Wednesday, April 19, 2006

i'm planning my escape

Bugzzz writes: "Something similar happened to a girl I work with. A guy came through her checkstand one day with two carts jam-packed with groceries, a stereo, bunch of DVD's..all kinds of stuff. Red flags are going up everywhere. So, she looks down at the card, and it's her card.
(She'd been robbed a few days earlier, and she used the card as a back-up, like for emergencies)
She stalled and told the guy (he wasn't even smart enough to steal a card with a man's name on it) that since his total was so high, that per store policy, she had to call and get approval blah blah. (She bullshits under pressure like noone I have ever seen.) She called our manager, who called the cops. Not only did he rob her apartment, he lived in her apartment complex. He was also caught shoplifting a shitload of $5 costume jewelry.
Great world, isn't it?"
He must be a total idiot. I mean, if you're gonna shoplift and risk getting caught, who's dumb enough to steal costume jewelry?!
Course going for the big stuff didn't seem to work out too well for him either...

As if being the child of Tom Cruise isn't bad enough, the new baby girl has been named "Suri Xenu L. Ronnette Holmes-Cruise."
Let the pre school beatings begin....

Apparently Kevin Federline doesn't believe in divorce and he thinks Nick and Jessica were wrong to split. Check out what Kevin has to say about marriage: "Once you're married, you're in it for the fight." Yet another immature punk who has no business getting married.
But hey , I wouldn't believe in divorce either if I had some clueless rich bitch footing all my bills.

There's an article on MSN today on how to negotiate with tips from LAPD SWAT
commander, Lt. Michael Albanese. It makes for an interesting read and has some really good suggestions for dealing with others.
I always think the SWAT negotiator guys are probably great at getting women into bed. LOL. They know how to counter all of our arguments.

LOL!!! This is probably as good as it gets for a law enforcement person: 'While on routine patrol, a lieutenant with the McDowell County (North Carolina) Sheriff’s Office stopped a vehicle. When the driver asked why he had been stopped, the deputy told him, “Because you’re driving my car.” The white Honda had been stolen earlier in the week.
The driver and passenger were arrested. The deputy said the car was in “good condition.”

Mr. G and I were filling out a cc application and the guy said, "I can't sign you as co-owners of the account, but your husband can add you, meaning you can use the card, but you have no financial responsiblity if something should happen."
I'm like, "Did you hear that, honey? You don't want to piss me off cuz I'll run that sucker sky high and skip town."
Awww, you know it's true love when you can threaten each other.

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