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(Atlanta Journal Constitution)   Patrons at a Waffle House robbed of $40,000 worth of jewelry. In other news, there are patrons of Waffle House with $40,000 worth of jewelry   (ajc.com) divider line 100
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2013-09-30 02:38:15 PM
ivanlabayne.files.wordpress.com

Wanted for questioning
 
2013-09-30 02:43:17 PM
It's common in underdeveloped societies to display wealth in the form of personal adornment.
 
2013-09-30 02:49:16 PM
Cop-like math detected
 
2013-09-30 02:57:57 PM
...a diamond-covered Rolex watch valued at $20,000 from Vincent Lamar "Cash Out" Robinson

I tried really hard to have sympathy, and then this happened.
 
2013-09-30 03:00:16 PM
Cop-like...

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Cop-like math detected


Dammit!

Uhm....they'll work really hard to find that $20,000 that was stolen.  They'll be sure to get all $10,000 in lockup and the $5,000 will be returned to the proper owners.
 
2013-09-30 03:02:48 PM
I thought Jules kept the suitcase
 
2013-09-30 03:06:35 PM
This happened at the Atlanta Buckhead Waffle House, the last stop after a night out at the clubs, this is not surprising nor is it your typical interstate exit Waffle House Clientele.
 
2013-09-30 03:09:01 PM

Tom_Slick: This happened at the Atlanta Buckhead Waffle House, the last stop after a night out at the clubs, this is not surprising nor is it your typical interstate exit Waffle House Clientele.


Two of them are.
 
2013-09-30 03:28:44 PM
"And I'd like my hash browns scattered, smothered, covered, and encrusted in jewels please."
 
2013-09-30 03:36:30 PM

Tom_Slick: This happened at the Atlanta Buckhead Waffle House, the last stop after a night out at the clubs, this is not surprising nor is it your typical interstate exit Waffle House Clientele.


Yes and no.  Like all Waffle House clientele, they make bad decisions like eating at WH.  Like all nighttime WH clientele, they were likely drunk.

Unlike most WH clientele, however, their bad decisions included going to WH all blinged out.  Back in my WH-frequenting days, any robber would have gotten "my last few bucks in cash that were going to pay for an omelet and smothered hash browns with a coke."
 
2013-09-30 03:49:46 PM

factoryconnection: Tom_Slick: This happened at the Atlanta Buckhead Waffle House, the last stop after a night out at the clubs, this is not surprising nor is it your typical interstate exit Waffle House Clientele.

Yes and no.  Like all Waffle House clientele, they make bad decisions like eating at WH.  Like all nighttime WH clientele, they were likely drunk.

Unlike most WH clientele, however, their bad decisions included going to WH all blinged out.  Back in my WH-frequenting days, any robber would have gotten "my last few bucks in cash that were going to pay for an omelet and smothered hash browns with a coke."


With any luck he would have gotten it between sometime after your food had been delivered but before it was paid for.
 
2013-09-30 03:50:17 PM
"Ooh Smithers! A Waffle House! Let's go slumming!"

deadhomersociety.files.wordpress.com
 
2013-09-30 03:54:52 PM

EvilEgg: With any luck he would have gotten it between sometime after your food had been delivered but before it was paid for.


Knowing me, I would have probably been the guy reaching up from my under-table crouch to sneak bites of my food.  If not I DEFINITELY would have finished eating it after the robbers fled.  My stomach waits for no situational appropriateness.  Visiting dying grandma at the hospital at 6pm?  "Man... where's the cafeteria?"
 
2013-09-30 04:11:16 PM

factoryconnection: EvilEgg: With any luck he would have gotten it between sometime after your food had been delivered but before it was paid for.

Knowing me, I would have probably been the guy reaching up from my under-table crouch to sneak bites of my food.  If not I DEFINITELY would have finished eating it after the robbers fled.  My stomach waits for no situational appropriateness.  Visiting dying grandma at the hospital at 6pm?  "Man... where's the cafeteria?"


I would keep eating. I mean trust me if I am desperate enough to be in a waffle house then I am hungry enough to be unconcern about you having a gun in my face.
 
2013-09-30 04:12:06 PM

spman: [ivanlabayne.files.wordpress.com image 700x307]

Wanted for questioning


Thanks. Now I'm going to have Dick Dale playing in my head all afternoon.

/no ... seriously ... THANKS!!
 
2013-09-30 04:12:08 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: It's common in underdeveloped societies to display wealth in the form of personal adornment.


This, sadly.
 
2013-09-30 04:12:41 PM
Ten bucks says it was stoled.
 
2013-09-30 04:13:51 PM
I'm guessing the majority of the take was in Iphone cases, government assistance checks, and grillz.
 
2013-09-30 04:15:13 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: It's common in underdeveloped societies to display wealth in the form of personal adornment.


It's common in developed societies to understand how insurance claims work, and significantly overstate the value of your possessions shortly after a robbery.
 
2013-09-30 04:15:30 PM
Vincent Lamar "Cash Out" Robinson, is not a rapper. so i have to assume he has another less than legal profession.
 
2013-09-30 04:15:58 PM
Maybe all the Waffle Houses at once?
 
2013-09-30 04:16:53 PM
"And I want all them rims from the parking lot!"
 
2013-09-30 04:17:19 PM
Metro Atlanta Waffle House?  $40,000 worth of jewelry, but the people were only worth about five bucks each.
 
2013-09-30 04:17:31 PM

Phil Moskowitz: Benevolent Misanthrope: It's common in underdeveloped societies to display wealth in the form of personal adornment.

This, sadly.


Buckhead is an "underdeveloped society"???
 
2013-09-30 04:17:32 PM
In other news, there are patrons of Waffle House with $40,000 worth of jewelry

Not anymore.
 
2013-09-30 04:18:18 PM
Misprint - It was actually $40.00.
 
2013-09-30 04:18:46 PM
They stolen stuff that was likely already stolen.
 
2013-09-30 04:19:18 PM
I call bullshiat.  Why would a guy with a $20,000 watch hang out with a loser with a $12,000 watch?
 
2013-09-30 04:20:17 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: It's common in underdeveloped societies to display wealth in the form of personal adornment.


My wealth is all tied up in t-shirts.
 
2013-09-30 04:20:26 PM
that's a lot of gold teef
 
2013-09-30 04:20:43 PM
The racism is strong in this thread.
 
2013-09-30 04:20:56 PM
eh that's like two Pandora bracelets and a necklace any more
 
2013-09-30 04:23:08 PM

Tom_Slick: This happened at the Atlanta Buckhead Waffle House, the last stop after a night out at the clubs, this is not surprising nor is it your typical interstate exit Waffle House Clientele.


I used to work across the street from there!
 
2013-09-30 04:24:01 PM

Shryke: Buckhead is an "underdeveloped society"???


Oh yeah.  It compares to other developing nations, like Beverly Hills or the French Riviera.
 
2013-09-30 04:26:05 PM
Now, how can John Fitzgerald Page tell how much time he has left to get to the gym?

//Funny enough, I think he is based out of Atlanta.. :)
 
2013-09-30 04:26:28 PM
Weird that the story named the victims, but didn't identify them. Ca$h Out is a rapper, although this appears to be a different guy than the Atlanta rapper of the same nickname. Usually if the victim isn't famous, they don't name them.
 
2013-09-30 04:26:50 PM

comhcinc: The racism is strong in this thread.


You're right, it could be a bunch of caucasians with their baubels and diamonds that got robbed.
 
2013-09-30 04:30:37 PM

comhcinc: The racism is strong in this thread.


This.
 
2013-09-30 04:31:04 PM
If you're the cop taking the victims statements I don't know how you don't start laughing when the guy who just got robbed tells you his name is "Cash out".
 
2013-09-30 04:38:15 PM
I guess only poor people eat breakfast. Or eat greasy diner food after drinking all night.
 
2013-09-30 04:38:34 PM
I have to feel sorry for poor Derrick Johnson.  All he had to lose was an iPhone.  No bling.  He must be the charity case in the group.
 
2013-09-30 04:39:25 PM
It's really not that hard to add up to $40k worth of jewelry. That's 80 people with $500 wedding bands.
 
2013-09-30 04:40:44 PM

cgraves67: It's really not that hard to add up to $40k worth of jewelry. That's 80 people with $500 wedding bands.


Wafllehouses max out at 8 people. Tiny places.
 
2013-09-30 04:42:20 PM

Benevolent Misanthrope: It's common in underdeveloped societies to display wealth in the form of personal adornment.


And rims.
 
2013-09-30 04:42:51 PM

Shryke: cgraves67: It's really not that hard to add up to $40k worth of jewelry. That's 80 people with $500 wedding bands.

Wafllehouses max out at 8 people. Tiny places.


They should actually call them Waffle hut's...  Not a house worth of square footage.
 
2013-09-30 04:43:34 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Cop-like math detected


Insurance fraud detected
 
2013-09-30 04:44:51 PM
I'm surprised that someone with $20000 watch in Buckhead had time to sit at the wafflehouse, considering they likely only had 26 minutes to get to the gym.
 
2013-09-30 04:45:27 PM

JohnnyRebel88: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Cop-like math detected

Insurance fraud detected


I am going to go out on a limb here and suggest, just SUGGEST, that the victims in question do not carry a jewelry rider on their homeowner's policy.
 
2013-09-30 04:46:04 PM
Normally there isn't $40,000 worth of cars in the parking lot of a Waffle House.
 
2013-09-30 04:49:13 PM

gretzkyscores: Benevolent Misanthrope: It's common in underdeveloped societies to display wealth in the form of personal adornment.

And rims.


You'll hand over your diamond-encrusted rims if you don't want to be rimshot.
 
2013-09-30 04:49:15 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Cop-like math detected


Came for this, leaving satisfied.
 
2013-09-30 04:50:27 PM
As a person that has walked past a Waffle House once, I am going to bet this is BS.

Might be the same kind of people that go into a pawn shop and demand 5K for a gold tinted Timex.
 
2013-09-30 04:53:03 PM
No there aren't.
 
2013-09-30 04:55:08 PM
WaHo prohibits guns on their property. Makes them a natural target for robbers.

/someone had to bring guns into the thread
 
2013-09-30 04:56:35 PM
www.kidrock.nl

You know who else lost $40,000 at a Waffle House?
 
2013-09-30 04:57:02 PM

MaudlinMutantMollusk: Cop-like math detected

Cop Math

 was one of those shows that ABC never gave a fighting chance.

/Oh, but singing cops, now there's a winner!
//If a bank robber heads east at seventy miles per hour, and a police officer heads east at 125 miles an hour and squashes a pedestrian, how long with the resulting wrongful death suit take?
 
2013-09-30 04:57:32 PM
Rule of thumb is to always add a few zeros to police reports and insurance claims when reporting the value of stolen property.
 
gja [TotalFark]
2013-09-30 05:00:08 PM
At any Waffle House I've been to you would be lucky if you stole all the personal belongings and cash, used all the credit cards to cash-out max, had the cars towed ad sold off and even came CLOSE to $40K in final dollar value. And that includes Uncle Clem's gold bridges and teeth.
 
2013-09-30 05:01:11 PM

Brick-House: Rule of thumb is to always add a few zeros to police reports and insurance claims when reporting the value of stolen property.


Hopefully the cops and insurance company don't do the meth and wonder how you were able to afford the jewelry.
 
2013-09-30 05:09:04 PM

Brick-House: Rule of thumb is to always add a few zeros to police reports and insurance claims when reporting the value of stolen property.


So you just get to declare the value of you stolen items do you? Yahtzee! I own this 100k genuine Trolex, here's my napkin receipt.
 
2013-09-30 05:11:24 PM

spman: [ivanlabayne.files.wordpress.com image 700x307]

Wanted for questioning


I was worried this would not be in the first three responses.
 
2013-09-30 05:13:29 PM
CSB:

Went to visit my sister who moved to Greenville, S.C. a few years ago. On the drive down from N.Y. I kept passing these "Waffle Houses" and I made a promise to visit one while I was down there. We went on a Sunday, just before church got out. Still, a lot of folks there. Good sized and tasting waffle, eggs were OK...I didn't like the grits, and I had never had grits before. To be fair, I had them at...a Waffle House. I'm sure there's a decent way to make grits, and I would give them another go sometime, but the home-made version.


/CSB
 
2013-09-30 05:16:16 PM

Rev. Skarekroe: Tom_Slick: This happened at the Atlanta Buckhead Waffle House, the last stop after a night out at the clubs, this is not surprising nor is it your typical interstate exit Waffle House Clientele.

I used to work across the street from there!


Would have read better if you wrote, "I used to work the street across from there!"
 
2013-09-30 05:19:13 PM

scotchcrotch: comhcinc: The racism is strong in this thread.

You're right, it could be a bunch of caucasians with their baubels and diamonds that got robbed.


Are you implying that palefaces like me ain't allowed to have expensive jewelry?
 
2013-09-30 05:19:43 PM

The_EliteOne: Good sized and tasting waffle, eggs were OK...I didn't like the grits, and I had never had grits before.


www.telsu.fi

"Sure I've heard of grits. I just never actually *seen* a grit before."
 
2013-09-30 05:21:48 PM

DogsInBathtub: Rev. Skarekroe: Tom_Slick: This happened at the Atlanta Buckhead Waffle House, the last stop after a night out at the clubs, this is not surprising nor is it your typical interstate exit Waffle House Clientele.

I used to work across the street from there!

Would have read better if you wrote, "I used to work the street across from there!"


That would be my dad. In drag. Mom was too prudish.
 
2013-09-30 05:24:20 PM

The_EliteOne: CSB:

Went to visit my sister who moved to Greenville, S.C. a few years ago. On the drive down from N.Y. I kept passing these "Waffle Houses" and I made a promise to visit one while I was down there. We went on a Sunday, just before church got out. Still, a lot of folks there. Good sized and tasting waffle, eggs were OK...I didn't like the grits, and I had never had grits before. To be fair, I had them at...a Waffle House. I'm sure there's a decent way to make grits, and I would give them another go sometime, but the home-made version.


/CSB


Nothing wrong with Waffle House food. It's basic diner chow. The secret to grits is to load them down with butter, salt and pepper. Nobody eats grits plain.
 
2013-09-30 05:28:52 PM

Black_Lazerus: Vincent Lamar "Cash Out" Robinson, is not a rapper. so i have to assume he has another less than legal profession.


101fundraising.org

Nah, it's legal, but it shouldn't be...
 
2013-09-30 05:30:11 PM

mbillips: Weird that the story named the victims, but didn't identify them. Ca$h Out is a rapper, although this appears to be a different guy than the Atlanta rapper of the same nickname. Usually if the victim isn't famous, they don't name them.


Is there an official rapper name registry, like with thoroughbred horses, the Screen Actors Guild, and clowns?
 
2013-09-30 05:36:44 PM

FrancoFile: mbillips: Weird that the story named the victims, but didn't identify them. Ca$h Out is a rapper, although this appears to be a different guy than the Atlanta rapper of the same nickname. Usually if the victim isn't famous, they don't name them.

Is there an official rapper name registry, like with thoroughbred horses, the Screen Actors Guild, and clowns?


No. Disputes about ownership of a given name are settled through rap battles.
 
2013-09-30 05:36:58 PM
As much as I would love to hang out all night at Waffle House drinking coffee and doing some physics, I don't.  Too much crime.  Even at the Waffle Houses in "nice" areas (e.g., Buckhead and Brookhaven), I don't feel especially safe.  This article just reinforces my position.

\Atlantan
 
2013-09-30 05:37:20 PM

FrancoFile: mbillips: Weird that the story named the victims, but didn't identify them. Ca$h Out is a rapper, although this appears to be a different guy than the Atlanta rapper of the same nickname. Usually if the victim isn't famous, they don't name them.

Is there an official rapper name registry, like with thoroughbred horses, the Screen Actors Guild, and clowns?


TheDavidTM and thedavid are mine and have been since 1994, as is what I'm using now which I had to because some Farker previously stole my rightful login.

Why would anybody want to be confused with me anyway?
 
2013-09-30 05:39:45 PM

Shryke: cgraves67: It's really not that hard to add up to $40k worth of jewelry. That's 80 people with $500 wedding bands.

Wafllehouses max out at 8 people. Tiny places.


You have never been in a small town after the bars close.
 
2013-09-30 05:40:06 PM

Saul T. Balzac: As much as I would love to hang out all night at Waffle House drinking coffee and doing some physics, I don't.  Too much crime.  Even at the Waffle Houses in "nice" areas (e.g., Buckhead and Brookhaven), I don't feel especially safe.  This article just reinforces my position.

\Atlantan


Nothing good ever happens after 2 a.m. out in the world. Time to be home.
 
2013-09-30 05:44:00 PM
I'm going to get berated here but so be it.  I kinda like waffle house, their hashbrowns are good and inexpensive.  As are their waffles pancakes and eggs.  It is half the price and just as good if not better than ihop.  After dark the clientele might leave a bit to be desired but they are entertaining.   Most of them in my area have a 45 person capacity according to the seating and fire marshal signs though really it wouldn't be comfortable but 25 to 30 on a busy Friday night/Saturday morning wouldn't be unheard of.   If I've got my phone which is about $350, a couple hundred in my wallet not that unusual if I'm doing a weekend out on the town, and wearing jewelry  (which I typically don't )  I would have a $700 watch a ring at about $250 and a ring at about $800.   I might have a $1500 jade and silver armband and in theory could have other jewelry but its mostly female oriened so don't wear it.
 
2013-09-30 05:53:07 PM

Snarfangel: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Cop-like math detected

Cop Math was one of those shows that ABC never gave a fighting chance.

/Oh, but singing cops, now there's a winner!
//If a bank robber heads east at seventy miles per hour, and a police officer heads east at 125 miles an hour and squashes a pedestrian, how long with the resulting wrongful death suit take?


Do you mean until its dismissed? Or until #chuckle# the cop #snort# is held liable? BWA HA HA...
 
2013-09-30 05:58:53 PM

Maxor: I'm going to get berated here but so be it.  I kinda like waffle house, their hashbrowns are good and inexpensive.  As are their waffles pancakes and eggs.  It is half the price and just as good if not better than ihop.  After dark the clientele might leave a bit to be desired but they are entertaining.   Most of them in my area have a 45 person capacity according to the seating and fire marshal signs though really it wouldn't be comfortable but 25 to 30 on a busy Friday night/Saturday morning wouldn't be unheard of.   If I've got my phone which is about $350, a couple hundred in my wallet not that unusual if I'm doing a weekend out on the town, and wearing jewelry  (which I typically don't )  I would have a $700 watch a ring at about $250 and a ring at about $800.   I might have a $1500 jade and silver armband and in theory could have other jewelry but its mostly female oriened so don't wear it.


Why would you be berated? Are there people who DON'T like Waffle House? What's wrong with them?
 
2013-09-30 06:06:33 PM
Shryke:
I am going to go out on a limb here and suggest, just SUGGEST, that the victims in question do not carry a jewelry rider on their homeowner's policy.


My thoughts exactly.  Good luck getting a $20,000 check from the insurance company if you don't have a rider for that item.
 
2013-09-30 06:11:40 PM

mbillips: Saul T. Balzac: As much as I would love to hang out all night at Waffle House drinking coffee and doing some physics, I don't.  Too much crime.  Even at the Waffle Houses in "nice" areas (e.g., Buckhead and Brookhaven), I don't feel especially safe.  This article just reinforces my position.

\Atlantan

Nothing good ever happens after 2 a.m. out in the world. Time to be home.



Yeah, but sometimes you wanna have a bottomless cup of coffee and zero internet access to distract you.  Plus, I'm naturally a night owl.  I go stir-crazy at night.  I want to be out at night.
 
2013-09-30 06:15:14 PM

Saul T. Balzac: Shryke:
I am going to go out on a limb here and suggest, just SUGGEST, that the victims in question do not carry a jewelry rider on their homeowner's policy.


My thoughts exactly.  Good luck getting a $20,000 check from the insurance company if you don't have a rider for that item.


I need to check and see if I need a rider on my violin. It's not a Stradivarius, but it's no student instrument, either. Yikes.
 
2013-09-30 06:24:30 PM
I'd suggest this is why we should have an Atlanta tag, but after reading the headline it would be redundant.
 
2013-09-30 06:50:47 PM
If that includes gold teeth, then I'd absolutely believe the number.

Otherwise...which one of the patrons just stole $40k in jewelry before having a meal at Waffle House?
 
2013-09-30 07:46:07 PM
Anybody else note there is no description of the robbers?
 
2013-09-30 08:00:09 PM
This just in, after a robbery people often exaggerate the value of their property in hopes that they'll receive a higher payment from insurance companies.
 
2013-09-30 08:09:47 PM

mbillips: The_EliteOne: CSB:

Went to visit my sister who moved to Greenville, S.C. a few years ago. On the drive down from N.Y. I kept passing these "Waffle Houses" and I made a promise to visit one while I was down there. We went on a Sunday, just before church got out. Still, a lot of folks there. Good sized and tasting waffle, eggs were OK...I didn't like the grits, and I had never had grits before. To be fair, I had them at...a Waffle House. I'm sure there's a decent way to make grits, and I would give them another go sometime, but the home-made version.


/CSB

Nothing wrong with Waffle House food. It's basic diner chow. The secret to grits is to load them down with butter, salt and pepper. Nobody eats grits plain.


And bacon.. and cheese.. :D   nurm..   Yeah, but WaHo grits aren't the best to begin with...
 
2013-09-30 08:14:22 PM

mbillips: The secret to grits is to load them down with butter, salt and pepper. Nobody eats grits plain.


[raises hand]  I do.  Of course, when I was a kid I preferred stuff like Cheerios, Grape Nuts, etc., so I'm definitely an outlier when it comes to any cereal-related statistical analysis.

I'm also a big Waffle House fan -  the hash browns in particular are worth the visit for me.  I find it really entertaining watching the cook having orders thrown at him from all sides and just handling it.  Having managed a busy pool hall with a very busy kitchen, I've really come to appreciate a good short-order cook that can keep his shiat together.
 
2013-09-30 08:17:37 PM

BizarreMan: Anybody else note there is no description of the robbers?


They were hatless. And driving a car of some sort.
 
2013-09-30 08:38:20 PM
This wouldn't have happened if Nate Dogg was still around.
 
2013-09-30 08:45:25 PM
As long as they didn't take my waffle, I'd let them go.
 
2013-09-30 09:00:32 PM

Relatively Obscure: ...a diamond-covered Rolex watch valued at $20,000 from Vincent Lamar "Cash Out" Robinson

I tried really hard to have sympathy, and then this happened.


Yeah, my guess was more along the lines of "several couples with an engagement ring each" since those typically retail for a couple thousand.

But yeah, diamond-covered Rolex sort of minimizes my sympathy there.
 
2013-09-30 09:06:34 PM

Phil Moskowitz: Brick-House: Rule of thumb is to always add a few zeros to police reports and insurance claims when reporting the value of stolen property.

So you just get to declare the value of you stolen items do you? Yahtzee! I own this 100k genuine Trolex, here's my napkin receipt.


Always carry your Christmas list with you in case there is a robbery and you need to fill out a list of what was stolen from you. (I bet there is a name for that form, but sweet Mother Benadryl is hiding its name from my brain)
 
2013-09-30 09:08:59 PM
The WH in question is the one closest to where I live, but I go to the one at Lindberg when I want some hash browns. It's a bit more upscale.
 
2013-09-30 09:13:41 PM
Aw shoot, I've seen the help lose $30k - without the customers
 
2013-09-30 09:38:35 PM

Jocktopus: Metro Atlanta Waffle House?  $40,000 worth of jewelry, but the people were only worth about five bucks each.


But this isn't hate speech? Geesh.
 
2013-09-30 09:54:38 PM

JohnnyRebel88: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Cop-like math detected

Insurance fraud detected


Or casualty, theft loss tax fraud.
 
2013-09-30 10:00:52 PM
Now imagine it was a Denny's.
 
2013-09-30 10:07:31 PM

cgraves67: It's really not that hard to add up to $40k worth of jewelry. That's 80 people with $500 wedding bands.


Flaws in your logic:
1. You cannot seat 80 people in the "single-wide" concept of embraced by the Waffle House restaurant architect, Joe Frank Lloyd Wright.

2. You will not find 80 married people mych less 80 wedding rings in a Waffle House.

3. You might find 80 golden teeth.

4. You will not find $40,000 worth of jewelry, but easily that cost in tattoos on the employees.
 
2013-09-30 10:10:58 PM
They weren't carrying around a bank deposit box?
 
2013-10-01 12:37:41 AM

metallion: Shryke: cgraves67: It's really not that hard to add up to $40k worth of jewelry. That's 80 people with $500 wedding bands.

Wafllehouses max out at 8 people. Tiny places.

They should actually call them Waffle hut's...  Not a house worth of square footage.


i1.ytimg.com
 
2013-10-01 11:06:20 AM

Benevolent Misanthrope: It's common in underdeveloped societies to display wealth in the form of personal adornment.


scm-l3.technorati.com
Agreed.
 
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