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(New York Daily News)   Enterprising thief steals delivery driver's car, then uses it to keep delivering orders to collect the money   (nydailynews.com) divider line 24
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2012-11-12 09:47:40 PM  
Achievement unlocked.
 
2012-11-12 10:11:38 PM  
Bootstraps etc...
 
2012-11-12 10:50:15 PM  
They kept ringing the bell!
 
2012-11-12 11:33:17 PM  
Is anybody else struggling with the idea that we know he stole a car and he's a despicable human being but we have to admire his resolve? He didn't just stop at the theft...he also satisfied customers to get their money. He didn't rob them, they expected to pay money and they did and they got their food. More like, he was continuing to rob the Chinese place. And then I feel bad because it was a Chinese place.
 
2012-11-13 12:47:11 AM  
Isn't he that coach from The Wire? You know, the former gang member in prison gets out and opens his own boxing thing for at risk young boys.
 
2012-11-13 02:24:39 AM  
That was thoughtful of him.
 
2012-11-13 02:26:32 AM  
Good grifter:

www.opposingviews.com

Better grifter:

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2012-11-13 02:29:31 AM  

jaylectricity: Is anybody else struggling with the idea that we know he stole a car and he's a despicable human being but we have to admire his resolve? He didn't just stop at the theft...he also satisfied customers to get their money. He didn't rob them, they expected to pay money and they did and they got their food. More like, he was continuing to rob the Chinese place. And then I feel bad because it was a Chinese place.


I can admire the simple genius in it without respecting the crime. Just like that barefoot bandit kid.

One of the more important truths in life. The goods and evils in life never actually cancel each other out. There is never a reason to try and insist one wins over the other, instead each should be taken separate of the rest.

But until people learn this they try to budget and justify a relative morality. Insisting because one does bad/sin, their good can't be respected... or that some great good act can somehow compensate for an otherwise wicked and cruel existence.
 
2012-11-13 02:29:55 AM  
Soon as he gets out, the guys should call him and offer him a job, say he'll get more money if it's legal.

/right chinese place... *regal
 
2012-11-13 02:34:03 AM  
The customers were tipped off by a black guy working at a Chinese restaurant.
 
2012-11-13 02:42:21 AM  
Isn't this a grandtheft auto larping.
 
2012-11-13 02:53:02 AM  
If I was the owner of the restaurant I'd drop the charges and hire the guy for an ad campaign.

"Not even crime will stop us from feeding you"
 
2012-11-13 02:53:53 AM  

MurphyMurphy: jaylectricity: Is anybody else struggling with the idea that we know he stole a car and he's a despicable human being but we have to admire his resolve? He didn't just stop at the theft...he also satisfied customers to get their money. He didn't rob them, they expected to pay money and they did and they got their food. More like, he was continuing to rob the Chinese place. And then I feel bad because it was a Chinese place.

I can admire the simple genius in it without respecting the crime. Just like that barefoot bandit kid.

One of the more important truths in life. The goods and evils in life never actually cancel each other out. There is never a reason to try and insist one wins over the other, instead each should be taken separate of the rest.

But until people learn this they try to budget and justify a relative morality. Insisting because one does bad/sin, their good can't be respected... or that some great good act can somehow compensate for an otherwise wicked and cruel existence.


only thinking makes it so. / Do not judge, or you too will be judged
 
2012-11-13 03:19:48 AM  
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These guys are dopplegangers
 
2012-11-13 06:11:15 AM  
I think he missed the point of thieving 101
 
2012-11-13 06:29:31 AM  

SnarfVader: Bootstraps etc...


It's a rather odd unpaid internship, but I guess it works.
 
2012-11-13 06:38:19 AM  
Dude just wanted a job...
 
2012-11-13 06:51:22 AM  

shpritz: If I was the owner of the restaurant I'd drop the charges and hire the guy for an ad campaign.

"Not even crime will stop us from feeding you"


Brillant.jeg

/you should be in advertising
 
2012-11-13 08:20:23 AM  
Well, that's another job Obama can add to his list.
 
2012-11-13 08:54:02 AM  

bikerbob59: Well, that's another job Obama can add to his list.


Stfu Donny.
 
2012-11-13 09:39:16 AM  
Chief....missed it by THAT much!

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2012-11-13 10:13:17 AM  
Yeah, but 30 minutes later, he just wanted to steal another car again..
 
2012-11-13 10:43:19 AM  
Who pays in cash?
 
2012-11-13 11:02:43 AM  

jaylectricity: Is anybody else struggling with the idea that we know he stole a car and he's a despicable human being but we have to admire his resolve? He didn't just stop at the theft...he also satisfied customers to get their money. He didn't rob them, they expected to pay money and they did and they got their food. More like, he was continuing to rob the Chinese place. And then I feel bad because it was a Chinese place.


On the other hand, in his pursuit for the extra buck, our hero left a trail of eye-witnesses to his car theft. So I'll have to say that he did not think his cunning plan through here.
 
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