puppetmaster745: He knew he was going to be arrested and he probably figured they'd get a good fingerprint from the memory card. He was in a corner.
sandi_fish: They can inventory by saying - 1 memory card $20.00, they were only looking at the contents to be curious.
Wasilla Hillbilly: Dude is extra creepy with child porn and the LEO equipment. He is very likely a serial rapist or was in the process of becoming one.
Skywolf Philosopher: I found a flash drive with crappy poetry, the start of a novel, and pics and vids of animals mating. I kept it. Uh, that last one's still legal, right?
Huck And Molly Ziegler: You'd think someone in possession of an object that could get him in serious legal trouble would have the cautious sense enough to keep it locked within the four walls of his domicile.Of course, given the nature of this illegal object, it was only a matter of time before he was caught anyway.
sethen320: Onkel Buck: Krieghund: I'm not crying for the dude that got caught, but WTH was the towing company doing looking at a SD card he left in his car?I found a flash drive in the parking lot of my college. I opened it up on my computer to see if it had any evidence on it of who it belonged to. Turned out it belonged to an African foreign exchange student, there was a paper he had written saved on it and lots and lots of interacial pornYou do realize that putting flash drives found on the ground in your pc is awesome way to open yourself up to all kinds of security issues, right?
omnimancer28: SurfaceTension: Happy Hours: Seems like a pretty good scam owning a storage yard. About 20 years ago my car was towed because it was illegally parked. So were about 100 other cars. After a lot of walking and only a few hours in "storage" I paid about $70 to get my car out of the lot. I never bothered to pay the parking ticket which was only a fraction of the cost to get it out of the impound lot. Fark that.Not saying that anyone should ever do this, but while in the impound lot, the cars are under the custody of the towing company, right? If someone was to come along and, say, spray a bunch of the cars with paint balls, then wouldn't the towing company/storage yard be responsible for fixing or repainting all the cars? I mean, not that those places deserve it or anything. They're just performing a public service without any malicious intent at all, right? Right?No. Every single one of these places has a clause in the agreement to take your car out of impound that basically says "we are not responsible for any damages to your car while it was on this lot". If you want your car back, you sign. If not, they charge you a hundred bucks a day while you complain that it is unfair.
Callous: How about they don't create/look at/download child porn?
Begoggle: TV's Vinnie: Why don't these morons understand that being caught in possession like this can literally ruin their life in a heartbeat. Hide that sh*t unless you want to go to jail and then end up sleeping under a highway overpass for the rest of your lifeDon't be a pedophile, you stupid dumbfarks!!FTFY
ConConHead: If people didn't come get their crap we sold it to goodwill or kept it.
Krieghund: I'm not crying for the dude that got caught, but WTH was the towing company doing looking at a SD card he left in his car?
Ghengis_Socrates: The One True TheDavid:But hey, if it weren't for such stupid perverts what else could Farkers talk about?How to make stupid criminals perverts smarter?
TV's Vinnie: Callous:How about they don't create/look at/download child porn?Agreed. But I get a feeling these guys are pretty......dense to begin with.
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