The RHATT Pack Watch Day 136

The RHATT Pack Watch

Day 136

 

Today is Saturday, September 8th, Day 136 of the RHATT Pack Watch.

In recent months, the Red-face Ratt, due to his slithering and either his apparent sickness, or his and his family’s embarrassment and humiliation associated with his deviant and illicit activities at various times, has made it somewhat difficult to determine the Ratt’s precise location.

 

Also during this period, the Ratt has endeavored to avoid most places, like shopping malls and stores, where people who might recognize him are known to congregate. Not publicly shopping and still needing supplies the Ratt needed other shopping measures.  As a result it appears the Ratt has resorted to mail order and related delivery services.

 

As you are aware, for a delivery of any type to be complete, it’s necessary to have a location to which the delivery can be made.  Not wanting to leave a record of his whereabouts, the Ratt continually slithers around and avoids providing any permanent location type information….Except for his dealers and suppliers.  This made it particularly difficult or impossible for nearly every package delivery service to be successful.

 

UPS and FedEX found packages dropped off in White Springs remained unsigned for and often abandoned where left.  More often than not, they were recovered and returned these packages to the retailers.  Still the Ratt needed a way to obtain the supplies and merchandise he needed or just wanted.  And then it appears, the Ratt found his answer.  The Rat turned to the merchandising/delivery service that had the technology and guaranteed to get anything his very little heart desired to him.

 

As you know, about two years ago, Amazon, the world’s largest retailer, launched its “Prime” delivery service that guarantees one day delivery to its clients.  You may also know that almost concurrently Amazon launched its mini-copter delivery service in a few markets and has been expanding the number of mini-copter markets since that time.  However, what you may not know is that they also teamed up with Elon Musk’s Space Exploration Technologies (Space X) to develop and launch a global tracking system for its package delivery system.  This isn’t an ordinary tracking system like you might find at UPS or FedEX.

 

This tracking system uses a unique neutrino detector/analyzer.  A neutrino is a fermion, that is an “elementary particle” that interacts only through the weak subatomic force and gravity.  Neutrinos are electrically neutral and their mass is less than a third of a millionth of an electron.  They are created in a wide range of processes, including when cosmic rays strike an atom.  Research shows they travel essentially at the speed of light and pass through most material unaffected.

 

On Earth about 65 million Neutrinos pass through every square centimeter, including you, every second.  Since cosmic rays striking an atom create a neutrino, that means every individual and every DNA strand emits a unique “DNA Neutrino signal”  Amazon’s new package delivery tracking system tracks every “Prime” package and uses its DNA Neutrino tracking detector/analyzer to identify and tract “Prime” user recipients.

 

To initially  populate its “DNA Neutrino” detector/analyzer identity database, Amazon secured all of its publicly available DNA sources.  It appears Amazon obtained the Ratt’s and millions of others, unique DNA signatures.  With the satellite network high overhead, Amazon has been able to determine the exact location of the Ratt at every instant in time.  No more missed deliveries.

 

Rumor has it the Feds are now negotiating with Amazon’s CEO, Jeff Bezos, to secure use of their DNA Neutrino tracking detector/analyzer for use in locating, monitoring and tracking suspects, criminals and fugitives.  If you know the whereabouts of anyone fitting that description, save the Feds the trouble and call the FBI Office in Jacksonville (904) 248-7000.

 

Avoid being tracked with the Ratt.  It’s Day 136 and the Red-face Ratt hasn’t resigned yet.  The RHATT Pack Watch continues!

Red-face Rhatt

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