Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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I was never anywhere __when the ____ ____ database

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While trying to get a Gondwanaland postal address, just for a laugh, I realised it was a stupid idea.

Anyway, back to idea - Notre Dame, I can categorically state I was not there having a smoke when it caught fire. Just go to the website, type in some ID (passport, driving licence etc) fill in the blanks, and you're out of the frame.

Using passport movement, CCTV records, along with GPS, the database can, with a high probablity, rule you out.

Could be used in reverse, to find indiviuals who survived multiple disasters and avoid gettting on a plane/boat/bouncy castle with them.

not_morrison_rm, Apr 16 2019

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       That's an oddly specific denial.
sninctown, Apr 16 2019

       Yes, otherwise known as "getting your retaliation in first", and probably for good reason.   

       Go and google "Plausible deniability" ...
8th of 7, Apr 16 2019

       Hmmm, check-in checklist is for before the event, this is for after the event.   

       I googled plausible deniability and the server said it was down. Funny really, as it was fine just a while ago.
not_morrison_rm, Apr 16 2019


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