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Ancient sage Obi-Wan Kenobi once remarked, “Your eyes can deceive you, don’t trust them.” Well, he’s right, kinda.

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Most people die in horror films because they ignore the obvious warning signs that they are going to be killed.

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“The party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.” — George Orwell, “1984.”

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Receiving scam calls and invasive popup ads has become, unfortunately, universally relatable in recent years. In 2018, around 4 million robocalls were made to American phone numbers every hour – that’s a staggering 12 billion calls a year. Jim Browning, is a YouTuber dedicated to exposing scams – or as he puts it, “Tracking and identifying scammers who knock my front door, call me or shove popups onto my computer screen.”

Well, Jim pulled off the seemingly impossible by gaining access to a scam call center based in Kolkata, India and in the process, he exposes their inner workings and shady practices. The below video is a must watch for anyone interested in exactly how this unsavory industry works – and seeing some sweet poetic justice delivered to the scammers due to Jim’s clever machinations is icing on the cake.

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Guy’s sexist list explaining how to be a ‘beautiful woman’ blows up in his face.

He claims that any woman who disagrees is “undersexed.”

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Every day presents a fresh opportunity for a man online to tell all women how he feels about them. Today’s culprit is none other than Alexander J.A. Cortes, the speaker and writer who boasts the ability to “optimize your life.”

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Over the years, there have been some memorable social media fights that have divided friends, families, and nations.

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