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(Sun Sentinel)   Apparently this needs repeating: If you really need to check your Myspace account when you burglarize a house, make sure you logout when you're done   (sun-sentinel.com ) divider line
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5030 clicks; posted to Main » on 08 Nov 2010 at 11:03 AM (6 years ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2010-11-08 08:17:17 AM  
Maybe it is just the fact that if you are still on Myspace you have a far greater chance of being a criminal. You never see a crook retweeting something at a crime scene.
 
2010-11-08 08:24:18 AM  
BRB B&E LOL
 
2010-11-08 09:49:02 AM  

DaSwankOne: You never see a crook retweeting something at a crime scene.


Give it time
 
2010-11-08 10:45:17 AM  
Jewelry coming out.
 
2010-11-08 11:02:41 AM  

Superevil: DaSwankOne: You never see a crook retweeting something at a crime scene.

Give it time


www.livecrimeupdates.com. Even allows for live video feeds.
 
2010-11-08 11:05:27 AM  
the most amazing thing about that story is that someone still uses myspace.
 
2010-11-08 11:05:32 AM  
GiT er done.
 
2010-11-08 11:07:30 AM  
media.tumblr.com
 
2010-11-08 11:10:11 AM  
I don't think his "it was could outside" defense will carry him too far in the Florida Keys.
 
2010-11-08 11:11:35 AM  
People still use Myspace?
 
2010-11-08 11:12:24 AM  
People who live in Florida get cold when the temperature is 65
 
2010-11-08 11:13:07 AM  
People still use Myspace?
/dumb people apparently
 
2010-11-08 11:13:29 AM  
TotullBadazz says: kickin it in bigazz house no one will ever know i wuz here lulz!!!1!1!! Aw man sum old dude at teh window saw me peace out

Like.
 
2010-11-08 11:21:53 AM  
seeing someone with a myspace account is like seeing someone carrying a pager.
 
2010-11-08 11:22:00 AM  
Burgle, subby, burgle.
 
2010-11-08 11:22:26 AM  

Barfmaker: BRB B&E LOL


You just made me barf my coffee all over

Thanks pal
 
2010-11-08 11:31:27 AM  

Jorge Sum: Burgle, subby, burgle.


I considered it but chose to go with another word that means the exact same thing. Thanks.
 
2010-11-08 11:32:57 AM  

jabbedxorz: People still use Myspace?


This.
 
2010-11-08 11:33:42 AM  

Barfmaker: BRB B&E LOL


Amazing.
 
2010-11-08 11:37:40 AM  
FTA: Rupp was found a short time later walking around the neighborhood, with two screwdrivers in his pockets...Rupp is charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools and theft.

Damn, I own a socket set, I bet they'd put me in jail for life.
 
2010-11-08 11:42:44 AM  
Is Myspace more or less pathetic than Facebook?
 
2010-11-08 11:47:36 AM  
Why was he charged with burglary? For a can of soda? Maybe some unauthorized use of service? There was a storm outside! You gonna deny someone shelter?

Damn, he left some pot behind to pay for it.
 
2010-11-08 11:51:09 AM  

DownDaRiver: Why was he charged with burglary? For a can of soda? Maybe some unauthorized use of service? There was a storm outside! You gonna deny someone shelter?

Damn, he left some pot behind to pay for it.


Unauthorized entry. Coincidentally, this also applies to the miniature horse thread.
 
2010-11-08 11:56:17 AM  
Sounds like a squatter, not a thief.
 
2010-11-08 12:03:47 PM  
He should have graduated to being a Facebook user who presses the "Like" button for his own status updates. That's one level of retarded above being a MySpace user.
 
2010-11-08 12:03:59 PM  
Anyone else think these cases are setups? It just seems more plausible that you'd try to frame someone this way than that someone would really want to check what their friends are up to while they're robbing a place and then not log out.
 
2010-11-08 12:04:47 PM  
I actually LOL.
 
2010-11-08 12:14:43 PM  

sforce: Jorge Sum: Burgle, subby, burgle.

I considered it but chose to go with another word that means the exact same thing. Thanks.


Ah, but "burglarize" (a) has more syllables and (b) isn't a word.

If burglars burglarize, are folks who burglarize burglarizers or burglarizationists? And do burglarizationists engage in burgarizationification?
 
2010-11-08 12:17:07 PM  

Jorge Sum: sforce: Jorge Sum: Burgle, subby, burgle.

I considered it but chose to go with another word that means the exact same thing. Thanks.

Ah, but "burglarize" (a) has more syllables and (b) isn't a word.

If burglars burglarize, are folks who burglarize burglarizers or burglarizationists? And do burglarizationists engage in burgarizationification?


Burglarize (new window)
 
2010-11-08 12:19:20 PM  

the_foo: Anyone else think these cases are setups? It just seems more plausible that you'd try to frame someone this way than that someone would really want to check what their friends are up to while they're robbing a place and then not log out.


Yes my first thought! So easy someone leaves terminal logged in, change password, B&E, however being found nearby with screwdrivers kindda tipped it against him
/in my humble opinion.
 
2010-11-08 12:22:59 PM  
MySpace truly is the ghetto of the internet.
 
2010-11-08 12:23:08 PM  

spawn73: Is Myspace more or less pathetic than Facebook?


They both make you a big stupid Internet ruining moron.
 
2010-11-08 12:28:29 PM  

jennyz: MySpace truly is the ghetto of the internet.


worse than 4chan?
 
2010-11-08 12:35:03 PM  

Superevil: DaSwankOne: You never see a crook retweeting something at a crime scene.

Give it time


LOL - In yer house, burgling yer stuffs.
 
2010-11-08 12:41:45 PM  

Mr Rusty Shackleford: spawn73: Is Myspace more or less pathetic than Facebook?

They both make you a big stupid Internet ruining moron.


What does Fark make you?
 
2010-11-08 12:48:51 PM  

uberdose: What does Fark make you?


I don't try to pretend my comments have any value in a forum like this and don't put myself forward in any serious fashion. Therefore, much better moral standing than the pretentious twats of Facebook, Myspace, Twitter, etc

I visit and comment on other forums as well, just nothing that exists to define my identity on the Internet.
 
2010-11-08 12:49:08 PM  
If you really need to check your Myspace account when you burglarize a house, make sure you logout steal the computer when you're done

Then again, he seems to have kept the losses low, so that may keep his charges minor.
 
2010-11-08 12:51:10 PM  

I_Am_Weasel: DownDaRiver: Why was he charged with burglary? For a can of soda? Maybe some unauthorized use of service? There was a storm outside! You gonna deny someone shelter?

Damn, he left some pot behind to pay for it.

Unauthorized entry.Trespassing. Coincidentally, this also applies to the miniature horse thread.

 
2010-11-08 12:58:22 PM  

Jorge Sum: sforce: Jorge Sum: Burgle, subby, burgle.

I considered it but chose to go with another word that means the exact same thing. Thanks.

Ah, but "burglarize" (a) has more syllables and (b) isn't a word.

If burglars burglarize, are folks who burglarize burglarizers or burglarizationists? And do burglarizationists engage in burgarizationification?



Ah, but "burgle" is the word that means taking something from someone's home or office. "Burglarize" theoretically would mean the application of burglars to an entity; I could throw a dinner for burglars, and by bringing burglars to the hall, I have therefore "burglarized" it.

/yes, I know it's pedantry, but still.
 
2010-11-08 12:58:24 PM  

Mr Rusty Shackleford: spawn73: Is Myspace more or less pathetic than Facebook?

They both make you a big stupid Internet ruining moron.


As a guy whose wife just found her given-for-adopted daughter on Facebook today, I'm getting some serious f**king giggles out of your statement....

/ yes, really.// how surreal's YOUR day been today??
 
2010-11-08 01:09:40 PM  
That's some pretty wild shiat, uncletogie. Sincerely hope that situation works out favorably!

I was BSing with my neighbor a few months ago when he ran inside to answer the phone. Comes out jazzed as a motherfarker to report that the police just found his 60s era corvette that was stolen nearly 20 years ago and he was off to pick it up. Few hours later he gets home and it turns out whoever had it had put a lot of work into it, new stereo, etc, and it was in pristine condition compared to when it was stolen. Too cool and coincidental, he's still stoked.

Vaguely similar, but very different to your situation.
 
2010-11-08 01:18:21 PM  

Mr Rusty Shackleford: That's some pretty wild shiat, uncletogie. Sincerely hope that situation works out favorably!


Thanks... As it was all happening {waiting for her daughter's 'allow as friend' response} we were outside and I joked about her finding out her daughter had kids. I got that look.

Lo 'n' behold, since this is Fark, you can guess what happened next... I'm laughing my ass off. To her credit, she took my congratulating her on her graduation from MILF to GILF quite well, considering. :D

Phone calls're next. :D

/ man, I'm glad we smoke in the house.
// hell of an excuse for all the smoke in here.
 
2010-11-08 01:23:43 PM  
I'm writing this from inside Subby's house, so I'm getting a kick...
 
2010-11-08 01:24:55 PM  

DaSwankOne: Maybe it is just the fact that if you are still on Myspace you have a far greater chance of being a criminal. You never see a crook retweeting something at a crime scene.


Okay, stereo is coming out.
 
2010-11-08 01:37:07 PM  
If you really need to check your Myspace account when you burglarize a house, make sure you logout when you're done

Better yet: Don't log on to Facebook while burglarizing a house.

Even better yet: Don't burglarize a house. It's not your stuff.
 
2010-11-08 01:37:19 PM  

Mr Rusty Shackleford: That's some pretty wild shiat, uncletogie. Sincerely hope that situation works out favorably!

I was BSing with my neighbor a few months ago when he ran inside to answer the phone. Comes out jazzed as a motherfarker to report that the police just found his 60s era corvette that was stolen nearly 20 years ago and he was off to pick it up. Few hours later he gets home and it turns out whoever had it had put a lot of work into it, new stereo, etc, and it was in pristine condition compared to when it was stolen. Too cool and coincidental, he's still stoked.

Vaguely similar, but very different to your situation.


Wasn't that on fark a few months back? I recall reading that article.
 
2010-11-08 01:38:30 PM  
t0.gstatic.com
 
2010-11-08 01:39:38 PM  

BLIXX: Mr Rusty Shackleford: That's some pretty wild shiat, uncletogie. Sincerely hope that situation works out favorably!

I was BSing with my neighbor a few months ago when he ran inside to answer the phone. Comes out jazzed as a motherfarker to report that the police just found his 60s era corvette that was stolen nearly 20 years ago and he was off to pick it up. Few hours later he gets home and it turns out whoever had it had put a lot of work into it, new stereo, etc, and it was in pristine condition compared to when it was stolen. Too cool and coincidental, he's still stoked.

Vaguely similar, but very different to your situation.

Wasn't that on fark a few months back? I recall reading that article.


Well article is no longer there but I recall correctly.

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/category/news/Brooklyn-Teacher-Gets-Stolen​-Car-Back - -All-Souped-/6886043
 
2010-11-08 01:42:53 PM  

BLIXX: Wasn't that on fark a few months back? I recall reading that article.


Doubtful it was the same guy... this is my next door neighbor and it didn't even make our 2 bit local paper. I've heard similar stories in the past before on the Internet, so it can't be too incredibly uncommon.
 
2010-11-08 03:26:33 PM  
Came for...
farm3.static.flickr.com
Leaving disappointed.
 
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