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Help Me Find the Battery Bank Guy!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So after putting out a search for the guy who let me use his phone charger at the new office meetup, that I forgot was in my pocket when I left, I began to think it was looking quite poor and started to lose hope, but new info has come to light.

I was watching the LG unboxing and what did I happen to see, his face in the video and close up to so here is the man I seek.

As of the meetup he was.

19 years of age

Lived in BC in a town near Vancouver

Owner of 980 and 4670K (might have been a 4770K).

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If you know this man please have him contact me so I can reimburse him for his portable battery bank I acidentally took home with me.

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I swear if you find him that will be awesome and hilarious. Following.

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Possibly @Stanvard ?


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Nope

Damn, I knew he was there and was on camera so I took a shot.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

post a picture of the battery bank here.

There is some information I am not disclosing so I can quiz whoever claims it, as to identify if it's really them.

The questions are.

-Rough physical description of the battery pack?

-Shirt they were wearing the day of the meetup?

-What manufacture made the case they had at the time of the meetup?

-How much did your audio setup cost at the time of the meetup?

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There is some information I am not disclosing so I can quiz whoever claims it, as to identify if it's really them.

The questions are.

-Rough physical description of the battery pack?

-Shirt they were wearing the day of the meetup?

-What manufacture made the case they had at the time of the meetup?

-How much did your audio setup cost at the time of the meetup?

Good idea.

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Damn, I knew he was there and was on camera so I took a shot.

Would have been amazing If you were right. :)


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SNIP

Ask in the comment section, he may not be on the forum


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Posted · Original PosterOP

If we do find him though, hes only getting a Paypal reimbursement or a new one shipped to him, the thing is way to damn useful for me to give it up now.

 

Its also been used so much the battery degradation is almost noticeable.

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I hope you find him


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You might need to ask linus to put a "missing person" segment on one of their videos LOL. :D


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Fuck it, what do we have to lose, besides 50$ from my Paypal account.

 

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99% sure he has notifications off, try getting a mod here, they can send it up the chain of command.


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