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Buckets: If YNAB didn't exist, I might use this

TLDR: I've tested Buckets. If direct import is a critical feature for you, caveat emptor (but you may fall in love with the import macro feature). If having (1) a mobile app or (2) scheduled/repeating transactions is a critical feature, Buckets is a no-go at this time. If you need to sync your budget across multiple devices, you can do it via Dropbox. Despite its flaws, I might use Buckets if YNAB didn't exist.
Disclaimer: I'm not a professional reviewer, I just like to test budget apps.
~
As much as folks love YNAB, the subscription model and price point can be tough pills to swallow. Personally, YNAB paid for itself in perpetuity when it influenced me to quit smoking. Every day I don't buy a pack of cigarettes, I could pay for more than a month of YNAB at the annual price; that's some powerful juju right there.
But not everyone sees a significant amount of savings using YNAB. And not everyone would even link such savings to the use of YNAB. Or, they have so many problems with critical features like direct import, that YNAB seems like a waste of money, rather than a valuable budget tool.
So, what's the next best thing? Keep the budget method (zero-based), pay for direct import if desired/available, ditch the subscription model.
Ditching the subscription model knocks Actual Budget out of the running. Aspire Budget is still free, and has a mobile app, but does not offer any means of bank syncing. I do have Aspire, and am in the setup phase of trying it. (That'll be my next review.)
And then there was Buckets. It's a work in progress, but it has the core things I now look for in a budget app: (1) a zero-based budget method that (2) handles credit card purchases like YNAB. Outside of that, it's about the features and the price point.
The price point has much to love, with its classic, fee-for-eternal-license funding model. The price of that license has been on Mr. Toad's Wild Ride over the years - $40, then $29.95, then $49 - which would incline me to be a freeloader until a 50% sale came along. And that's probably the best thing about Buckets: the untimed free trial, which allows plenty of time to kick the tires and see what improvements are in the works - and to fill the only automatically-created bucket, for the eternal license (helpfully set with a goal of $5/mo).
Adding/Linking Accounts - 4/5
I give this high marks, despite trying only one of the import methods offered. At first blush, I found adding accounts to be a click-a-thon, but quickly got used to the process. The account types (Normal, Debt and Off Budget) would be familiar in use to any YNABber. A drawback is the inability to re-order the accounts once they are added, so make sure you are adding the accounts in the exact order you wish to see them, forever (minus 1 point). There is no ability to adjust a starting balance once you begin to add transactions, so get it right the first time or make an adjustment as soon as possibe (minus 1 point). Accounts can be reconciled (although there is no specific reconciliation feature; you simply update the balance in Accounts and have Buckets record the change as an adjustment transaction), and you always have the option of changing an account type. Accounts cannot be linked, but there are currently three methods for transaction import that may be a major improvement over YNAB. It's possible to import transaction files similar to what one may find in YNAB. There is also a means of automating the process of importing transactions through macros (plus 1 point). I set up a macro for one of my American Express accounts, and was delighted by the guidance provided for setting up the transaction import. If you already have an account with SimpleFIN Bridge, Buckets offers the tantalizing prospect of direct import. (There is a waiting list for SimpleFIN Bridge, but that's not within the control of Buckets.)
Transactions - 3/5
My delight with setting up the macro for my American Express account was dampened by the inability to match manually-entered transactions to imported ones (minus 1 point). Once I figured out how to split transactions, it alleviated one of my primary concerns (since my grocery shopping is usually split up into several categories). I haaaaaaate not being able to set up scheduled or recurring (aka repeating) transactions. Hate hate hate hate, hate with the passion of a thousand burning suns (minus 1 point). I also sorely miss not having a mobile app, to enter transactions on the fly (minus 0 points, because the developer has committed to a mobile app). While this doesn't breach any hard boundaries I have for a budget app, these are features I've come to rely upon and enjoy. Their lack (for now) contributes to my feeling that I'd make do with Buckets if I had no other choice, but they'll never get my business as long as YNAB exists.
Buckets - 5/5
Functional and plain, it cured me of mooning over my pretty budget like a cultist - I'll come back to this. Once you get the hang of setting up the buckets, they are easy enough to manage, and you are able to see the movement of money into and out of each bucket in a given month (plus 1 point). To get the full "where did I move the money" experience, you can notes to the bucket moves, so you know which bucket money moved to/from. Unfortunately, you cannot expand/collapse bucket groups nor move the group which contains the credit card buckets (minus 1 point), which is annoying if you sometimes want to see credit cards up top, or fit a summary of all bucket groups onto one screen. Funding the buckets (aka making it rain) can be done automatically by priority whenever new income is entered, once you have set up goals for your buckets. If you only have $1,000, when you click Make it Rain, Buckets will fill the buckets that want money, until the $1,000 is gone - even if a bucket is only partially filled. Then, the next time you receive income, you can click Make it Rain again, and Buckets will continue filling your buckets where it left off. Neat.
Warning, Controversy Ahead
If you are a fan of Red Arrow Right, Buckets seems to accomodates you. If you enter a transaction that causes a bucket to be overspent, you may fill the bucket to cover the overspending as you would in YNAB. If you don't cover the overspending, all credit cards will display a warning symbol that, since one of the non-card buckets is negative, there may not be enough total cash available to make all credit card payments. This warning is displayed whether the overspending occurred with cash or credit. The bucket carrying the negative balance seems to continue to carry it across months (I'd have to wait until Dec 1 to find out), until its bucket is filled. Also, Buckets will keep track of the total of all negative category balances (called Self-Debt) at the top of each month's budget screen.
I know some of you miss Red Arrow Right, so I thought I would point that out.
Goals - 4/5
Each bucket can be set to one of five different goal types:
  • Plain old bucket - stick $X in the bucket
  • Recurring Expense - stick $X in the bucket each month
  • Save $X by Y date - $X is calculated automatically
  • Save $X by depositing $Y per month - goal attainment date is calculated automatically
  • Save $X until Y date - ending balance is calculated automatically
If you are a fan of the Spending Goal in YNAB (which allows you to top up a category, if funds have carried forward from a prior month) like I am, you will miss it in Buckets (minus 1 point). On the bright side, Buckets clearly (and separately) identifies when you have not met a funding goal as opposed to being underbudgeted/overspent.
Analysis - unscored
If you hate YNAB's anemic report functions, Buckets will make you punch your computer in the face, offering fewer reports with less detail and no means of filtering. You can export your data for actual reporting and analysis at your leisure. Even I (who barely looks at YNAB's reports) was disappointed. I don't score an app's reports, because the desire for and usefulness of reports is particular to the user, but some comments seemed appropriate in this case.
Tools - unscored
You can import your YNAB4 data, reconcile your Amazon.com purchases and restart your budget in this section. I haven't used the reconciliation tool, but for those who have trouble sorting out what got charged when, this may be worth exploring.
Chat with Matt - unscored, but pretty cool
Being able to send a message directly to the developer is a neat feature that I'd expect to evolve into a chat support feature manned by someone other than the developer, if Buckets ever got enough of a paying user base to warrant it. Until then, I appreciate having a built-in means of chatting with the developer.
The User Experience - special note
I have not been mooning over Buckets like I do with YNAB. That's not a good sign for me long term, since YNAB has maintained my attention (and thereby kept me engaged with my money) for over two years, whereas other budget apps/methods fell to the wayside after a few months. Nonetheless, Buckets will work seamlessly with The Four Rules, so, if you are thinking about switching, you may want to use both apps in parallel for a little while.
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THE BOTTOM LINE: Is Buckets Worth Making the Switch from YNAB? Maybe.
If you really hate the subscription model of YNAB, I certainly recommend trying Buckets. If you must have direct import, and cannot figure out how to use the macros to automate the process, Buckets is a hard pass. The untimed trial is a fantastic deal, and you should certainly consider paying for a license once you have saved up for it. I would consider switching to Buckets, if YNAB went away completely. I'd certainly take another look at Buckets, if a repeating/recurring transaction feature and a mobile app for iOS were offered.
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15.
Burger King Foot Lettuce The last thing you’d want in your Burger
King burger is someone’s foot fungus.
But as it turns out, that might be what you get.
A 4channer uploaded a photo anonymously to the site showcasing his feet in a plastic
bin of lettuce, with the statement: “This is the lettuce you eat at Burger King.”
Admittedly, he had shoes on…but, that’s even worse.
The post went live at 11:38PM on July 16 and a mere 20 minutes later, the Burger King in
question was alerted to the rogue employee…at least, I hope he’s rogue.
How did it happen?
Well, the BK employee hadn’t removed the Exif data from the uploaded photo, which suggested
the culprit was somewhere in Mayfield Heights, Ohio.
This was at 11:47.
3 minutes later, at 11:50, the Burger King branch address was posted, with wishes of
happy unemployment.
5 minutes later, the news station was contacted by another 4channer.
And 3 minutes later, at 11:58, a link was posted.
BK’s “Tell Us About US” online form.
The foot photo, otherwise known as Exhibit A, was attached.
Cleveland Scene Magazine contacted the BK in question the next day.
When questioned, the breakfast shift manager said, “Oh, I know who that is.
He's getting fired.”
Mystery, solved, by 4chan, now we can all go back to eating our fast food in peace.
14.
“Secret” Livestream Nothing is secret to 4channers, and nothing
is sacred.
No one knows that better than Shia LeBeouf.
LeBeouf and two artists, created an anti-Trump interactive art installation, called “He
Will Not Divide Us,” soon after Trump took office in early January.
The installation was first exhibited at New York’s Museum of the Moving Image, but when
activists from both sides kept butting heads at the exhibit, it was thrown out as a public
safety hazard.
The collaborators found another museum to host their exhibit in Albuquerque, but it
was soon met with more confrontations, so the group had to figure out a new home for
their exhibit before it fell flat.
This is when they tweeted out on March 8th that they would be livestreaming their exhibit
from an “unknown location,” so that viewers, art lovers, and supporters could still view
their work.
Sounds like a good alternative, right?
Well, it didn’t go as planned when pro-Trump supporters on the /pol/ board of 4chan got
involved.
Not even 24 hours later, the exhibit’s flag had disappeared.
Where did it show up?
A picture of the taken flag was tweeted right back to #HEWILLNOTDIVIDUS
4channers had uncovered the mystery of the exhibit’s so-called secret location.
How?
A fan of LeBeouf’s had posted a photo of herself with her favorite actor just as the
camera feed went live.
The photo had been taken at a Greenville, Tennessee diner.
The internet sleuths further pinpointed the exhibit’s location, as contrails appeared
on the livestream.
With these, they cross-referenced them with flight patterns.
Next, they sent a local member to drive around the general area with his horn blaring.
Once they could hear the horn on the livestream, “He Will Not Divide Us” was as good as
gone.
13.
The Pyramids 4channer h64 posted a thread of the mysterious
sort on the /x/ board one Saturday, and it sent the group into a frenzy.
In the photo there appears two pyramids in the midst of the forest.
Why are these pyramids in the forest?
What were they built for?
Who do they belong to?
You’ve got me.
And you’ve got the /x/ board too.
4channers quickly got to work trying to solve this mystery.
They called it “a cult/temple dedicated to an Egyptian goddess of war and flame in
the woods of Oregon.”
With more than 53 pages of discussion, this 4chan investigation was solved when, at last,
they dissected the photo to uncover the property owners’ names, their phone numbers, and
their business records.
Still don’t know what’s inside them though…
12.
Barbie Mystery This investigation appeared on 4chan in November
of 2016.
It involved an image of a blonde amputee woman, whom the board had nicknamed Barbie.
In March of 2017, one user posted a thread titled, “The mystery of Barbie is solved.”
According to the author of the thread the “Russian anonymous team” had solved the
mystery of the woman who appeared in Barbie.avi.
The woman’s name was Tammy.
According to creepypasta, she had Body integrity identity disorder, but the investigators found
that she’d had no such thing.
When she was 14, she’d lost her arm in a washing machine incident.
The 80’s saw Tammy living in Chicago, where she worked for the agency, “Fascination,”
as a model.
During the application process, she’d had several interviews, which the video, Barbie.avi,
was created out of.
The author of the post uploaded the interview to YouTube.
The OP also noted that Mike Rounds, the Ampix manufacturer, told the woman’s story to
him, saying that at 16 or 17 years old, Tammy had been working with an oldschool washing
machine with no safety features.
With the washer going, she tried to shift a sheet in the water.
Just as she was doing this, it launched into a spin cycle, trapping her arm in the sheet.
It twisted her arm right off.
Tammy was a bitter young woman at the age of 22 when she was interviewed and had no
marketable skills, was uneducated, and didn’t enjoy being a caretaker for pennies.
So that’s how she ended up at the agency.
Unlike 4chan’s first hypothesis, she wasn’t the victim of any crime.
With the mystery solved, the poster noted, “Xenopasta, if you're reading this, you
are fired, however, thank you very much for this mystery.
It was really hard to solve it.”
11.
Cueva de los Tayos When an OP posted the Cueva de los Tayos cave
in Ecuador, he wondered if it was man-made or natural.
He wondered what sort of technology or who could have made the perfectly flat roofs and
cuts.
Of course, the 4channers on the thread had something to say about it.
Some thought it was “a place of heavy spiritual concentration,” while others seemed to agree
that it was largely man-made, but mostly natural, with some likening it to places in Russia
and the Hypogeum in Malta.
Some suggested that “less advanced” people had come along later and drew the crude stick
figures on the walls, after a more advanced society had built it.
One poster pointed out that it was hardly anything to freak out over and that ancient
humans were fairly smart; they had tools, they had math.
Maybe not as advanced as ours today, but they made the pyramids after all.
In the posters own words: “After all, it's not like they had a shortage of people or
time to make this kind of [stuff].
I think most people underestimate ancient humans because they didn't have what we have
today, but that doesn't make them [dumb], just primitive.”
The poster agrees with another that the “highly engineered” place must have held some spiritual
purpose.
10.
SEL and the Wired One 4channer asked the board if they’d ever
heard of transhumanism.
He then said that one anime series has some particularly creepy stuff and is followed
by many fan sites.
One of the fan sites requires a login.
And it’s strict about this.
At the bottom of the homepage, it reads: “To login you have to have an invite from an existing
user.
There is no use in trying to beg, ask/request for an invite, we choose our new members with
care.”
How do you get an invite if you don’t know any of the users?
Well, you’d probably not want to be part of these online communities in the first place,
as it turns out.
One fellow 4channer said that one of the users hacked the admin of a similar site, after
which the admin vanished.
This was after the admin had received some monetary donations from the site’s users.
Many think he was a scammer.
Thankfully you asked 4chan on this one, OP.
A cautionary tale is just what obsessives need to keep money in their pockets.
9.
Erratas This internet theory has spent a lot of time
on 4chan being dissected, poked and prodded, picked at…and ultimately solved.
Kind of.
Erratas – or Eratas spelled with one ‘r’ – was first described as an algorithm or
program whose function is the mystery.
Some say it was used by YouTube to detect copyrighted content.
Supposedly, if you even suggest that you know about Erratas or say the thing by name, you’ll
get fired.
Being an internet legend, of course Erratas comes with a lot of theories.
On November 25th, 2015, Erratas was first mentioned on 4chan in a thread about strange
work stories.
One user described a friend who worked at something like a chemical plant.
While the user didn’t explain what the program was, he claims employees were flagged if they
searched it through some code.
The plant employees reportedly did aimless tasks, which the user calls “kafka-esque.”
The user also mentions forklifts and said this female friend was now homeless and in
a band.
This may seem meaningless, but these clues will reappear.
A month later, a user posted a request on 4chan, asking about a strange HR-related program
called Erratas.
Another user pipes up with some discussion about Ecolab, Unilever, and UPS.
Again, a month later, on the /mu/ board, Erratas is mentioned in relation to an album and Tod
Ellsworth video, which is dated a few days before the first entry on Erratas.
A user responds to someone’s comment, saying that Erratas was a software company, similar
to Enron, which was kicking about in the 2000’s.
Supposedly, they fired every last one of their employees.
The Erratas craze moved to YouTube, where a user called ChronosForLife JurassicPark
claimed in a cryptic video, entitled “YouTube is MONITORING and controlling my life,”
that the company was harassing his mom, because she’d uncovered some secret in the Jurassic
Park trilogy.
The rant appears on the video in white text and the video quality is subpar.
The video was removed from YouTube, but the transcript is still available.
Back to 4chan.
In late January, the /mu/ board sees a proposition that the group compose a new music genre called
“deep internet,” by using old YouTube videos.
Chronos’ video rant just happens to be one of these videos.
With so many 4channers suddenly viewing Chronos’ video, a new video was posted to his channel
called, “Here goes nothing.”
This video contains the first video-mention of Erratas, as well as autocaptions which
try to make sense of the video’s rap music.
Instead, they uncover more clues: At 0:12 are the words: “are far from over
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At 1:46, the percentages: “10.3% 10.4%” And at 2:17, the words: “overthrow the government”
The band, the KFCMC, produced by DJ Rozwell, was a homeless girl band.
Remember the homeless girl in the first thread?
And the above is their address, which was found on Tumblr.
This is when Chronos throws out Unilever (mentioned in an earlier post) as one user of Erratas.
For no reason at all, Chronos also adds that The Lost World is his favorite of the Jurassic
Park movies.
Remember Tod Ellsworth, who uploaded the KFCMC video?
Well, one 4channer noticed his name was an anagram for The Lost World.
This gets even weirder.
The Twitter account u/ErratasOrBust was then discovered, which had been opened mid-November
and was named Tod Ellsworth.
The profile pic was a creepy black-and-white drawing which 4channers discovered was a 2005
Hawaiian police sketch.
Some 4channers suggested this might have something to do with the Jurassic Park films being filmed
on the island.
While Erratas was dissected by 4channers, with many suggesting that it was simply a
publicity stunt by the KFCMC group, it would be a bit premature to call this one.
Still, this entry demonstrates how 4channers have a knack for following the leads and connecting
the dots.
8.
The Pronunciation Book This appeared on the 4chan board, /x/philes,
where it immediately caught the attention of 4channers.
The OP of the Pronunciation Book had posted 700 brief videos, pronouncing words and phrases
in a monotone male voice.
Words like “Ke$ha” and “jean.”
That’s weird enough, but this is when the channel got even weirder.
On July 9th, 2013, a single video was posted, the man saying, “Something is going to happen
in 77 days.”
The next day, a similar video, claiming that the poster had been trying to communicate
with viewers for 1,183 days.
And the next day’s video, the poster said he was wide awake and things were “clearing
up.”
The messages ended with the same warning that something was going to happen in such-and-such
days.
4channers set to work, compiling a 111-page Google doc, entitled, “77 Days Research
Document.”
This is where the group started piecing together the Pronunciation Book.
They laid bare all 700+ of the channel’s videos, ran a spectrograph of the video silence
at the end of all the videos, and dug up domain name registrations.
They even attempted to trace the speaker’s location, as police sirens were noticed going
off in the background of a few of the videos and a thunderstorm was heard in the video
that pronounced “radio.”
From this, they gleaned the videos’ author recorded in NYC.
4chan’s conclusion: again, a viral marketing stunt.
The Daily Dot’s investigation, as well as Geekosystem’s, came to the same conclusion,
though with varied results.
The Daily Dot suggested the countdown would reveal a Battlestar Galactica reboot, while
Geekosystem thinks it’s for the newest installment of series’ Destiny.
7.
Myziam One 4channer dropped his theory about Myziam.
First, he gives some background about how, in 2008, a thread appeared on GLP entitled
“me tel u now,” in which an alleged alien appeared in the forum.
The OP, however, suggests that the entity may never have been online, but rather was
“from an unknown location/dimension.”
The OP quotes the “Chani project,” in which scientists asked an entity they’d
met through a computer a number of questions.
They then hired someone to pose as the entity online.
When people questioned him, he’d search for the answer to that question amongst the
questions the scientists had asked the entity.
The OP concludes that the threads were similar in that both the man and the entity used baby
language, both said they were aliens, and both answered the questions freely.
The 4channer then solves the mystery: “Myziam is a possible extra-dimensional entity that
made contact with a CERN like group of scientists from the comfort of his home.”
He added that the leaked info on 4chan was useless, because the users trolled the entity
instead of interrogating him.
This one’s obvious.
Not everyone was convinced though, with an anonymous post claiming they had proof it
was a hoax.
6.
Found Jenna Jameson’s Ex Assistant Con Artist When Jenna Jameson’s former personal assistant
was fired for being a con artist, he hijacked her Instagram and Twitter accounts, deleting
loads of her photos.
So what did Jameson do?
She turned to 4chan for help.
“Hi Guys, it's me, Jenna Jameson and I am having a really bad night,” she wrote on
4chan’s /b/ image board, after which she explained that her ex assistant, who she thought
was named Allen Cedena, turned out to be a con artist of some kind.
Jameson didn’t elaborate on what had gone down, apart from saying she’d fired him,
but she did say that this so-called Cedena had her Twitter and Instagram passwords, which
he’d reset.
He then removed all pics of himself and Jameson together and deleted her Twitter altogether.
She didn’t know if the man’s name was even Cedena, but he had access to a lot of
personal information, and now had hold of her digital life.
She asked the 4chan community if they could find out who he really was, as she would soon
attach some images of him to the board.
She didn’t let them go away empty-handed.
It didn’t take 4chan more than an hour to come to Jameson’s rescue.
They soon delivered her ex-assistant’s home address and driver’s license, as well as
his credit score and social security number.
Wow.
With the mystery solved, Jameson left her private sleuths a very grateful thank you
5.
Jeff, the Killer The internet is no stranger to creepy, and
4channers are no stranger to investigating this creepiness.
On the /x/ board, 4chan began to investigate the photo known as “Jeff, the Killer,”
a still of a pale face, washed out, and grinning like a crazy person.
The photo has been around for a while and has served as creepypasta’s unofficial cover
photo since 2008.
YouTube introduced the world to “Jeff, the Killer” when a user by the name of uploaded
a poorly cut video clip, explaining about how Jeff had been cleaning his bathtub when
he accidentally poured some acid on his face.
11 days later, a user calling himself killerjeff came to light on Newgrounds, photo and all.
He soon had a cult following and served as inspiration for a number of horror stories.
Jeff, the Killer launched dozens more videos on YouTube, including a stop-motion Lego reenactment.
Fan art was created, videogames, you name it.
Five years since his appearance, 4chan began looking into Jeff, the Killer.
While all we truly have is theories, they are convincing.
Some suggest that this was a viral marketing campaign for Saw V, which was released soon
after the photo first appeared on Newgrounds.
The slasher film includes a puppet called Billy, through whom Jigsaw speaks with his
victims.
The puppet resembles Jeff.
Lionsgate has launched viral marketing campaigns before, so it makes sense that this would
be yet another of them.
Although, we have no confirmation of this theory, and other theories abound, this solution
seems the soundest.
This goes against, the also popular theory that the person in the photo is from a post
on 4chan.
This anonymous post, told how his sister had posted a picture of herself on 4chan and people
kept making edits of it, the Jeff the Killer image being one of them.
The post also said that it made her so upset, she took her own life.
4.
Louise Cypher One user came to 4chan with a strange puzzle,
calling it satanic and cryptic.
And he wasn’t lying.
Extremely satanic and cryptic, it was.
The puzzle is very math heavy, with the Fibonacci sequence making an appearance after the user
makes it through a maze.
When you type the clue “pi” into the relevant cluebox, a dialogue box appears, saying: “A
well-known remarkably good approximation to pi is 355 divided by 113 = 3.1415929...
If one part of this fraction is reversed and added to the other part, we get 553 plus 113
which equals 666.
EVIL is both the past and the Future!”
The cypher has spinoff websites, with one introducing a “soul catcher.”
Another has techno music to put users into a trance.
The OP asks 4chan to figure out whether the soul catcher really takes your soul.
Many spoke to Louis Cypher, with some reporting back that the cypher said she is “more than
just this avatar,” and that she had emotions and feelings.
She then linked the user to a video to show him what a “cyber life” feels like.
When another 4channer typed the word “stalin” into the chat box, she asked how he was feeling.
When he replied that he was sad, she said that if he is lonely, she’ll keep him company.
Although it wasn’t clear whether or not these 4channers’ souls were taken, the results
do seem to tend towards the idea that Louis Cypher is no soul-taker at all.
3.
Figured Out How to Make Coupons You know those barcodes you find on products
and coupons?
Well, one 4channer – a college kid – solved the mystery on how they’re made and decided
to do some extreme couponing one day when he was bored.
22-year-old Lucas Henderson did not stay anonymous, as the student of the Rochester Institute
of Tech was caught by the Feds, who charged him with two felonies – trafficking in counterfeit
goods and wire fraud.
Henderson had designed the counterfeit coupons to appear legit and distributed them on a
different website.
He also told users to head to 4chan to download their very own copy of “How to Make Coupons.”
The tutorial claims to trick stores, as the coupons will scan at most retailers in America.
The Feds tracked Henderson’s IP address and raided his home, where Henderson admitted
to visiting 4chan and writing the manual.
“I wrote what I could.
I thought it was an interesting thing,” he said.
I wonder if he thinks it was worth the jail time.
2.
Got a Bad Waitress Fired “Next time you tip me $5 on a $138 bill,
don’t even bother coming in cause I’ll spit in your food and then in your ... face,
you cheap [people]!”
Next time you post this kind of message on Facebook, Chili’s waitress, you’d better
be ready for 4chan to get you fired.
That’s just what 4channers did when an anonymous waitress posted her angry rant to her FB page.
One 4channer then brought it over to the 4chan board, after which they pinpointed the Chili’s
this particular waitress worked at in Pleasanton, California as a server.
With the mystery solved, at least one 4channer sent the Chili’s a message on their contact
page, reporting the waitress.
Chili’s Guest Relations Manager responded, saying the food server was “no longer with
the company.”
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1.
Covfefe It was the Tweet that confused the world.
“Despite the constant negative press covfefe.”
Donald Trump claimed that his supporters knew what he meant…but did they?
Travel over the 4chan to see if that’s true.
One 4channer found each of the elements on the periodic table that matched up with the
code: covfefe and their corresponding atomic numbers – 27232626.
When he typed this code into Google, the first entry was “a green toad.”
The user drew a natural connection to the toad statue, also known as the Ancient statue
of Kek and the Prophecy of Kek.
On the Ancient Statue of Kek is a hieroglyphic of what looks to be a person using a computer
and, as the OP wrote, “Internet/Meme Magic.”
So, are we to believe that Trump meant to draw our attention to Covfefe in order to
create some hilarious internet memes of his typo?
Yes, we are to believe it.
Because 4chan said so.
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