Hacking ATMs? But, What is an ATM? By Uncle Len, Shaken, but Not Stirred by IT

     I probably know the least about technology at this site, but I did have a great Uncle Murphy, after whom, Murphy’s Law is named, which has to count for something. Everything will go wrong at the worst possible time: http://www.murphys-laws.com/.

     Now take ATM machines. I don’t even know what that stands for, if it stands for anything, but I have seen them. Yes, people who have money, get money out of them. These little boxes of joy seem to be everywhere, like telephone boxes once were, but you don’t see them anymore, do you? But, ATMs? Being on the dole, eternally, I would not know about that.

     However, according to one report, that crooks can easily steal loot from these things, which are just safes connected to obsolete IT:

     Imagine where this will go – see, cash is really bad, let’s get rid of it to strengthen the New World Slaughter.
     Don’t tell anyone, but I am going to keep my grocery money under the old tarp that I use as a ground sheet, in my shed, from now on. It may be safer, with my friends the cockroaches to guard it.

     You read it first here, but as ticket sales are slow for the McGregor vs Mayweather boxing slaughter https://www.thesun.co.uk/sport/4129063/conor-mcgregor-vs-floyd-mayweather-tickets-struggle-to-sell-thousands-available/, there is a movement to have a geriatric extravaganza, with Uncle Len fighting Mayweather, boxing rules for the champ, street rules for Uncle Len (e.g. striking with a piece of 4x2, or rusty pipe, permitted). I have started training by collecting hard rubbish to fabricate weapons, have found a pair of soiled boxing shorts in the dumpster, and now even have my theme music worked out:
All in the spirit of multiculturalism.



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