Friday, April 29, 2011

a good sitter is hard to find.....

While I don't recognize the name, I can't help but think maybe this woman works for us because so many of our employees are not familiar with the word "babysitter" either. They can never attend "mandatory" meetings because they don't have a....babysitter. They can never work weekends (GASP!) because they don't have a...babysitter. They even have to leave client's homes early to get their kids off the bus because they don't have...a lick of sense. Thought I was gonna say "babysitter", huh? I am. They don't have common sense OR a babysitter.
Here's a definition of the word straight out of Webster's Dickshunary:
Babysitter (ˈbā-bē-ˌsit-ter): the person who takes tender loving care of your children while you go to the grocery store, attend Mass or rob a Payless. (Noun)
Let's face it, people, it's much easier for you to make a fast get-away without a kid hanging off your teat. Not mention, you're much less conspicuous. Oh, and here's a robbery tip, honey: if you're going to be charged with armed robbery, go for the money and not the tacky shoes. I just hope to God she wasn't stealing a pair of Jellys because that would be the final insult.


Woman carrying infant arrested following armed robbery

Police arrested a West Columbia woman Wednesday following the armed robbery of a Payless Shoe store on Augusta Road.
Carrying her three-month-old baby, Jaclyn Alveshire, of Whiteside Circle, allegedly took a pair of shoes and left the store without paying for them.
Alveshire pulled a gun on a store clerk when confronted outside the store before getting into her car and driving away, the West Columbia Police Department stated.
The 32-year-old mother was arrested a short distance away and has been charged with armed robbery, use of a gun in a violent crime and unlawful conduct toward a child. Wednesday afternoon she was being held in the Lexington County Detention Center and her child turned over to relatives.

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