RE: [DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle
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RE: [DML] Re: Stolen in Seattle



Jeremiah wrote:

> . . . recently there was a tech article
> on how to pull a "Macgyver" to get to unlock
> the car.  While this is good for those who do honestly
> lock themselves out, I think that it could provoke
> theft a bit more easily.  Now granted, there aren't
> going to be a lot of "serious professional" car
> thieves lurking on our yahoo group . . .

Remember, the DML is not private, and it is not restricted to its
present subscribers.  The back issues are available to the whole world
forever.  Search engines like Google constantly index these archives.
Today, if you Google the words "how to break into a delorean" you will
get three hits, all from the DML archives.  As soon as Google finds this
message there will be four hits.  Rest assured that these posts contain
no information useful to a thief.

We must expect future generations of DeLorean enthusiasts, detractors,
and thieves to read every word we post on the DML.

- Mike Substelny
  VIN 01280
  Posting for posterity?





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