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2013-09-19 12:36:04 PM
He makes his living poisoning people and he's a nice guy?
 
2013-09-19 12:54:14 PM

Because People in power are Stupid: He makes his living poisoning people and he's a nice guy?


You had the Flame Thrower Grillburger too huh?  I didn't stop pooping for DAYS.
 
2013-09-19 01:03:18 PM
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2013-09-19 01:03:44 PM
This kid is a fool if he doesn't set up a fund accepting donations for college. He'd have 8 years paid for in a  few days. Hell I'm in for $5.
 
2013-09-19 01:10:20 PM
That right there is a rare breed of kid.  *golf clap*

sammyk: This kid is a fool if he doesn't set up a fund accepting donations for college. He'd have 8 years paid for in a  few days. Hell I'm in for $5.


I'm in for $10.  I'M ONEUPPING YOU!  RAWR!
 
2013-09-19 01:16:07 PM
I'd Peanut Bust her parfait.

*eye waggle*

Damn you inopportune Vaudevillian Tourette's Syndrome, damn you to hell.
 
2013-09-19 01:42:06 PM

xanadian: That right there is a rare breed of kid.  *golf clap*

sammyk: This kid is a fool if he doesn't set up a fund accepting donations for college. He'd have 8 years paid for in a  few days. Hell I'm in for $5.

I'm in for $10.  I'M ONEUPPING YOU!  RAWR!


This. Count me in for $20.
 
2013-09-19 02:06:15 PM
I say we do this.

How do we make it happen?
 
2013-09-19 02:07:24 PM
I am in too.  All too often people are rewarded for acting like assholes (see reality TV).  He should be rewarded for acting like a non-asshole.
 
2013-09-19 02:08:24 PM
I have a PayPal account linked to my email address. GO!
 
2013-09-19 02:09:28 PM
Man, now I feel bad for finding some guys wallet on the floor of my local bakery, taking the $675 dollars that was inside and throwing the rest of it away.
 
2013-09-19 02:10:14 PM
If another customer witnessed the exchange, why didn't they speak up when the thief denied pocketing the $20 bill ?
 
2013-09-19 02:11:06 PM
Salute, kid.

Meanwhile that broad should be punted into the next county.
 
2013-09-19 02:11:15 PM
The woman denied that she took the cash. "There was kind of a scene," Prusak said. "I told her what she did was extremely disrespectful and she had to leave."

She did, but she never gave back the money.


Of course not. Anyone who would steal from a blind man has no shame to begin with.
 
2013-09-19 02:12:10 PM
That old lady should be beaten up good.
 
2013-09-19 02:12:33 PM

Via Infinito: xanadian: That right there is a rare breed of kid.  *golf clap*

sammyk: This kid is a fool if he doesn't set up a fund accepting donations for college. He'd have 8 years paid for in a  few days. Hell I'm in for $5.

I'm in for $10.  I'M ONEUPPING YOU!  RAWR!

This. Count me in for $20.


Me too, as soon as someone drops a $20 in front of me.
 
2013-09-19 02:13:15 PM
Imagine how farking proud you'd be if that was your kid. You'd be able to lord it over your friends and family for the rest of your life.
 
2013-09-19 02:14:12 PM
I heard she stole candy from a baby on her way out.
 
2013-09-19 02:16:38 PM
Character is doing the right thing even if no one is looking....

Joey has Character.    Would like to be in for 20 too....
 
2013-09-19 02:17:01 PM

Because People in power are Stupid: He makes his living poisoning people and he's a nice guy?


0/10. Please play again later
 
2013-09-19 02:17:16 PM
Good kid,
 
2013-09-19 02:18:27 PM
Back in my high school days, I had a paper route. One of my customers dropped his wallet on the grounds of his apartment building. It had over $300 in it. I recognized him as a customer, so I knocked on his door.
I handed over the wallet, with cash intact. I was hoping for a nice tip maybe, but he sleepily mumbled thanks, then slammed the door in my face.
2 weeks later he moved out and stiffed me on his bill.
No good deed goes unpunished.
 
2013-09-19 02:18:50 PM

Headso: Imagine how farking proud you'd be if that was your kid. You'd be able to lord it over your friends and family for the rest of your life.


Yeah. You could proudly say that there was at least one thing that you got right
 
2013-09-19 02:19:46 PM

wingnutdave: Character is doing the right thing even if no one is looking....


Like the victim?

/I'm going to hell
 
2013-09-19 02:20:34 PM
Great. Now he'll never get laid.
 
2013-09-19 02:21:09 PM
I once was at an amusement park and found a big wad of cash. I didn't count it, but I saw multiple twenties. I looked around and, not seeing anyone who looked like they might have just dropped it, I walked over to a nearby security guard and handed it to him, saying "I found this on the ground."

He said "thanks" and put the money in his pocket.  I have no reason to believe he ever found looked for the rightful owner.  From that day on I vowed to alway keep any money I find unless I witnessed a person actually drop it.
 
2013-09-19 02:22:19 PM
As she stormed out of Dairy Queen, she fumed that a female thief can only steal 70 cents for every dollar a male thief takes,
 
2013-09-19 02:22:26 PM
It boggles the mind that there are people out there who can watch another person drop money (or a phone, ipod, whatever) and their first impulse is anything other than making sure that person gets their stuff back. Good on this guy at least.
 
2013-09-19 02:23:29 PM
I'm confused...

His manager didn't fire him for acting on his on volition and not following some corporate guidelines for dealing with customers? Not to mention driving away a paying customer?

Is it a bad sign that I've come to expect that sort of thing?
 
2013-09-19 02:24:37 PM
Alright I'll say it out loud. This was obvious theft, it started a "scene" and no one called the police? Any chance the witness was a friend of the "nice" guy?
 
2013-09-19 02:24:56 PM

Headso: Imagine how farking proud you'd be if that was your kid. You'd be able to lord it over your friends and family for the rest of your life.


Teaching your children to recognize and do the right thing is the hardest part of being a parent, but there is no greater moment of parental pride than that special moment  when you realize that they got it.

Kudos to whoever raised that kid. You done good.
 
2013-09-19 02:25:51 PM
Maud Dib:
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/It was just $2, let it go
JC
 
2013-09-19 02:27:44 PM
He just got taken for $20. Back home we called it the "Tallahassee Tango". What no one else saw is the blind guy and the lady splitting the cash that poor kid gave him.
 
2013-09-19 02:28:23 PM
If someone will legitimately set up an account for the kid's education I'd throw in.

Hell, we raised almost 15K to buy the vice president a sweet trans am. This should be a piece of cake.
 
2013-09-19 02:28:32 PM

capt.hollister: Headso: Imagine how farking proud you'd be if that was your kid. You'd be able to lord it over your friends and family for the rest of your life.

Teaching your children to recognize and do the right thing is the hardest part of being a parent, but there is no greater moment of parental pride than that special moment  when you realize that they got it.

Kudos to whoever raised that kid. You done good.


No need to teach them. They will watch you and emulate your actions.
 
2013-09-19 02:28:34 PM
Nice guy is typically used to mean a man who is unintentionally passive-aggressive with women.
 
2013-09-19 02:30:53 PM

Salmon: That old lady should be beaten up good.


She's the representative for MN-6. Needs the money to pay for her failed  POTUS run.
 
2013-09-19 02:31:55 PM

micah1701: I once was at an amusement park and found a big wad of cash. I didn't count it, but I saw multiple twenties. I looked around and, not seeing anyone who looked like they might have just dropped it, I walked over to a nearby security guard and handed it to him, saying "I found this on the ground."

He said "thanks" and put the money in his pocket.  I have no reason to believe he ever found looked for the rightful owner.  From that day on I vowed to alway keep any money I find unless I witnessed a person actually drop it.


Similar situation. I found a small wad of cash on the floor of a local coffee shop, the kind of place that has a lot of regular customers and employees are on a first name basis with everyone. There was a $10 on the outside and maybe 3 or 4 more bills in the stack. In this case I just handed it to one of the employees knowing that it would probably go into the tip jar of no one came by looking for it. Fine by me.

Had I found that same cash sitting on the ground in the parking structure, or out on the sidewalk? Finders keepers.
 
2013-09-19 02:32:50 PM

wild9: He just got taken for $20. Back home we called it the "Tallahassee Tango". What no one else saw is the blind guy and the lady splitting the cash that poor kid gave him.


Is it a sad commentary on our society (or just us) that this occurred to me right away as well?


Still, good on you kid.  Don't let the cynical bastards grind you down.
 
2013-09-19 02:34:01 PM
At least the blind guy didn't pay with a $2 bill and have the cashier call the cops on him.
 
2013-09-19 02:34:39 PM
My teenaged son and daughter have both, on separate occasions, found expensive iPods and iPads, and have not kept them for themselves. They always either bring them home and have us try to find the rightful owners, or contact them themselves. We've only kept one iPod, because we just couldn't find out who it belonged to. When my daughter found a brand new iPad in our local park one day, she searched through it until she found out who the owner was and contacted her, and when the owner came to pick it up, she offered my daughter $100 as a reward. My daughter kept refusing, but the owner finally said "take the f-ing money, you have no idea how much you saved me finding and returning this thing, it has my whole life in it!" So she took it and split it with her friend who was with her when she found it. They are very honest kids and make me proud.
 
2013-09-19 02:36:28 PM
One of the funniest things I've ever seen (and possibly one of the funniest things ever to happen anywhere ever) was when I saw a woman on the bus accidentally drop her iPhone, and two people next to her bent down to pick it up for her at the same time just as she was bending down, resulting in a three-way head bonk.

It was a beautiful thing. I still get a tear in my eye when I think of it.
 
2013-09-19 02:36:31 PM

Because People in power are Stupid: He makes his living poisoning people and he's a nice guy?


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2013-09-19 02:37:14 PM
A perfect example of a tea party economy. Take from those who have nothing, give it to an awful person who doesn't need it, and trust that a hardworking person will make it right.

All that's missing is to demonize the poor person (and maybe the do-gooder if he is in a union or works for the government).
 
2013-09-19 02:38:13 PM

wild9: He just got taken for $20. Back home we called it the "Tallahassee Tango". What no one else saw is the blind guy and the lady splitting the cash that poor kid gave him.


this.  plus, I blame fartbongo because those liberal grifters used obamaphones to coordinated their scam.
 
2013-09-19 02:39:07 PM

hitlersbrain: A perfect example of a tea party economy. Take from those who have nothing, give it to an awful person who doesn't need it, and trust that a hardworking person will make it right.

All that's missing is to demonize the poor person (and maybe the do-gooder if he is in a union or works for the government).


Since the poor man is blind, he probably is an umpire.
 
2013-09-19 02:39:43 PM

micah1701: I once was at an amusement park and found a big wad of cash. I didn't count it, but I saw multiple twenties. I looked around and, not seeing anyone who looked like they might have just dropped it, I walked over to a nearby security guard and handed it to him, saying "I found this on the ground."

He said "thanks" and put the money in his pocket.  I have no reason to believe he ever found looked for the rightful owner.  From that day on I vowed to alway keep any money I find unless I witnessed a person actually drop it.


I found a $100 bill on the ground outside a gas station on a 700 mile trip to see the mother-in-law.  I picked it up and waited about 20 minutes in the car then went back in and told the clerk that if anyone came back later and said they lost something valuable that they could call me at x number and if they could describe what it was it I'd send it to them.

We were 5 days into the visit with no call so we spent it on the kids.  When I told the mother-in-law she said I should have put it in the collection plate on Sunday. She got kind of pissed when I asked her about how she was always saying everything happens for a reason based on God's plan, and maybe his plan that day was to give me a Franklin.  Finder's keepers eat my nuts.  I did my due diligence.
 
2013-09-19 02:39:49 PM

hitlersbrain: A perfect example of a tea party economy. Take from those who have nothing, give it to an awful person who doesn't need it, and trust that a hardworking person will make it right.

All that's missing is to demonize the poor person (and maybe the do-gooder if he is in a union or works for the government).


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2013-09-19 02:49:51 PM

wild9: He just got taken for $20. Back home we called it the "Tallahassee Tango". What no one else saw is the blind guy and the lady splitting the cash that poor kid gave him.


I can't believe anyone could be so low as to suggest such a thing.  Hey, you want to go into business together?
 
2013-09-19 02:55:55 PM

RedPhoenix122: Via Infinito: xanadian: That right there is a rare breed of kid.  *golf clap*

sammyk: This kid is a fool if he doesn't set up a fund accepting donations for college. He'd have 8 years paid for in a  few days. Hell I'm in for $5.

I'm in for $10.  I'M ONEUPPING YOU!  RAWR!

This. Count me in for $20.

Me too, as soon as someone drops a $20 in front of me.


Not cool man. I hate that I laughed at that.
 
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