January 12, 2016

MUST SEE: Random people give out personal information mindlessly to a stranger

StaffRebel Columnist

A video of a man approaching random people on the street and asking them to tell him personal information has gone viral.

Mark Dice conduced this experiment on the Pacific Beach Boardwalk in San Diego. Armed with just a clipboard, he asks people their names, birth dates, street addresses, banking information and phone numbers. He jolts down their information as they mindless stand immobilized.

“It's just to help out with some programs we're doing,” he tells them if they seem suspicious.

It's just like using a 'Jedi Mind Trick' from Star Wars. The video description claims “others refer to it as the power of suggestion or even a form of hypnosis.”

Why anyone would give out such personal information to a stranger is shocking.

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commented 2016-01-12 20:05:36 -0500
That’s for sure. Life’s not fair
commented 2016-01-12 17:03:10 -0500
We have the same thing here in Canada, but we call it the long census form.
commented 2016-01-12 15:16:44 -0500
They must have been in very close proximity to a university.
commented 2016-01-12 15:13:11 -0500
There is one born every minute.
commented 2016-01-12 14:35:42 -0500
you lost me after the first 60 seconds of beeps, sounded more like watching the Maury show
commented 2016-01-12 13:26:39 -0500
As Andrew Lawton would say; “They must be Liberals”.
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