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Broadway0474
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Re: Santalytics
Broadway0474   12/31/2016 5:42:35 PM
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Posing as telemarketers would be entrapment wouldn't it?! Not that Santa has to follow the bill of rights or anything ...

impactnow
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Re: Santalytics
impactnow   12/31/2016 5:03:07 PM
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 Maybe Santa will be deploying drones to check on our behavior that may be more cost efficient than all those elves on the shelf, more automated as well. The elf is still a manual process..

T Sweeney
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Re: Santalytics
T Sweeney   12/31/2016 3:08:22 PM
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Maybe, ice crea vendors, @Broadway... or maybe those telemarketers are really Santa clones! Best way I know to separate the nice wheat from the naughty chaff!

<insert vulgar expletive here>

Broadway0474
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Re: Santalytics
Broadway0474   12/30/2016 11:36:31 PM
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Look, there's no way that Santa would be bugged. He would be the one bugging, to see which child is naughty, which child is nice. I wouldn't put it past him to spend his whole offseason hacking into our social media, pretending to be ice cream truck drivers, etc.

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Re: Santalytics
Lyndon_Henry   12/30/2016 9:52:13 PM
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..

Magnetic writes

We won't need predictive analytics if we find a way to put a GPS tracker on Santa. But then again, he might value his privacy, given his line of work. Just put the tracker inside a cookie so that Santa wouldn't know he's already ingested the contraption.



 

I wouldn't be surprised if DARPA has already developed this technology and has advanced it at least to Beta testing ...

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rbaz
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Re: Defrauding Santa
rbaz   12/30/2016 8:36:11 PM
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PC, the tax man is one thing, but Santa Claus? That's beyond all boundaries. Lol

PredictableChaos
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Re: Defrauding Santa
PredictableChaos   12/30/2016 8:21:39 PM
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Rbaz - probably some of the same people who take tax deductions for children they don't actually have. Unbelievable.

rbaz
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Re: Defrauding Santa
rbaz   12/30/2016 6:47:05 PM
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PC, it only goes to show that fraudsters know no boundaries in decency! Lol.

PredictableChaos
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Defrauding Santa
PredictableChaos   12/30/2016 6:04:47 PM
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I bet you didn't know that some households pretend to have young children by leaving out notes for Santa, even if they have no children at all or their children are grown and have left home.

I'm all for stopping these frauds. What Grinch-like behavior.

impactnow
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Re: Santalytics
impactnow   12/30/2016 12:10:39 PM
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No GPS for Santa please we will loose all the excitement and mystery!

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