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(Sun Sentinel)   Man burglarizes home, forgets his ID at the scene. Then he goes home, arranges his loot on a table, and posts pictures to Facebook, making it even easier for police to arrest him   (sun-sentinel.com) divider line 35
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2014-03-19 12:21:24 PM  
If you are going out to commit a crime, why do you need your ID?
 
2014-03-19 01:15:44 PM  
..burglarizes "home", subby?
 
2014-03-19 01:16:51 PM  
Let's see CSI make an hour out of this one!
 
2014-03-19 01:17:38 PM  
"Burglarize"? I think you may mean "burgle."

"Burglarize" sounds like the act of transforming something into a burglar. In this case, a home.
 
2014-03-19 01:17:41 PM  
Most sophisticated well-planned frame job ever, or the most ridiculous bungling burglar? Not much in between here.

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2014-03-19 01:21:47 PM  

Cerebral Ballsy: ..burglarizes "home", subby?


Subby is obviously from 'Tha Duh' too....
 
2014-03-19 01:22:24 PM  
Dumber than advertised!
 
2014-03-19 01:28:33 PM  

menschenfresser: "Burglarize"? I think you may mean "burgle."

"Burglarize" sounds like the act of transforming something into a burglar. In this case, a home.


http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/bur gl arize

It's a perfectly cromulent word.
 
2014-03-19 01:32:52 PM  
www.amtraq.com

Could have been worse, he could have left his driver's license in the hands of a dead guy while ripping off drugs from the mob. Then he would have been paid a little visit by that eggplant Antichrist.
 
2014-03-19 01:33:49 PM  
FTA: "I don't think they get any dumber than this," he said. "I think this guy was born with no brain at all."

So the guy makes a few mistakes, that's no reason the degrade and humiliate the poor fellow. I'm sure he feels bad enough on his own for being so stupid.
 
2014-03-19 01:34:43 PM  
I loved the judge's patronizing tone.

"Look at all of this evidence.  You're completely farked.  I know it.  You're too dumb to know it, but trust me, you're farked."
 
2014-03-19 01:36:43 PM  
How is society able to stand against the wiles of such awesome intelligence?
 
2014-03-19 01:42:10 PM  
THIS is why we need the death penalty....kill this piece of shiat and the numerous offspring he has no doubt spawned.  It will raise the collective IQ of the area, hell the country, at least a couple of points.
 
2014-03-19 01:43:55 PM  

cig-mkr: FTA: "I don't think they get any dumber than this," he said. "I think this guy was born with no brain at all."

So the guy makes a few mistakes, that's no reason the degrade and humiliate the poor fellow. I'm sure he feels bad enough on his own for being so stupid.


Is he smart enough to feel bad about being stupid?

FTA: "His probation officer had suggested he obtain identification, according to the arrest report."
Well done, probation officer!
 
2014-03-19 01:48:25 PM  
They stole files, license plates, 44 car keys and four cars - a BMW, Cadillac, Infiniti and Dodge worth an estimated $43,984, police said.


soooo... a 'used' car lot... wonder what the dodge was.... stratus?  mini-van?
 
2014-03-19 01:52:42 PM  

CruiserTwelve: menschenfresser: "Burglarize"? I think you may mean "burgle."

"Burglarize" sounds like the act of transforming something into a burglar. In this case, a home.

http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/bur gl arize

It's a perfectly cromulent word.


Ya, I know. I just wanted to be a jerk about it because I personally dislike the word. It just sounds awkward to me.
 
2014-03-19 01:58:06 PM  

ManateeGag: If you are going out to commit a crime, why do you need your ID?


His probation officer thought it would be a good idea to have one... and he was right
 
2014-03-19 02:00:33 PM  

WelldeadLink: cig-mkr: FTA: "I don't think they get any dumber than this," he said. "I think this guy was born with no brain at all."

So the guy makes a few mistakes, that's no reason the degrade and humiliate the poor fellow. I'm sure he feels bad enough on his own for being so stupid.

Is he smart enough to feel bad about being stupid?

FTA: "His probation officer had suggested he obtain identification, according to the arrest report."
Well done, probation officer!


That's equates to the old North Carolina defense of: I was too drunk to know I was drunk your honor, I never would have driven if I knew I was drunk.
Yes, it actually was a defense and it worked ! Since been rescinded.
 
2014-03-19 02:13:55 PM  
keeping the stereotype alive....
 
2014-03-19 02:19:13 PM  
Two things about this I don't understand:

1.  At what point, at any time, is it necessary to take out your ID while committing a burglury?  And if you really NEED to, how and why would you forget to put it back in your pocket - or even let it leave your hand?
This is really baffling, because it seems to happen frequently.

2.  You just got away with the crime.  No one knows you did it.  What the hell makes you think it's a good idea to post pictures of the loot?

This also happens frequently.  I can only assume that this person REALLY wanted to get busted.  And since they didn't, they had to follow up, and make SURE they got busted.
 
2014-03-19 02:19:54 PM  

cig-mkr: WelldeadLink: cig-mkr: FTA: "I don't think they get any dumber than this," he said. "I think this guy was born with no brain at all."

So the guy makes a few mistakes, that's no reason the degrade and humiliate the poor fellow. I'm sure he feels bad enough on his own for being so stupid.

Is he smart enough to feel bad about being stupid?

FTA: "His probation officer had suggested he obtain identification, according to the arrest report."
Well done, probation officer!

That's equates to the old North Carolina defense of: I was too drunk to know I was drunk your honor, I never would have driven if I knew I was drunk.
Yes, it actually was a defense and it worked ! Since been rescinded.


I was in drivers school (aka ticket appeasement school) and some burnout dickwad in the class was adamant that he had a solid defense for going 93 in a school zone.  He told us the judge advised him not to argue his case but he did anyhow.  Judge said "OK, fine, what is your excuse?"  Burnout says "I was going too fast to see the speed limit sign."  His fine instantly went from $500 to almost $1000
 
2014-03-19 02:21:02 PM  

cig-mkr: WelldeadLink: cig-mkr: FTA: "I don't think they get any dumber than this," he said. "I think this guy was born with no brain at all."

So the guy makes a few mistakes, that's no reason the degrade and humiliate the poor fellow. I'm sure he feels bad enough on his own for being so stupid.

Is he smart enough to feel bad about being stupid?

FTA: "His probation officer had suggested he obtain identification, according to the arrest report."
Well done, probation officer!

That's equates to the old North Carolina defense of: I was too drunk to know I was drunk your honor, I never would have driven if I knew I was drunk.
Yes, it actually was a defense and it worked ! Since been rescinded.


That is the exact defense that the Kennedy family person just recently used.  And it worked.
"I took Ambein by mistake.  If I had known I was so messed up, I wouldn't have been driving."

One of the dumbest outcomes in history.
 
2014-03-19 02:31:23 PM  

durbnpoisn: That is the exact defense that the Kennedy family person just recently used.  And it worked.
"I took Ambein by mistake.  If I had known I was so messed up, I wouldn't have been driving."


A Kennedy should know that they're messed up, by default.
 
2014-03-19 02:33:51 PM  

Sofa King Smart: They stole files, license plates, 44 car keys and four cars - a BMW, Cadillac, Infiniti and Dodge worth an estimated $43,984, police said.


soooo... a 'used' car lot... wonder what the dodge was.... stratus?  mini-van?


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2014-03-19 02:38:58 PM  
He gonna find out what happens when one misbehaves on the Plantation!
 
2014-03-19 02:46:12 PM  
God, cops have the easiest job in the world.
 
2014-03-19 02:46:26 PM  
I want to see these masterpiece photos.
 
2014-03-19 02:53:27 PM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-03-19 02:59:58 PM  
FTA: "They stole files, license plates, 44 car keys and four cars - a BMW, Cadillac, Infiniti and Dodge worth an estimated $43,984, police said"

3 luxury cars and a Dodge for under $50k? Looks like the auto market got hit harder by the recession than we thought.
 
2014-03-19 04:29:48 PM  

durbnpoisn: Two things about this I don't understand:

1.  At what point, at any time, is it necessary to take out your ID while committing a burglury?  And if you really NEED to, how and why would you forget to put it back in your pocket - or even let it leave your hand?
This is really baffling, because it seems to happen frequently.

2.  You just got away with the crime.  No one knows you did it.  What the hell makes you think it's a good idea to post pictures of the loot?

This also happens frequently.  I can only assume that this person REALLY wanted to get busted.  And since they didn't, they had to follow up, and make SURE they got busted.


If you read the article, it says he pulled out his phone to use it as a flashlight and his ID fell out of the same pocket. Guess he should get a wallet.
 
2014-03-19 04:32:13 PM  

TrainedWalrus: FTA: "They stole files, license plates, 44 car keys and four cars - a BMW, Cadillac, Infiniti and Dodge worth an estimated $43,984, police said"

3 luxury cars and a Dodge for under $50k? Looks like the auto market got hit harder by the recession than we thought.


Doesn't say what year they are. High end luxury cars depreciate quickly. The rich folks want new cars, the less well off can't afford to maintain them. Works out really well for those of us who enjoy working on our own cars and know how to use the internet to order parts.
 
2014-03-19 04:52:49 PM  
Y'know, I really want to believe that this was a dumber than dirt redneck white boy, but... *checks article* ~Sigh. You guys do realize that the white man stopped being your worst enemy many years ago, right? Most of us are embarrassed for you at this point. Yeah, we have some scumbags and idiots, I get that. Just not with the... Density that has come to be the norm over the last 30 years. There's a reason we can accurately guess the culture involved with these stories before we see them. And whitey can't change that for you, it's something you have to change yourselves. And no amount of government handouts are going to do that for you.

Want to know something interesting? Most people of my generation are race-blind. We don't see a White guy, or a Black guy, or a Red guy, or a Yellow guy. We just see people. And we wonder why some groups of people seem to act so injurious to their community. We don't understand why some people can hate each other just because of skin color. The concept is already becoming foreign in the US of A, especially among the younger generations. What has replaced Racism in these generations is, if you will, "Culturism". We deride people who belong to Cultures that are perceived to be detrimental to society. This has happened without you even noticing.

I have to ask: Is this a bad thing? Is it a bad thing to deride "Gangsta" culture as ignorant and detrimental (and often criminal), or "Redneck" culture as Pants-on-head retarded and dangerous to others? Or is it wrong to point out the constant flow of humans and drugs over the southern border as being a symptom of a corrupt Latino culture?  These are just a few examples of "Culturism", but many more exist. So, I challenge you all: take a good long look at your life, and consider how what you do affects those around you. Just because you were raised in a toxic culture doesn't mean you have to stay a part of it.
 
2014-03-19 05:32:00 PM  
Go a-burgling without a flashlight, drop your ID, take pictures of yourself & stolen items in the same clothes you a-burgled in, and post them on the internet?

Either class A stupid (double digit IQ) or he wants to be back in jail. Lets hope they keep him locked up for a long time and the moment he gets released, he walks up to a cop and punches him. People like this are purely detrimental and shouldn't be allowed to mix with the rest of us scum bags.
 
2014-03-19 05:32:51 PM  

James10952001: If you read the article, it says he pulled out his phone to use it as a flashlight and his ID fell out of the same pocket. Guess he should get a wallet.


or...

ecx.images-amazon.com
 
2014-03-19 06:03:02 PM  

Sofa King Smart: James10952001: If you read the article, it says he pulled out his phone to use it as a flashlight and his ID fell out of the same pocket. Guess he should get a wallet.

or...

[ecx.images-amazon.com image 300x200]


He was going to get some of those at the next place he burgled....
 
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