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(Duluth Superior)   Thieves steal 300-pound safe without anyone noticing   (duluthsuperior.com) divider line 23
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2004-12-08 04:35:22 PM  
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seen fleeing the scene
 
2004-12-08 08:26:34 PM  

Did I read this right?

"no suspects have been identified, though a nurse recalls seeing a young male wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt, jeans and a bandana on his head in the area before the safe was stolen"
 
2004-12-08 08:29:10 PM  
Not only did they steal a safe, but they stole it from a nursing home. That's just not right.
 
2004-12-08 08:29:52 PM  
Were caught when they confessed to their Chriopractors how their backs got in such a state...
 
2004-12-08 08:29:53 PM  
I'm sure they're keeping it nice and safe.
 
2004-12-08 08:30:19 PM  
"It's bizarre," said Darrin Berg, an investigator with the Cloquet Police Department.

"There could be thousands of dollars" of stolen checks on the loose, Berg said.

Woah...really??
 
2004-12-08 08:33:59 PM  
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Wanted for questioning.
 
2004-12-08 08:36:03 PM  
And the umpire says...."SAFE!!"

/obvious
/no pun intended
 
2004-12-08 08:37:04 PM  
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2004-12-08 08:37:40 PM  
I recommend they look up the skirt of the closest gypsy.

That's just good advice that can be used in a great many situations.
 
2004-12-08 08:39:08 PM  
GIS for Safe Stealing

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2004-12-08 08:40:26 PM  
And my home town hits the pages of fark!

Hooray. My stepmom works at that hospital. I bet it was an inside job and my dad jacked the safe.
 
2004-12-08 08:41:10 PM  
Didn't Pam & Tommy say the same thing?
 
2004-12-08 08:49:52 PM  
unsafe

verb

The act of removing something from within a safe.
 
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2004-12-08 08:53:04 PM  
easily done. You wheel the 300 pound safe behind a 600 pound guy.
 
2004-12-08 08:53:16 PM  
Was it this guy?

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2004-12-08 10:29:17 PM  
Deep Hurting

unsafe

verb

The act of removing something from within a safe.


2. The act of purposely defeating a safety device; The burglar unsafed the detonator attached to the explosive charge he'd attached to the safe for the unsafeing.
 
2004-12-08 10:44:22 PM  
a whole safe to hold a mere 300 pounds? That's like $600US, right? Did they really need a safe for that?

/Didn't rtfa
 
2004-12-08 10:57:39 PM  
Here's a headline:

Fark greenlight gets fewest number of comments ever....
 
2004-12-08 11:28:17 PM  
if i knew about safes that small with valuables in them then i'd probly take a few myself. 300lb ain't shiat.
 
2004-12-08 11:32:29 PM  
Nah, the fewest comments are the AudioEdit threads.

And with good reason...they're not funny. And who wants to hear some nerdy guy's voice, trying to imitate different accents? It's like the Lieutenant's radio show from "Good Morning, Vietnam".
 
2004-12-09 10:15:30 AM  
(insert random Italian Job or Ocean's Eleven reference here)
 
2004-12-09 10:16:36 AM  
Oh thats NOTHING!

I heard that someone STOLE 420 _TONS_ of EXPLOSIVES from military base that was under US MILITARY CONTROL!
 
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