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Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

Discussion in 'USA - Central/Mountain' started by anon2771, Apr 23, 2009.

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  1. anon2771 Member

    Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    Time for a raid and late notice I know but that is the point as we all know these forums are accessible by the guest reader. Anyways if you got the time, the will and the mask come by and protest with us! We got fliers and the rest but if you already got some it doesn't hurt to bring what you got besides your anon spirit for justice against the crimes, THE CRIMES OF SCIENTOLOGY, THE CRIMES OF THE CO$!

    :eek: Anonymous is coming with a surprise raid! :D
  2. Anonymous Member

    re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    You give today's date, and time, but not the city?
  3. anon2771 Member

    re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    right, Austin TEXAS
  4. Anonymous Member

    Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    I don't think it's a surpise anymore, but let's see.

    F5

    F5
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  6. anonsparrow Member

    Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    inB4ufags... haven't watched it just yet but approve ur message...

    Year of the mutha fuckin flash raid biatches!
  7. lothar Member

    Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    We gotta get you a polarizing filter. Ask around for people with old skool analog SLR they don't use that much anymore and score a polarizing filter you can tape/hold in front of lens. You'll magically be able to see into the Org with no reflections and also into cars.
  8. tofuman Member

    Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    I find it funny that they have the exact same banners at every org.
  9. Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    polarizing filter you say
  10. zebrafaced Member

    Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    lol @ ficus-tech.
  11. Anonymous Member

    Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    Polarizing filters are still used today with digital SLRs and video recorders. The only difference is these days most of them are circular polarizers whereas the old skool ones were linear. But it's not a matter of just holding it in front of the lens and magically the glare is gone. You do have to rotate the filter manually and watch for the glare to disappear, then you're good to go. You can pick a cheap one up at most decently stocked camera stores for $10-20.

    specifics:
    Photographic filter - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    How To Use A Polarizing Filter

    one example for $10:
    Visual-Pursuits | Polarizing Filter - Unmounted - | VPGS3U | B&H
  12. NoScope Member

    Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    See what you did, now the scilons are going to have to donate more money in order to get more posters to cover up the rest of the windows. when does the pocketbook violence end!

    Nice enturbulating and cool to see that the doesn't get blocked so they pretty much suck at keeping themselves hidden.
  13. Anonymous Member

    Re: Austin TX, April 23rd 5:15pm raid

    um.. if it's true digital cameras or just high end ones?? have circular, then a polarizing filter will not work well.. The two edges in the plane of the polarize will look faded and dark...
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