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(Breitbart.com)   An SFO airline worker A) risks life to save victims of Asiana airplane crash B) Sets up fund for the victims C) Steals their luggage and tries to return clothing to stores for refunds   (breitbart.com) divider line 84
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2013-07-30 07:58:06 PM
And since this is from deadmoran.com, I'll just go ahead and assume none of this actually happened.
 
2013-07-30 07:59:24 PM
Anyone have a better link to a real website?
 
2013-07-30 08:00:30 PM
ho lee fuk
he so lo
 
2013-07-30 08:00:45 PM
Not unexpected.

This is why I refuse to check bags. I travel with allowable carry-on sizes and hand wash -- or buy new -- while on the road. Thanks Rick Steves for teaching me how to pack 30 years ago.

If you have valuables then UPS/FedEx them to your destination ahead of time.

Don't let ramp monkeys near your stuff.
 
2013-07-30 08:01:45 PM
 
2013-07-30 08:02:45 PM
 
2013-07-30 08:03:09 PM
Yeah this isn't surprising.

For the "principled" dipfarks who refuse to click on the link, there is a embedded video from KPIX in the story.

/get over yourselves
//breitbart is shiat
 
2013-07-30 08:06:42 PM
The SFO employee is union so it is all cool
 
2013-07-30 08:09:44 PM
Why do your returns smell like jet fuel, sir?

Uh...
 
2013-07-30 08:09:55 PM
Which is why everything goes in the carry on bag except the kitchen sink, and when the damn airplane crashes, you better believe I'm gonna grab that carry on as I exit the aircraft, knocking over the children, the women, and the elderly, on my way to the slide.

/problem solved, eh?
 
2013-07-30 08:10:36 PM
Holy crap, the comment section of this article is appalling. I guess I should have expected it, considering the source.
 
2013-07-30 08:10:57 PM
ghouls
 
2013-07-30 08:16:30 PM
Well if you're gonna be a douche, go big.
 
2013-07-30 08:19:59 PM
"I would like to see if I could get a refund on some of my niece's clothes. She was run over by a fire truck."
 
2013-07-30 08:19:59 PM
You know who is impressive with lost bags? Amtrak

Amtrak lost my bags somewhere between Emeryville CA, and Philadelphia... The very next day at 1pm Amtrak called and asked if I would be home in the next hour because they found my bags and sending them to my house in a taxi.. 30 minutes later my luggage arrived..
 
2013-07-30 08:22:46 PM

BrainyBear: Holy crap, the comment section of this article is appalling. I guess I should have expected it, considering the source.


LA Times is the same.

/farkers should have thicker skin.

Pepe Chullo at 12:13 AM July 30, 2013
If Obama had a son he'd be stealin' yo luggage!
 
2013-07-30 08:23:17 PM
The comments on that link are a riot.

Wow, just wow.
Maybe the baggage crook is not so bad.

/kidding
//a crook is a crook
///government job in his future?
 
2013-07-30 08:23:32 PM
These two idiots are a friend mine's (and former co-worker) cousin and wife.  Yeah, his family is more than a little disappointed in these two winners.

/no one cares
 
2013-07-30 08:23:52 PM

lohphat: Not unexpected.

This is why I refuse to check bags. I travel with allowable carry-on sizes and hand wash -- or buy new -- while on the road. Thanks Rick Steves for teaching me how to pack 30 years ago.

If you have valuables then UPS/FedEx them to your destination ahead of time.

Don't let ramp monkeys near your stuff.


Dasracist.gif
 
2013-07-30 08:24:14 PM

powhound: Which is why everything goes in the carry on bag except the kitchen sink, and when the damn airplane crashes, you better believe I'm gonna grab that carry on as I exit the aircraft, knocking over the children, the women, and the elderly, on my way to the slide.

/problem solved, eh?


They train airline employees on how to deal with that strategy.
 
2013-07-30 08:25:14 PM

hasty ambush: The SFO employee is union so it is all cool


I know, those unions are so corrupt!

Meanwhile on planet Earth:

"A United Airlines employee and his wife are accused of stealing luggage of passengers diverted by the Asiana crash at the San Francisco International Airport.  Prosecutors in San Mateo County said Sean Sharif Crudup, 44, and a customer service representative at United, and his wife Raychas Elizabeth Thomas, 32, both of Richmond, were charged with grand theft and burglary."

http://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/Passengers-Diverted-by-Asiana-H av e-Luggage-Stolen-217434301.html
 
2013-07-30 08:29:53 PM
Sigh. This is why we cant have nice things.
 
2013-07-30 08:34:25 PM
Having all your news on fark filtered through Salon, Huffington, NPR is still A-OK.
 
2013-07-30 08:35:37 PM
Hmm. When United made me gate check my bag and it didn't make my connection in SFO, it showed up the next day with my electric razor missing.

/CSB
//United: we'll lose your carry-on bags, too
 
2013-07-30 08:38:58 PM
Color me shocked it wasn't some TSA theft prevention and security supervisors looting everything they could get their hands on.  I guess since they know where the cameras on they have the edge in burgling bags undetected.

www.technobuffalo.com
 
2013-07-30 08:39:24 PM

VarmintCong: Hmm. When United made me gate check my bag and it didn't make my connection in SFO, it showed up the next day with my electric razor missing.

/CSB
//United: we'll lose your carry-on bags, too


I lost a iPod nano in my baggage going through heathrow. Bags were supposed to show up at Newark but I went through customs with a backpack and a laptop bag. They didn't think it was weird I had been gone 7 months with that little amount of clothing apparently. The bags showed up in shiatty condition about 4 days later sans ipod (only thing in the bags worth more than a used shirt).
 
2013-07-30 08:40:27 PM
13% of the population = 50% of the crimes

meanwhile Jesse Jackson is in Florida. How's his crackhead thieving son doing?

THE NUMBERS NEVER LIE
 
2013-07-30 08:42:43 PM
Submittard: He didn't steal the Asiana victims' luggage. That shiat was all broken and scorched up, and probably covered in blood. Nobody would've taken that as a return, use your noggin. He stole luggage from the planes delayed because of the Asiana crash. This was therefore a victimless crime, because he wasn't preying on victims.

/end sarcasm
 
2013-07-30 08:43:53 PM
Since this is fark I'll go with A! solid 100%
 
2013-07-30 08:45:13 PM
Give the guy a break. It's the first time he's been caught.

His "wife's" twitter

https://twitter.com/Escaping_Ray

"HAWAII HERE I COME!!!!!!"

LOL
 
2013-07-30 08:47:19 PM
Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.
 
2013-07-30 08:52:39 PM

OscarTamerz: Color me shocked it wasn't some TSA theft prevention and security supervisors looting everything they could get their hands on.  I guess since they know where the cameras on they have the edge in burgling bags undetected.

[www.technobuffalo.com image 360x360]


Yeah, saw that story on the news tonight so when I saw the headline I *immediately* thought "TSA".
 
2013-07-30 08:56:55 PM

elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.


I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.
 
2013-07-30 09:03:22 PM
Liberals.... They're used to stealing.
 
2013-07-30 09:12:40 PM

TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.


I feel like you don't know how service-based businesses make their money.
 
2013-07-30 09:17:39 PM

Whatchoo Talkinbout: Well if you're gonna be a douche, go big.


And how. Damn.
 
2013-07-30 09:19:57 PM

TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.


He did, he called them up and asked them to check for his missing phone. Meanwhile all you did is biatch about him. He's trying to get shiat done and you're sitting around being worthless.
 
2013-07-30 09:20:26 PM
So, if you fly to SF, be prepared to take it up the ass.
 
2013-07-30 09:20:28 PM

redmid17: TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.

I feel like you don't know how service-based businesses make their money.


By marketing to dim-wits?
 
2013-07-30 09:23:57 PM

Vectron: Give the guy a break. It's the first time he's been caught.

His "wife's" twitter

https://twitter.com/Escaping_Ray

"HAWAII HERE I COME!!!!!!"

LOL


I love how this guy tweeted "austininsf  Doubtful, seeing as you've been arrested.
 
2013-07-30 09:24:31 PM

nytmare: TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.

He did, he called them up and asked them to check for his missing phone. Meanwhile all you did is biatch about him. He's trying to get shiat done and you're sitting around being worthless.


So they have to drop what they are doing (which is probably something meaningful like processing a rental for a competent customer such as myself) to go look for his phone that he <b>thinks</b> he may have left in the car, when he probably left it on the sink of whatever bathroom he just finished snorting coke in.  Yeah.  I'd have hung up on him too.  Sorry dope-heads.
 
2013-07-30 09:31:01 PM

halotosis: These two idiots are a friend mine's (and former co-worker) cousin and wife.  Yeah, his family is more than a little disappointed in these two winners.

/no one cares


I care, sweetie.
 
2013-07-30 09:34:14 PM
I flew AirTran from BWI to Boston in 2002, just months after 9/11.  The TSA thought our family of four flying one-way was suspicious, I guess, so they hand-searched our bags in front of us.  Lo and behold, my bag, containing my PlayStation and some games, didn't make it to Boston.  Once it was shipped back to my home in California, sure enough, my PlayStation was stolen.

And then I was groped in Denver back when they had those air puffer machines.  I was given no real explanation as to why I set off the machine.

/Fark the Theatrical Security Administration
//Breitbart's dead ass, too
///And that sniffling TSA thief who either had a cold or a cocaine addiction
 
2013-07-30 09:35:44 PM

TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.


Really? So we should expect to do business with someone and pay for the service and at the some time be hyper vigilant that we make no mistakes at all with anything as we need to realize that no only the outside world BUT they themselves will be likely to ripe us off? If they have no interest in hiring competent and honest staff, I would have no interest in doing business with them. Capitalism how does it work?
 
2013-07-30 09:36:19 PM

fringedmyotis: And since this is from deadmoran.com, I'll just go ahead and assume none of this actually happened.


Well, gosh, had you stained your soul and clicked the link seen the embedded video to a local news story, you could have saved yourself an erroneous assumption.
 
2013-07-30 09:43:08 PM

tampaflacouple: 13% of the population = 50% of the crimes

meanwhile Jesse Jackson is in Florida. How's his crackhead thieving son doing?

THE NUMBERS NEVER LIE


And 2% of the population figures into 90% of financial crime.
 
2013-07-30 09:43:38 PM

Vectron: Give the guy a break. It's the first time he's been caught.

His "wife's" twitter

https://twitter.com/Escaping_Ray

"HAWAII HERE I COME!!!!!!"

LOL


distilleryimage5.ak.instagram.com
 
2013-07-30 09:46:56 PM
24.media.tumblr.com

Stay classy!

Reminds me of back in the 90s when I accidentally left my brand new (and ridiculously expensive) digital camera on a plane.  I realized it was missing as soon as I got home.  Called and was told that nothing had been found near my seat.  farkers.  Guess who's got two thumbs and never flew US Air again.  This guy!
 
2013-07-30 09:48:51 PM
From her twitter:

Raychas Thomas @Escaping_Ray  13 Jul
Disappointment, Distraught, Discouraged, No justice for anyone ever https://twitter.com/search?q=%23RIPTrayvonMartin&src=hash">https:// t witter.com/search?q=%23RIPTrayvonMartin&src=hash" data-query-source="hashtag_click">#RIPTrayvonMartin we will not... http://instagram.com/p/buzDP7JgCa/


Yeah, you're probably be screwed by the man once again.
 
2013-07-30 09:57:38 PM

Vectron: Give the guy a break. It's the first time he's been caught.

His "wife's" twitter

https://twitter.com/Escaping_Ray

"HAWAII HERE I COME!!!!!!"

LOL


I feel stupider and more prone to puke something in pink after having read that.
 
2013-07-30 10:05:19 PM
They ain't got the complexion for the connection. If they were Jewish, Lanny Breuer would excuse them from everything up to funding and aiding terrorists because they are "too big to fail". Becomes harder and harder to blame people for stealing when that's all they see going on at the top.
 
2013-07-30 10:08:17 PM
s24.postimg.org


"The surveillance tape showed Mr. Crudup stealing the bags and then handing them off to his co-defendant, Ms. Thomas, who is his wife, and another woman," she said.
Guidotti said the luggage contained some valuable items.
"There was quite a bit of high-end clothing in the luggage and Ms. Thomas returned it to a Nordstrom's in Pleasanton and got cash in exchange," Guidotti said.
According to the complaint, 32-year-old Raychas Thomas received about $5,000 when she returned the clothing at the Stoneridge Mall.
Thomas was arrested as she was attempting to board a flight to Hawaii. Guidotti said more property from the victims was later recovered at the couple's home in Richmond, the station reports."
 
2013-07-30 10:13:34 PM

nytmare: TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.

He did, he called them up and asked them to check for his missing phone. Meanwhile all you did is biatch about him. He's trying to get shiat done and you're sitting around being worthless.


Read POS's response carefully. This is what "personal responsibility" ACTUALLY sounds like to a great many people.
 
2013-07-30 10:13:56 PM

Apik0r0s: They ain't got the complexion for the connection. If they were Jewish, Lanny Breuer would excuse them from everything up to funding and aiding terrorists because they are "too big to fail". Becomes harder and harder to blame people for stealing when that's all they see going on at the top.


There is no excuse to steal.

Well we're movin on up, / To the east side. / To a deluxe apartment in the sky. / Movin on up, / To the east side. / We finally got a piece of the pie.

I guess daddy had to take an "extra job" to make ends meet.
 
2013-07-30 10:16:56 PM

BrainyBear: Holy crap, the comment section of this article is appalling. I guess I should have expected it, considering the source.


I can't stop reading them.

It hurts. Send help.
 
2013-07-30 10:20:08 PM
I once left my wallet in the seatback of an AA flight into DFW.

I called and my wallet was actually returned by the cleaning crew.  Sans the 3 dollars I had in it.

No shiat, they stole three dollars.  WTF?

<pays exclusively with credit card and never really has cash>
 
2013-07-30 10:24:23 PM
OMG. She wrote a book (mentioned on her twitter). Look at the title.
 
2013-07-30 10:24:43 PM

Apik0r0s: They ain't got the complexion for the connection. If they were Jewish, Lanny Breuer would excuse them from everything up to funding and aiding terrorists because they are "too big to fail". Becomes harder and harder to blame people for stealing when that's all they see going on at the top.


Really?! I feel stupider for reading that.......
 
2013-07-30 10:26:07 PM

Vectron: OMG. She wrote a book (mentioned on her twitter). Look at the title.


O_O
 
2013-07-30 10:30:31 PM

elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.


Same thing happened to me with Alamo but with a BT visor handsfree unit. Had to call "lost and found" no answer just could leave a voicemail. No response.

What do you expect when there are no consequences for theft? They hire minimum wage mouth-breathers and have no financial interest to improve service.


Welcome to the new US service economy where they're paid to be nice, not helpful. Because they don't have to.
 
2013-07-30 10:30:36 PM

Vectron: OMG. She wrote a book (mentioned on her twitter). Look at the title.


Did...did you read the description?

It's glorious.
 
2013-07-30 10:33:21 PM

United Air Lines employees stole the items, UAL should fix it by compensating the travelers for their loss.

Has anyone pointed out that United Air Lines doesn't care much about their customer's luggage and that United breaks guitars?



OK, then I will.

Link
 
2013-07-30 10:38:49 PM
I'd retitle the headline.

"Richmond thieves way beyond SF TSA:  Or  signal of co-operation?"
 
2013-07-30 10:48:02 PM

TOSViolation: redmid17: TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.

I feel like you don't know how service-based businesses make their money.

By marketing to dim-wits?


img703.imageshack.us

OR

digourideas.com

you decide
 
2013-07-30 11:21:19 PM
Ever wonder why there are so many sleaze pawn shops around the Atlanta airport?
 
2013-07-30 11:23:53 PM

megarian: Vectron: OMG. She wrote a book (mentioned on her twitter). Look at the title.

Did...did you read the description?

It's glorious.


And the first review included this link to her child-abuse case.
 
2013-07-30 11:24:28 PM

megarian: Vectron: OMG. She wrote a book (mentioned on her twitter). Look at the title.

Did...did you read the description?

It's glorious.



Lulzworthy

This book is based on a true story of a young girl who grew up in Detroit, Michigan. It's intense and will have you hanging on every last word of the main character Italy Rivers. As she tries to figure out her next move, he is right on her tail and if she doesn't get away this time it could end badly. With no one to protect her she tries to take things into her own hands, only it ends up making her more vulnerable. You would think going to the police would be the best thing to do in a domestic violence situation right? Since that is what everybody always says "why won't you just call the police" well sometimes the police just can't protect you!
 
2013-07-30 11:27:07 PM
raychas81
2 weeks agoDisappointment, Distraught, Discouraged, No justice for anyone ever #RIPTrayvonMartin we will not forget you!!!!!

distilleryimage6.ak.instagram.com
 
2013-07-30 11:27:54 PM
Perpetuating the stereotype, Dawg.
 
2013-07-30 11:32:56 PM

Vectron: Having all your news on fark filtered through Salon, Huffington, NPR is still A-OK.


BAWWWW
 
2013-07-31 12:03:46 AM

FedExPope: lohphat: Not unexpected.

This is why I refuse to check bags. I travel with allowable carry-on sizes and hand wash -- or buy new -- while on the road. Thanks Rick Steves for teaching me how to pack 30 years ago.

If you have valuables then UPS/FedEx them to your destination ahead of time.

Don't let ramp monkeys near your stuff.

Dasracist.gif


You sound hub-savvy
 
2013-07-31 12:49:16 AM
Guess the race.
 
2013-07-31 01:19:59 AM

jehovahs witness protection: So, if you fly to SF, be prepared to take it up the ass.


Nice.

/teh ghey
//still rofl-worthy
 
2013-07-31 01:41:17 AM
s23.postimg.org
 
2013-07-31 02:54:42 AM
They should have flown with someone else or gone by car.
 
2013-07-31 05:52:58 AM

redmid17: TOSViolation: redmid17: TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.

I feel like you don't know how service-based businesses make their money.

By marketing to dim-wits?

[img703.imageshack.us image 338x383]

OR

[digourideas.com image 850x904]

you decide


Not sure what made me worthy of such a trolling, but I feel honored.
 
2013-07-31 06:30:01 AM

BrainyBear: Holy crap, the comment section of this article is appalling. I guess I should have expected it, considering the source.


I like how some of them call the 50's a "moral time in America".

Yay, Jim Crow!  and polio!

/the tail fins were cool, though
 
2013-07-31 06:34:30 AM

VarmintCong: Hmm. When United made me gate check my bag and it didn't make my connection in SFO, it showed up the next day with my electric razor missing.

/CSB
//United: we'll lose your carry-on bags, too


United sucks ass.  That is all.
 
2013-07-31 06:39:30 AM

powhound: Which is why everything goes in the carry on bag except the kitchen sink, and when the damn airplane crashes, you better believe I'm gonna grab that carry on as I exit the aircraft, knocking over the children, the women, and the elderly, on my way to the slide.

/problem solved, eh?


Don't forget the handicap, they make wonderful stepping stones.
 
2013-07-31 07:20:38 AM
*sees mug shots*

Oh look. I'm shocked
 
2013-07-31 07:38:27 AM

mikaloyd: Vectron: Give the guy a break. It's the first time he's been caught.

His "wife's" twitter

https://twitter.com/Escaping_Ray

"HAWAII HERE I COME!!!!!!"

LOL

[distilleryimage5.ak.instagram.com image 612x612]


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"I'mma get me some skrimps!"
 
2013-07-31 07:42:02 AM

Apik0r0s: They ain't got the complexion for the connection. If they were Jewish, Lanny Breuer would excuse them from everything up to funding and aiding terrorists because they are "too big to fail". Becomes harder and harder to blame people for stealing when that's all they see going on at the top.


Stealing people's luggage is really sticking it to the man, you bold revolutionary, you.
 
2013-07-31 05:26:05 PM
And you wonder why you get shot creeping around in the dark and your shooter goes free.
 
2013-07-31 07:22:16 PM

elbandito: redmid17: TOSViolation: redmid17: TOSViolation: elbandito: Hive of scum and villainy, that airport.  I once left my cell phone in a rental car cup holder when I returned it to SFO.  I realized it before the shuttle was even halfway to the terminal and called the front desk on a coworker's phone.  They told me flat out they could not and would not retrieve the phone for me.  They wouldn't even call the employees who were cleaning the car that very minute to see if it was still there.  When I started biatching they said "fine, we'll call and ask".  Then said "nope" no one has seen your phone, goodbye.  Screw you, Alamo.

I'm sure it was THEIR fault that you left the phone in the car.

Take some responsibility for your own actions, please.

I feel like you don't know how service-based businesses make their money.

By marketing to dim-wits?

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OR

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you decide

Not sure what made me worthy of such a trolling, but I feel honored.


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