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Message to the Thief (2 pics)

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Hilarious message to the thief who broke into this guy's van.

1 Message to the Thief (2 pics)


2 Message to the Thief (2 pics)


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№1 Author: MissGinette (5 Oct 2010 02:30) Total user comments: 612


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№2 Author: Marqito15 (5 Oct 2010 02:51) Total user comments: 109


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№3 Author: 1edson (5 Oct 2010 02:55) Total user comments: 407


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well, the guy was practically asking to be robbed. it happened, but not the way he expected.
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№4 Author: Jimmy Johnson (5 Oct 2010 03:05) Total user comments: 5518


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I'm pretty sure the operative noun is "asshole". I don't believe it requires more than one person to break a car window... And if you're stupid enough to leave your junk in plain view, then maybe you learned yourself a life lesson, nerd.
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№5 Author: adzhoe (5 Oct 2010 03:39) Total user comments: 14959


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Foolish to leave anything that might even look valuable in your car...Even more so to do that and leave the door unlocked! So now that person has a broken window. Shows that the college student has a LOT to learn!
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№6 Author: perez (5 Oct 2010 04:54) Total user comments: 757


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UUUUHHH deep message
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№7 Author: lepsy (5 Oct 2010 07:33) Total user comments: 1252


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At least he's got some sense of humor .
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№8 Author: aks3167 (5 Oct 2010 08:10) Total user comments: 1674


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№9 Author: Jinxaruny (5 Oct 2010 08:42) Total user comments: 10324


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07 Dumbasses!!!!
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№10 Author: fairmania (5 Oct 2010 10:59) Total user comments: 1436


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Thieves are generally opportunists anyway. God forbid they should actually TRY the door.

One smashed the side window of a hatchback here a few years ago the discover that the FILA box on the back seat only contained the owners old, whiff-of-death trainers. Saddest fact there was the car was essentially empty and visibly unlocked, as both door locks had failed and the owner was about to scrap it.

They broke into one of our cars to steal the stereo, which I had bolted the back of onto the heater housing underneath. They ended up only getting away with a small pack of tissues to mop up the blood where they cut themselves breaking in, having failed to remove the wing-nut (yes, a WING_NUT!!!) to get the stereo out.

Har-de-har!!
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№11 Author: nico (5 Oct 2010 11:29) Total user comments: 3050


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№12 Author: salsapopo (5 Oct 2010 13:43) Total user comments: 12723


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№13 Author: 2fuzzy (5 Oct 2010 15:05) Total user comments: 10400


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So the driver left all that stuff in an unlocked van? Who is the real idiot here?
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№14 Author: R.E. Bell (5 Oct 2010 15:40) Total user comments: 189


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Wankers, both the robbers and the robbed...
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№15 Author: fluorescentG (5 Oct 2010 15:43) Total user comments: 3958


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he's bitter but should be happy it wasn't worse
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№16 Author: Lu (5 Oct 2010 18:09) Total user comments: 15082


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The thief will come back to read the message?
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№17 Author: astroboy3000 (5 Oct 2010 18:12) Total user comments: 2543


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what a fucked up world where we blame a man who got robbed for having his belongings in his vehicle.
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№18 Author: Ty Webb (5 Oct 2010 18:21) Total user comments: 6156


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I almost always respect Jimmy's posts...but I think you are really a bit off the mark.....this guy gets robbed and you almost sound glad that he did. It was a lesson he probably needed to learn but if he is guilty of anything it is being a bit too trusting in his fellow man by leaving such items in his van.

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№19 Author: amerJD (5 Oct 2010 19:24) Total user comments: 1400


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hahaha..!!! 10 10 10
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№20 Author: jacobo (5 Oct 2010 19:34) Total user comments: 184


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№21 Author: DECAYD_MIND (5 Oct 2010 20:29) Total user comments: 34


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This is what is wrong with our society today. Degenerates break into a mans car, and people give him crap for leaving his own belongings in the car! Get off your mom's computer and get a job!

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№22 Author: Jimmy Johnson (5 Oct 2010 21:33) Total user comments: 5518


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@Ty Webb - Leaving your valuables in plain sight in an "unlocked" vehicle as the letter would suggest smacks of b/s. This guy was looking for someone to steal his crap, so his house insurance (dorm living is always suspect to theft) would pay for a new laptop... 8 year old laptop with Windows 2000 in college, but he has gps? Are you serious? He needed the combined value of the ipod, gps and textbooks (from a previous semester) to make up the difference in dollar value.

That's how I see it. Jimmy Johnson CSI.
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№23 Author: GustavoSM (5 Oct 2010 21:54) Total user comments: 396


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was he expecting the robber to go back and read the message?
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№24 Author: mahedi (6 Oct 2010 14:01) Total user comments: 10772


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Unlucky thief
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№25 Author: Governator (6 Oct 2010 16:12) Total user comments: 653


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jimmy... jimmy... jimmy...he left the stuff in the car so that someone would steal it , so he can collect insurance , but then when they dont, he is soo pissed, that he writes a note to the foolish thieves, pointing out their idiotic mistake...
yeaaah ...I dont buy it csi guy. 10
what happened is this guy was most likely in a hurry, left his stuff in there and some asswipe, loser, with parents that never taught him shit...broke the window after he noticed the 'puter on the seat...and took off.
As it turns out ..this guy is prob. more pissed about the window, than anything else, had the thief noticed the door unlocked, he would have gone inside and prob. found all the valuable stuff. Window may cost him 120 bucks..and some inconvenience..but that is it. lesson learned. 48
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№26 Author: raymond.wendt (9 Oct 2010 12:53) Total user comments: 9115


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It's much easier to leave nothing valuable in your car and just leave the doors unlocked. If they want to get in, they're going to get in.
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№27 Author: Governator (20 Oct 2010 10:09) Total user comments: 653


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raymond.wendt,

" It's much easier to leave nothing valuable in your car and just leave the doors unlocked. If they want to get in, they're going to get in."
unless you live in an area with homeless around like say ...Hollywood ..and you get in your car in the morning , only to find some bum fell asleep in your brand new car in the back seat ..and pissed himself..and the seat.. 07 11 .
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