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(NBC Connecticut)   Not only did a Dunkin' Donuts worker throw coffee in a robber's face. But as he fled she called after him, 'go run on Dunkin''   (nbcconnecticut.com) divider line 84
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2013-03-05 08:51:04 AM  
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Alright Hamilton!
 
2013-03-05 09:08:54 AM  
userserve-ak.last.fm
 
2013-03-05 09:15:12 AM  
I hope she then put her sunglasses on and screamed, "YEEEAAAAHH!!!"
 
2013-03-05 09:22:15 AM  
encrypted-tbn1.gstatic.com
 
2013-03-05 09:27:44 AM  
Done in one
 
2013-03-05 09:52:14 AM  
i4.ytimg.com

YOU'RE OFF THE farkIN' CHAIN!
 
2013-03-05 09:57:41 AM  
I wonder how fast the police arrived on scene.
 
2013-03-05 09:58:57 AM  
One move and I'll fill you full of donut holes.
 
2013-03-05 10:03:32 AM  
This happened in the US, right?  When does her prison sentence start?
 
2013-03-05 10:04:19 AM  
This is seriously the best thing I've read in ages.

doodleaday.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-03-05 10:05:40 AM  
love these stories.
 
2013-03-05 10:06:13 AM  
Now, if it had been McDonald's coffee, she could be up on charges for assault with a deadly weapon.
 
2013-03-05 10:06:27 AM  

dittybopper: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 200x133]

Alright Hamilton!


Done in 1.
 
2013-03-05 10:06:51 AM  
thought coffee was for closers
 
2013-03-05 10:07:35 AM  
That night must have been very fun. The next morning, less so. Who's responsible for this? Does anybody know?
 
2013-03-05 10:08:17 AM  
Risking your life for your boss's profit = hero
 
2013-03-05 10:09:06 AM  

dittybopper: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 200x133]

Alright Hamilton!


Came for this. Glad to see that not everyone is slipping these days ;-)

/tasty waves
//cool buzz
///I'm fine
 
2013-03-05 10:09:08 AM  
How long until the lawsuit happens and Dunkin fires the employee for being reckless?
 
2013-03-05 10:09:31 AM  
Nice job, dittybopper, although in that picture at that specific moment the quote was "I know you!"

/ "Awesome! Totally awesome! All right, Hamilton!"
 
2013-03-05 10:11:22 AM  
She'll be fired. Restaurants and stores always insist that you never, ever take on a robber yourself; let them take what they want and then call the police. They're insured against that kind of thing and don't want to risk elevating violence. She went against s.o.p.
 
2013-03-05 10:11:28 AM  

dittybopper: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 200x133]

Alright Hamilton!


Pack it up, we're done here
 
2013-03-05 10:11:33 AM  

degenerate-afro: How long until the lawsuit happens and Dunkin fires the employee for being reckless?


Dude, it's West Haven. The robber was lucky he wasn't sold for spare parts.
 
2013-03-05 10:11:39 AM  

Xenomech: This happened in the US, right?  When does her prison sentence start?


...or at least, when will she be fired?
 
2013-03-05 10:11:51 AM  

RanDomino: Risking your life for your boss's profit = hero


At some point, yes, because without profit, there is no job.

Also, *NOT* resisting this sort of stuff just encourages more of it.  I'd rather economically motivated crimes shift to non-confrontational things like theft and burglary instead of robbery.  Less chance of someone getting hurt.  How do you do that?  You make the potential cost to the robber higher, and the potential payoff lower.
 
2013-03-05 10:12:51 AM  

FarkinHostile: Nice job, dittybopper, although in that picture at that specific moment the quote was "I know you!"

/ "Awesome! Totally awesome! All right, Hamilton!"


Yeah, but you're either quick, or dead.  I wasn't going to spend 20 minutes finding just the right picture.
 
2013-03-05 10:14:56 AM  
Former worker.... Former.

/soon
 
2013-03-05 10:15:26 AM  
mimg.ugo.com
also approves
 
2013-03-05 10:15:27 AM  

belhade: She'll be fired. Restaurants and stores always insist that you never, ever take on a robber yourself; let them take what they want and then call the police. They're insured against that kind of thing and don't want to risk elevating violence. She went against s.o.p.


It's *PRECISELY* that sort of attitude that encourages robbery, and in fact that makes robbing places like that somewhat lucrative.
 
2013-03-05 10:15:32 AM  
Thanks for keeping it real.
 
2013-03-05 10:16:05 AM  
The wife switched me from my regular Dunkin Turbo to Maxwell House this morning.  Farking biatch.
 
2013-03-05 10:16:36 AM  

dittybopper: FarkinHostile: Nice job, dittybopper, although in that picture at that specific moment the quote was "I know you!"

/ "Awesome! Totally awesome! All right, Hamilton!"

Yeah, but you're either quick, or dead.  I wasn't going to spend 20 minutes finding just the right picture.


Yup, and I'm the dead. And pedantic. ;)
 
2013-03-05 10:17:17 AM  

belhade: She'll be fired. Restaurants and stores always insist that you never, ever take on a robber yourself; let them take what they want and then call the police. They're insured against that kind of thing and don't want to risk elevating violence. She went against s.o.p.


I'm pretty sure that usually applies for non-violent attackers.  When a dude starts climbing through the drive-thru window at you, it's safe to assume he doesn't have your best interests in mind.
 
2013-03-05 10:17:31 AM  

Nogale: Now, if it had been McDonald's coffee, she could be up on charges for assault with a deadly weapon.


I'm wondering how long till he lawyer's up and sues for millions.
 
2013-03-05 10:18:42 AM  

dittybopper: belhade: She'll be fired. Restaurants and stores always insist that you never, ever take on a robber yourself; let them take what they want and then call the police. They're insured against that kind of thing and don't want to risk elevating violence. She went against s.o.p.

It's *PRECISELY* that sort of attitude that encourages robbery, and in fact that makes robbing places like that somewhat lucrative.


As I read the article, he was trying to climb in the drive-thru window.  At that point, all bets are off.  She had every right to defend herself, and DD has no business telling her she can't.  She obviously felt threatened.

Dunkin' Donuts would have a PR nightmare on its hands if it fired her.
 
2013-03-05 10:19:14 AM  
And I thought catch phrases only happened in movies

At least she didn't say "Would you like fries with that?"
 
2013-03-05 10:20:02 AM  

FarkinHostile: dittybopper: FarkinHostile: Nice job, dittybopper, although in that picture at that specific moment the quote was "I know you!"

/ "Awesome! Totally awesome! All right, Hamilton!"

Yeah, but you're either quick, or dead.  I wasn't going to spend 20 minutes finding just the right picture.

Yup, and I'm the dead. And pedantic. ;)


"Pedantic Zombies" would be a cool band name.
 
2013-03-05 10:23:15 AM  

dittybopper: Also, *NOT* resisting this sort of stuff just encourages more of it.


Exactly. People always seem to forget/ignore this point. "Once you have paid him the Dane-geld You never get rid of the Dane".
 
2013-03-05 10:31:36 AM  
The man fled the area in a newer model white Ford Explorer, without stealing anything


He got all that free coffee that he didn't pay for.
 
2013-03-05 10:31:47 AM  
No shirt, no shoes, nooooo dice!
 
2013-03-05 10:31:48 AM  

FarkinHostile: Nice job, dittybopper, although in that picture at that specific moment the quote was "I know you!"

/ "Awesome! Totally awesome! All right, Hamilton!"


"you worked at all american burger."

"seven months ago."
 
2013-03-05 10:33:27 AM  

Mark Ratner: FarkinHostile: Nice job, dittybopper, although in that picture at that specific moment the quote was "I know you!"

/ "Awesome! Totally awesome! All right, Hamilton!"

"you worked at all american burger."

"seven months ago."


Ha, Mark Ratner. Let's get Demone in here
 
2013-03-05 10:33:31 AM  
What does that even mean?
 
2013-03-05 10:35:01 AM  
"Go run on Dunkin."?  WTF?
 
2013-03-05 10:37:14 AM  
Yup, dunkin donuts gets robbed, first thing that happens is the whole place gets dusted for prints. Then they look for microfibers and zoom enchance and such as
 
2013-03-05 10:38:05 AM  

Two16: "Go run on Dunkin."?  WTF?


I had to look that up too.  Apparently their coffee has a loyal following and when you're drinking it you are "running on Dunkin".
 
2013-03-05 10:38:27 AM  
www.iruntheinternet.com
 
2013-03-05 10:40:19 AM  
3.bp.blogspot.com25.media.tumblr.com
missemmamm.com
3.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-03-05 10:45:29 AM  
hero? more like lucky. sometimes that kind of thing doesn't end well at all.

---


Lee can't control his anger any more. He grabs the coffee pot off the table and flings hot coffee into Elliot's face. Elliot screams and falls to his knees,


Instinctively, Nicholson shoots Lee twice.


Alabama screams.


Boris lets loose with his Uzi, pinting Nicholson red with bullets.


DIMES

(screaming)

Cody!!!


Nicholson flies backwards.


Marvin fires his shotgun, hits Nicholson in the back, Nicholson's body jerks back and forth then on the floor.


Clarence opens the bathroom door.


Dimes hits the ground firing.


A shot catches Clarence in the forehead.


Alabama screams.


Dario fires his sawed-off. It catches Clarence in the chest, hurling him on the bathroom sink, smashing the mirror.


It might have been a stand-off before, but once the firing starts everybody either hits the ground or runs for cover.


Dimes, Alabama, Dick, Lenny, an IA Officer and Wurtlitzer hit the ground.


Boris dives into the kitchen area.


Monty tips the table over.


Marvin dives behind the sofa.


Dario runs out of the door and down the hall.


With bullets flying this way and that, some don't have time to anything. Two IA Officers are shot right away.


Frankie takes an Uzi hit. He goes down firing both automatics.


Elliot gets it from both sides.


Alabama is crawling across the floor, like a soldier in war, towards the bathroom.


Clarence, still barely alive, lays on the sink, twitching. He moves and falls off.


Alabama continues crawling.


Marvin brings his sawed-off from behind the sofa and fires. The shotgun blast hits the glass table and Monty. Monty stands up screaming.


The Cops on the ground let loose, firing into Monty.


As Monty gets hit, his finger hits the trigger of the Uzi, spreading fire all over the apartment.
 
2013-03-05 10:45:31 AM  
It's the 21st century and movie blood still looks fake.
 
2013-03-05 10:49:48 AM  

Farce-Side: The wife switched me from my regular Dunkin Turbo to Maxwell House this morning.  Farking biatch.


FACT: That is grounds for divorce in every state in New England. In Massachusetts, you can file criminal charges against her.
 
2013-03-05 10:53:42 AM  

degenerate-afro: How long until the lawsuit happens and Dunkin fires the employee for being reckless?


If a lifetime of watching cartoons has taught me anything, it is this:

The world is made of three kinds of people.

First you got the bggest bunch. They are generally jolly and laugh and have a good time and hope the Roadrunner always gets away.

Then you got another group. A little smaller thn the first and a little more neurotic and more tattoos maybe. But they laugh just as hard as the first group and have better candy. They wouldnt mind just once seeing the Coyote catch and eat that Roadrunner.

Then there is a third group. Much smaller than the other two groups and they have soulless doll eyes with 1000 yard stares. They never laugh out loud really. Sometimes they smile, but that is an even worse spectre than the blank stare. What they want is for the Coyote to be torn/crushed/blowed into bloody bits of Coyote burger (with fur) that are barely able to be kept alive with a lot of trouble ad medical hardware. Furthermore they want each bit of surviving Coyote burger in tortured neverending inhuman pain. At that point this group will sue ACME. You know to help the Coyote and teach ACME a lesson.
 
2013-03-05 10:54:10 AM  

Uranus Is Huge!: Farce-Side: The wife switched me from my regular Dunkin Turbo to Maxwell House this morning.  Farking biatch.

FACT: That is grounds for divorce in every state in New England. In Massachusetts, you can file criminal charges against her.


Attempted poisoning, if nothing else.  Gah.
 
2013-03-05 10:56:35 AM  

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: The man fled the area in a newer model white Ford Explorer, without stealing anything


He got all that free coffee that he didn't pay for.


hahahaha!

+1 interwebs.  Fantastic.
 
2013-03-05 10:57:20 AM  
Given that it's New England, I would have thought that every fourth or fifth customah would have the cawfee thrown right in their friggin' stupid faces...you know, as a matter of course.
 
2013-03-05 10:58:16 AM  

biyaaatci: What does that even mean?


Two16: "Go run on Dunkin."?  WTF?


Y'all must be DVR owners. "America runs on Dunkin" commercials run constantly, even in markets without DD.
 
2013-03-05 11:02:32 AM  

Uranus Is Huge!: biyaaatci: What does that even mean?

Two16: "Go run on Dunkin."?  WTF?

Y'all must be DVR owners. "America runs on Dunkin" commercials run constantly, even in markets without DD.


Ahh.  Thank you.  Now I know that, but jamming that fact into my dangerously overloaded brain has removed my ability to recognize the color orange.  Oh well.  I never much cared for it anyway.
 
2013-03-05 11:04:31 AM  

dittybopper: belhade: She'll be fired. Restaurants and stores always insist that you never, ever take on a robber yourself; let them take what they want and then call the police. They're insured against that kind of thing and don't want to risk elevating violence. She went against s.o.p.

It's *PRECISELY* that sort of attitude that encourages robbery, and in fact that makes robbing places like that somewhat lucrative.


As "conservatives" frequently point out when giant corporations are caught with their hand in the public pocket or despoiling the environment, businesses are under no obligation to act out anybody's personal version of "social responsibility".

On the other hand, this woman had no reason to think this loon wasn't coming after HER - and her response was perfectly rational under the circumstances.
 
2013-03-05 11:07:55 AM  
I wonder if they are going to give her residuals for advertising the company slogan
 
2013-03-05 11:07:55 AM  

Uranus Is Huge!: Farce-Side: The wife switched me from my regular Dunkin Turbo to Maxwell House this morning.  Farking biatch.

FACT: That is grounds for divorce...



Did you forget to put on your Caruso glasses?
 
2013-03-05 11:08:49 AM  
No she didn't.This sounds like those awful fake text memes. "dude you were so messed up you kept throwing mushrooms at this midget yelling grow Mario grow"
 
2013-03-05 11:10:37 AM  

dittybopper: Also, *NOT* resisting this sort of stuff just encourages more of it.


That's kind of how I feel about it.
 
2013-03-05 11:12:09 AM  

dittybopper: RanDomino: Risking your life for your boss's profit = hero

At some point, yes, because without profit, there is no job.

Also, *NOT* resisting this sort of stuff just encourages more of it.  I'd rather economically motivated crimes shift to non-confrontational things like theft and burglary instead of robbery.  Less chance of someone getting hurt.  How do you do that?  You make the potential cost to the robber higher, and the potential payoff lower.


These days, robbers even network and share info on exactly which employees will hand over money without a fight, what their work schedules and register assignments are, and even rate them on how quickly they handed over the money (because the faster the robber gets the cash, the more likely they'll be gone before the cops arrive). Robbers go to these preferred victims again and again, until management assumes they're actually accomplices of the gangs (which they practically are by that point), and not only fire them, but often have them arrested instead of the robbers.

/all for the unintended consequences of regulations imposed with the very best of intentions
 
2013-03-05 11:14:56 AM  

EyeballKid: Uranus Is Huge!: Farce-Side: The wife switched me from my regular Dunkin Turbo to Maxwell House this morning.  Farking biatch.

FACT: That is grounds for divorce...


Did you forget to put on your Caruso glasses?


Looks like he got his "lodge regulah"...

... to go.

YEEEAAAHHH!
 
2013-03-05 11:15:43 AM  

dittybopper: belhade: She'll be fired. Restaurants and stores always insist that you never, ever take on a robber yourself; let them take what they want and then call the police. They're insured against that kind of thing and don't want to risk elevating violence. She went against s.o.p.

It's *PRECISELY* that sort of attitude that encourages robbery, and in fact that makes robbing places like that somewhat lucrative.


I know, I've always felt that was asinine. If presented with an opportunity, I'd always give a shot at farking up the robber.
 
2013-03-05 11:19:40 AM  
Lord Bowler: [a young boy has been sharing his morning donuts with Bowler] Well, you'd better get on home. You don't want your parents to worry.
Duncan: You're probably right. Thanks, Deputy Lord Bowler.
LB: Thanks for the donuts, Duncan.
 
2013-03-05 11:26:06 AM  

belhade: dittybopper: belhade: She'll be fired. Restaurants and stores always insist that you never, ever take on a robber yourself; let them take what they want and then call the police. They're insured against that kind of thing and don't want to risk elevating violence. She went against s.o.p.

It's *PRECISELY* that sort of attitude that encourages robbery, and in fact that makes robbing places like that somewhat lucrative.

I know, I've always felt that was asinine. If presented with an opportunity, I'd always give a shot at farking up the robber.


Yeah, don't make it an obligation, because there will always be circumstances where just handing over the cash will be the best course, but don't actively punish your employees when they resist.
 
2013-03-05 11:37:35 AM  
dittybopper: "It's *PRECISELY* that sort of attitude that encourages robbery, and in fact that makes robbing places like that somewhat lucrative."

Lucrative? Robbery has crap return and high risk.  Everyone's got time-lock safes now.  You'd be *incredibly* lucky to pull even $100 out of a Dunkin register during a night shift.  And the penalties for getting busted robbing a joint (almost certainly with a weapon or threat of a weapon) are incredibly higher than getting busted for a burglary.  Return has gone way down, risks way up and none of that has much budged robbery rates.  So it really doesn't look like a vanilla economically-motivated crime.  It behaves much more like a desperation-based crime -- people who need *cash*, *right now*. In which case even a higher rate of resistance would probably not make a difference.
 
2013-03-05 12:12:16 PM  
If true, that's hilarious
 
2013-03-05 12:42:59 PM  
The Internet has made me a skeptic I guess, but there appears to be no evidence other than this hero's glory story.

Dewey: And then the monster started growling at me, so I threw rocks at him, and I killed him, and then he started flying around on rocket boost, and I got to ride inside his head, and now the monster's my friend, and we wen - and we went to get Slurpees.

Reese: You did not. You just lied.

Hal: Reese, if that's what Dewey says happened there's no reason to argue about it.

Reese: No one believes I beat the last level in Mortal Kombat.

Hal: Because that's just ridiculous. No one beats Sub-Zero.
 
2013-03-05 12:44:27 PM  
wicked funny
 
2013-03-05 12:50:39 PM  

KWess: Given that it's New England, I would have thought that every fourth or fifth customah would have the cawfee thrown right in their friggin' stupid faces...you know, as a matter of course.


lame.  1/10

\\points off for not typing a good Bahstin accent
\\wikkid pissah
 
2013-03-05 12:58:55 PM  

ipxodi: KWess: Given that it's New England, I would have thought that every fourth or fifth customah would have the cawfee thrown right in their friggin' stupid faces...you know, as a matter of course.

lame.  1/10

\\points off for not typing a good Bahstin accent
\\wikkid pissah


nobody really says pissah in boston bro. i dk what's going on up there in New Hampshire, but that's basically Canada anyway.
 
2013-03-05 01:40:18 PM  

fredklein: dittybopper: Also, *NOT* resisting this sort of stuff just encourages more of it.

Exactly. People always seem to forget/ignore this point. "Once you have paid him the Dane-geld You never get rid of the Dane".


So there really ARE people out there who still read Kipling!

/lots of lessons to be learned from his poems.
 
2013-03-05 01:42:21 PM  

Primitive Screwhead: [mimg.ugo.com image 400x267]
also approves


First thing I thought of as well.

Excellent movie, quite thought-provoking when you realize EVERY SINGLE CHARACTER (except the young daughter) uses violence or a threat-of-violence in the movie.
 
2013-03-05 01:49:56 PM  

ipxodi: KWess: Given that it's New England, I would have thought that every fourth or fifth customah would have the cawfee thrown right in their friggin' stupid faces...you know, as a matter of course.

lame.  1/10

\\points off for not typing a good Bahstin accent
\\wikkid pissah



Not trolling, I actually suspect this.  Also, the accent is bad, but mostly because I only thought of it part-way through, and, you know, don't care.
 
2013-03-05 02:10:24 PM  

RanDomino: Risking your life for your boss's profit = hero


You wouldn't take a chance to burn and scar a worthless piece of shiat, making it known his life isn't worth the 80$ he's risking his life for? I sure would.
 
2013-03-05 02:57:17 PM  
Too bad she wasn't armed with a handgun.

"Popping a cap" right betwixt his jaundiced meth-head eyeballs seems like the better outcome to a situation like this, but I gotta applaud her for giving him a 180 degree shampoo and rinse.


blogs.ocweekly.com


Yeah...  too bad she'll probably get the sack for defending herself.  At least she didn't post a copy of his receipt somewhere here on the interwebs.
 
2013-03-05 04:04:58 PM  

dittybopper: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 200x133]

Alright Hamilton!


Came for the Fast Times at Ridgemont High reference, leaving satisfied
 
2013-03-05 05:35:58 PM  

biyaaatci: What does that even mean?


I know, I have either forgotten how to read, or there is a history to this nonsensical phrase.
 
2013-03-05 06:59:51 PM  
i didn't actually think they made that phrase to be taken LITERALLY.  as americans don't run, but sit long hours in front of computer screens, then drive thru mcdonalds
 
2013-03-05 07:57:35 PM  

ObscureNameHere: Primitive Screwhead: [mimg.ugo.com image 400x267]
also approves

First thing I thought of as well.

Excellent movie, quite thought-provoking when you realize EVERY SINGLE CHARACTER (except the young daughter) uses violence or a threat-of-violence in the movie.


I agree. It's an underrated gem.
 
2013-03-05 08:45:50 PM  
She had stand your grounds
 
2013-03-05 11:12:47 PM  
What kind of idiot tries to rob a restaurant through a drive-thru window, anyway?
 
2013-03-06 08:22:23 AM  

HeartBurnKid: What kind of idiot tries to rob a restaurant through a drive-thru window, anyway?


a runner
 
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