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(KTWI)   Today's bullet-avoidance tip....if your ex says he'll kill you, don't go to a strange apartment to meet "John Smith" from Facebook   (twister933.com) divider line 14
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2010-08-11 11:30:30 AM
Also, bending over backwards helps.

www.justpistols.co.uk
 
2010-08-11 01:47:42 PM
Sybarite: Also, bending over backwards helps.

Don't forget 'waving your arms'.
 
2010-08-11 01:48:32 PM
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His facebook photo?
 
2010-08-11 01:50:39 PM
That site is just a playground for trouble making. And I know, I know, it's the people, not the site, but it's certainly making it sooo much easier for people to do even dumber shiat than usual.
But everyone has this love affair with FB so...
 
2010-08-11 01:56:47 PM
Today's bullet-avoidance tip....if your ex says he'll kill you, don't go to a strange apartment to meet "John Smith" from Facebook.

FTF subby

Seriously. Man is stupid enough to tell ex he will try to kill her. Is also stupid enough that his clever plan involved the alias "John Smith".

She is stupid enough to fall for it and meet him. He then is incompetent enough (fortunately for her) to shoot her three times and fail.

Can you imagine the children these two could have had? It's like adding a whole new shallow end to the gene pool.
 
2010-08-11 01:59:01 PM
Grass Hopper: Today's bullet-avoidance tip....if your ex says he'll kill you, don't go to a strange apartment to meet "John Smith" from Facebook.

FTF subby

Seriously. Man is stupid enough to tell ex he will try to kill her. Is also stupid enough that his clever plan involved the alias "John Smith".

She is stupid enough to fall for it and meet him. He then is incompetent enough (fortunately for her) to shoot her three times and fail.

Can you imagine the children these two could have had? It's like adding a whole new shallow end to the gene pool.


But they'll be potential new FB users!
 
2010-08-11 02:01:20 PM
Grass Hopper: Today's bullet-avoidance tip....if your ex says he'll kill you, don't go to a strange apartment to meet "John Smith" from Facebook.

FTF subby

Seriously. Man is stupid enough to tell ex he will try to kill her. Is also stupid enough that his clever plan involved the alias "John Smith".

She is stupid enough to fall for it and meet him. He then is incompetent enough (fortunately for her) to shoot her three times and fail.

Can you imagine the children these two could have had? It's like adding a whole new shallow end to the gene pool.


I actually knew a Joe Smith. In college he got a visit from the residence office when his roommates were playing loud music and they saw that the floor was covered in beer bottles and later found a roach on the bathroom sink. So of course the head of the office was going to write him up. He did not believe that was his real name.
 
2010-08-11 02:03:59 PM
thelordofcheese: I actually knew a Joseph Smith.

Did he listen to special rocks in magic hats?
 
2010-08-11 02:17:36 PM
thelordofcheese:
I actually knew a Joe Smith. In college he got a visit from the residence office when his roommates were playing loud music and they saw that the floor was covered in beer bottles and later found a roach on the bathroom sink. So of course the head of the office was going to write him up. He did not believe that was his real name.


I can top that.

Before we adopted our son, his official name was "Boy Doe", because he was a foundling left at a local hospital hours after being born. Naturally, that's not what we called him. When we had to go get a prescription for him, his Medicaid card said "Boy Doe", but the prescription from his doctor's office had the name we called him instead (and it was eventually his legal name).

My wife called me crying because the pharmacist, who was new, accused her of trying to commit fraud because names didn't match. A quick call to the supervisory pharmacist (who knew us) set things straight.

Don't even get me started on the problems we had getting him a Social Security number after he was adopted.
 
2010-08-11 02:33:55 PM
dittybopper: thelordofcheese:
I actually knew a Joe Smith. In college he got a visit from the residence office when his roommates were playing loud music and they saw that the floor was covered in beer bottles and later found a roach on the bathroom sink. So of course the head of the office was going to write him up. He did not believe that was his real name.

I can top that.

Before we adopted our son, his official name was "Boy Doe", because he was a foundling left at a local hospital hours after being born. Naturally, that's not what we called him. When we had to go get a prescription for him, his Medicaid card said "Boy Doe", but the prescription from his doctor's office had the name we called him instead (and it was eventually his legal name).

My wife called me crying because the pharmacist, who was new, accused her of trying to commit fraud because names didn't match. A quick call to the supervisory pharmacist (who knew us) set things straight.

Don't even get me started on the problems we had getting him a Social Security number after he was adopted.


I worked with a John Dough and swear to God his wife's name was Jane. She went by Janet after they got married.
 
2010-08-11 02:37:00 PM
dittybopper: thelordofcheese:
I actually knew a Joe Smith. In college he got a visit from the residence office when his roommates were playing loud music and they saw that the floor was covered in beer bottles and later found a roach on the bathroom sink. So of course the head of the office was going to write him up. He did not believe that was his real name.

I can top that.


My former boss decided it would be a good idea to have Joe Smith, Ben Cartwright and Frank Burns in the same office. I can just imagine a member of the public trying to file a complaint against one of them and getting the other two.
 
2010-08-11 02:54:23 PM
Not to be disparaging of Ms Dishman, but if you friend someone named "John Smith" on FB, and then meet this unknown person at an apartment, you were destined to be shot. If not the ex-boyfriend then just some other asshat.

You could meet Joseph Smith you randomly met on FB but ONLY if he promises to bring the gold tablets and lets you speak with Moroni
 
2010-08-11 03:10:12 PM
[left out of subby's headline]

...unarmed.
 
2010-08-11 05:00:34 PM
Stories like this make it hard to feel bad for the victim.

Okay, you are so desperate for a man, that you agree to meet a virtual stranger, convincingly named John Smith, at his apartment? Not in a public place, but at an apartment? Is it really too much to ask people to exercise the tiniest bit of common sense?

Right now, Darwin is saying, "Missed by that much."
 
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