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An Angry Bird attacks TurnKey Internet’s super secure data center:   2 comments

BirdAt approximately 12:53PM on June 18, 2013, a cardinal was captured on security film trying to break into TurnKey Internet’s highly secure, green data center in New York’s Tech Valley Region.

Neighbors called in after tweets (audible, non-Twitter) were heard at the Latham data center. Luckily, TurnKey Internet’s facility contains a state-of-the-art security system that safeguards their SSAE-16 Type 2 certified building.

“The bird just swooped in, tried to knock over all the security cameras so he could sneak inside! Then realized how secure the buildin’ was,” local resident Emily Wegener said of the incident. “He flew away and disappeared in some bush-tower-tree-thing and I never done seen that creature again!”

The bird stands about three inches in height, is red in color and has a white belly. The culprit was last seen fleeing the scene to a nearby maple tree. If you have seen this bird, have any additional information, or have any suggestions for when birds attack, please contact your local authorities or email birdpatrol@turnkeyinternet.net.

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Written by Dylan on June 18th, 2013

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  1. You gotta be kidding! What are you looking the bird for? To put him / her in jail??? Gee… The poor creature was just most probably looking for food! That’s all they normally do all clocks around.

    Turnkey

    28 Jun 13 at June 28th, 2013

  2. 🙂

    Wayne

    5 Jul 13 at July 5th, 2013

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