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2012-11-01 11:25:42 AM
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2012-11-01 11:41:15 AM
Little hand says it's time rock n roll.
 
2012-11-01 11:54:54 AM

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Came for this, leaving satisfied.
 
2012-11-01 01:04:56 PM

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Over in one.
 
2012-11-01 02:28:05 PM

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2012-11-01 02:28:51 PM
Came for the Fichtner. Leaving satisfied.

/is it long or short i?
 
2012-11-01 02:29:59 PM
I prefer my bank employees armed.

I am totally creeped out by those freaks who use their feet to pick things up because they don't have any arms.
 
2012-11-01 02:30:47 PM

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Came for this, leaving satisfied.

 
2012-11-01 02:32:52 PM

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Came here to post this. Damn you.
 
2012-11-01 02:35:50 PM
Ok am I the only one that thinks the president is lucky he didnt get killed or have to kill the other guy.
 
2012-11-01 02:37:50 PM

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I guess the robbers really didn't have any idea who they were stealing from.
 
2012-11-01 02:38:01 PM

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Another satisfied customer
 
2012-11-01 02:39:51 PM
Pro tip: don't try to rob a bank in a fly-over state. Those guys are aweful shooty.

/ well; exept places like Kansas City and St. Louis. They don't have guns.
 
2012-11-01 02:41:07 PM
Done in one.

/also leaving satisfied.
 
2012-11-01 02:45:54 PM

iheartscotch: Pro tip: don't try to rob a bank in a fly-over state. Those guys are aweful shooty.

/ well; exept places like Kansas City and St. Louis. They don't have guns.


?
 
2012-11-01 02:46:05 PM

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First thing that crossed my mind...
 
2012-11-01 02:49:32 PM
How many of the bank customers were blown away by the bank manager in his haste apprehend the robber?
And how many of the customers got confused about the bad guy and started shooting at the manager?


AverageAmericanGuy: I prefer my bank employees armed.

I am totally creeped out by those freaks who use their feet to pick things up because they don't have any arms.


I have hands (and arms) but I pick up things with my prehensile toes all the time.
 
2012-11-01 02:51:31 PM

cgobla: Ok am I the only one that thinks the president is lucky he didnt get killed or have to kill the other guy.


lol
 
2012-11-01 02:55:05 PM

cgobla: Ok am I the only one that thinks the president is lucky he didnt get killed or have to kill the other guy.


The goblin should have been shot on general principals thereby saving the taxpayers many millions of dollars in legal fees and incarceration costs. His estate should be billed for the bullet.
 
2012-11-01 02:55:41 PM

stlbluez: iheartscotch: Pro tip: don't try to rob a bank in a fly-over state. Those guys are aweful shooty.

/ well; exept places like Kansas City and St. Louis. They don't have guns.

?


Major cities like Kansas City and St. Louis are heavily populated by democrats; as such, they have some weird gun laws.

They never said what town/city in Missouri where the incident occurred in; but the bank president wasn't arrested; so we can assume that he wasn't in a major city.
 
2012-11-01 02:55:54 PM

cgobla: Ok am I the only one that thinks the president is lucky he didnt get killed or have to kill the other guy.


No, I'm all for CCW and self defense but what he did is stupid. Police don't exactly have a lot of time to figure things out when responding to a bank robbery.....

"Hey that guy over there looks like he is carjacking some guy in his truck and he is armed."

Oops, now your dead over 100% FDIC insured money. Bravo.
 
2012-11-01 03:00:25 PM

Mayhem of the Black Underclass: How many of the bank customers were blown away by the bank manager in his haste apprehend the robber?
And how many of the customers got confused about the bad guy and started shooting at the manager?


HUH? WHA? He followed the bank robber out of the bank and confronted him in the parking lot. From what I understand, there wasn't anybody in the vicinity.

JC
 
2012-11-01 03:04:50 PM
W regards to "This bank recognizes the 2nd amendment bla bla".

This is awesome and I wish every business did that. When I see a business w a "NO Firearms" sign it pretty much makes me want to cry.

(Unless it's a place that serves alcohol) just what is the point of putting a "No Firearms" sign up at your business? What does it accomplish besides informing criminals that they need not worry about being shot in your store if they rob it?
 
2012-11-01 03:05:49 PM
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2012-11-01 03:12:32 PM

iheartscotch: stlbluez: iheartscotch: Pro tip: don't try to rob a bank in a fly-over state. Those guys are aweful shooty.

/ well; exept places like Kansas City and St. Louis. They don't have guns.

?

Major cities like Kansas City and St. Louis are heavily populated by democrats; as such, they have some weird gun laws.

They never said what town/city in Missouri where the incident occurred in; but the bank president wasn't arrested; so we can assume that he wasn't in a major city.


It happened in Troy, Missouri
 
2012-11-01 03:16:28 PM
"You don't want to go there," Thompson said. "This will end badly."

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Any relation to Fred?
 
2012-11-01 03:16:55 PM

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Not familiar with this?
 
2012-11-01 03:21:38 PM

Mayhem of the Black Underclass: How many of the bank customers were blown away by the bank manager in his haste apprehend the robber?
And how many of the customers got confused about the bad guy and started shooting at the manager?


AverageAmericanGuy: I prefer my bank employees armed.

I am totally creeped out by those freaks who use their feet to pick things up because they don't have any arms.

I have hands (and arms) but I pick up things with my prehensile toes all the time.


I used to be able to do shoelaces and Birkenstock buckles with my toes. Even did a bra strap once, with a very accommodating girlfriend.
 
2012-11-01 03:25:16 PM

cgobla: Ok am I the only one that thinks the president is lucky he didnt get killed or have to kill the other guy.


He seems to have made a choice to follow the guy out the door from behind rather than confronting him at the counter. The robber apparently didn't have a weapon in hand at that point, so the bank president probably had a good drop on him.

As for having to kill the other guy, that's not what you want to have happen, but it was a robbery and if it came down to that, the cops would have had to kill him, too. The bank robber is the guy putting everyone in that position, being the kind of inconsiderate dick who goes around robbing people.
 
2012-11-01 03:27:01 PM

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Not familiar with this?


Batman Begins. The mob bank the Joker robs in the opening scene. Bank manager marches out with a shotgun screaming "Do you have any idea who you're stealin' from?! You and your friends are dead!"
 
2012-11-01 03:28:17 PM

Kit Fister: Sybarite: [i522.photobucket.com image 850x637]

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Not familiar with this?


Opening scenes of The Dark Knight. The Joker and his crew are robbing a bank that is owned by the mob, and the bank manager (pictured) comes out shooting.

FWIW, there are so many things wrong with that opening sequence that it's hard to keep count, but the choreography, the direction and the writing carry it along so well that you don't stop to question it until you're in the car park after the movie.
 
2012-11-01 03:28:39 PM
Er, jeez, sorry. The Dark Knight.

Here's the link. 3:15.
 
2012-11-01 03:28:46 PM

iheartscotch: Major cities like Kansas City and St. Louis are heavily populated by democrats; as such, they have some weird gun laws.


What, prey tell, are those laws? 'Cause while St. Louis and Kansas City challenged their requirement to participate in CCW, they lost. Open carry is illegal in Kansas City and St. Louis, but that's not unusual. So I'll repeat what was asked before, "?"

iheartscotch: They never said what town/city in Missouri where the incident occurred in; but the bank president wasn't arrested; so we can assume that he wasn't in a major city.


Not directly, but they do mention the Troy Police Chief, so Imma guess...Troy, Missouri.
 
2012-11-01 03:29:41 PM

Kit Fister: Sybarite: [i522.photobucket.com image 850x637]

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Not familiar with this?


He's empty, right?
*looks*
*Bang!*
 
2012-11-01 03:32:23 PM
In the book Choirboys, by Wambaugh, his bad cop character, Roscoe Rules would always send Juvies a birthday card on their 18th with a .357 round in it. Just letting them know that once they are 18, they can be shot.
 
2012-11-01 03:35:30 PM

czetie:
FWIW, there are so many things wrong with that opening sequence that it's hard to keep count, but the choreography, the direction and the writing carry it along so well that you don't stop to question it until you're in the car park after the movie.


Don't date girls that question anything when you're in the car park after the movie.
 
2012-11-01 03:44:21 PM

cgobla: Ok am I the only one that thinks the president is lucky he didnt get killed or have to kill the other guy.


Probably not, but that doesn't make any of you right.
 
2012-11-01 03:52:18 PM

stevarooni: iheartscotch: Major cities like Kansas City and St. Louis are heavily populated by democrats; as such, they have some weird gun laws.

What, prey tell, are those laws? 'Cause while St. Louis and Kansas City challenged their requirement to participate in CCW, they lost. Open carry is illegal in Kansas City and St. Louis, but that's not unusual. So I'll repeat what was asked before, "?"

iheartscotch: They never said what town/city in Missouri where the incident occurred in; but the bank president wasn't arrested; so we can assume that he wasn't in a major city.

Not directly, but they do mention the Troy Police Chief, so Imma guess...Troy, Missouri.


They challenge open carry and conceal carry all the time. You'll have to be more specific. Some of them include provisions that allow you to store a gun on your horse; the old laws that are still on the book are fun. One law I do know about is; it is illegal to walk around with a loaded weapon; I forget which city did that, but I know one or the other did.

/ I didn't see that about the Troy police;
 
2012-11-01 03:53:23 PM

JustGetItRight: cgobla: Ok am I the only one that thinks the president is lucky he didnt get killed or have to kill the other guy.

Probably not, but that doesn't make any of you right.


Zing!
 
2012-11-01 03:59:48 PM

iheartscotch: They challenge open carry and conceal carry all the time. You'll have to be more specific.


More specifically, when the state Concealed Carry law was passed, K.C. and St. Louis challenged the law on the grounds that it was unfunded...the Supreme Court of Missouri rejected their challenge.

iheartscotch: Some of them include provisions that allow you to store a gun on your horse; the old laws that are still on the book are fun. One law I do know about is; it is illegal to walk around with a loaded weapon; I forget which city did that, but I know one or the other did.


Maybe St. Louis? It's not the case in Kansas City, for concealed carry; open carry is illegal in most of Missouri (but not by state law). I do know that some areas of Kansas were forced to allow Open Carry, but many don't allow carrying loaded weapons.

/ I didn't see that about the Troy police;
 
2012-11-01 04:15:14 PM
While it's cool that he took a stand, keep in mind that If this were a bank teller at the same bank that did this they would be fired on the spot.
 
2012-11-01 04:16:59 PM
Done in one.
 
2012-11-01 04:24:25 PM

nolanvoid1: While it's cool that he took a stand, keep in mind that If this were a bank teller at the same bank that did this they would be fired on the spot.


The usual train of thought is for the tellers to get the robber away from the customers by forking over some money, and that seems to be what happened here. The President proceeded to take the guy down outside of the bank.

Honestly speaking, if you're going to arrest a bank robber then you don't want to do it while he's got a dozen hostages. So yes a teller would be in hot water if they tried to play hero inside the bank.
 
2012-11-01 04:46:58 PM

Mayhem of the Black Underclass: How many of the bank customers were blown away by the bank manager in his haste apprehend the robber?
And how many of the customers got confused about the bad guy and started shooting at the manager?


AverageAmericanGuy: I prefer my bank employees armed.

I am totally creeped out by those freaks who use their feet to pick things up because they don't have any arms.

I have hands (and arms) but I pick up things with my prehensile toes all the time.


So do I. I can even pick up dimes and pennies. No one else I know can do that, but my dad says my grandfather would pick things up off the floor with his toes all the time.
 
2012-11-01 05:01:05 PM

iheartscotch: stlbluez: iheartscotch: Pro tip: don't try to rob a bank in a fly-over state. Those guys are aweful shooty.

/ well; exept places like Kansas City and St. Louis. They don't have guns.

?

Major cities like Kansas City and St. Louis are heavily populated by democrats; as such, they have some weird gun laws.

They never said what town/city in Missouri where the incident occurred in; but the bank president wasn't arrested; so we can assume that he wasn't in a major city.


Democrat and gun owner in KC (with CCW). Did I just blow your mind?
 
2012-11-01 05:02:12 PM
The usual train of thought is for the tellers to get the robber away from the customers by forking over some money, and that seems to be what happened here. The President proceeded to take the guy down outside of the bank.

Honestly speaking, if you're going to arrest a bank robber then you don't want to do it while he's got a dozen hostages. So yes a teller would be in hot water if they tried to play hero inside the bank.


That is a valid point....however. If a bank teller followed a robber outside and attempted apprehension I'd bet every one of those stolen dollars they'd be fired on the spot. In fact, I'd be surprised if their insurance company wasn't raising all kinds of hell with the board of directors today. This could have gone very differently in very many ways.
 
2012-11-01 05:20:09 PM

Berz: Democrat and gun owner in KC (with CCW). Did I just blow your mind?


You live in the city, or you live in the burbs?
 
2012-11-01 05:26:25 PM

nolanvoid1: The usual train of thought is for the tellers to get the robber away from the customers by forking over some money, and that seems to be what happened here. The President proceeded to take the guy down outside of the bank.

Honestly speaking, if you're going to arrest a bank robber then you don't want to do it while he's got a dozen hostages. So yes a teller would be in hot water if they tried to play hero inside the bank.

That is a valid point....however. If a bank teller followed a robber outside and attempted apprehension I'd bet every one of those stolen dollars they'd be fired on the spot. In fact, I'd be surprised if their insurance company wasn't raising all kinds of hell with the board of directors today. This could have gone very differently in very many ways.


You would lose that bet.

Plus, if the insurance company is raising hell with the Board it wouldn't matter since president of the board is the bank president's dad. The entire family are avid hunters including an annual African safari trip.

JC
 
2012-11-01 05:30:13 PM

Berz: iheartscotch: stlbluez: iheartscotch: Pro tip: don't try to rob a bank in a fly-over state. Those guys are aweful shooty.

/ well; exept places like Kansas City and St. Louis. They don't have guns.

?

Major cities like Kansas City and St. Louis are heavily populated by democrats; as such, they have some weird gun laws.

They never said what town/city in Missouri where the incident occurred in; but the bank president wasn't arrested; so we can assume that he wasn't in a major city.

Democrat and gun owner in KC (with CCW). Did I just blow your mind?


You probably shouldn't tell that to anyone at Al Gore's volcano lair. You might get a very strongly worded letter!

/ I keed, I keed
 
2012-11-01 05:33:04 PM
Yeah, done in one...
 
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