quatchi: Did this happen in No Name City?
pup.socket: Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man how to fish and he finishes off all the fish in the ocean.
pup.socket: Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man
NorthernMT: $150 a day doesn't sound like a lot to live on in i large and presumably expensive city. Still pretty cool though.
Maus III: pup.socket: Give a man a fish and he eats for a day. Teach a man how to fish and he finishes off all the fish in the ocean.Since this thread went green, I watched 3 episodes of a tv show, wrote 4 pages on a paper I have due soon, I played some guitar and made some tea. And I actually know what I'm talking about in this thread.You've been arguing out of ignorance without any solution for almost 7 hours now. That's really sad.
Now That's What I Call a Taco!: NorthernMT: $150 a day doesn't sound like a lot to live on in i large and presumably expensive city. Still pretty cool though.$40k a year, presumably tax free? Meh, that's teacher money. With a roommate in the Bronx, you could live a humble but comfortable life.
Loucifer: I used to snag quay monsters with my fabulous gum stick. So I'm getting a kick...
Korzine: So he admits committing theft by finding in a city where the PD actively use stings to bust people for theft by finding? Doesn't seem like a good idea.
studebaker hoch: If this guy was really pulling in the money he claims to be, he would never had said a word about it to anyone.He isn't.But he is looking for TV interviews, a book deal, etc where he thinks he might actually get a couple hundred bucks for realsies.
calbert: [farm9.staticflickr.com image 500x373]Yay!
nmemkha: Given today laws, isn't this technically theft?
studebaker hoch: Making $150 a day in NYC sounds like a fairly quick death by starvation.
Slaxl: If I drop something and someone picks it up, they're a thief for not returning it, whether they find it 5 seconds later, or 5 years later.
Nogale: Slaxl: If I drop something and someone picks it up, they're a thief for not returning it, whether they find it 5 seconds later, or 5 years later.Wouldn't this only apply to items whose owners can be identified, like the iPhones?
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