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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn E. Meyer View Post
    I don't see why the car didn't just start up when she was running around it to get in. People freeze.
    You answered your own question
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    Bumping this because the following was just posted to my local Nextdoor forum:

    so this guy just opened not only my glass door but my actual front door and left his card. my dogs and I both heard it open and they went ballistic as I loudly said "Hello??" He just walked off towards my neighbors house.
    Bolding mine.

    Boggles.the.fucking.mind.

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    Several years ago at work, I went into my locked research lab early one morning and found some strange guy in there looking at the equipment. I asked pretty assertively who the fuck he was. Guy responded that he was "my XYZ Corp. sales representative", and he was looking into my equipment needs. Then I asked him how he got into my LOCKED lab, which has individual passcode access. He tried to tell me that the door was unlocked, but abandoned that after I told him not to lie to me. It turns out that sales reps know the default codes of pretty much every passcode system.
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    Not sure this is in context for this thread but...

    I work third shift as a guard for one of the big shipping companies. By the time my shift starts most of the trucks are in for the night so the first thing I do every night is to walk through the lot and check every door on every truck in the lot. I realize that if I check trucks long enough I'm going to find doors open but I find the same four trucks unlocked at least 3 times a week.

    At the end of that round I always report which trucks are unlocked to the client supervisor and every night he bitches about "those damned drivers" and how they don't lock their trucks but nothing ever changes.

    I worked at one place where one of the engineers left his office door open every night. I mentioned it to him one morning and he told me he didn't bother locking the door because he knew I'd be along at some point and I'd lock it.

    Wonder what he'd do if something turned up missing from his office.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Clusterfrack View Post
    Several years ago at work, I went into my locked research lab early one morning and found some strange guy in there looking at the equipment. I asked pretty assertively who the fuck he was. Guy responded that he was "my XYZ Corp. sales representative", and he was looking into my equipment needs. Then I asked him how he got into my LOCKED lab, which has individual passcode access. He tried to tell me that the door was unlocked, but abandoned that after I told him not to lie to me. It turns out that sales reps know the default codes of pretty much every passcode system.
    Ours are all RFID keycard locked.

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