package that I have sitting in some secret warehouse.  At least this one is from August, so only a month in storage.  Fuck you!

10 September 2020

  302-480-3805  Dover, DE - This is apparently the fifth package that needs to be delivered.  Wait, five packages?  Could these be the five lions?  Maybe if I get all five, I can form Voltron.  Fuck you!

12 September 2020

  ernaguluccivut5133@hotmail.com - How is anyone supposed to take this shit seriously?

How many red flags do you see?  

- Shit email address
- No information, just a link
- Link based on foreign soil

Check, check, and check.  Fuck you!

15 September 2020
  714-313-1598  Anaheim, CA - Dude, pro tip, check your grammar.  There are no commas, periods, or any sort of punctuations in this text.  Random words are capitalize, some which should be capital are not.


So, Apple wants to put a sticker on my car, but I need to contact some fool with a gmail address?   Dude, another pro tip, at least get an Apple address.  Also, 'small sticker'?  Like the ones that used to come with Apple products?  I feel like Apple could save a lot of money buy just bringing those back.  People used to put those on their cars, for free.  Fuck you!

16 September 2020
  publicrecordsnoticempnqaiwkd@zg0xjf.com  - No, seriously.  That is the address


You know how many people can type without looking at their hands?  Well, trying to type out this email address, I found out that I am not one of those people.  I got the first part, then it went all to shit, as I needed to hunt and peck.  Fuck you!

17 September 2020
  951-406-4304  Riverside, CA - Coming down from the rafters, Call Protect dives down to intercept this call.


We are in voting season, so get ready to be bombarded with these telemarketer calls.  Fuck you!

21 September 2020

   646-394-1034  New York, NY - Another one of those calls where the Asian bot leaves a message in a foreign language.  Do you understand the words that are coming out of this bot?  Fuck you!

23 September 2020

  858-504-7890  Rancho Santa Fe, CA - Sounds like an expensive neighbourhood.  Too bad your town is infested with telemarketers.  Fuck you!

24 September 2020

  628-266-3533  Corte Madera, CA - Go fuck yourself!

  310-599-3843  Compton, CA - Second call in less than an hour.  Go fuck yourself!

  323-290-7962  Los Angeles, CA - Third call of the day.  Another foreign voicemail that makes no sense to me.  Fuck you!

27 September 2020

  310-560-6788  Santa Monica, CA - First call on a Sunday evening.  Fuck you!

  310-560-6788  Santa Monica, CA - Second call, four minutes later.


No message was left.  Obviously, not that important.  Most likely a telemarketer.  Fuck you!

28 September 2020

  682-382-8941  Fort Worth, TX - Take a closer look at the image below. The first call came in and it was intercepted by Call Protect.  This is obviously a Spam Risk, thank you Call Protect for the confirmation.  Note the number ending with 2841 (at the bottom of image).  Fuck you!

28 September 2020

682-382-8942  Fort Worth, TX - Now look at the second number, which is at the top, yes they left a voicemail...we will get to that.  Note the that second number came through, but was silenced thanks to a feature on the phone.  The number has the same area code, same prefix...and the suffix is 8942, just one number higher than the previous call which was less than a minute before.

These two calls could have been executed at the same time. Attacking from multiple angles, so to speak.  Here is the transcript of the message:

While "Nicole" sounds like an actual human being in the recording, it does not excuse the fact that this is totally a spam call.  Note that it was labeled  as "Spam Risk" buy the phone, that is the first strike.  Second strike, the call back number listed is not the same as the number which the call originated from.  

Yes, of course I looked up the number.  Any wild guesses to what results came up?  Bingo!  Spam!  I also looked up "Interstate Brokers".  They have a website that has not been updated since 2009.  They may not even exist.  Plus their offices are in Los Angeles.  

The other result from "Interstate Brokers" is Interstate Brokers of America.  One of their social media accounts has one post from almost 5 months ago, with no likes or comments.  They also have only three followers.  Another one of their social media accounts simply does not exist. I think that is enough research for this to conclude.

How many strikes is that?  Yeah. Fuck you!

29 September 2020
  762-435-5839  Monticello, GA - Oh look, it is "Nicole", again.


I also noticed that "Nicole" called earlier this month.  Look at the 8 September entry, she called from  Bradford, CT.  Yesterday, it was Fort Worth, TX.  Today, Monticello, GA.  Where is this bitch going to call me from tomorrow.  Hey last day of the month is tomorrow, better get on that flight soon.  Fuck you!

30 September 2020

  310-849-4501  Beverly Hills, CA - Oh, how we have missed those Beverly Hills calls.  Congratulations, you got flagged by Call Protect and silenced by the phone.  Fuck you!

01 September 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 099-102

 It has been a while since we received four consecutive issues.  Lots of detailed work on these issues, get your tweezers and needle-nosed pliers and, let us get right to it.

Issues 99-102

Issue 099 - Front Flux Bands

Parts in Issue 099

Ah, the front flux bands.  If the Time Machine was an adolescence kid with crooked teeth, the front flux band would be its braces.  More of those gorgeous photo-etched parts to form the bands.  Fortunately for us, and at this scale, these were easy to mount.

Issue 100 - Front Left Flux Cables

Parts in Issue 100

It may not look like there is much in the bag, but there is a lot of work involved in this part of the build.  The molded (black) cable just plugs into the connector and then screwed into the flux box.  The cluster of coloured wires also plug in the flux box.  Then the fun begins as you twist tie the coloured wire bundle to the molded wire.  This is where your tweezers, needle-nosed pliers, and small hands come in.  Also, helps to have a little patience and good lighting.  

Was that fun?  Good.  You will get to do it again, later.  But first...

Issue 101 - Rear Left Flux Cables

Totally out of focus image of the parts in Issue 101

Finishing up the flux cables on the left side.  Very similar to Issue 100, you have one molded cable and a cluster of coloured wires.  There is a fun part where you need to untwist and separate the wires...then, slowly and patiently insert each wire into a small bracket...in a certain order.  You get to twist tie the cables together here, too.

Issue 102 - Front Right Flux Cables

Contents of Issue 102

Oh, you know you love to twist tie those wire together.  Same as Issue 100, now do the right side.  Enjoy

Here is were we are at the completion of issue 102:

Assembled car up to Issue 102

Now, we go back to the waiting game for the next shipment.  Will we get the next issues, or will we get issues from the future?

Screw count:  96-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 19-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 3-GP, 14-NM, 2-MM, 8-KM, 2-LM, 14-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 5-MP 1-RM

to be continued...

22 August 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 093, 094, 097, 098 - Part II

This is a bonus multi-issue post.  We last left off, exhausted, at Issue 091.  Luckily, we found some 'time' to dive back into this project.  So, quick build of last shipment of issues before we get to our current box of parts.

We start off with Issue 092 - Tail Lights

Contents of Issue 092

Ah, they tail lights.  These boards kinda look like the PCB in my car.  There are a bunch of LED to light up the tail lights.  Want to know what is exciting?  You get to dig up that rear fascia from Issue 001.  For me, that was way back in September of 2017.  Almost three years ago, and we are still waiting for issues to arrive.  Anyway, you get to finally mount that first ever piece onto the car.

Note, the LED's that are mounted on the PCB may not line up perfectly with the holes on your rear fascia.  Find out which hole is not quite fitting and shave a little with either a knife or drill bit.  You may want to remove the tail light housing.  Do not alter the LED bulbs.

Oh...also, you need to remove the rear bumper just to fit it on the car...then replace the bumper.  Why do they do this?  I bet since it was Issue 001, they wanted to make a nice display piece, a complete rear fascia for you to display.  I am sure many have dipped their toe into this project, only to find out that it takes months...years to complete.  Well, at least if you bought into it, you have something.

Here is where we need to jump into another box of shipments since.

Issues 093, 094, 097, 098

Between the last box and this box, we are just going to power through this.

Issue 093 - Front Fascia

Contents of Issue 093

Well, it makes sense that after we installed the rear fascia, we get to the front.  I would have made more sense to ship us the rear fascia around this point rather than in the very beginning.  

Anyway, here is something fun.  The folks at Eaglemoss have captured an imperfection that exists in some DeLoreans.  This is what is known as the 'eyebrow'.

DeLorean eyebrow

To my knowledge, the A Car has a near perfect front fascia.  No eyebrows.  On a side note, I think the headlight sockets looks like koalas.  I like koalas

Issue 094 - Grille

Parts in Issue 094

The photo-etched rock catcher is quite beautiful. 

Issue 095 -  Front Bumper

Parts in Issue 095

We go back to previous shipment for these parts.  This is also the last of the flux band brackets, they go along the perimeter of the front bumper.

Like the front fascia assembly this is a quick and easy build.  You may have a little trouble connecting the wires from the main body to the headlight wires from the fascia.  But, this is nothing like the task from our last post.

Issue 096 - Left Rocker Panel

Parts in Issue 096

Issue 097 - Right Rocker Panel

Parts in Issue 097

Issues 096 and 097 are mirrors of each other.  Just make sure when you stick down the door sill that the DMC is facing the correct way.  

Issue 098 - Front Flux Boxes

Contents of Issue 098

Our first flux boxes!  This is exciting. We also have some fiber optic tubes that will help those flux band glow.  But first those flux boxes need to be mounted on the front fenders.

When you are done up to this point, it will look like this:  

Progress up to Issue 098

I know, it has been a while since we posted a progression photo.  Yes, I tape up the doors, hood, and engine cover so they stay closed.  Otherwise, they will flop open when transporting or when there is a need to work on the underside of the vehicle.

Progress of build up to Issue 098

While we are missing some issues:   103, 104, 105, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141 142 143, 144, 145, 146

We have another set of parts ready to assemble, that is it for now.

Screw count:  94-AP, 25-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 38-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 19-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 3-GP, 14-NM, 1-MM, 7-KM, 2-LM, 10-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 2-LP, 4-MP 1-RM

to be continued...

13 August 2020

Build the Back to the Future Time Machine - Issues 087, 092, 095, 096

 We finally got Issue 087, an important issue needed to move on to other issues.

Issues 087, 092, 095, 096

We are just going to jump right to it.

Issue 087 - Roof interior

Contents of Issue 087

We have waited months for this, and it is finally here.  This issue completes the ceiling panel.   More wiring for lights.  If, like me, you moved a little ahead on your build while waiting for back issues to arrive...well, you will need to undo some areas to get pieces to fit.  For me, this included removing the inside panels so the ceiling piece can be fitted in.  Once complete, you can move on to the next issue.

But, if you are in the same goofy-ass schedule as me, you move on to Issue 091.  Way back in January, like eight months ago, I had already completed some areas of 091.  Of course, I was stuck with a number of issues yet received.  Well, here we are in August and we can finally tackle this issue.

Get ready for a ride.  This issue (091) is the most involved and will test your patience. The main task is to merge the upper body on to the chassis and interior.   

First, you need to connect all the wires from the body.  This includes the lights for the doors, ceiling panel (just completed in 087) and trunk (bonnet).  Remember those little number tags?  Make sure you double-check those and make sure they match.  Then, check again with the colour of the wires.  

Once you have your wires connected, the fun begins.  Make sure your wires are out of the way.  The engine bay wall will want to pinch the wires.  You will never get the top to meet the bottom.  Also, remember those inside panels?  They are in front of the door.  Make sure those are mounted flush.  Otherwise, the dash will not allow the top to settle into the bottom.  At this point, I am over an hour into the struggle.

Tired yet?  Oh, pro tip:  To get the wires out of the way, remove the passenger side air deflector from the chassis.  It is only seven screws.  This will give you access to the wires and a bent paper clip can hook the wires back and allow the engine bay wall to sit properly.  The nightmare is not over.

Before I continue, there is a new screw introduced in this issue, the RM.  Anyway, back to your regularly schedule nightmare.

When you finally get the body to settle onto the chassis, there are eight screws to secure it.  Two on the front, two in back, and two on either side.  Good new, eight screws...this should be no problem.  Oh, no.  You may need to see a psychiatrist after this part.  Maybe it is just on my build, maybe it is because the damn parts have been sitting for months and things shifted and warped.

The screw bosses do not line up with the holes!

One is perfect.  Half of them are okay.  About three of them will put you in a fit of rage.  I think I lost five pounds from sweating during this phase.  It will help if you had an extra set of hands.  I needed to squeeze the sides while someone else started the screw.  Once you get a few turns of the screw, you are home free.  Now, do it three more times..

Lucky for me, I noticed that my wires were being pinched.  So, I had to take it apart and do this again.  I think I spent about two hours on this part.  Once I was done with 091, that was it.  I did not get to 092, which is in this shipment.  Too damn exhausted to continue. 

We will get to the next few issues in the next episode.  We have a few shipments that should keep us busy for a few weekends.  Looks like Eaglemoss is restocking and shipping back issues.  Still, we are missing a few.

The missing issues include:   104, 105, 114, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 125, 126, 127, 128, 129, 130, 131, 132, 133, 134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141 142 143, 144, 145, 146

Screw count:  92-AP, 23-BP, 2-CP, 22-AM, 13-BM, 4-EM, 4-CM, 34-DM, 3-DP, 1-FM, 3-GM, 3-HM, 2-IM, 2-EP, 19-FP, 2-JM, 5-HP, 3-GP, 12-NM, 1-MM, 5-KM, 2-LM, 9-IP, 1-OM, 1-PM, 4-JP, 2-KP, 3-QM, 1-LP, 4-MP 1-RM

to be continued...

02 August 2020


There has to be some sort of algorithm to telemarketer calls/texts.  I doubt it is random.  Sometimes there is a long break between calls and texts, sometimes we get multiple per day.

2 August 2020
  917-972-8264  New York - As expected, another CBD text.  This CBD campaign seems to have replaced the DoorDash attacks.  I may have jinxed this.  Surprised that there was no call/text yesterday on the first of the month.  But today, on a Sunday, I get a text.  What is the pattern?  Here is something we can always count on, fuck you!

6 August 2020
  creditalertsauqnahmwp@47dybv.com - Let us take a look at this email address.  Credit Alert Sauqnahmwp.  What the fuck is Sauqnahmwp?  Okay, maybe it is Credit Alerts Auqnahmwp.  So, what the fuck is an Auqnahmwp?  Pro tip:  If you have a credit alert company, maybe name it with something more legit...like "Miramar Credit Alert".


Now, check out that link.  Is the "ogruuqw" part of the link?  Why is it not blue? 

Speaking of company name, maybe invest in a better domain name than a number and some letters.  This is not a license plate, this is your "company".  I am going to do out on a limb and say this is a scam.  Fuck you!

10 August 2020
  210-729-2422  San Antonio, TX - Look at this mess


First, they sent to to ten people, hoping that one of these idiots (including me) bites.  There is "phishing" and there is "kasting a wide knet".  

Second, what the fuck are they trying to say here?  What does that number mean?  What website ends with a % sign?  If you are trying to get people to fall for your shitty scam, make an effort to make your message look legit.  Also, do not sent it o ten people at once.

Third, fuck you!

  213-201-7273  Los Angeles, CA - Total robocaller.  Left a message, but it was automated.  Only a portion of the message was received.    Something about mileage and warranty.  Uh, have you checked the news lately?  There is no mileage on anything when shit is on lockdown. Fuck you!

12 August 2020
  310-599-4292  Compton, CA - Another one to add to our block list.  Fuck you!

17 August 2020
  619-762-6194  Coronado, CA - Oh, they left a voicemail.

Yeah, looks totally legit...NOT!  Total robocall.  Their machine was talking to my machine.  There will be Judgement Day.  Fuck you!

19 August 2020
  541-325-2603 Oregon - Apparently, they are hiring folks to work from home for $500 a week.  Yep, that is it.  No info on what the job is, just $500 a week.  I assume that is before taxes.  No information on how many hours a week I need to work to get that $500.  Am I working 20 hours a week, or are we talking about 80 hour work weeks.  Fuck you!

21 August 2020
  f74c3445@dyfl4h.com - Well, holy shit!  Apparently, I have over $500 from the state that I need to claim.  Uh, just look at the address this bullshit is from.  With all these ridiculous taxes, do you really think the state is owes me money?  Fuck you!

22 August 2020
  cashappalertsjxoibtfcjfsduxfvfl@yahoo.com - I know it totally looks like I just typed 'cashappalerts-at-yahoo-dot-com', then my I moved my mouse and my cat attacked the mouse, leaving the cursor just after 'alerts'.  I know it sound crazy...but, then my cat stepped on the keyboard and "jxoibtfcjfsduxfvfl" was inserted in before the '@'.  No, that was the actual email address that sent this. Here is the screen shot:


Also, why does Cash App have a yahoo email address?  Fuck you!

25 August 2020
  inw-k-e-t-o-iqnowegyeg@yahoo.com - Imagine looking at a resume for someone and they give you this as their email address.  That resume goes straight into the shredder, regardless of qualifications.

Wait, are you saying I am fat?   Although losing 50 pound in 60 days sounds great.  Knowing these scams, I will most definitely lose more than £50 in days (see what I did there?).  Oh, but it is free.  Fuck you!

  310-683-6068  Redondo Beach, CA - No message left, so I know idea what they are trying to push.  Looks like another spoofed number.  Still, fuck you!

27 August 2020
  860-574-5786  Connecticut - So, I got a text message.  I also did a quick search on the number and someone else got about same message.  With a questionable link.  

we came across a package from March owed to you. Please claim ownership and schedule for delivery here: l3smr.info/i4ZOxUu9OvC

Some of the information, like the web address is slightly different, but it is essentially the same message.  Usually shit like this are from spoofed numbers.  So, it looks like they are reusing these numbers to try to scam others.  It is all scams however you look at it.  

What kind of operation are you running where you sit on someone's parcel for six months?  Since you texted me, i is obvious you have my information...just fucking deliver it, like you were supposed to six months ago, you fucking slacker.  Fuck you!

28 August 2020
  917-943-8437  New York - Oh, I got another one of those "claim your package" notifications.  This time from New York.   So, it seems that  I have a package in New York and one in Connecticut...and both have been sitting there for over six months.  

Hey everyone, this is the new scam.  No more CBD stuff.  Wait, what if the packages are CBD supplements?  Fuck you!

29 August 2020
   rewardsandmoreqrhwwsncj@yahoo.com - Again, the email address is questionable, but everything else seems legit.

Okay, the grammar is questionable, but other than that, this has to be legit.  Wait, the kinda incorrectly  spelled PayPal...and the address is totally questionable.  So, other than that, this is totally legit.  Fuck you!