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(AZCentral)   If you steal your ex-girlfriend's iPad, don't later send her a text thanking her for it   (azcentral.com) divider line 33
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2013-03-12 07:17:58 PM  
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2013-03-12 07:20:38 PM  
awwwww
 
2013-03-12 07:21:01 PM  
Well... wouldn't it be rude not to? Some people have these things called manners. Gosh.
 
2013-03-12 07:21:46 PM  
LOL MAXIPAD!
 
2013-03-12 07:23:12 PM  
Everyone knows you don't kiss and tell

/but this case it's don't steal and breakup
//"heh heh, this'll teach her"
 
2013-03-12 07:25:03 PM  
Actually, no. If you take an iPad from someone you know, and you suspect that they will be calling the authorities, you DO thank them, and you make every effort to make it sound like you were the recipient of a gift.

FTA: "Spriggs was contacted by police and he said he would return the iPad to the woman. He told police he did not intend to keep the iPad and was going to return it at a later date."

Well, you see, the above quote is exactly what you shouldn't do. What you should do when the cops show up is to be apologetic ("Well officer, she told me that since I use it more than she does and I let her keep the sofa and ottoman, she told me to keep the iPad. But if she's changed her mind, I'll be happy to return it, if she gives me my stuff back. Sorry you had to get involved. I think it was a big misunderstanding.").

/GED in Law
//big fan of Judge Judy
 
2013-03-12 07:32:25 PM  
Well how was he spozed to txt her without a ipad?
 
2013-03-12 07:35:11 PM  
On a vindictiveness scale of 1 to 10, this is a solid -5.
 
2013-03-12 07:36:12 PM  
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2013-03-12 07:44:40 PM  

King Something: [This post has been removed due to a complaint by Sakuya Izayoi]


Ghastly: [This post has been removed due to a complain by Sakuya Izayaoi]


Does anyone wanna explain what King Something was referencing, and why Ghastly decided to copy it but add errors?  Sakuya Izayoi appears to be an anime character of some sort.
 
2013-03-12 07:45:38 PM  

Atomic Spunk: Actually, no. If you take an iPad from someone you know, and you suspect that they will be calling the authorities, you DO thank them, and you make every effort to make it sound like you were the recipient of a gift.

FTA: "Spriggs was contacted by police and he said he would return the iPad to the woman. He told police he did not intend to keep the iPad and was going to return it at a later date."

Well, you see, the above quote is exactly what you shouldn't do. What you should do when the cops show up is to be apologetic ("Well officer, she told me that since I use it more than she does and I let her keep the sofa and ottoman, she told me to keep the iPad. But if she's changed her mind, I'll be happy to return it, if she gives me my stuff back. Sorry you had to get involved. I think it was a big misunderstanding.").

/GED in Law
//big fan of Judge Judy


What he said would be a good defense to a charge of theft, assuming he is believed.  Most jurisdictions (including Arizona), have as an element of theft that there be an intent to permanently deprive the victim of their property.  This is true under common law and the Model Penal Code as well.  So stating that you intended to return the property, as he did, is a good start.

Arizona theft statute:

A person commits theft if, without lawful authority, the person knowingly:
1. Controls property of another with the intent to deprive the other person of such property;


Arizona case law:

Intent required to convict one of theft is to permanently deprive owner of possession and use of property. State v. Batt (App. Div.2 1975) 24 Ariz.App. 347, 538 P.2d 776
 
2013-03-12 07:53:29 PM  

Grobbley: King Something: [This post has been removed due to a complaint by Sakuya Izayoi]

Ghastly: [This post has been removed due to a complain by Sakuya Izayaoi]

Does anyone wanna explain what King Something was referencing, and why Ghastly decided to copy it but add errors?  Sakuya Izayoi appears to be an anime character of some sort.


Seconded.
 
2013-03-12 07:56:21 PM  
The prosecution: "Thanks for the evidence."
 
2013-03-12 08:01:57 PM  

Elegy: Grobbley: King Something: [This post has been removed due to a complaint by Sakuya Izayoi]

Ghastly: [This post has been removed due to a complain by Sakuya Izayaoi]

Does anyone wanna explain what King Something was referencing, and why Ghastly decided to copy it but add errors?  Sakuya Izayoi appears to be an anime character of some sort.

Seconded.


I am bemused.  Was "this post" removed from Fark or from the Arizona Republic's site?  I've never seen such a take-down placemark on Fark.
 
2013-03-12 08:02:06 PM  

Ghastly: [This post has been removed due to a complain by Sakuya Izayaoi]


Nice spelling there.

And what is  Sakuya Izayaoi? Some kind of hentai?
 
2013-03-12 08:03:50 PM  
"He told police he did not intend to keep the iPad and was going to return it at a later date."

He thought he was gonna get another date with her?
 
2013-03-12 08:06:48 PM  

Grobbley: King Something: [This post has been removed due to a complaint by Sakuya Izayoi]

Ghastly: [This post has been removed due to a complain by Sakuya Izayaoi]

Does anyone wanna explain what King Something was referencing, and why Ghastly decided to copy it but add errors?  Sakuya Izayoi appears to be an anime character of some sort.


Doesn't sound like the mods did anything different than they have in the past when a post or person needed a bannination.
 
2013-03-12 08:12:36 PM  

Talondel: Atomic Spunk: Actually, no. If you take an iPad from someone you know, and you suspect that they will be calling the authorities, you DO thank them, and you make every effort to make it sound like you were the recipient of a gift.

FTA: "Spriggs was contacted by police and he said he would return the iPad to the woman. He told police he did not intend to keep the iPad and was going to return it at a later date."

Well, you see, the above quote is exactly what you shouldn't do. What you should do when the cops show up is to be apologetic ("Well officer, she told me that since I use it more than she does and I let her keep the sofa and ottoman, she told me to keep the iPad. But if she's changed her mind, I'll be happy to return it, if she gives me my stuff back. Sorry you had to get involved. I think it was a big misunderstanding.").

/GED in Law
//big fan of Judge Judy

What he said would be a good defense to a charge of theft, assuming he is believed.  Most jurisdictions (including Arizona), have as an element of theft that there be an intent to permanently deprive the victim of their property.  This is true under common law and the Model Penal Code as well.  So stating that you intended to return the property, as he did, is a good start.

Arizona theft statute:

A person commits theft if, without lawful authority, the person knowingly:
1. Controls property of another with the intent to deprive the other person of such property;

Arizona case law:

Intent required to convict one of theft is to permanently deprive owner of possession and use of property. State v. Batt (App. Div.2 1975) 24 Ariz.App. 347, 538 P.2d 776


Interesting. Thanks for the information. But I think the argument would be a lot more convincing to a cop or a jury that the ex-gf's intention was to give him the iPad, but she changed her mind. If you try to build a case that he wasn't trying to permanently deprive her of property he knew belonged to her in conjunction with a text that says "Thanks for the iPad", then a half-way decent prosecutor could find it easy to argue that he intended to deprive her permanently of her property. Perhaps if he had said, "Thanks for letting me borrow the iPad", it might be easier to explain.
 
2013-03-12 08:27:17 PM  
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2013-03-12 08:31:20 PM  
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2013-03-12 08:37:09 PM  
[This post has been promoted due to compliments byHideki Tojo]
 
2013-03-12 08:41:01 PM  

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Well damn, Fark does not like colortext.
 
2013-03-12 08:46:18 PM  

fanbladesaresharp: Grobbley: King Something: [This post has been removed due to a complaint by Sakuya Izayoi]

Ghastly: [This post has been removed due to a complain by Sakuya Izayaoi]

Does anyone wanna explain what King Something was referencing, and why Ghastly decided to copy it but add errors?  Sakuya Izayoi appears to be an anime character of some sort.

Doesn't sound like the mods did anything different than they have in the past when a post or person needed a bannination.


I can't find a Fark username of Sakuya Izayoi SakuyaIzayoi or Sakuya_Izayoi
 
2013-03-12 08:47:54 PM  
[This apology has been revised by Shinzo Abe]
 
2013-03-12 09:29:49 PM  
                                                         [This post has no idea what the fark is going on and will be removed Titty Munchkin]
 
2013-03-12 10:20:10 PM  
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How about no, and go fark yourself.
 
2013-03-12 10:25:48 PM  
[What the fark is going on here?]
 
2013-03-12 10:44:14 PM  
That is some mighty fine reporting there, Arizona Republic-12 News Breaking News Team.
 
2013-03-12 10:45:47 PM  
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2013-03-12 10:57:35 PM  
Apparently, there's a Japanese notable meme I was unaware of until just now. What a weird and wonderful place this is.
 
2013-03-13 01:30:03 AM  

ThePuceGuardian: Javascript must be enabled on your browser to view this site.

How about no, and go fark yourself.


You have be connected to the Internet too, unless you're a print subscriber.
 
2013-03-13 02:48:39 AM  
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How about no, and go fark yourself.

You have be connected to the Internet too, unless you're a print subscriber.


Information wants to be free, man.
 
2013-03-13 09:20:17 PM  
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