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3673 clicks; posted to Main » on 29 Jan 2002 at 4:59 PM (15 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2002-01-29 05:02:26 PM  
is it hard to breathe through a towel?
2002-01-29 05:02:35 PM  
So he ruined it for us stick lovers at the Super Bowl. Farker
2002-01-29 05:07:05 PM  
The victims said it was one of those new and improved sticks with one of those laser target thingees.
2002-01-29 05:09:21 PM  
Got Wood?
2002-01-29 05:09:47 PM  
"I'll take a New England Birch 40mm, in a 30-watt range."
"Just what you see, pal."
2002-01-29 05:10:21 PM  
The robber was about 165 to 175 centimeters tall and appeared to be aged between 25 and 35 years old. As he fled, he dropped a wallet which identifies him as a farm laborer from Oregon, USA"
2002-01-29 05:15:47 PM  
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2002-01-29 05:15:59 PM  
"People don't kill people, tree branches kill people!"

"What do we want?" "More tree branch control!" "When do we want it?" "NOW!"

"When tree branches are outlawed, only outlaws will have tree branches."

"You can have my tree branch when you pry it from my cold, dead fingers"

I ask, where are the parents of the Columbine tragedy now? And to think, the American people have a holiday dedicated to such destructive weapons as tree branches. Eliminate Arbor day!!

And other such nonsense....
2002-01-29 05:20:59 PM  
The U.S.A. has already developed a bigger, stonger, more efficient tree branch.

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2002-01-29 05:26:11 PM  
For his next trick, he'll rob two bank branches with a store.
2002-01-29 05:29:56 PM  
In that other post we were all lauding the Japanese for being so nice and civil. In this story, my vision of Japan is shattered. Either Japan is no better than the South Bronx, and you can get mugged with tree branches, or their merchants are complete idiots. If I were the clerk at a convenience store and it was robbed by some tard with a tree branch, the robber would exit the store with no money, and the branch in a place that it wasn't when he came in.
2002-01-29 05:36:12 PM  
On the same topic, I was once held up in the Bronx. I had to walk from Webster and 174th to Arthur and 183rd without getting hassled by any of the locals. (you NYers know how amazing that is in those neighborhoods!) As soon as I crossed into Belmont (the Italian neighborhood), I got accosted by a drunk PR specialist, if you catch my drift. The guy tried to rob me with a broken 40. I told this guy where that bottle was going to end up if he didn't go back to his own part of town. He followed me until about 188th or so before he realized he wasn't going to get anything but a busted face and a broken bottle shoved up his ass, so he disappeared and I came away with it with a good story. God I love the Bronx!
2002-01-29 05:49:14 PM  
Those crazy Japanese, what silly hijinks will they pull next? Maybe robbing a store in a tentacle monster outfit?
2002-01-29 06:13:38 PM  
Now you can not take tree branches onto planes.
2002-01-29 06:16:12 PM  
Japan continues to kick ass.
2002-01-29 06:20:27 PM  
Check out this WaiWai story:

"Stressed-out gals turn to women
in the trade for sexual healing"
2002-01-29 06:24:22 PM  
Japan's crime rate continues to rise.

The good news is the crooks are mostly out of practice.
2002-01-29 06:46:57 PM  
great stuff. we had a guy rob a mini-mart yesterday with a farking hammer. as he fled, a citizen, yes citizen carrying a concealed weapon shot him. no kidding.

-trying to find story online---
2002-01-29 06:49:18 PM

here it is!
2002-01-29 06:58:05 PM  
It was probably covered with poison ivy. You can't be too careful with that stuff.
2002-01-29 07:02:21 PM  
MAYOBOY....... I bow to thee... :)
farking Funny...... :)
2002-01-29 07:13:48 PM  
I don't know if it's the 1/2 doz. Labbatte Ice or FARK(you guys). But I have cramps in my gut from laughing... :)
and I almost spewed suds on my keyboard 3 times .... :)
Life is good.........................
2002-01-29 07:22:35 PM  
"The robber was about 165 to 175 centimeters tall and appeared to be aged between 25 and 35 years old."

That's it for a description? Guess even Japanese can't tell each other apart.
2002-01-29 08:01:45 PM  
Kinda weird to see somebody's height described in centimeters. Seems a little short, huh?
2002-01-29 08:37:23 PM  
Fark yeah! Article number 7, and quite humorous at that.
2002-01-29 08:47:58 PM  
Guess he redefined the true meaning of "Stick'em up!"
2002-01-29 08:49:59 PM  
"They may have won this round, but they will come up with a bigger board with a bigger nail, and then a bigger one... until they come up with a board with a nail in it so big, it will destroy their puny planet!"
2002-01-29 09:05:19 PM  
This guy should really branch out into other things...
2002-01-29 09:06:08 PM  
They really need to get to the root of the problems in Japan.
2002-01-29 09:06:54 PM  
That guy is real dead wood.
2002-01-29 09:07:54 PM  
It looks like his Bark is bigger than his bite.... (Should I stop?)
2002-01-29 09:49:41 PM  
180,000 yen... well if hes using a cheap threat he wont get much money in return :P
2002-01-29 10:51:15 PM  
I think Marshall Dillon caught him in Dodge city at the Long Branch Saloon with Miss Kitty.
2002-01-29 10:52:01 PM  
Oh, and he claimed Miss Kitty gave him a woody....
2002-01-29 11:53:41 PM  
he robbed a "Family Mart"
"Won't someone please think of the children!"
also - best....article/thread....ever....
2002-01-30 04:10:28 AM  
Ancient Chinese prophets predicted this long ago:
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