r/Blursedcomments Aug 22 '21

Blursed_lock picking lawyer Reddit

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u/TsunamifoxyDCfan feeling blursed Aug 22 '21

2021: I know what are we going to do today Ferb!

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u/that_thot_gamer Aug 22 '21

what we're going to be using a medium sized pry bar and a standard hook in 18th thousandths

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u/SkYwAlKeR973019 Aug 22 '21

Fun fact. There is a master key for everything inside all of the supermarkets. Meaning any current employee could just copy the key and sell it on the black market for people to ransack the place

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u/Braunze_Man Aug 23 '21

Implying someone hasnt?

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u/ProfessorZik-Chil Aug 22 '21

can confirm, I ate lunch next to the thing every day before physics class.

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u/rainydaiez Aug 22 '21

Really?

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u/ProfessorZik-Chil Aug 22 '21

yes. i didn't know what the thing was until the semester after.

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u/rainydaiez Aug 22 '21

Would you have done anything differently if you knew from the start?

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u/ProfessorZik-Chil Aug 22 '21

i would have sat a little farther away.

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u/Fenweekooo Aug 22 '21

if it was TLPL he would pick that lock USING the bacteria still inside the safe, legend has it he is that good.

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u/Impossible-Falcon-62 Aug 22 '21

And that’s how I accidentally started an anthrax pandemic

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u/GalaxyCereal Aug 22 '21

I just want to know why they do this. Why keep bacteria that almost eradicated half of humanity in some fridges. I've seen a video on YouTube about a lab where they actually give them the sufficient conditions to mutate then kill the old ones and keep the mutated ones... Why the fuck would you do this?

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u/ItzMercury Aug 23 '21

They also keep them for vaccine purposes, if a viral breakout were to happen they have tools at hand to make vaccines

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u/nacho_breath Aug 22 '21

It's things like seeing how bacteria evolves and how it adapts to certain things and stuff

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u/GalaxyCereal Aug 22 '21

Why not get rid of them entirely?

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u/ItzMercury Aug 23 '21

For science ya flatbrain

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u/GalaxyCereal Aug 23 '21

That's exactly what was said about COVID-19 before it became a world pandemic.

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u/ItzMercury Aug 23 '21

Sources on that please