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2013-08-16 09:19:00 AM
Hey!  We don't blame the victim in this country.  If you want to wander around with a big wad of cash, or a fancy cell phone in your hand, through crowded, criminal infested metro stations, you should be able to, and no one should be allowed to judge you.  It is no one's fault but the criminal's.
 
2013-08-16 09:36:43 AM
Then why are they paying your salary, chief?
 
2013-08-16 09:57:37 AM
I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit
 
2013-08-16 10:05:40 AM

montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit


I was robbed at gunpoint doing a home visit in DC. My phone and iPad were safely away in my backpack had all those things on them. The police made. Big show in the community right after and tracked down my backpack and some of the contents in a dumpster. However in regulars to the electronics they didn't do a damn thing. I gave them all the information and they basically said the kids would have already pawned things off to the next person and let it go.

I know why criminals in DC are bold enough to do this. It's because there is no real risk to them. I always hold my iPad with two hands on diagonal corners and grip it tighter any time we near a station but I know if someone takes it from me the police will be no damn help.
 
2013-08-16 10:12:48 AM

Gwendolyn: I know why criminals in DC are bold enough to do this. It's because there is no real risk to them. I always hold my iPad with two hands on diagonal corners and grip it tighter any time we near a station but I know if someone takes it from me the police will be no damn help.


And being able to get away with that gives them confidence to try something bigger.
 
2013-08-16 10:24:18 AM

Gwendolyn: montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit

I was robbed at gunpoint doing a home visit in DC. My phone and iPad were safely away in my backpack had all those things on them. The police made. Big show in the community right after and tracked down my backpack and some of the contents in a dumpster. However in regulars to the electronics they didn't do a damn thing. I gave them all the information and they basically said the kids would have already pawned things off to the next person and let it go.

I know why criminals in DC are bold enough to do this. It's because there is no real risk to them. I always hold my iPad with two hands on diagonal corners and grip it tighter any time we near a station but I know if someone takes it from me the police will be no damn help.


Glad you're ok - That's crazy.

Wouldn't a pawnbroker offer a pittance for stolen phones? If someone can prove a phone is theirs, I imagine the pawnshop has to give it back (I have no illusions that anyone would go after them for trafficking in stolen goods, that would make too much sense) and they are not in the business of losing money. Especially given how easy they are to track and remotely brick, and how cheap they are when subsidized by a carrier, who would pay money for a sketchy used phone without knowing if you would be confronted by the real owner or have already been turned into a paperweight. I know I wouldnt pay $50 for a questionable iPhone or Android when I could get a new legit one for about the same or less. So how could a broker, given all the risks of having traceable stolen inventory (unlike tvs and the like which are essentially untraceable unless you keep the serial numbers and happen to stumble into them) offer more than 10 or 20 dollars for something he'd be lucky to sell for 40 or 50?

I guess I figured the used market would be next to zero....

Maybe I'm naive, living in a relatively low crime area in Canuckistan
 
2013-08-16 11:08:54 AM
he's right
 
2013-08-16 11:13:49 AM

Aarontology: Then why are they paying your salary, chief?


Done in 2.
//Chief admits he is a failure at his job so your security is on you...
 
2013-08-16 11:17:38 AM
http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/baltimore-city/bs-md-ci-str e et-robbery-20130815,0,7011188.story

In Baltimore, groups of criminals are stealing cars then joyriding around looking for pedestrians to rob. They are targeting joggers among other victims.
 
2013-08-16 11:19:17 AM
And don't get him started on those people flaunting tens of thousands of dollars by driving a CAR around D.C! Talk about letting your guard down. Everybody should just walk around that city naked and possessionless.
 
2013-08-16 11:21:10 AM
FTFA: "You wouldn't go around flaunting $400 in cash in your hand, and that's what you're doing with your phone," the chief said.

The chief then went on to say that women with large breasts have only themselves to blame if they are sexually assaulted if they dress like sluts, "Put on a damn burqa and you won't have any problems".
 
2013-08-16 11:21:51 AM
You wouldn't go out at night dressed in sexually flattering clothing, would you ladies?
 
2013-08-16 11:22:15 AM
Hell, the S&W 9mm I keep in a shoulder holster under my jacket is worth more than that.
 
2013-08-16 11:23:51 AM

montreal_medic: Gwendolyn: montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit

I was robbed at gunpoint doing a home visit in DC. My phone and iPad were safely away in my backpack had all those things on them. The police made. Big show in the community right after and tracked down my backpack and some of the contents in a dumpster. However in regulars to the electronics they didn't do a damn thing. I gave them all the information and they basically said the kids would have already pawned things off to the next person and let it go.

I know why criminals in DC are bold enough to do this. It's because there is no real risk to them. I always hold my iPad with two hands on diagonal corners and grip it tighter any time we near a station but I know if someone takes it from me the police will be no damn help.

Glad you're ok - That's crazy.

Wouldn't a pawnbroker offer a pittance for stolen phones? If someone can prove a phone is theirs, I imagine the pawnshop has to give it back (I have no illusions that anyone would go after them for trafficking in stolen goods, that would make too much sense) and they are not in the business of losing money. Especially given how easy they are to track and remotely brick, and how cheap they are when subsidized by a carrier, who would pay money for a sketchy used phone without knowing if you would be confronted by the real owner or have already been turned into a paperweight. I know I wouldnt pay $50 for a questionable iPhone or Android when I could get a new legit one for about the same or less. So how could a broker, given all the risks of having traceable stolen inventory (unlike tvs and the like which are essentially untraceable unless you keep the serial numbers and happen to stumble into them) offer more ...


The "pawning" is actually happening with automated "sell your phone for cash" machines.  They are supposed to be updated with lists of stolen phones, but that doesn't happen quickly enough to prevent these kinds of thefts.

$20 for an iPhone seems like a ridiculous proposition, but $20 is $20.
 
2013-08-16 11:24:30 AM
should be able to walk around flaunting $400 in cash in my hand.  Clean up your farking cesspool of a city!
 
2013-08-16 11:25:00 AM

monoski: Aarontology: Then why are they paying your salary, chief?

Done in 2.
//Chief admits he is a failure at his job so your security is on you...


Unless they have some type of pre-crime bureau, he has a point.
 
2013-08-16 11:25:34 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: You wouldn't go out at night dressed in sexually flattering clothing, would you ladies?



I take it you've never been to a nightclub.
 
2013-08-16 11:26:18 AM

vudukungfu: Hell, the S&W 9mm I keep in a shoulder holster under my jacket is worth more than that.



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2013-08-16 11:26:18 AM

FrancoFile: montreal_medic: Gwendolyn: montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit

I was robbed at gunpoint doing a home visit in DC. My phone and iPad were safely away in my backpack had all those things on them. The police made. Big show in the community right after and tracked down my backpack and some of the contents in a dumpster. However in regulars to the electronics they didn't do a damn thing. I gave them all the information and they basically said the kids would have already pawned things off to the next person and let it go.

I know why criminals in DC are bold enough to do this. It's because there is no real risk to them. I always hold my iPad with two hands on diagonal corners and grip it tighter any time we near a station but I know if someone takes it from me the police will be no damn help.

Glad you're ok - That's crazy.

Wouldn't a pawnbroker offer a pittance for stolen phones? If someone can prove a phone is theirs, I imagine the pawnshop has to give it back (I have no illusions that anyone would go after them for trafficking in stolen goods, that would make too much sense) and they are not in the business of losing money. Especially given how easy they are to track and remotely brick, and how cheap they are when subsidized by a carrier, who would pay money for a sketchy used phone without knowing if you would be confronted by the real owner or have already been turned into a paperweight. I know I wouldnt pay $50 for a questionable iPhone or Android when I could get a new legit one for about the same or less. So how could a broker, given all the risks of having traceable stolen inventory (unlike tvs and the like which are essentially untraceable unless you keep the serial numbers and happen to stumble into ...


never heard of those.. off to Google....

WHY????
 
2013-08-16 11:26:20 AM

montreal_medic: Maybe I'm naive, living in a relatively low crime area in Canuckistan


I live in what Canada calls a "high crime" city.  I have never felt safer in my life.  Violent crimes are a major news event here.  Theft is a major news event.  It's just so unthinkable here.  It's crazy, compared to the States.  It's REALLY crazy compared to DC and Tacoma.
 
2013-08-16 11:27:04 AM

devildog123: Hey!  We don't blame the victim in this country.  If you want to wander around with a big wad of cash, or a fancy cell phone in your hand, through crowded, criminal infested metro stations, you should be able to, and no one should be allowed to judge you.  It is no one's fault but the criminal's.


HAHAHA farkING GOLDEN SIR! MOTHER farkING GOLDEN HAHAHAHAHAHA!
 
2013-08-16 11:27:32 AM

montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit



Nobody carrys cash anymore


/bankcards can be cancelled quickly
 
2013-08-16 11:27:34 AM
Dear METRO TRANSIT POLICE CHIEF,


You have 420 Police Officers at your disposal, use them.. YOUR ONLY JOB IS THE METRO. I mean DC has freaking LIBRARY POLICE, and Park Police, and City and Feds, your only job is the metro. If this a problem deal with it, increase police presence, have undercovers on the trains. It sounds like it's primarily the Red and Green/Yellow lines so crack down on those.

signed,
DC resident
 
2013-08-16 11:28:56 AM

montreal_medic: FrancoFile: montreal_medic: Gwendolyn: montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit

I was robbed at gunpoint doing a home visit in DC. My phone and iPad were safely away in my backpack had all those things on them. The police made. Big show in the community right after and tracked down my backpack and some of the contents in a dumpster. However in regulars to the electronics they didn't do a damn thing. I gave them all the information and they basically said the kids would have already pawned things off to the next person and let it go.

I know why criminals in DC are bold enough to do this. It's because there is no real risk to them. I always hold my iPad with two hands on diagonal corners and grip it tighter any time we near a station but I know if someone takes it from me the police will be no damn help.

Glad you're ok - That's crazy.

Wouldn't a pawnbroker offer a pittance for stolen phones? If someone can prove a phone is theirs, I imagine the pawnshop has to give it back (I have no illusions that anyone would go after them for trafficking in stolen goods, that would make too much sense) and they are not in the business of losing money. Especially given how easy they are to track and remotely brick, and how cheap they are when subsidized by a carrier, who would pay money for a sketchy used phone without knowing if you would be confronted by the real owner or have already been turned into a paperweight. I know I wouldnt pay $50 for a questionable iPhone or Android when I could get a new legit one for about the same or less. So how could a broker, given all the risks of having traceable stolen inventory (unlike tvs and the like which are essentially untraceable unless you keep the serial numbers and happen to s ...



locations near DC:
http://www.ecoatm.com/find-a-location.html?location=22201&x=25&y=10
 
2013-08-16 11:28:58 AM

DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: You wouldn't go out at night dressed in sexually flattering clothing, would you ladies?


I take it you've never been to a nightclub.


Not an "hip hop" night
 
2013-08-16 11:28:58 AM

zedster: Dear METRO TRANSIT POLICE CHIEF,


You have 420 Police Officers at your disposal, use them.. YOUR ONLY JOB IS THE METRO. I mean DC has freaking LIBRARY POLICE, and Park Police, and City and Feds, your only job is the metro. If this a problem deal with it, increase police presence, have undercovers on the trains. It sounds like it's primarily the Red and Green/Yellow lines so crack down on those.

signed,
DC resident



Not to see them on the street. It's like the Metro Transit cops are trying to expand their jurisdictions one car stop at a time. They pull people over all of the time in DC.
 
2013-08-16 11:29:24 AM
Citizen - "A cop beat me up for no reason."

Cop - "Yeah, try not to piss of the cops."

Citizen - "Somebody stole my phone from my hand."

Cops - "Yeah, try not to tempt thieves."

Your broke ass, piss poor excuse for law enforcement.

Let me show it to you.

I'm gonna put forth a little hypothesis, here.

The only people cops respect are other cops and criminals.  You?  You're a pain in the ass.  Figure out your own problems.
 
2013-08-16 11:30:12 AM

DROxINxTHExWIND: montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit


Nobody carrys cash anymore


/bankcards can be cancelled quickly


Which is why I carry cash.

I buy something out of the ordinary, the bank kills my card and my CC, since they're linked to the same account. Since I have no interest in having a second bank card, I always carry a couple of smaller bills so I can still pay for my lunch/coffee/whatever

Figured everyone has at least 20 bucks real money
 
2013-08-16 11:30:15 AM

zedster: Dear METRO TRANSIT POLICE CHIEF,


You have 420 Police Officers at your disposal, use them.. YOUR ONLY JOB IS THE METRO. I mean DC has freaking LIBRARY POLICE, and Park Police, and City and Feds, your only job is the metro. If this a problem deal with it, increase police presence, have undercovers on the trains. It sounds like it's primarily the Red and Green/Yellow lines so crack down on those. SHOOT ROBBERS IN THE FACE. Problem Solved.

signed,
DC resident

 
2013-08-16 11:30:39 AM
Good thing I got the $399 iPhone. I should be OK.
 
2013-08-16 11:31:30 AM
Yep - San Francisco has a huge smartphone-theft problem as well.
 
2013-08-16 11:31:54 AM

DROxINxTHExWIND: Not to see them on the street. It's like the Metro Transit cops are trying to expand their jurisdictions one car stop at a time. They pull people over all of the time in DC.


revenue generating, that being said if they could start busting people who make illegal turns in front of buses or block stops that would be great and with in their mission.
 
2013-08-16 11:31:58 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: You wouldn't go out at night dressed in sexually flattering clothing, would you ladies?


I take it you've never been to a nightclub.

Not an "hip hop" night



That's a shame. Your mother can really twerk. You should show up one night to support her.


/Low hanging fruit
 
2013-08-16 11:32:44 AM

devildog123: Hey!  We don't blame the victim in this country.  If you want to wander around with a big wad of cash, or a fancy cell phone in your hand, through crowded, criminal infested metro stations, you should be able to, and no one should be allowed to judge you.  It is no one's fault but the criminal's.


There's a difference between saying "doing these things increase your probability of being a crime victim" and "these things make it so you deserve it". Saying "be aware of your surroundings", "don't flaunt your expensive things", etc. is the former. Saying "she was asking for it" is the latter.
 
2013-08-16 11:33:03 AM

DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: You wouldn't go out at night dressed in sexually flattering clothing, would you ladies?


I take it you've never been to a nightclub.

Not an "hip hop" night


That's a shame. Your mother can really twerk. You should show up one night to support her.


/Low hanging fruit


How's your dad, by the way? Oh, that's right....
 
2013-08-16 11:33:24 AM

montreal_medic: Gwendolyn: montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit

I was robbed at gunpoint doing a home visit in DC. My phone and iPad were safely away in my backpack had all those things on them. The police made. Big show in the community right after and tracked down my backpack and some of the contents in a dumpster. However in regulars to the electronics they didn't do a damn thing. I gave them all the information and they basically said the kids would have already pawned things off to the next person and let it go.

I know why criminals in DC are bold enough to do this. It's because there is no real risk to them. I always hold my iPad with two hands on diagonal corners and grip it tighter any time we near a station but I know if someone takes it from me the police will be no damn help.

Glad you're ok - That's crazy.

Wouldn't a pawnbroker offer a pittance for stolen phones? If someone can prove a phone is theirs, I imagine the pawnshop has to give it back (I have no illusions that anyone would go after them for trafficking in stolen goods, that would make too much sense) and they are not in the business of losing money. Especially given how easy they are to track and remotely brick, and how cheap they are when subsidized by a carrier, who would pay money for a sketchy used phone without knowing if you would be confronted by the real owner or have already been turned into a paperweight. I know I wouldnt pay $50 for a questionable iPhone or Android when I could get a new legit one for about the same or less. So how could a broker, given all the risks of having traceable stolen inventory (unlike tvs and the like which are essentially untraceable unless you keep the serial numbers and happen to stumble into them) offer more than 10 or 20 dollars for something he'd be lucky to sell for 40 or 50?

I guess I figured the used market would be next to zero....

Maybe I'm naive, living in a relatively low crime area in Canuckistan


Here is how it works. The original person sells the cell phone for $20 or so. By pawning its more like a local criminal who can make more out of it. The next person who gets it makes calls to Nigeria or where ever as they use it. It usually takes a few hours for someone to turn off the phone. Then they break the screen it and sell it to gazelle or where ever that will pay to recycle it for the precious metals. iPads are quickly sold to someone who usually is the neighborhood tech guru who can reset the damn thing and then resells it for $150 or something they somehow get stolen phones set up with new SIM cards and numbers.
 
2013-08-16 11:34:04 AM
To emphasize his point and show how quickly such thefts take place, Pavlik released two videos. In one a man snatches a device from another rider just before the doors shut on a train stopped at the Capitol Heights station. In another, a man dashes from the back of a Metrobus, snatches a woman's phone and exits the bus as the doors close.


Hmmmm, I never really thought about it but that does sound really easy to get away with.  Thanks for the ideas, chief!
 
2013-08-16 11:34:31 AM

evaned: "don't flaunt your expensive things",


So, only use your mobile phone in the privacy of your own home?
 
2013-08-16 11:34:52 AM

Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: You wouldn't go out at night dressed in sexually flattering clothing, would you ladies?


I take it you've never been to a nightclub.

Not an "hip hop" night


That's a shame. Your mother can really twerk. You should show up one night to support her.


/Low hanging fruit

How's your dad, by the way? Oh, that's right....



He's doing pretty good. We met about two weeks ago at the club when we both tried to tip your mom at the same time. Figured we were related because we have the same taste in white trach women.
 
2013-08-16 11:35:10 AM
Newsflash: Pickpockets have always applied the same methods, for whatever they were stealing. And for whomever they ripped off.  It's a lot easier to defeat the amateurs than the pros, with simple precautions and situational awareness.

/they'd almost have to tickle my 'privates' before they could lift my keys, wallet or cell phone.
 
2013-08-16 11:35:49 AM

bunner: evaned: "don't flaunt your expensive things",

So, only use your mobile phone in the privacy of your own home?



I would, if I could get reception.


/Mutherfark YOU Sprint.
 
2013-08-16 11:35:56 AM
I don't have a cellphone theft problem, but I can shoot you in the face for trying to steal it.
 
2013-08-16 11:36:19 AM
This whole "grab and run thing" used to not be such a problem.  Now it's becoming so common that no one is doing anything about it.  So the thieves are everywhere now.  They know no one will stop them.  And now that literally everyone is holding their iPhone or other such device in their hand, they are SUCH easy targets.

I saw those clips of the "Sliders" as they've come to be known.  They would steal shiat right out of someone's car, in broad daylight, while the owner is right there, and on security video - license plate and all.  And they still get away.  Because by the time any law enforcement catches up, they've taken what they need, pawned off the rest, and disposed of what they don't want.

Best thing to do is not be so obvious with your stuff.  Since that Sliders thing was shown, I notice that women parking at work go to their trunk to retrieve their purse after they park.  That's smart.  Unortunately necessary.  And smart.
 
2013-08-16 11:36:22 AM

bunner: evaned: "don't flaunt your expensive things",

So, only use your mobile phone in the privacy of your own home?


But how will everyone at Starbucks know I have an iPhone 7SC!?!?!
 
2013-08-16 11:37:03 AM

Gwendolyn: montreal_medic: Gwendolyn: montreal_medic: I never understood stealing electronics with gps, a camera, a persistent internet connection, and a preinstalled device finder app.

Could fenced/pawned/ebayed stolen phones bring in enough to be worth the risk? Seems like a wallet with a couple of 20s would be a better risk/benefit

I was robbed at gunpoint doing a home visit in DC. My phone and iPad were safely away in my backpack had all those things on them. The police made. Big show in the community right after and tracked down my backpack and some of the contents in a dumpster. However in regulars to the electronics they didn't do a damn thing. I gave them all the information and they basically said the kids would have already pawned things off to the next person and let it go.

I know why criminals in DC are bold enough to do this. It's because there is no real risk to them. I always hold my iPad with two hands on diagonal corners and grip it tighter any time we near a station but I know if someone takes it from me the police will be no damn help.

Glad you're ok - That's crazy.

Wouldn't a pawnbroker offer a pittance for stolen phones? If someone can prove a phone is theirs, I imagine the pawnshop has to give it back (I have no illusions that anyone would go after them for trafficking in stolen goods, that would make too much sense) and they are not in the business of losing money. Especially given how easy they are to track and remotely brick, and how cheap they are when subsidized by a carrier, who would pay money for a sketchy used phone without knowing if you would be confronted by the real owner or have already been turned into a paperweight. I know I wouldnt pay $50 for a questionable iPhone or Android when I could get a new legit one for about the same or less. So how could a broker, given all the risks of having traceable stolen inventory (unlike tvs and the like which are essentially untraceable unless you keep the serial numbers and happen to stumble into ...


The more you know

Thanks
 
2013-08-16 11:37:15 AM

DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: DROxINxTHExWIND: Dow Jones and the Temple of Doom: You wouldn't go out at night dressed in sexually flattering clothing, would you ladies?


I take it you've never been to a nightclub.

Not an "hip hop" night


That's a shame. Your mother can really twerk. You should show up one night to support her.


/Low hanging fruit

How's your dad, by the way? Oh, that's right....


He's doing pretty good. We met about two weeks ago at the club when we both tried to tip your mom at the same time. Figured we were related because we have the same taste in white trach women.


Seriously though, your dad is involved your life?
 
2013-08-16 11:37:33 AM

Beeblebrox: bunner: evaned: "don't flaunt your expensive things",

So, only use your mobile phone in the privacy of your own home?

But how will everyone at Starbucks know I have an iPhone 7SC!?!?!


Download .jpg of 7SC.  Print.  Glue to deck of cards.  Impress your friends safely.
 
2013-08-16 11:37:52 AM
so you know that your police force aint worth shiat, but you refuse to change your habits because they should be doing a better job?

good luck with that
 
2013-08-16 11:38:03 AM

Molavian: I don't have a cellphone theft problem, but I can shoot you in the face for trying to steal it.


Now I want to steal your phone, I got... issues.
 
2013-08-16 11:38:08 AM

DROxINxTHExWIND: bunner: evaned: "don't flaunt your expensive things",

So, only use your mobile phone in the privacy of your own home?


I would, if I could get reception.


/Mutherfark YOU Sprint.


This was me with Verizon two years ago. Then, boom, after being gone for a weekend, got home and had full bars.  As much as Verizon sucks (and they do), they did okay this one time.  Hopefully you'll get your coverage upgraded.
 
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