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(Kansas.com)   You know all those silly things you did when you were drunk in college that you thought were funny at the time but in reality they were criminal acts? It turns out you can still be arrested for them decades later   (kansas.com) divider line 124
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2013-08-26 04:24:13 PM
Good thing I never did anything illegal in college.
 
2013-08-26 04:26:11 PM
Netflix should make a series based on this concept
 
2013-08-26 04:26:19 PM
Duh?
 
2013-08-26 04:26:37 PM
Unless you are a Kennedy.
 
2013-08-26 04:27:36 PM
I don't remember them.
 
2013-08-26 04:28:10 PM
Make a felon out of somebody for a college prank that happened 25 years ago, thanks obama.
 
2013-08-26 04:28:36 PM

StrikitRich: Netflix should make a series based on this concept


Meh, not enough lesbian subplots to make this one work.
 
2013-08-26 04:28:38 PM
Why the hell would you still have that? Sounds like it's something he likes to brag about and someone got tired of his bullshiat
Why not take the thing, and drop it in a bush around the corner?
 
2013-08-26 04:29:01 PM
Back in the early 80's a room mate stiffed me on a $300 phone bill. I handed him the bill, which he said he would pay and never paid it. I always assumed he did. Well about 8 years later a collection agency called my father, posing as "a friend" of mine. Dad gave them my phone number, and long story short, I ended up having to pay the bill.
 
2013-08-26 04:29:08 PM
You'll have to catch me first, suckahs!
 
2013-08-26 04:29:18 PM
A 45 year old plumber with two divorces. He's made plenty of other mistakes in his life.
 
2013-08-26 04:30:17 PM
I'm betting they're still looking for the person who left the enormous pile of Alice Springs Chicken puke in the movie theater parking lot.  You'll never get me coppers!!
 
2013-08-26 04:30:17 PM

Unoriginal_Username: Why the hell would you still have that? Sounds like it's something he likes to brag about and someone got tired of his bullshiat
Why not take the thing, and drop it in a bush around the corner?


Exactly what I was thinking.  You don't keep shiat when you pull pranks like that.
 
2013-08-26 04:30:26 PM
Perhaps he should have got a good lawyer instead of trying to google his problems
 
2013-08-26 04:30:49 PM

duffblue: Make a felon out of somebody for a college prank that happened 25 years ago, thanks obama.


Yeah! I mean some people call it rape and murder, but it was just silly prank. How was I to know he was allergic to latex?
 
2013-08-26 04:30:55 PM
Ummmm.... wrongful prosecution?

Kansas Statute of Limitations: http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatute.do?number=1168 2

or am I missing something?
 
2013-08-26 04:31:13 PM
25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-08-26 04:31:45 PM
The headline is inaccurate. The original theft is not what he was prosecuted for, but for still having the stolen goods.

There is a difference.
 
2013-08-26 04:31:52 PM

Unoriginal_Username: Why the hell would you still have that? Sounds like it's something he likes to brag about and someone got tired of his bullshiat
Why not take the thing, and drop it in a bush around the corner?


Sounds like he pissed off some chick he used to fark.
 
2013-08-26 04:32:58 PM

Iknhaton: Unoriginal_Username: Why the hell would you still have that? Sounds like it's something he likes to brag about and someone got tired of his bullshiat
Why not take the thing, and drop it in a bush around the corner?

Exactly what I was thinking.  You don't keep shiat when you pull pranks like that.


I thought the same thing. His problem isn't that he stole the bust twenty-five years ago, it's that he kept it. Isn't that technically an ongoing crime?
 
2013-08-26 04:33:04 PM
That's not a prank.  It's theft.

It's amazing to me that so many college kids think calling theft a "prank" somehow makes it OK.  Couches from dorm lounges, computers from labs--"aw, no big deal, just a prank!"
 
2013-08-26 04:33:49 PM
 
2013-08-26 04:34:00 PM
In before...

imageshack.us
 
2013-08-26 04:34:21 PM

Pick: Back in the early 80's a room mate stiffed me on a $300 phone bill. I handed him the bill, which he said he would pay and never paid it. I always assumed he did. Well about 8 years later a collection agency called my father, posing as "a friend" of mine. Dad gave them my phone number, and long story short, I ended up having to pay the bill.


Well then, you were probably an idiot.

In most jurisdictions in the US, the Statute of Limitations on debt is 7 years.  After that point, it can't appear on your credit report and they can't sue you for it.  They can still write you asking for the money, they can still make collection calls, but they can't make you pay.

It's a little longer in some states, so I can't say for sure without knowing the state involved, but after 8 years, in most of the US, you can tell them to STFU.  You send the collection agency a "Cease Communication" notice under the terms of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act and that forces them to stop all collection activity aimed at you, they have to either completely give up or file suit. . .and they won't file suit if it's after that deadline, so that's the end of that.
 
2013-08-26 04:35:01 PM
Stealing art is a crime

And, for many people, it is a very serious crime

While it is debatable how much he deprived students from being cultured by a missing art piece, he still broke the law.
 
2013-08-26 04:35:14 PM

JohnAnnArbor: That's not a prank.  It's theft.

It's amazing to me that so many college kids think calling theft a "prank" somehow makes it OK.  Couches from dorm lounges, computers from labs--"aw, no big deal, just a prank!"


filmdope.com
 
2013-08-26 04:35:46 PM
s3.amazonaws.com
 
2013-08-26 04:35:50 PM
Wichita State?  They gave him a...

(sunglasses)

shocker.

(YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH)
 
2013-08-26 04:37:02 PM
Couldn't get to the link above. WTF is the statute of limitations for theft in Kansas?
 
2013-08-26 04:37:11 PM

JohnAnnArbor: Wichita State?  They gave him a...

(sunglasses)

shocker.

(YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHHH)


they gave him an UFIA?
 
2013-08-26 04:37:18 PM

Pick: Back in the early 80's a room mate stiffed me on a $300 phone bill. I handed him the bill, which he said he would pay and never paid it. I always assumed he did. Well about 8 years later a collection agency called my father, posing as "a friend" of mine. Dad gave them my phone number, and long story short, I ended up having to pay the bill.


That bill was WAY out of SOL. You didn't have to pay it.
 
2013-08-26 04:37:28 PM
Er. Stealing the statue and leaving it posed with Ronald McDonald is a prank. One deserving of a misdemeanor charge and paying for damages if you get caught, kind of thing.

Legging off with a piece of artwork and holding on to it for a quarter century is a wee bit different.
 
2013-08-26 04:38:10 PM
I'd bet he had no idea what it was worth, either.
 
2013-08-26 04:38:41 PM

wildcardjack: A 45 year old plumber with two divorces. He's made plenty of other mistakes in his life.


I regard my two divorces as the correction to the mistakes.
 
2013-08-26 04:39:55 PM
Graduating college before the camera phone came into common usage is the reason my job today doesn't involve a name tag, a jizz mop, or the credit "stunt anus."

What I do on my *own* time is none of your business, boyo!
 
2013-08-26 04:40:20 PM
Yeah, but I kept no souvenirs of my college stupidity and we didn't have cell phones to record that shiat either.

/thank god, we were pretty dumb back then
 
2013-08-26 04:41:06 PM

JohnAnnArbor: That's not a prank.  It's theft.

It's amazing to me that so many college kids think calling theft a "prank" somehow makes it OK.  Couches from dorm lounges, computers from labs--"aw, no big deal, just a prank!"


When I was in college some dumb dumb didn't lock any of the doors in one building at night, and these people came in and took like 30 LED projectors.  I don't know who lost their job over that one, but back then that was cutting edge tech and they were spendy.
 
2013-08-26 04:41:57 PM
How about ratting out your shiat fraternity too and get a conspiracy charge against them as well?
 
2013-08-26 04:43:14 PM
Dirtbag took a Robert Frost Bust?
he'd swing in Vermont.
 
2013-08-26 04:43:50 PM
Can be charged, but should be charged after 25 years. fark no. Just get the bust back and who cares.

/can't be charged for any dumb shiat I did in college as enough time passed and I never had any warrants. As far as I know I dumped any of the stupid crap we stole long ago.
//now days with everything ending up on youtube and facebook I'd be farked.
 
2013-08-26 04:47:12 PM

justanotherfarkinfarker: Can be charged, but should be charged after 25 years. fark no. Just get the bust back and who cares.


I just wonder how many times this asshole moved and had to deliberately place this thing in a box then unpack it and put it up somewhere new.  He deserves a pretty hefty fine IMHO.
 
2013-08-26 04:48:25 PM

HindiDiscoMonster: Ummmm.... wrongful prosecution?

Kansas Statute of Limitations: http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatute.do?number=1168 2

or am I missing something?


Being in possession of the stolen good can often cause the statute to continue indefinitely.  Ironically, if he'd have pawned it, thrown it away, or returned it himself (in a more reasonable time frame) chances are he'd be free and clear.

Stupid criminal is stupid, even 25 years later.
 
2013-08-26 04:48:49 PM
Also, sounds like a vengeful ex story here.

/snitches get stiches
 
2013-08-26 04:51:14 PM
Talks on a condition that they won't name his school.

Paper names school.
 
2013-08-26 04:51:39 PM
Actually, if the incident had ended with him returning it anonymously a couple years later when he sobered up and it was later traced back to him, he  wouldn't have been arrested for it decades later.

It was really the "still having the stolen piece on the mantel in your living room where visitors can see it" part that brought the hammer down on this one.  I've done way worse and gotten off with an apology pretty easily, because I was usually apologizing to the cops or whoever within a couple weeks of whatever shiat I'd pulled, not after I'd been caught and enough time had passed to make it clear I'd no actual intent to make things right.

//I've been on the other end of it too, enough times to the point a friend told me that I have a signature bored tone when I say "we don't intend to press charges".  It's all part of the compromise for civilization, that people have to know when to throw the book and when it's not worth it.
 
2013-08-26 04:51:40 PM

HindiDiscoMonster: Ummmm.... wrongful prosecution?

Kansas Statute of Limitations: http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatute.do?number=1168 2

or am I missing something?


They're not charging him with theft. They're charging him with receiving stolen property. As long as he kept the thing, he was breaking the law.
 
2013-08-26 04:51:42 PM

wildcardjack: A 45 year old plumber with two divorces. He's made plenty of other mistakes in his life.


I don't know, I just paid a ton of money to a plumber during our remodel.  No way he spent all that on copper pipe.
 
2013-08-26 04:52:45 PM
Well...I didn't steal any statues...
www.readthehook.com
/took a shine to it
 
2013-08-26 04:53:23 PM
My roommate and I published the college underground newspaper using "borrowed" printing equipment from Student Government.
They never used it, so I doubt they missed it -- it was a farking ditto machine, for those of you old enough to remember that.
We thought we were so goddamn cool and secretive, but at one point my roommate was called in to the dean's office for something else (nondisciplinary, he was a cool administrator who just liked to chat sometimes), and the dean just HAPPENED to have a copy of every single issue of the underground newspaper neatly arranged on his desk.  He talked to my roommate for half an hour about other stuff, and never even mentioned what was on his desk.  We made a late-night visit to SG and put all the stuff back fairly soon after that.

Keeping a valuable piece of art for 25 years is moronic.  Guy could have saved himself a ton of hurt by anonymously dropping it off, or "finding" it somewhere.  If he'd have done it right, he could have been known as the dude who FOUND and returned the bust.  What an idiot.
 
2013-08-26 04:55:48 PM

diabloninja: Talks on a condition that they won't name his school.

Paper names school.


Paper named school he stole it from, not school he was attending.  Probably wouldn't be too hard to figure it out.  Kansas university with the same frat as Wichita State (which only has 6).
 
2013-08-26 04:57:02 PM
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[Inhales]
 
2013-08-26 04:58:13 PM

dj_spanmaster: Does the statute of limitations not apply in his case?


If you're still hanging onto the stolen property, no, it does not.

If he'd sold it, dumped it in the river 6 years ago, etc, he'd be off the hook.  Well, legally, they'd still probably shiat-list him at the university (can't buy football tickets to his alma mater's games, explicitly banned from university property, etc.  Basically the only thing he can ever get from them is transcripts, and if they're really upset they'll add a disciplinary note and cover letter to any recommendation copies, which is legal if dickish.)
 
2013-08-26 05:01:24 PM
Heh. When I was in college, my roomate and I's favorite was to break off the wooden parking lot moveable barrier after walking back from a hard night of drinking. They replaced it a full 4 times before they finally gave up.
 
2013-08-26 05:01:31 PM
When I was in college, which wasn't THAT long ago, the Greek Affairs office was well aware of the propensity for kids to steal things, so they had a no-questions-asked return policy, where you could return any piece of university/greek property to them and they'd get it back to its rightful place.

I think the only stolen thing that stayed with me past my college days was a pool ball I stole from the billiards room in the union.  Even that found its way to the trash by my 25th birthday.

This guy is a genuine moron.
 
2013-08-26 05:02:41 PM
It's okay to do bad things if you're young and "sowing your wild oats" as long as you become a mindless drone for the Machine later on.
 
2013-08-26 05:04:16 PM
Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.
 
2013-08-26 05:06:18 PM

Kahabut: HindiDiscoMonster: Ummmm.... wrongful prosecution?

Kansas Statute of Limitations: http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatute.do?number=1168 2

or am I missing something?

Being in possession of the stolen good can often cause the statute to continue indefinitely.  Ironically, if he'd have pawned it, thrown it away, or returned it himself (in a more reasonable time frame) chances are he'd be free and clear.

Stupid criminal is stupid, even 25 years later.


The statute reads very differently... there are no circumstances mentioned where the statute no longer applies. This is what is confusing... it's a hard 5 yr limit... period.
 
2013-08-26 05:06:27 PM
Oh, crap. The 'Magic Dollar' is going to come back and haunt me, isn't it?

It was a wonderful way to get free snacks and (more importantly) free change from vending machines. No that I am implying I did such a thing. I was a paragon of virtue, after all.
 
2013-08-26 05:08:39 PM

dahmers love zombie: diabloninja: Talks on a condition that they won't name his school.

Paper names school.

Paper named school he stole it from, not school he was attending.  Probably wouldn't be too hard to figure it out.  Kansas university with the same frat as Wichita State (which only has 6).


From the article:


Potter spoke on the condition The Eagle not name the university or fraternity he belonged to at the time of the theft, to protect their integrity.

Told by a man now grown, the tale unfolds thusly:

The caper started, Potter said, in late March 1987 at a bar in a town he refused to name. Potter - a student at a Kansas university - was drinking with friends when, he said, fraternity pledges from WSU approached.
 
2013-08-26 05:09:23 PM
encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com
 
2013-08-26 05:12:38 PM

Great Janitor: Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.


Wow. Those are pranks? Ever repay anyone for the stuff you destroyed?
 
2013-08-26 05:15:57 PM

JohnnyApocalypse: Great Janitor: Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.

Wow. Those are pranks? Ever repay anyone for the stuff you destroyed?


I put that one dude's tv remote back together.  It still worked.
Dorm room key hole was replaced by the dorm building
I removed the computer virus (for $50)
And I convinced the person who borrowed that other floppy disk that he floppy drive was broken and that's why my disk melted.
 
2013-08-26 05:21:00 PM

HindiDiscoMonster: The statute reads very differently... there are no circumstances mentioned where the statute no longer applies. This is what is confusing... it's a hard 5 yr limit... period.


You may wish to read the statute again, counselor. Chapter 21 article 58 deals with possession of stolen property. The way I read the statute he committed the crime again every day by having the statue in his possession.
 
2013-08-26 05:24:56 PM

HindiDiscoMonster: Kahabut: HindiDiscoMonster: Ummmm.... wrongful prosecution?

Kansas Statute of Limitations: http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatute.do?number=1168 2

or am I missing something?

Being in possession of the stolen good can often cause the statute to continue indefinitely.  Ironically, if he'd have pawned it, thrown it away, or returned it himself (in a more reasonable time frame) chances are he'd be free and clear.

Stupid criminal is stupid, even 25 years later.

The statute reads very differently... there are no circumstances mentioned where the statute no longer applies. This is what is confusing... it's a hard 5 yr limit... period.


I'm no lawyer, but I've worked with and for enough of them.  I've seen a few tricks of the trade.

For instance, maybe they charged him with possession of stolen goods, instead of theft.  I don't know, but that seems like the obvious loophole to jump on.
 
2013-08-26 05:38:46 PM

Great Janitor: Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.


Steve?  From OSU?  How's it going man!

That scar over your eye from the bottle of JD that girl hit you with ever go away?

/You sound just like someone I used to know back in the early 90's...
 
2013-08-26 05:41:10 PM
Great Janitor

I put that one dude's tv remote back together.  It still worked.
Dorm room key hole was replaced by the dorm building
I removed the computer virus (for $50)
And I convinced the person who borrowed that other floppy disk that he floppy drive was broken and that's why my disk melted.



So it sounds like you made no amends at all.
 
2013-08-26 05:47:22 PM
when i was in college our dorm network wasn't very secure/monitored so we'd sniff packets at night and listen in on all the unencrypted IM ( mostly AIM in those days ). We'd also "help" girls in our dorm with their computer and helpfully install a VNC server and email ourselves their IP address. Nice way to get a heads  up on interests/bf problems/wants/needs etc which then come in handy at parties. I'm sure that kind of spying/stalking is probably a felony these days.


// all of the above is a work of fiction
 
2013-08-26 05:47:42 PM
He still had the bust. He didn't get arrested for stealing it 25 years ago. He got arrested for receiving stolen property. It didn't stop being stolen just because of the passage of time.

So submitter's mooning of a bus full of nuns back in 1980-whatever is probably nothing he needs to worry about.
 
2013-08-26 05:49:50 PM
www.wickhamfarms.com

/obscure?
 
2013-08-26 06:11:59 PM
One of the few advantages of being an old fart and going to college in the pre-digital era.
 
2013-08-26 06:15:58 PM
I met the guy a few times while he was doing plumbing for a house we had built. I am not at all surprised that he had kept a hold of the bust after 25 years. After seeing his work in person though I am surprised he was still in business as a plumber.
 
2013-08-26 06:24:24 PM

Great Janitor: Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.


You sound retarded
 
2013-08-26 06:26:26 PM
Sympathizes with guy in TFA...

/Hot
 
2013-08-26 06:28:47 PM
A friend of mine had a really skeevy asshole in his dorm, who nobody liked. When the guy went on Christmas break, my friend and some of his buddies removed the door and trim from his room, replaced it with a piece of drywall, and covered it with matching wallpaper they'd removed from a disused part of the dorm. To top it off, they installed a working wall sconce in the middle of it.

When asshole-guy came back from break, he went to his room, only to find it was no longer there. He went to the RA, who acted like he'd never seen the guy before and couldn't find his name as being registered to that dorm. As I understand it, the guy had a nervous breakdown sometime later and left the school.
 
2013-08-26 06:36:06 PM
cdn.pastemagazine.com
/Trying to post a pic on my tablet is hard. Here it is.
 
2013-08-26 06:38:14 PM
Uh oh.  One of them is still in the dorm handbook as a thou-shalt-not ;)
 
2013-08-26 06:40:52 PM

Great Janitor: Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.


You ever prank somebody to death with a tire iron while you're at it?  You sure sound the type for it.

/Obscure?
//I'd hope nothing with Walken would be obscure on Fark.
 
2013-08-26 06:42:11 PM
why the hell did this guy hang on to the damn thing so long?

Seriously if i wanted to return it, I would have scouted out a suitable location near the university, where i could drop it and not be spotted and have a good chance it would  not be found until i called in a anonymous tip from a pay phone  or if none remain there a cheap prepaid phone which i would buy with cash then dump.
 
2013-08-26 06:47:35 PM
They are coming to search your garage.
atomictoasters.com
 
2013-08-26 06:52:33 PM
A friend and someone-other-than-myself got really drunk one night in Florida, and found out that the stop signs were pretty easy to work out of the ground a couple of blocks from the beach.  The next day we realized we (excluding myself of course) had no idea how the hell to dispose of the 30 stop signs (with poles) sitting in our backyard.  We just left them when we moved out.

/Or they moved out.  CSB
 
2013-08-26 06:54:02 PM

FarkinHostile: The headline is inaccurate. The original theft is not what he was prosecuted for, but for still having the stolen goods.

There is a difference.


So, even though this went missing 23 years ago:

lh4.googleusercontent.com

things would not end well if it sat in an attic or basement for years.
 
2013-08-26 06:58:14 PM

dahmers love zombie: Keeping a valuable piece of art for 25 years is moronic. Guy could have saved himself a ton of hurt by anonymously dropping it off, or "finding" it somewhere. If he'd have done it right, he could have been known as the dude who FOUND and returned the bust. What an idiot.


The way the Internet and news works these days, he would have been busted within a news cycle.

Anonymously, with little traceback, would have been the way to go.
 
2013-08-26 06:58:38 PM
I knew a guy on academic scholarship who got hammered, decided he was hungry, then broke into a bagel shop at 2 a.m. to make himself a sandwich.  He even sat down at one of the tables in the shop to eat it.  Police caught him mid-sandwich.  He was soon convicted of burglary, expelled from school, and 20 years later he's now incarcerated/institutionalized for some random crime.   Talk about a bad night.

/Badger burgled away his bachelors
 
2013-08-26 07:08:46 PM
You should see what TOP MEN are doing to the Joe Paterno statue in an undisclosed warehouse right now.
 
2013-08-26 07:20:02 PM

Silverstaff: Great Janitor: Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.

You ever prank somebody to death with a tire iron while you're at it?  You sure sound the type f ...



Funny things:

1) Repeatedly calling male college students "men".  If mom and dad are paying bills, they're "kids".
2) Stealing pot but not keeping it for yourself and your friends.
3) Charging $50 to remove a virus, cuz nobody else could run a freeware antivirus program (and if it was pre-freeware antivirus, then Norton prolly would have cost less than $50)
4) Thinking it hurts more to have your Mom called names than get punched in the face.
5) Thinking you made such an impression as a badass name-caller that someone remembers you 10 yrs later.
 
2013-08-26 07:24:57 PM

HindiDiscoMonster: Ummmm.... wrongful prosecution?

Kansas Statute of Limitations: http://www.kslegislature.org/legsrv-statutes/getStatute.do?number=1168 2

or am I missing something?


Yeah, my first thought. There's either a whole lot more to the story, or it's total bullhookey.
 
2013-08-26 07:29:53 PM
Ah, Missouri, where a college graduate can claim to have never heard of Robert Frost, even after having stolen a bust of the man, and no one will call shenanigans on him, because they (sadly) know it to be true!

/Missouri college graduate
//am aware that this guy actually went to college in Kansas
///does that mean that he didn't get accepted in Missouri?
 
2013-08-26 07:36:44 PM
I knew someone who put a dress on Jimmy Stewart. The hand usually had a beer can in it on a Saturday or Sunday morning. Almost as if it was made to hold one.

rutheh.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-08-26 07:41:38 PM
Does that include certain presidential candidates impersonating a police officer?

http://www.dailykos.com/story/2012/06/07/1098168/-Romney-impersonate s- a-police-officer
 
2013-08-26 07:41:58 PM
vudukungfu: You should see what TOP MEN are doing to the Joe Paterno statue in an undisclosed warehouse right now.

whatever it is they're doing, I'm sure it's going unreported.
 
2013-08-26 07:54:53 PM

Pick: Back in the early 80's a room mate stiffed me on a $300 phone bill. I handed him the bill, which he said he would pay and never paid it. I always assumed he did. Well about 8 years later a collection agency called my father, posing as "a friend" of mine. Dad gave them my phone number, and long story short, I ended up having to pay the bill.


I did collections for a while. What floored me were the number of people, usually inner city (I did Cleveland area), who would put the bill in their (minor) kids name and socials. Well, they would let it go and pay it, and of course after they turned 18 something would happen and it would go to collections and the kids would move out and try to set up phones and end up being referred to us and find out about the accounts.

Always a fun phone call. We would tell the that they had two choices: either file a police report and send us a copy, or pay the bill. It was always interesting to see who turned on their parents (or extended family if it was them).
 
2013-08-26 08:04:55 PM

Great Janitor: Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.


Weird, I'm the only one who seems to have thought those were funny. Guess the thread is full of a lot of dorks who got pranked and feel butthurt.
 
2013-08-26 08:05:02 PM
Thought about a couple of thefts back then, but the plans never panned out.

Too bad.  The 75mm airborne cannon pointed at the disco would have been epic.
 
2013-08-26 08:08:23 PM

buckler: A friend of mine had a really skeevy asshole in his dorm, who nobody liked. When the guy went on Christmas break, my friend and some of his buddies removed the door and trim from his room, replaced it with a piece of drywall, and covered it with matching wallpaper they'd removed from a disused part of the dorm. To top it off, they installed a working wall sconce in the middle of it.

When asshole-guy came back from break, he went to his room, only to find it was no longer there. He went to the RA, who acted like he'd never seen the guy before and couldn't find his name as being registered to that dorm. As I understand it, the guy had a nervous breakdown sometime later and left the school.


Now that's classic.
 
2013-08-26 08:15:35 PM

diabloninja: dahmers love zombie: diabloninja: Talks on a condition that they won't name his school.

Paper names school.

Paper named school he stole it from, not school he was attending.  Probably wouldn't be too hard to figure it out.  Kansas university with the same frat as Wichita State (which only has 6).

From the article:


Potter spoke on the condition The Eagle not name the university or fraternity he belonged to at the time of the theft, to protect their integrity.

Told by a man now grown, the tale unfolds thusly:

The caper started, Potter said, in late March 1987 at a bar in a town he refused to name. Potter - a student at a Kansas university - was drinking with friends when, he said, fraternity pledges from WSU approached.


You're failing to take note of the "a" in front of Kansas, and the lowercase "u" in university. The school was not named.
 
2013-08-26 08:20:57 PM

fang06554: A friend and someone-other-than-myself got really drunk one night in Florida, and found out that the stop signs were pretty easy to work out of the ground a couple of blocks from the beach.  The next day we realized we (excluding myself of course) had no idea how the hell to dispose of the 30 stop signs (with poles) sitting in our backyard.  We just left them when we moved out.

/Or they moved out.  CSB


Hey, fatal car accidents are fun!  I know: let's turn the arrows around on a few parts of a one-way street.  Woo-hoo the fun to be had!
 
2013-08-26 08:34:53 PM
Is this where I can make my confessions?  Nothing could happen if I confess to possible umm "things" twenty plus years ago could they?
 
2013-08-26 08:45:05 PM

jpo2269: Is this where I can make my confessions?  Nothing could happen if I confess to possible umm "things" twenty plus years ago could they?


Check if the "things" have a statute of limitations first, and whether the statute has run or not. Some statutes run in a very short time--2 to 3 years. Murder has no statute of limitations.
 
2013-08-26 08:52:35 PM
How has no one made a statue of limitations pun?  Terrible.  I am very disappointed in all of you.
 
2013-08-26 08:56:39 PM

MelGoesOnTour: I'd bet he had no idea what it was worth, either.


Should have taken it to the Pawn Stars
 
2013-08-26 09:31:02 PM
keeping it for 25 years til someone finally turns you in is the genius part.

Coulda given it back anonymously any time, Mr. Me-so-sorry.
 
2013-08-26 09:58:59 PM
Didn't there used to be this thing called "statute of limitations"
 
2013-08-26 10:00:54 PM

duckpoopy: Great Janitor: Let's see, pranks I did in college involved:

trespassing
stripping a man down to his boxers, hogtying him face down onto his skateboard and dropping him off at the gay guy's dorm room.
finding one man's pot stash and putting it into the front seat of the truck owned by the annoying Christian
identity theft (multiple counts)
taping the pages of a Hustler to the dorm window of the annoying Christian so that when he woke up Sunday morning for church the first thing he saw was two hot lesbians in a 69
trespassing and having sex in another person's dorm room (some people should really lock their doors.  My room was messy so I borrowed someone else's).
stole one dude's tv remote, took it apart, and made a scavenger hunt with clues for him to locate all the parts for the remote.
filled a dorm room key hole with super glue.
when someone asked for a computer game I had, I gave them a floppy disk with a computer virus
Once I filled a floppy disk with match head scrapings and nail polish remover, wrote on the disk the name of some SNES games.  Someone asked to borrow it.  That was the last floppy disk he ever used.
Left fully charged capacitors in my dorm room because one guy liked to visit and mess with my stuff

Now, one prank did result in an ass kicking.  I was in the bathroom doing my dishes (we had no kitchen) and I saw a friend of mine heading to the bathroom, so when the door opened, I thought it was him.  I had a two gallon bucket filled with water.  I shouted "Ooops" and dumped it in the stall I thought he was in.  My friend wasn't in the restroom.  I got the guy who moved in that day, it was the first shiat he had ever taken in that building and I splashed him with two gallons of cold water.  As he slammed him into the wall, I made some insults about his mother.  My injuries have healed, those jabs about his mother probably still hurt him 10 years later.

You sound retarded like a sociopath.

 
2013-08-26 10:28:05 PM
I shall be telling this with a sigh
Somewhere ages and ages hence:
For two decades and five in my basement, said I -
I had the stolen bust of some guy,
But I guess it didn't make a difference.
 
2013-08-26 10:50:47 PM
JohnAnnArbor:  Hey, fatal car accidents are fun!  I know: let's turn the arrows around on a few parts of a one-way street.  Woo-hoo the fun to be had!

All the stop signs were only about a month old.  While I guess technically it is possible that someone would assume that since the signs were there and were no longer there, they should speed through at 70 mph onto a beach, I don't remember hearing about it much.

Then again, maybe I just didn't notice all the Blues Brothereqsue explosions happening all around.
 
2013-08-26 10:52:30 PM
Then again, maybe I just didn't notice all the Blue's Brotheresque explosions happening all around.

FTFM
 
2013-08-26 11:33:10 PM
Gryfalcon,

Thankfully, murder is not one of my previous infractions, nor have I stolen a bust of a famous person.. That being said, I may or may not have taken certain liberties with an Easter Bunny display...
 
2013-08-27 12:33:07 AM

diabloninja: Talks on a condition that they won't name his school.

Paper names school.


I'll bite. What school did he go to?
 
2013-08-27 12:49:38 AM
I'm not really surprised they went after him. Cast metal sculptures are surprisingly expensive to produce, to say nothing of their value as art. I bet that bust cost thousands of dollars just to make, if not more, and the display for it probably wasn't cheap either. They're not the sort of thing you can run off with for 25 years and have it be 'no harm, no foul'.
 
2013-08-27 01:02:15 AM

wildcardjack: A 45 year old plumber with two divorces. He's made plenty of other mistakes in his life.


I dunno, man. A buddy of mine is a plumber and he earns a very comfortable living. He lives in a neighborhood with lawyers and other professional types, drives a new car every couple of years (aside from his work truck), and aside from the mortgage and car note is in little debt. Plus, he never had 40k in student loans to pay off.

Damn, I should have gone to a trade school instead of a university. I don't mind getting dirty.
 
2013-08-27 01:25:10 AM

knottybynature: Didn't there used to be this thing called "statute of limitations"


Well apparantly still being in possession of the stolen item constitutes an ongoing crime according to the other farkers with a GED in law.

Luckily my illegal activites involved putting substances the govt doesnt approve of in my body or wreckless driving or simple (misdemenor) assault all of which are long since expired SOL and Im not still in possession.
 
2013-08-27 01:40:16 AM
upload.wikimedia.org

Got the "T" in '83
 
2013-08-27 02:08:27 AM
I confess. To my knowledge I have only knowingly and deliberately 'stolen' one thing - it was during college 30 some years ago.

The local police had started this campaign: they were ticketing people who were starting their cars in the cold winter morning, cranking the defroster, leaving them to idle, and going back into their homes to finish getting ready for work/grab a coffee, etc. Even when asked by the local news if this had led to any thefts, the police spokesman said no, but it was an increased risk and they wanted to curb the 'bad habit'. (Iirc, they'd written over 30 tickets in the first three days of the campaign).

So imagine my surprise when - that very week - leaving the bar and cutting across the police parking lot, I see a patrolman yank this kid, hands cuffed behind his back, out of the back of his cruiser, (I'd guess he was 15 at the oldest, they had a 'thing' for curfew at the time as well), shoved him inside and up to the precinct's counter, and left his car running and unlocked. (It was pretty cold iirc, below zero at least. I at the time was feeling no pain.)

I walked up to his car, spent several minutes standing right beside the open driver door - hell, I walked around the car at least twice - the full glass doors to the police station less than 30 feet away, a well lit parking lot, and the patrolman was completely oblivious; he did have the wherewithal to pour himself a cup of coffee, and grab the phone; I assume to call the kid's parents to pick him up. (The cop had plunked him down - still handcuffed - in a chair in the lobby, but he wasn't processing him; iirc they had some kind of 3 strike rule for curfew.)

The longer I stood there, the more it pissed me off... I unscrewed his radio antenna off the roof of the car and dropped it in the snow 10 feet away. I always figured they found it in the spring.

/Tequila definitely was a factor. I did on occasion drink to excess since then, but I tried to avoid excessive tequila, it seems to bring out my 'inner dick'.
//Yeah, I know über criminal. Even after all these years I feel kinda bad about it. Kinda.
 
2013-08-27 02:10:11 AM

JohnAnnArbor: That's not a prank.  It's theft.

It's amazing to me that so many college kids think calling theft a "prank" somehow makes it OK.  Couches from dorm lounges, computers from labs--"aw, no big deal, just a prank!"


A potted plant from the student lounge...
 
2013-08-27 02:55:39 AM

jpo2269: Gryfalcon,

Thankfully, murder is not one of my previous infractions, nor have I stolen a bust of a famous person.. That being said, I may or may not have taken certain liberties with an Easter Bunny display...


Probably the SoL for a sexual assault of an inanimate object with semi-religious connotations runs in a month or two. Unless you raped a baby Jesus right in the manger...
 
2013-08-27 03:33:20 AM

Oldiron_79: knottybynature: Didn't there used to be this thing called "statute of limitations"

Well apparantly still being in possession of the stolen item constitutes an ongoing crime according to the other farkers with a GED in law.

Luckily my illegal activites involved putting substances the govt doesnt approve of in my body or wreckless driving or simple (misdemenor) assault all of which are long since expired SOL and Im not still in possession.


I like wreckless driving...
 
2013-08-27 03:57:06 AM

o'really: I like wreckless driving...


O wreally?
 
2013-08-27 05:37:43 AM
Mitchel Potter admits he stole a bronze bust of American poet Robert Frost from Wichita State University

Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/2013/08/25/2964046/man-apologizes-for-stealing- p oets.html#storylink=cpyPotter spoke on the condition The Eagle not name the university


Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/2013/08/25/2964046/man-apologizes-for-stealing- p oets.html#storylink=cpy
That's some fine reporting there, eagle.
 
2013-08-27 05:38:57 AM
Farking read more links. They weren't there when I hit add.
 
2013-08-27 10:09:22 AM
In June 2012, a woman whom Potter says he knows - but whom he and authorities refused to name - called WSU and told police where to find the bust.

Read more here: http://www.kansas.com/2013/08/25/2964046/man-apologizes-for-stealing- p oets.html#storylink=cpy
sounds like a vengeful ex
 
2013-08-27 10:26:13 AM

dolphkhan: diabloninja: dahmers love zombie: diabloninja: Talks on a condition that they won't name his school.

Paper names school.

Paper named school he stole it from, not school he was attending.  Probably wouldn't be too hard to figure it out.  Kansas university with the same frat as Wichita State (which only has 6).

From the article:


Potter spoke on the condition The Eagle not name the university or fraternity he belonged to at the time of the theft, to protect their integrity.

Told by a man now grown, the tale unfolds thusly:

The caper started, Potter said, in late March 1987 at a bar in a town he refused to name. Potter - a student at a Kansas university - was drinking with friends when, he said, fraternity pledges from WSU approached.

You're failing to take note of the "a" in front of Kansas, and the lowercase "u" in university. The school was not named.


Given his full name, and that he attended a Kansas University should be enough information for anyone to figure out where he attended.
 
2013-08-27 10:49:00 AM

JohnAnnArbor: That's not a prank.  It's theft.

It's amazing to me that so many college kids think calling theft a "prank" somehow makes it OK.  Couches from dorm lounges, computers from labs--"aw, no big deal, just a prank!"


RAPE?   Naa I didn't rape any one.  I just pranked her,...with my penis!
 
2013-08-27 02:47:16 PM
I taught at CMU and PITT 2001-2004, took a hot co-ed with me when I left. Still have her, is the SOL up yet?
 
2013-08-27 03:19:26 PM

Tired_of_the_BS: The longer I stood there, the more it pissed me off... I unscrewed his radio antenna off the roof of the car and dropped it in the snow 10 feet away. I always figured they found it in the spring.

/Tequila definitely was a factor. I did on occasion drink to excess since then, but I tried to avoid excessive tequila, it seems to bring out my 'inner dick'.
//Yeah, I know über criminal. Even after all these years I feel kinda bad about it. Kinda.


My friend who "removed" a guy's dorm room said there was another fellow there whose hobby was stealing police car light bars. According to him, the guy mounted them to the walls of his dorm room, wired them up and turned them on for party nights.
 
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