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2009-01-29 01:37:23 PM  
What I said was, I want to work with ethnic teens.
 
2009-01-29 01:38:52 PM  
Was it him?
www.hbo.com
 
2009-01-29 01:39:14 PM  
The sherrif is nrodeofrog: What I said was, I want to work with ethnic teens.

What about the sheriff? I hear he is near...
 
2009-01-29 01:40:15 PM  
FTA: Both boys face 20 misdemeanor and felony counts of burglary, grand theft and petty theft.

The change from the cup holders or the road maps in the glove compartment?
 
2009-01-29 01:41:30 PM  
Other owners in the neighborhood reported items such as a lighter, a Razor scooter, an iPod, cigarettes, breath mints, a briefcase and a laptop computer stolen. The lighter was given back to the owner.

The iPod, smokes, laptop, and the Razor scooter were taken to the police evidence room for um... safekeeping.
 
2009-01-29 01:41:47 PM  
Crap
Yes, I am still drunk
Shhh...don't tell anyone
 
2009-01-29 01:42:38 PM  
FTA: Other owners in the neighborhood reported items such as a lighter, a Razor scooter, an iPod, cigarettes, breath mints, a briefcase and a laptop computer stolen. The lighter was given back to the owner.

That's some fine police work.
 
2009-01-29 01:42:53 PM  
Glad one of the victims got their lighter back.
 
2009-01-29 01:43:08 PM  
Good thing their full names and addresses were included in the article!
 
2009-01-29 01:43:23 PM  
12:07am? What, do they have a 12:30am misdemeanor bedtime or something?

/Kids these days...
 
2009-01-29 01:45:20 PM  
Protip: If you can see the police dog and there isn't a great difference in elevation between your respective locations, you're already busted.
 
2009-01-29 01:46:48 PM  
you_idiot: Good thing their full names and addresses were included in the article!

I thought minors couldn't be named or shown, much less have their addresses listed. Maybe its a NY state thing but I thought that was a rule across the country.
 
2009-01-29 01:49:31 PM  
Lets go steal shiat from their house!
 
2009-01-29 01:49:48 PM  
Donald_McRonald: Was it him?

Are you certain that is a boy?
 
2009-01-29 01:50:29 PM  
ftaincluding one owned by a Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco law enforcement officer

That should be a tazin', bro.
 
2009-01-29 01:50:37 PM  
Kongressman Grandma: you_idiot: Good thing their full names and addresses were included in the article!

I thought minors couldn't be named or shown, much less have their addresses listed. Maybe its a NY state thing but I thought that was a rule across the country.


THIS ... IS ... FLORIDA!
 
2009-01-29 01:50:38 PM  
including one owned by a Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco law enforcement officer

Good, those guys are a bunch of poser pig oxygen wasters.
 
2009-01-29 01:51:43 PM  
They were also charge with improper wearing of their clothing, would it hurt them to pull up their damned pants? A boy came in yesterday in a hoodie that was sewn to look inside out and his pants hanging down below his ass. Boxers are called UNDER WEAR for a reason kids.

/your drawers, I don't want to see them.
 
2009-01-29 01:53:38 PM  
Jail for life. Both of them.
 
2009-01-29 01:53:46 PM  
half-mad-genius: They were also charge with improper wearing of their clothing, would it hurt them to pull up their damned pants? A boy came in yesterday in a hoodie that was sewn to look inside out and his pants hanging down below his ass. Boxers are called UNDER WEAR for a reason kids.

/your drawers, I don't want to see them.


Did he have hair down to his goddamned shoulders? And did he say, "just trim it a little"?
 
2009-01-29 01:57:06 PM  
/your drawers, I don't want to see them.

Did he have hair down to his goddamned shoulders? And did he say, "just trim it a little"?

I have no problem with long hair, I think long hair looks good. I just don't want to see some damned kids boxers.
 
2009-01-29 01:58:49 PM  
As someone that has had their car broken into 3 times in the past 2 years I am not getting a kick out of this.

Cut their hands off. Problem solved.
 
2009-01-29 01:59:19 PM  
FTFA: Several vehicles were left unlocked. One man had two vehicles ransacked. He hadn't locked the doors on either.

Okay...
Stealing is stealing, and it's wrong.
But, jeebus, do you folks think you at least try to lock your goddamned cars?
Seriously.
 
2009-01-29 02:01:22 PM  
Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: Several vehicles were left unlocked. One man had two vehicles ransacked. He hadn't locked the doors on either.

Okay...
Stealing is stealing, and it's wrong.
But, jeebus, do you folks think you at least try to lock your goddamned cars?
Seriously.


When my parents were kids, they lived in working-class neighborhoods where they neither locked their cars, nor their houses, even at night. Even left their keys in the ignition in the cars.

Wouldn't it be nice to have a country like that?
 
2009-01-29 02:01:24 PM  
snarkerati.com

/impressed
//unlike me when I watch him act.
 
2009-01-29 02:02:19 PM  
Thrashersk: /impressed
//unlike me when I watch him act.


Who, What, Why, Where?
 
2009-01-29 02:04:41 PM  
simpsonfan: It would have been funnier if someone saw them breaking into his car and shot them.

I'd get a good belly laugh out of that.
 
2009-01-29 02:04:57 PM  
Kongressman Grandma: I thought minors couldn't be named or shown, much less have their addresses listed. Maybe its a NY state thing but I thought that was a rule across the country.

Nope. It's actually just a policy that news outlets follow or don't follow. Many news organizations publish the identifying information if kids are charged as adults or if the crimes are particularly notorious within the community. The arrests are a matter of public record.
 
2009-01-29 02:05:47 PM  
Amateurs. My friend and I at least got boomboxes, tv's and cash out of cars back in the early 80's. And we were only 13. And we didn't get caught by the cops. We finally got popped by our parents after they started asking questions about the loot and my friends stepfather (an ex SEAL team instructor), who was a licensed PI at the time, busted us with his voice stress analyzer. That put an end to our life of crime for good! The stuff we used to get away with back then would most certainly have landed us in jail today.
 
2009-01-29 02:06:17 PM  
FTFA: FORT MYERS - Two 14-year-olds were arrested on charges of breaking into at least 40 vehicles ... including one owned by a Florida Division of Alcoholic Beverages and Tobacco law enforcement officer.

Who says today's teens don't do proper market research?
 
2009-01-29 02:06:23 PM  
rodeofrogDid he have hair down to his goddamned shoulders? And did he say, "just trim it a little"?

Nice Beatlejuice reference!


//Ya Bunch of Losers!!!
///Nice Farkin' Model!!!
 
2009-01-29 02:06:25 PM  
Fact Man 2009-01-29 02:01:22 PM
Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: Several vehicles were left unlocked. One man had two vehicles ransacked. He hadn't locked the doors on either.

Okay...
Stealing is stealing, and it's wrong.
But, jeebus, do you folks think you at least try to lock your goddamned cars?
Seriously.

When my parents were kids, they lived in working-class neighborhoods where they neither locked their cars, nor their houses, even at night. Even left their keys in the ignition in the cars.

Wouldn't it be nice to have a country like that?


SHIAT! Just 25 years ago, you could do that...
 
2009-01-29 02:10:54 PM  
My secretarys son showed up with guitar hero one evening. They found out he opened an unlocked car and took $120 from it and went straight to best buy.

To punish him they took the game away for a week.

I think that points to where it all starts.

/interacial couple - the parents
 
2009-01-29 02:14:11 PM  
Dirtybird971: Fact Man 2009-01-29 02:01:22 PM
Fark Me To Tears: FTFA: Several vehicles were left unlocked. One man had two vehicles ransacked. He hadn't locked the doors on either.

Okay...
Stealing is stealing, and it's wrong.
But, jeebus, do you folks think you at least try to lock your goddamned cars?
Seriously.

When my parents were kids, they lived in working-class neighborhoods where they neither locked their cars, nor their houses, even at night. Even left their keys in the ignition in the cars.

Wouldn't it be nice to have a country like that?

SHIAT! Just 25 years ago, you could do that...


They did. People were friendly to strangers instead of wary, little kids could play outside at night (gasp- out of eyesight of their parents!), and people trusted each other to take care of their own shiat and not mess with theirs.

It's sad that in just 25-30 years, we've devolved into a culture of paranoid, pedo-fearing, posession-guarding folk, where crime is actually expected, hence being "stupid" for leaving your car doors unlocked.

It shouldn't have to be that way.
 
2009-01-29 02:18:22 PM  
Fact Man: Dirtybird971: It shouldn't have to be that way.

I couldnt agree more. It should also rain candy canes and bills should be paid by the bill fairy.
 
2009-01-29 02:18:26 PM  
They are lucky it wasn't Mr. Vineyards car.

www.filmwad.com
 
2009-01-29 02:21:05 PM  
spikedsynapse: Fact Man: Dirtybird971: It shouldn't have to be that way.

I couldnt agree more. It should also rain candy canes and bills should be paid by the bill fairy.


See? That's what I mean.

The idea of a peaceful neighborhood where people trust each other is so absurd to even think about, so absurd that it's likened to candy cane rain and fairies.

How sad is that? It used to exist.
 
2009-01-29 02:23:59 PM  
FTFA:The boys are alleged to have stolen two gun holsters, which were returned to the ABT agent, and binoculars from the vehicle. Other owners in the neighborhood reported items such as a lighter, a Razor scooter, an iPod, cigarettes, breath mints, a briefcase and a laptop computer stolen. The lighter was given back to the owner.

oh thank god the lighter was given back...

Several vehicles were left unlocked. One man had two vehicles ransacked. He hadn't locked the doors on either.

way to go genius
 
2009-01-29 02:25:14 PM  
Fact Man:it used to exist.

so did dinosaurs
 
2009-01-29 02:27:54 PM  
spikedsynapse: Fact Man:it used to exist.

so did dinosaurs


You're missing the point.
 
2009-01-29 02:35:37 PM  
Fact Man:You're missing the point.

Dang it, we shouldn't have to live in a land where points are so hard to get a hold of. It didnt used to be that way.
 
2009-01-29 02:36:09 PM  
The Angry Hand of God: As someone that has had their car broken into 3 times in the past 2 years I am not getting a kick out of this.

Cut their hands off. Problem solved.


Someone needs a Trunk Monkey.
 
2009-01-29 02:38:40 PM  
Fact Man: spikedsynapse: Fact Man:it used to exist.

so did dinosaurs

You're missing the point.


All things pass, including giant lizards. This is the point.
 
2009-01-29 02:39:29 PM  
spikedsynapse: Fact Man:You're missing the point.

Dang it, we shouldn't have to live in a land where points are so hard to get a hold of. It didnt used to be that way.


Now you're just annoying. It's a shame 12-year-olds can create Fark handles just like mature adults can.
 
2009-01-29 02:39:44 PM  
TheOtherOne79: They are lucky it wasn't Mr. Vineyards car.

[picture of curbstomp]

Is it disturbing that I've always wanted to do that to someone that deserved it, like a rapist, pedophile or murderer?
 
2009-01-29 02:40:00 PM  
Arklop: The Angry Hand of God: As someone that has had their car broken into 3 times in the past 2 years I am not getting a kick out of this.

Cut their hands off. Problem solved.

Someone needs a Trunk Monkey.


I've always wanted one of These (new window)
 
2009-01-29 02:41:32 PM  
Several vehicles were left unlocked. One man had two vehicles ransacked. He hadn't locked the doors on either.

People who leave their cars unlocked and then complain when stuff gets taken out of them annoy me. Yes it's wrong to steal, and yes the thief was in the wrong, but how hard is it to push the lock button?
 
2009-01-29 02:42:06 PM  
Fact Man: spikedsynapse: Fact Man: Dirtybird971: It shouldn't have to be that way.

I couldnt agree more. It should also rain candy canes and bills should be paid by the bill fairy.

See? That's what I mean.

The idea of a peaceful neighborhood where people trust each other is so absurd to even think about, so absurd that it's likened to candy cane rain and fairies.

How sad is that? It used to exist.


Oh, those places still exist, it's called 'rural America'. I never lock my car when it's parked at home (or the grocer, or at work...) though manual door locks do have a lot to do w/that. I used to leave my keys in the car all the time too, still do at work on most days.
Now, I do know there is crime where I live, but it's minimal compared to the cesspool 50 miles east (Detroilet) mainly shoplifters, drunks, domestic violence, idiots getting popped with drugs, that kinda thing.
 
2009-01-29 02:43:43 PM  
ptelg: Fact Man: spikedsynapse: Fact Man:it used to exist.

so did dinosaurs

You're missing the point.

All things pass, including giant lizards. This is the point.


It's a non-sequitur. Apples and oranges. Yes, they're slightly related in the sense that they are both two things that no longer exist. But lollipops and lava are both things that can be orange, it doesn't mean they have anything to do with eachother.
 
2009-01-29 02:43:48 PM  
OniNeko: TheOtherOne79: They are lucky it wasn't Mr. Vineyards car.

[picture of curbstomp]

Is it disturbing that I've always wanted to do that to someone that deserved it, like a rapist, pedophile or murderer?


Nah. We're all violent people capable of horrible things. Personally, I think a curb stomping is rather tame. I'd rather drag the scumbag behind a speeding truck thru a field of broken glass and rusty nails before dumping his mutilated body into a dumpster filled with salt. Then, the real punishment could begin.
 
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