- Oct 18, 2013
- 2,192 (0.86/day)
- If'n I tellz ya, den I gotzta, well, you know....
|System Name||The Big RED One|
|Processor||i9-9900k, oc'd to 5.2 ghz|
|Motherboard||Asus ROG Maximus Hero Wifi Z390|
|Cooling||Corsair H115i pro AIO 560mm push/pull, 11x Corsair 140mm ML RGB Fans (front, top, sides, rear)|
|Memory||32GB Corsair Vengence RBG pro DDR4-3200 (4x 8GB) in XMP2|
|Video Card(s)||Evga 2080ti w/15% O/C|
|Storage||2x WD Black SN750 1TB m.2 + 4TB Crucial SSD + WD 12TB external HDD|
|Display(s)||2x Samsung 43" LCD's @4k-1440p|
|Case||Thermaltake TT900 Supertower|
|Audio Device(s)||On-board Intel AC9260 wireless, JBL Studio Pro Bluetooth Speakers|
|Power Supply||EVGA G2 SuperNova 850W Modular|
|Mouse||Logitech MX Master 2|
|Keyboard||Logitech G613 mechanical wireless|
|Software||Windows 10 pro 64 bit, with all the unnecessary background shiite turned OFF !|
|Benchmark Scores||Quicker than flies on a dung pile|
1) People who are involved in criminal activities are constantly coming up with new/more sophisticated ways to avoid detection/getting caught, and usually at a much faster pace than what the carriers are coming up with new solutions to combat them....It's not going to be a bomb or drugs, that would have been scan & checked by UPS. You can check the tracking number to confirm it is genuine on UPS website. If it's stolen goods he just has to explain where he got it from which would match UPS data log, so he would be in the clear, after all the item is not address to him.
The fact that the tracking # is legit means nothing, only that it was shipped thru UPS and delivered to an address where nobody is currently living, which is also suspicious in it's own right.
2) If you intercept or take possession of stolen or illegal goods, regardless of how this came to be, all the data logs in the world are not gonna put you "in the clear". Plus the fact that moving or otherwise interfering with packages addressed to someone else is a crime, anywhere, any time, any way...