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(CTV News)   If you're a roofing contractor and you notice the roof you're supposed to replace looks new, check with the homeowner. If the homeowner isn't home, ignore your boss' order to tear it off anyway   (calgary.ctvnews.ca) divider line 59
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GBB
2013-05-28 08:34:07 AM

Bender The Offender: In all that sucking off of cruiser 12, I missed the part where you 2 used your psychic powers to know this was a legitimate, licensed business since they refused to give her any information that a legitimate business would provide (like a phone number, a business license number, or even a farking name). Now, you're more than welcome to get back to sucking off cruiser 12, or maybe you can tell me what psychic powers allow you to determine the legitimacy of someone destroying property despite them refusing to give contact information. Related question, do those same psychic powers turn one into an unrepentant idiotic asshole?


How about the fact that the cops investigated it and nothing in the article says that anyone was arrested?  Or do you assume that whenever anyone doesn't tell you what you want to hear, it must be a conspiracy?


TFA: "The company that made the mistake came back later and said they would make it right but the original roofing company has to make the repairs or Cox will forfeit her warrantee.

The company that did the original work will not be charging Cox for the work and will be looking to the company that made the mistake to cover those costs."


I guess your non-law enforcement abilities allow you to gloss over whatever-the-fark you want to.  Or do you have some other non specific anecdote about how Irish Travelers come out to the scene to fix their scams when they get caught?

How about STFU, dickbag.
 
2013-05-28 08:51:07 AM

GBB: Bender The Offender: In all that sucking off of cruiser 12, I missed the part where you 2 used your psychic powers to know this was a legitimate, licensed business since they refused to give her any information that a legitimate business would provide (like a phone number, a business license number, or even a farking name). Now, you're more than welcome to get back to sucking off cruiser 12, or maybe you can tell me what psychic powers allow you to determine the legitimacy of someone destroying property despite them refusing to give contact information. Related question, do those same psychic powers turn one into an unrepentant idiotic asshole?

How about the fact that the cops investigated it and nothing in the article says that anyone was arrested?  Or do you assume that whenever anyone doesn't tell you what you want to hear, it must be a conspiracy?


TFA: "The company that made the mistake came back later and said they would make it right but the original roofing company has to make the repairs or Cox will forfeit her warrantee.

The company that did the original work will not be charging Cox for the work and will be looking to the company that made the mistake to cover those costs."

I guess your non-law enforcement abilities allow you to gloss over whatever-the-fark you want to.  Or do you have some other non specific anecdote about how Irish Travelers come out to the scene to fix their scams when they get caught?

How about STFU, dickbag.


Oh, don't get so angry princess. You can still be Dick Tracy, super sleuth in your own mind. While you're raging, let me go ahead and point out where you're wrong (again).

1. They did not "fix" anything

2. The first farking sentence of the article says the home owner does not know how her roof repair is going to be paid for (but Mr Psychic bad cop/criminal apologist does?).

3. How the fark do you know no one was arrested? Nowhere in that farking article (ANYWHERE) does it say "no one was arrested". The victims states "I have had the police over".

Thanks for being ragingly incorrect. Continue lying, or creating facts in this scenario that only exists in your angry mind. The petty little name calling is all the more delicious because at this point you know everything I've said is right and you're faced with either being an apologist for the world's worse cop or an apologist for criminal scumbags. It makes me moist to see how much the truth pisses you off, lol. Keep criminalizing the elderly victim there, captain classy.
 
2013-05-28 09:30:01 AM

Bender The Offender:

I know you're working on being the new umad, but take a deep breath, son. Call the station if you want to know why so bad, but I'd guess the cop called them up, made a few threats, and got them to own up in exchange for not getting in more trouble. The rest of your ranting just veers into incoherency, but about this,

Bender The Offender: 3. How the fark do you know no one was arrested? Nowhere in that farking article (ANYWHERE) does it say "no one was arrested". The victims states "I have had the police over".


Then how do you know no one was given a ticket? Article doesn't say that either. You don't even make sense.

Only thing I wonder is why the news article didn't name and shame the company.
 
2013-05-28 09:50:18 AM

CruiserTwelve: sheep snorter: Lets see: Cops were called and showed up, yet no one was arrested/ticketed for vandalism or damaging property.

There was no intent to damage property. The intent was to replace the roof. They just had the wrong address.


If somebody entered my property withot my permission and did extensive damage, I woudl expect the cops to come and arrest them unless they coudl provide a business name, prove they were liscenced, and had a work order for a real address that the owner could verify they requested.  Fromt he articel the guy didn't provide that tot he lady so should be tossed in jail.
 
2013-05-28 09:57:36 AM
Hmmmm.  Apparently making Clerks 2 references will get deleted as "racial slurs / hate speech."
 
2013-05-28 10:38:08 AM
Bender The Offender: Ignoring your ignorance of Irish traveler, what the fark kind of idiot thinks there's nothing fishy about someone that tears up an old lady's roof and then refuses to give her any kind of contact information?

Of course it's "fishy," but I'm assuming the cop made contact with the guy and determined that it was a mistake. In that case there was no intent, thus no crime. It became purely a civil issue between the contractor and the home owner. Intent is a necessary element of the crime of vandalism.

Yeah, the guy was a jerk for not providing his name and business information, but there was no criminal act in not doing so. Being a bad business person, or just a bad person for that matter, is not necessarily a crime.

People make mistakes. It's not a crime to be imperfect.
 
2013-05-28 01:14:43 PM

CruiserTwelve: Of course it's "fishy," but I'm assuming the cop made contact with the guy and determined that it was a mistake. In that case there was no intent, thus no crime. It became purely a civil issue between the contractor and the home owner. Intent is a necessary element of the crime of vandalism.

Yeah, the guy was a jerk for not providing his name and business information, but there was no criminal act in not doing so. Being a bad business person, or just a bad person for that matter, is not necessarily a crime.


Not telling the business who made the mistake would move it into "criminal territory" imho.  If they aren't upfront about who they work for and where they were supposed to be working, there is no reason to believe it was a mistake.
 
2013-05-28 05:36:10 PM
A Calgary senior is left wondering who will pay for repairs after a local company showed up and started ripping shingles off the roof of her garage.

If I may suggest... try the idiots that ripped it up in the first place.
 
2013-05-28 05:40:27 PM

Mr. Holmes: Well, I thought Canadians were all supposed to be nice people, and here this dick cursed out a senior citizen. How's about we revoke his license and sentence him to 2 years changing bedpans at a nursing home?


I dunno... after this, would you trust them with a bedpan?
 
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