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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-01-2005, 08:15 AM Thread Starter
 
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Man i cannnot believe thieves, my secretary just had her vehicle stolen from our shop, 30 min ago, broad daylight, i saw them drive off!

I was in the back shop, when i saw her vehicle drive by, i said where in the hell is she going, so i came up to the front and she's sitting at her desk working, i say, who just left in your truck? she started freaking out.


I cannot believe how brave these thieves are getting.

I'll keep you posted on what happens.

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post #2 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-01-2005, 09:10 AM
 
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Hangin' too good for 'em



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Hangin' too good for 'em
Yeah, but it's a good start until we think of something better.



Hope they find her truck, but I doubt it's gonna happen.




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post #4 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-01-2005, 12:27 PM
 
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Let's start being like India and instead of incarcerating theives just chop their FUCKING HANDS OFF. That way its just that much harder to steal again.
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Let's start being like India and instead of incarcerating theives just chop their FUCKING HANDS OFF. That way its just that much harder to steal again.
I'm down with that...



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Unfortunately then for sure they will be welfare cases & very costly hospital cases & more in fitting them with special hands. Unless you do this hand hacking in the bush with their legs tied to a tree.

Mind you in special forces of the Cdn Army we received a dirty bit of how to take a person to a postor pole have them laying on their back, wrap their legs/ feet around, cross them & then hike body up said post/pole & such to where they cannot reach the floor. No shots required & they would die due to blood running to their heads. True it rezuires party of two & believe we received the same in training & yes we could not free ourselfs.
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Let's start being like India and instead of incarcerating theives just chop their FUCKING HANDS OFF. That way its just that much harder to steal again.
Not sure if I've told this story before...

We had an old aboriginal friend who was in the Army in Vietnam.

He once caught a fellow soldier stealing from someone else's locker. He dragged the guy out to the front of the barrack, pulled out his bayonet and pinned they guy, through the hand, to the railing!

When the thief finally freed himself, he went to report the incident to the C.O. The C.O.'s response?

It was along the lines of, "If I'd caught you, I'd have pinned BOTH your hands to the railing!"

Massa wasn't even reprimanded.




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post #8 of 21 (permalink) Old 11-01-2005, 01:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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Well no news yet, still stolen, doubt they find it now. I'm gonna make a sign for my truck that reads, "KEYS IN IGNITION, DOORS UNLOCKED!" and park in same spot for a while, its time to upgrade.
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A couple of months ago, my wife and I woke up to the sound of our car alarm going off at 2:30am. We figured it was just a nuissance alarm, checked the window, and...

Our car was up on blocks, there were about three guys rolling one of the tires off of it and into their trunk I dialed 911, and wanted to run out there, but my wife convinced me to wait the 5 min. for the cops. Anyway, the three guys sped off out of our apartment complex, only to be stopped by four police cars just as they pulled out onto the main road. I bet that was a surprise; I'm sure they thought they were off the hook

Got my tire back that night.
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See thats the great thing about Texas, you have the right not only to protect your life, but your porperty and your neighbors property.

I think I probably would of been outside with my 12 gauge pretty quick in this situation. Things like that can get dicey pretty quick though, so if you do decide to get involved make sure you are armed and ready to use.
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