NFR: Car break ins

Discussion in 'Lost, Found, Stolen' started by cj6530, Jun 25, 2008.

  1. Fish Hunter

    Fish Hunter Too many people, not enough fish

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    What an idiot, blame the victim...
     
  2. Steven Green

    Steven Green Hood Canal Pirate

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    Gearhead, maybe you haven't had anything stolen before, but this is the acceptable way to "cure" a tweaker: Beat the reality into them and THEN give them treatment. Don't tell me its my fault someone broke into my locked car and rummaged through my things and stole things I worked hard to get. I don't care what drugs they are addicted to or using, if your a thief, you get punishment. Period. You honestly believe that I should expect to have my car broken into, and therefore it is my fault if it is? I can tell you without chest thumping or bravado, that if I catch someone breaking into my car, they will get what they deserve. Not a bullet in the head, but something they won't soon forget.
     
  3. reamse

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    Hey guys, I had the same reaction look at his last sentence.
     
  4. skewy

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    I am pretty new to this board and usually refrain from posting an opinion about someone elses derogatory post, but you have got to be kidding me on this one gearhead -- what a dickhead! I have dealt with addiction in my family, and if one of my relatives was caught steeling from someone else, I would hope they would get their ass kicked and be thankful they did not get killed. The addiction is not an excuse or alibi, IMHO...
     
  5. Ryan Francis

    Ryan Francis HUMILITY IS NOT THINKING LESS OF ME, BUT THINKING

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    As I have stated before, I am a ex-junkie/tweaker/meth head/shithead..whatever. Most of these posts about break ins are pretty funny, sometimes they get stupid. I strongly agree
    tweakers or bored punks should be held liable for their actions(I was) I have been clean and sober going on 6 1/2 years....I do tend to have a soft spot for junkies and drunks because I know they can recover with help. I guess what bothers me about these posts is when Mr. tough guy starts talking about blowing people away, maiming people, stupid shit like that, now you are down to that guys level. Tweakers are very unpredictable and hard to stop especially when high, most of the time they are carrying a weapon and are stupid enough to use it, not to mention they are very unkempt, and carry the possibility of transferring all kinds of nasties...Is it worth it?.......Follow the advice of the wiser folks on this board, dont keep anything of value in your car, drive a shitter......one day at a time...keep it simple, stupid

    Ryan
     
  6. HauntedByWaters

    HauntedByWaters Active Member

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    That is so unrealisitic.

    I have plenty of sympathy for those of us with giant issues but this is preposterous: "these incidents of petty theft, are simply a forced reaction by individuals with a substance abuse desease. they need help not ridicule."

    Have you ever tried to "help" a person with substance abuse? It is impossible until they truly want to change.

    Just wait until you get robbed, you won't ever feel the same.



    If only liberalites ran the world, I could get addicted to hard narcotics, do whatever I wanted, and than get all the free help I need!

    *For the record I am a liberal myself but I don't believe in handouts of any kind.
     
  7. John Dougher

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    Got a question for you folks with alarm systems that have that flashing interior light (usually red or blue); ever had a break in?
     
  8. chadk

    chadk Be the guide...

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    Can't any of you read?? Jason B, Skewy, SGreen, Fish Hunter....

    It was a joke. A rather long winded one, but a joke none the less.

    Gearhead, yes, you got them - hook line and split shot ;)
     
  9. Steven Green

    Steven Green Hood Canal Pirate

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    Guess you got me :rolleyes:
     
  10. HauntedByWaters

    HauntedByWaters Active Member

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    I pretty much read half of it, vomited in my mouth, and assumed the rest was the same.

    And yeah, I can read just fine.
     
  11. Salmo_g

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    JD,

    My car came with some kind of security system that makes the horn honk. Little decals on the rear windows and small red blinking light on the dash. With all due respect to Ryan F., I'm somewhat doubtful a methhead would bother to notice such deterrence. My car hasn't been broken into, but I think it's mainly luck of the draw, and that I haven't gone fishing on the Cedar.

    Sg
     
  12. John Dougher

    John Dougher Member

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    Salmo,
    Thanks. I have been wedging down between the front seat and shift console of my Rav4 a $1Blink Pop that puts out a pulsing red flash. Wife thinks I’m nuts. So far so good during the late evenings and early mornings.
    But again, I don’t fish the Cedar…
     
  13. gearhead

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    just a couple more for my limit.:) "vomit in my mouth", i liked that", lol. I really hate these sons of bitches, and it's a shame its illegal to bait, and kill them. just my opinion. i don't consider a thief human.
     
  14. skewy

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    :beathead::beathead::beathead::beathead::beathead:

    I knew it was a joke... :beer2:
     
  15. BlackDogDad

    BlackDogDad 1st Down Montana!

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    I doubt meth-heads are leader shy so if you keep getting break-ins I would recommend tying up a big white ipod looking fly (leave the barbs) and just wait in the shrubs for a good hookset. If the native meth-head takes a big run and might break your line, just incorporate some wingshooting.

    Should be good action because of the fairly large population of native meth-heads. If only they would allow gill-netting...that would wipe-out the problem.