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2012-11-19 02:19:32 PM  
The woman may be seen in the photo included in this alert. A red
security dye pack exploded following the robbery, tainting both the
money and the suspect.


I guessing suspect was probably tainted even before the dye pack went off.
 
2012-11-19 02:36:28 PM  
So it was a pink taint
 
2012-11-19 02:39:03 PM  

Abe Vigoda's Ghost: The woman may be seen in the photo included in this alert. A red
security dye pack exploded following the robbery, tainting both the
money and the suspect.

I guessing suspect was probably tainted even before the dye pack went off.


Tainted pink ooo-oo-oo-oo.

Also:
th04.deviantart.net
 
2012-11-19 02:44:04 PM  
img.photobucket.com
Oblig.
 
2012-11-19 02:45:58 PM  
FTA
"The suspect is described as an African-American woman in her 50s, about
53-54 tall, weighing over 200 pounds."

How tall?
 
2012-11-19 02:47:09 PM  

roadkillontheweb: FTA
"The suspect is described as an African-American woman in her 50s, about
53-54 tall, weighing over 200 pounds."

How tall?


Fat!

Very fat, that's how tall.
 
2012-11-19 02:53:37 PM  
"The suspect is described as an African-American woman in her 50s, about 53-54 tall, weighing over 200 pounds."

Genius! Now they're going to catch her when she calls in to say "I ain't over 200lbs, b*tch!"...
 
2012-11-19 02:57:15 PM  

roadkillontheweb: FTA
"The suspect is described as an African-American woman in her 50s, about
53-54 tall, weighing over 200 pounds."

How tall?


If it's inches, she's quite a plump little dumpling.
 
2012-11-19 03:01:46 PM  

cgraves67: roadkillontheweb: FTA
"The suspect is described as an African-American woman in her 50s, about
53-54 tall, weighing over 200 pounds."

How tall?

If it's inches, she's quite a plump little dumpling.


We can calculate Pi if it's centimeters.
 
2012-11-19 03:16:17 PM  
Pink mist. Suspect is down
 
2012-11-19 03:36:05 PM  
I don't know why I find this to be hilariously funny but I just lost it in my cubicle. I think it's the sheer ridiculousness of it. It's like a scene from a comedy but real footage
 
2012-11-19 03:46:18 PM  

ModernPrimitive01: I don't know why I find this to be hilariously funny but I just lost it in my cubicle. I think it's the sheer ridiculousness of it. It's like a scene from a comedy but real footage


it's like at the end of High Life.
 
2012-11-19 03:50:54 PM  

cgraves67: roadkillontheweb: FTA
"The suspect is described as an African-American woman in her 50s, about
53-54 tall, weighing over 200 pounds."

How tall?

If it's inches, she's quite a plump little dumpling.


I'm betting 5'3", but she may be a bit upwards of two bucks. Note that she's not even coming CLOSE to running. If the video had sound, you could probably hear a very loud "vrrrrp, vrrrrp, vrrrrp" as her corduroy pants heated up.
 
2012-11-19 03:53:49 PM  
At least subby admits in the headline that this is a repeat.

/wah, wah! this is a repeat!
//Don't actually care about repeats when the last time it was posted was years ago.
 
2012-11-19 04:03:16 PM  
upload.wikimedia.org
 
2012-11-19 04:19:39 PM  

ZMugg: Also:
[th04.deviantart.net image 850x884]


You know, I really wish you bronies wouldn't do this. I know you think it's all cuddly and adorable, but when you bring those freaking pony pics into these threads they just eat up anything of value, multiply, and consume until there is nothing left. Doesn't matter what any of us do to try and stop you, we can't - only the one-man-band moderators even have a chance of getting you guys out of town. I'm willing to step up if they'll let me, but I'll need to find a new pair of cymbals.

/Have tuba, will travel!
 
2012-11-19 04:21:37 PM  
Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?
 
2012-11-19 04:29:06 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: cgraves67: roadkillontheweb: FTA
"The suspect is described as an African-American woman in her 50s, about
53-54 tall, weighing over 200 pounds."

How tall?

If it's inches, she's quite a plump little dumpling.

We can calculate Pi if it's centimeters.


She's 5'3" @200lbs+, don't you think she's had enough Pi?
 
2012-11-19 04:31:02 PM  

mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?


She is the one that caused the dye to deface.
 
2012-11-19 04:39:56 PM  
Looks like a different angle from this one
 
2012-11-19 04:43:23 PM  

Yuri Futanari: ZMugg: Also:
[th04.deviantart.net image 850x884]

You know, I really wish you bronies wouldn't do this. I know you think it's all cuddly and adorable, but when you bring those freaking pony pics into these threads they just eat up anything of value, multiply, and consume until there is nothing left. Doesn't matter what any of us do to try and stop you, we can't - only the one-man-band moderators even have a chance of getting you guys out of town. I'm willing to step up if they'll let me, but I'll need to find a new pair of cymbals.

/Have tuba, will travel!


Snerk.

We are NOT Parasprites!

at least I'm not
a banjo is the only answer
 
2012-11-19 04:44:23 PM  
i.imgur.com
 
2012-11-19 04:45:31 PM  

mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?


Nope. In fact the dye packs not only make it easier for the authorities to recover the stolen money, but to catch the thieves too.
 
2012-11-19 04:52:27 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?

She is the one that caused the dye to deface.


That's the sort of vaguely sketchy legal logic that we've come to expect in this country.

Bathia_Mapes: mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?

Nope. In fact the dye packs not only make it easier for the authorities to recover the stolen money, but to catch the thieves too.


Stolen money that is now dyed a funny color and therefore not legal tender anymore? How is that different from writing on money or cutting it in half?
 
2012-11-19 05:01:19 PM  
This happened nearly three years ago and I can find no evidence that the woman was captured or the money was ever recovered. Anyone with superior Google-fu care to try?
 
2012-11-19 05:10:35 PM  

mat catastrophe: StoPPeRmobile: mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?

She is the one that caused the dye to deface.

That's the sort of vaguely sketchy legal logic that we've come to expect in this country.

Bathia_Mapes: mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?

Nope. In fact the dye packs not only make it easier for the authorities to recover the stolen money, but to catch the thieves too.

Stolen money that is now dyed a funny color and therefore not legal tender anymore? How is that different from writing on money or cutting it in half?


Why would all the money be "dyed a funny color"?
 
2012-11-19 05:17:34 PM  

StoPPeRmobile: mat catastrophe: StoPPeRmobile: mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?

She is the one that caused the dye to deface.

That's the sort of vaguely sketchy legal logic that we've come to expect in this country.

Bathia_Mapes: mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?

Nope. In fact the dye packs not only make it easier for the authorities to recover the stolen money, but to catch the thieves too.

Stolen money that is now dyed a funny color and therefore not legal tender anymore? How is that different from writing on money or cutting it in half?

Why would all the money be "dyed a funny color"?


is pink not funny enough for you?
 
2012-11-19 05:19:28 PM  

some_beer_drinker: StoPPeRmobile: mat catastrophe: StoPPeRmobile: mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?

She is the one that caused the dye to deface.

That's the sort of vaguely sketchy legal logic that we've come to expect in this country.

Bathia_Mapes: mat catastrophe: Wouldn't dye packs "tainting" the money be considered defacement of United States Treasury property?

Nope. In fact the dye packs not only make it easier for the authorities to recover the stolen money, but to catch the thieves too.

Stolen money that is now dyed a funny color and therefore not legal tender anymore? How is that different from writing on money or cutting it in half?

Why would all the money be "dyed a funny color"?

is pink not funny enough for you?


No wonder the ladies don't like you.
 
2012-11-19 06:11:57 PM  

styckx: [i.imgur.com image 623x362]


Ha! Very appropriate and a good catch.
 
2012-11-19 07:01:50 PM  

mat catastrophe: That's the sort of vaguely sketchy legal logic that we've come to expect in this country.


If this were a courtroom and not a casual chat in a Fark thread you might have a point.

I'm just guessing here but I'm imagining the Treasury Dept was contacted when dye packs first were thought up and asked if this were an acceptable loss prevention mechanism. There might even be legalese on the books saying this is allowed and even encouraged, I know the Treasury will replace stained bills so it doesn't sound like they have a problem with it. Also, dye packs are patented, can you get a patent on an illegal device? I dunno the answers to these questions, and honestly do care to do the research over a thread laughing at a short fat women who got a faceful of pink paint for being stupid.

Do you believe you added anything to this thread with your legal pedantry?
 
2012-11-19 07:23:24 PM  

the opposite of charity is justice: Do you believe you added anything to this thread with your legal pedantry?


Maybe he's planning a heist and thinks he has a brilliant legal "gotcha!" in case they foil it.
 
2012-11-19 07:47:51 PM  

Thelyphthoric: the opposite of charity is justice: Do you believe you added anything to this thread with your legal pedantry?

Maybe he's planning a heist and thinks he has a brilliant legal "gotcha!" in case they foil it.


one may guess that leaving behind a item resembling a device which goes boom and stating that all employees residential addresses are known while requesting no dye, security or tracking mechanisms are placed in with cash contribution may lead to a better outcome for borrower, but that's just a guess
 
2012-11-19 08:20:31 PM  

the opposite of charity is justice: mat catastrophe: That's the sort of vaguely sketchy legal logic that we've come to expect in this country.

If this were a courtroom and not a casual chat in a Fark thread you might have a point.

I'm just guessing here but I'm imagining the Treasury Dept was contacted when dye packs first were thought up and asked if this were an acceptable loss prevention mechanism. There might even be legalese on the books saying this is allowed and even encouraged, I know the Treasury will replace stained bills so it doesn't sound like they have a problem with it. Also, dye packs are patented, can you get a patent on an illegal device? I dunno the answers to these questions, and honestly do care to do the research over a thread laughing at a short fat women who got a faceful of pink paint for being stupid.

Do you believe you added anything to this thread with your legal pedantry?


It's the internet, do you think anything of value has been added here in the last decade? I sure don't.

Also, go ahead and find the loophole in the relevant US Code. Banks are defacing money everytime they use a dye pack and they aren't being charged.
 
2012-11-19 09:04:21 PM  
All pink people look alike to me.
 
2012-11-19 10:14:32 PM  

the opposite of charity is justice: mat catastrophe: That's the sort of vaguely sketchy legal logic that we've come to expect in this country.

If this were a courtroom and not a casual chat in a Fark thread you might have a point.

I'm just guessing here but I'm imagining the Treasury Dept was contacted when dye packs first were thought up and asked if this were an acceptable loss prevention mechanism. There might even be legalese on the books saying this is allowed and even encouraged, I know the Treasury will replace stained bills so it doesn't sound like they have a problem with it. Also, dye packs are patented, can you get a patent on an illegal device? I dunno the answers to these questions, and honestly do care to do the research over a thread laughing at a short fat women who got a faceful of pink paint for being stupid.

Do you believe you added anything to this thread with your legal pedantry?


Do you?
 
2012-11-19 11:36:35 PM  

learn2fly: All pink people look alike to me.


lolz
 
2012-11-19 11:40:31 PM  
I believe there's a difference between defacing money for whatever purpose people would have for defacing money that is illegal and something like a dye pack defacing the money. Money degrades over time, so if I have a worn out bill that rips in half when I take it from my wallet have I now commited a crime by defacing a bill? I would hope not considering I could send it to the treasury and at some point they'll process it and give me a brand new one.

Lots of people buried money before 2000 thinking things would go crazy. Most of them didn't even really put the money in anything, just burried a roll. They obviously defaced the money when it was basically destroyed. But, it can be sent to the treasury and if they can determine a certian % of the bill is there they'll issue a replacement.

Regardless, that's a funny video. I hope it's super permanent dye and won't wash off for a month.
 
2012-11-19 11:52:23 PM  

some_beer_drinker: learn2fly: All pink people look alike to me.

lolz


or mehThats racist/
 
2012-11-20 03:51:45 AM  
obtuseview.files.wordpress.com
 
2012-11-20 04:37:15 PM  

whatsupchuck: This happened nearly three years ago and I can find no evidence that the woman was captured or the money was ever recovered. Anyone with superior Google-fu care to try?


I gave up after the 5th story about some methhead bank robber in wichita. It's apparently a daily occurrence there, and the unemployment rate is dropping because of the red dye pack factory adding shifts.

Remember reading a while back that like 70% of bank robbers get away from a given robbery, but 90% are eventually caught, because the haul just isn't that much and they keep doing it.
 
2012-11-20 09:29:16 PM  
Anyone have Pinks phone number. I want to call her and be like - Oh hey Pink, yeah It's Roy, I heard that if I "want gangsta" that I should call you up. Well I certainly do "want gangsta" so make it happen salty.
 
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