The following is the narration of a sequence of events that occurred on April 19th in the late hours of the night. I am telling the events as they occurred in chronological order; however, I discovered most of the information in a different order. At the stroke of midnight transitioning from April 18th to April 19th, I went online to ssense.com to check out if some Maison Martin Margiela pants I wanted were still available. I had been eyeing the pants for several months and almost flipped a shit when I saw them on sale. As many of you may know, ssense.com is located in Montreal. I had ordered several things from them before including my awesome winter Moncler jacket that everyone on this forum knows and secretly loves. I had never had any problems with ssense....until now. I placed the item in my shopping cart and went to checkout. Upon entering the coupon code MID21, the system showed me a discount of over 600 thousand dollars! I got an instant boner and, despite knowing the $600k probably would not materialize in my bank account, I placed the order for the pants. After placing the order, and unbeknownst to me at the time, two canadian cocksuckers somehow captured my visa credit card information from ssense. It is my theory that they either work for ssense or have an inside man. I highly doubt that they are clever enough to have compromised the ssense computer systems given the braindead decision they made, and which i describe, subsequently. What is known to me at this time, is that a couple (man and woman) attempted to purchase a pair of $1500 shoes from an upscale shoe boutique named Chaussures Princesse at 12pm on April 19th (the noon of the same day that I ordered my Margiela pants). Not even my lanvin's cost that much. Come onnnn. Given that they attempted to purchase the shoes with a physical credit card, they must have either programmed a programmable credit card (which would mean the number on the CC doesn't match the number on the magnetic strip), or they simply created a credit card from scratch. The short time frame between the two events, however, makes me wonder how feasible creating a card from scratch could be. After doing some research, I discovered that Chaussures Princesse is located roughly 2 blocks away from the ssense.com headquarters. Coincidence? Or a coordinated ass-fucking? I guess the latter. All I know is that somehow, the dumbasses got my credit card info out of ssense then walked down the street two blocks to try to use it. Thankfully, I bought an awesome Dior Homme pullover from Saks between the time when I ordered the Margiela pants and the time when the canadian cocksuckers attempted to use it at the shoe store. Visa noticed this strange discrepancy -- that I couldn't be physically present in both the USA and Canadia simultaneously -- and declined the transaction. Strangely, the canadian cocksuckers attempted another transaction for $7.73 using my credit card at an online retailer in the USA for breast milk solution. Visa informed me this was probably an attempt to determine whether the card number even worky. Thankfully, Visa realized I don't normally ball on breast milk solution and so declined that transaction as well. Visa provided me with the names of the retailers where the two transactions were attempted. I called the shoe store and spoke to the manager. That's how i discovered it was a couple that was trying to outball me. Unfortunately they didn't get any credentials for the people but I'm going to call back to see if they have any security camera video. So thank you Visa for being my financial guardian angel and for successfully identifying that I ball on Margiela and not on breast milk solution. Additionally, a big "fuck you" goes out to the canadian plebe noobs that attempted to out ball me using my own credit card. Denied mutha phuckas!
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4/20/10 at 5:44pm