Originally Posted by Loveysmummy
Yeah, I get that part..I just want to know how Lunasmom knows that this particular ad contains a message that a drug buyer would recognize...What does she know??
To be honest, I have never heard of hiding drug messages in obscure classified ads. It seems like alot of work to me.
I found out from a previous co-worker that use to work at one of the major newspapers around here. She said that they have a department of people that scan through the classifieds of the paper looking for ads that stand out.
It got brought up because the publishing company we worked for we were all laughing because there was an ad that said "Shoes, $5. Call ###-###-####" We called the number, but never got a phone call back.
Also the Masters program I'm going into talks about Terrorists on the internet. What Rupunzel47 said is true. There are usually hidden messages in pictures that only certain parties would know about, but tells the site of the next bombing (in terrorism) or in drug sellers maybe when the next shipment comes in.
If you want to read a book that makes you think twice about the internet, read "Terror on the Internet" by Weinman (sorry don't know the first name).
Good for you Satai for calling the michigan ASPCA!