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(Mainichi Daily News)   Finders of sack full of money don't want it because it is "creepy"   (mdn.mainichi.co.jp) divider line 62
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2003-02-04 10:52:11 AM
PSA: About $33,380 US or $50k Canadian.
 
2003-02-04 11:05:30 AM
Well, I'd be happy to take it of their hands.

Morons.
 
2003-02-04 01:49:56 PM
This article is a sack full of shiat. Now that's creepy.
 
udo
2003-02-04 01:50:10 PM
Take a check then.
 
2003-02-04 01:50:52 PM
I had a creppy dollar one time.
I basically got rid of it as quickly as possible, I stashed it in the save the children foundation can, let them deal with it.
 
2003-02-04 01:51:21 PM
Ghost Pirates?
Or Pirate Ghosts?
 
2003-02-04 01:51:40 PM
Nah, We dont need no Free cash.... no thanks.. not for me... Dumbass is right...
 
2003-02-04 01:51:55 PM
I think being stupid is kind of creepy.
 
2003-02-04 01:52:42 PM
That's strange. A friend of mine found an unopened beer on the street, but it wasn't too creepy for him to drink it. Must be a one of those Japan-US cultural differences.
 
2003-02-04 01:52:44 PM
I once found a sack full of money, and then my conscience got the better of me, so I found its rightful owner and returned it.
I expected a huge reward.
I got none.
My revenge was terible.
 
2003-02-04 01:53:20 PM
creepy money? sounds like a case for scooby and shaggy
 
2003-02-04 01:53:27 PM
Fury211: I stashed it in the save the children foundation can, let them deal with it.

Next time, better give it to the save the kittens foundation.

KLUM!

NSFW
 
2003-02-04 01:53:27 PM
Why doesn't this crap ever happen to me? I'd lose the "creepy" feeling by drinking it away at the local pub.
 
2003-02-04 01:53:45 PM
My spelling was also terible.
 
2003-02-04 01:55:28 PM
What the hell is money?
 
2003-02-04 01:55:57 PM
It's those shifty eyes.

CrEePy
 
2003-02-04 01:56:30 PM
What the hell is money? Not sure, But i know what its worth... My money is worth more than yours!
 
2003-02-04 01:58:13 PM
what idiots. In what way is money creepy?
 
2003-02-04 02:00:13 PM
hehe...finders of sack
 
GCD
2003-02-04 02:00:27 PM
So, that's where my money went...
 
2003-02-04 02:00:49 PM
I dammand a follup. Why the hell was this money creepy?
And why can't I find any money, creepy or not.
 
2003-02-04 02:01:43 PM
To the Japanese, finding a sack full of money is creepy. On the other hand, finding a sack full of bukakke and hentai pr0n is a gift from the Gods.
 
2003-02-04 02:01:45 PM
did anyone happen to notice the name of the name of the place this happend:FUKUOKA
FUK-U-OK-A
 
2003-02-04 02:03:33 PM
I found some creepy money once, I was so scared of it that I spent it as fast as I could.
 
2003-02-04 02:05:23 PM
Maybe the sack had a big dollar (yen) sign on the outside. That'd be slightly creepy.
 
2003-02-04 02:05:51 PM
4,000,000 yen= 33,380.75 U.S. dollars
 
2003-02-04 02:06:27 PM
Collywobbles at first glance the girl in the ad looked, ummm very young. That kind of creeped me out.
 
2003-02-04 02:06:44 PM
It's mine.
 
2003-02-04 02:09:13 PM
I once found some creepy money. It had "you're the best dancer ever, call me" written on it. I was kinda creeped out thinking about the seven forms of VD it must have gotten from that nasty stripper.
 
2003-02-04 02:11:16 PM
Maybe there was an unmarked videotape in the bag.

 
2003-02-04 02:12:43 PM
Ebawb, the ad is a little nasty, but the girl doesn't look particularly young to me. 20ish.
 
2003-02-04 02:13:50 PM
I've said it before and I'll say it again: Fukuoka is a wild, wacky prefecture.
 
2003-02-04 02:23:03 PM
Maybe they did take the money..... Maybe the police just said they refused it in case the real owners (Dealers, Mafia, jumping Jews of Jerusalm) whatever; came after them...

Sure, the police 'statement' was that the money had not been involved in any crime, but if you are a criminal, knowing full well it WAS dirty money; would YOU claim it ??

Maybe they should buy some women for india with it or something.....
 
2003-02-04 02:23:19 PM
4 is a very unlucky number in Japan. It sounds like "death."
 
2003-02-04 02:24:09 PM
I would like to point out that Japan has had some terrorist attacks in the past, and with the world climate the way it is, maybe that's what they meant by "creepy."

Or maybe they're just dumb.
 
2003-02-04 02:24:42 PM
At first glance, as in click, and then click back cause my boss is walking up.
 
2003-02-04 02:29:36 PM
Flying squirrel:

Ichi, ni, san. . . shiat!



I wish I could find a bag full of creepy money. I wouldn't keep it long enough for it to bother me. I'd be out of debt, wahoo!

--TI
 
2003-02-04 02:29:49 PM
Crazylittleelf:

"I dammand a follup."

If you listen carefully you can actually hear an English teacher loading his gun.
 
2003-02-04 02:31:12 PM
Believe me, I've seen enough horror movies to know that they did the right thing. Japanese leprechauns get very violent when someone steals their sack o' yen.
 
2003-02-04 02:39:21 PM
Well, I for one completely understand these folks' line of Honorable thinking. I mean, if someone left a lot of money Across the street and I was fortunate enough to walk by and Take light of it, I'd definitely take it to the nearest Trained authorities and see if I could find out whose it Had belonged to, because it wouldn't really be my money and Even if I bought things with the money then I wouldn't
Feel I could really enjoy the things that I bought with the Acquired money that wasn't really mine. So, I'd certainly Redo what they did in that particular situation given I Know all the facts from the article.

Now, read the first letter of each line.
 
2003-02-04 02:40:35 PM
D'oh! Nevermind. I hate it when things don't work out.

Well, I for one completely understand these folks' line of
Honorable thinking. I mean, if someone left a lot of money
Across the street and I was fortunate enough to walk by and
Take light of it, I'd definitely take it to the nearest
Trained authorities and see if I could find out whose it
Had belonged to, because it wouldn't really be my money and
Even if I bought things with the money then I wouldn't
Feel I could really enjoy the things that I bought with the
Acquired money that wasn't really mine. So, I'd certainly
Redo what they did in that particular situation given I
Know all the facts from the article.

Now, read the first letter of each line.
 
2003-02-04 02:50:50 PM
I found this in a bush one day and didn't want to keep it either. It was too creepy.

 
2003-02-04 02:55:57 PM
TurboSlug
You found that in a Bush? Jenna or George W.?
 
2003-02-04 02:57:30 PM
lol... Anyone think this would make a good photoshop theme? Photoshop a creepy treasure you found, but didn't keep. Trying to find a good example pic though
 
2003-02-04 02:57:48 PM
Ebawb I said NSFW!
 
2003-02-04 03:17:49 PM
A paper bag containing 4 million yen

All this fuss over $44.75? Jeez.
 
2003-02-04 03:25:40 PM
What can you expect from a couple of Japs?
 
2003-02-04 03:35:14 PM
Damn, I'll take it. Could be a buck fifty, but for that, you can get 20 minuetes of phone time and 50 peices of shiatty Bubblegum!
 
2003-02-04 03:48:25 PM
If they took it, the Yakuza would probably have killed them... Smart people...
 
2003-02-04 03:58:15 PM
Readers of full of nothing story don't read it because it is "stupid"
 
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