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2014-03-28 02:58:41 PM  
5 votes:
He needs to get himself a teenage caveman lawyer.

"I'm just an ignorant teenage caveman lawyer. I don't know anything about your high finance ways of deposits and withdrawals. All I know is the magic ATM box kept giving me more and more of the green paper."

3.bp.blogspot.com
2014-03-28 02:45:26 PM  
5 votes:
Hey, I mean, the bank would be understanding if one of their customers made an honest mistake, so let's not dump on them too much
2014-03-28 03:17:50 PM  
3 votes:

Russ1642: Only an idiot thinks that the Monopoly rule applies: "Bank error in your favour, collect $ 30,000." If it's not your money you should know better than to spend it.


Banks are mean though!
It's the same with women. They are always being biatches to us. Yet when one of them passes out, and I fill her with my cum, all of a sudden I'M a criminal. That's not the way it should be. They have a lot of power over us, and with great power comes great responsibility. Plus it took her like 3 months to even find out what happened! She should've had to eat that cost. Unfortunately I now not only have to deal with the legal repercussions of rape but the financial burden of child support. Life is not fair. God I hate women, banks, jocks...
2014-03-28 03:14:50 PM  
3 votes:
Remind me to never accidently drop my wallet around any of you dumb assholes.
2014-03-28 03:00:35 PM  
3 votes:
We had a bank error (not in our favor) which cleaned out our checking account for about 30 hours, and during every conversation I had with them while getting it fixed I asked "will you be paying me a $32 handling fee? Because that's what you would have charged me if I had accidentally overdrawn. No? How about a wine and cheese gift basket?"
Needless to say we didn't get a penny out of them, but it was fun pestering them.
2014-03-28 02:54:20 PM  
3 votes:
Surprised to hear someone in Georgia had $31,000.00
2014-03-28 02:44:45 PM  
3 votes:
FTA: A stack of hundred dollar bills are seen in this stock photo.

Thanks guys.
2014-03-28 02:43:41 PM  
3 votes:
It's a bank. They knew what they were getting into.

I say, Fark them. Let him keep it.
2014-03-28 03:24:10 PM  
2 votes:

August11: My mother once received about 20k from the IRS for her refund. She was expecting about five hundred dollars and change. So she called them up to tell them they had made a mistake. The nice lady on the phone looked at her information and said that the refund was correct. So my mom called another office, then spoke with someone higher up, and so on. They all told her that their records were correct and the money was hers to do as she liked. So she wrote a letter explaining the situation and that her refund was for an incorrect amount. She received a reply to the letter explaining that they could find no errors in her return and that the money was her correct refund. She deposited it into a second savings account and just left it there.

About three months later she received a letter from the IRS informing her that if she did not return the money immediately she would experience such an IRS shiat storm that she would be lucky to keep her house.

/csb


I think the IRS must go out of their way to find the stupidest people on the face of the planet to process tax filings.  A couple weeks ago, I got a voicemail from an IRS agent asking me for information so they could close a deceased relative's final filing.  When I called back, they said I wasn't authorized to get any information because I wasn't the trustee, executor, and didn't have power of attorney.  No matter now many times I explained that I was calling to  give information at their request, the idiot wouldn't budge.  Asking me what they wanted to know would give me information and they can't do that.  "They why did you call me?!?"  "I can't tell you that."  "Should I tell the trustee or accountant to call you?"  "I can't tell you that."  "Can I talk to the agent who called me?"  "No."  A friend joked that they just called to tell me they can't talk to me.
2014-03-28 03:23:45 PM  
2 votes:

Boo_Guy: FTFA: "The Madison County Sheriff Office police were dispatched to First Citizens Bank in Hull, Ga., on March 18 concerning "

How is this fraud?  He didn't walk into the bank and pretend he was someone else or use other false pretenses to get the money.  One of their own moran tellers put the money into his account.

I could see theft,  but only if that inheritance story of his is false.


Shouldn't the bank teller who put the money in the wrong account be the one accused of fraud? He or she illegally accessed the kid's bank account and made a transaction.

I think the teller should be responsible to come up with the money. Let him or her beg the kid for the money back.
2014-03-28 03:22:43 PM  
2 votes:

divx88: Remind me to never accidently drop my wallet around any of you dumb assholes.


That's no way to talk about DROx.  He, even I,  would have returned your wallet.

Now, I prolly would have a found a woman to spray her perfume on it and maybe hidden a fake love letter in it first, but you'd have received it back.
2014-03-28 03:13:50 PM  
2 votes:
It's hard to say who's right or wrong here, so we should cut the kid in half and give one part to the bank and the other to the guy who's money he spent.
2014-03-28 03:09:07 PM  
2 votes:

August11: My mother once received about 20k from the IRS for her refund. She was expecting about five hundred dollars and change. So she called them up to tell them they had made a mistake. The nice lady on the phone looked at her information and said that the refund was correct. So my mom called another office, then spoke with someone higher up, and so on. They all told her that their records were correct and the money was hers to do as she liked. So she wrote a letter explaining the situation and that her refund was for an incorrect amount. She received a reply to the letter explaining that they could find no errors in her return and that the money was her correct refund. She deposited it into a second savings account and just left it there.

About three months later she received a letter from the IRS informing her that if she did not return the money immediately she would experience such an IRS shiat storm that she would be lucky to keep her house.

/csb


Thug life.
2014-03-28 03:05:33 PM  
2 votes:
3guys1movie.com
2014-03-28 03:04:54 PM  
2 votes:

numbone: Surprised to hear someone in Georgia had $31,000.00


Has a thought about that.....

media.patriotpost.us
2014-03-28 02:58:55 PM  
2 votes:
I withdrew money from an ATM once and it said i had over 450k in the bank.  I go online and look at my account, and it says the same thing, even tho I can't find an enormous deposit anywhere.  The next day I look, and its back to normal.

Great story, i know.
2014-03-28 02:40:18 PM  
2 votes:
Bank Error in Your Favor-collect $25,000

Good for him. He's underage so no prison time
2014-03-28 10:38:48 PM  
1 vote:
Meh, I've been working for 25 years and have no doubt i'll be working for 25 more.  If I see money available in my bank account I think I should have the right to use it (unless notified prior that a mistake was made, please don't use that money).  If it's gone, it's gone baby.

/Won't someone please think about the poor banks?
2014-03-28 06:48:37 PM  
1 vote:

ReverendJynxed: Just don't waive your right to a jury trial dude, and you're golden.


Just hope he isn't your judge.

theinfosphere.org
"The charge is bank robbery. Now, my caddie's chauffeur informs me that a bank is a place where people put money that isn't properly invested. Therefore, robbing a bank is tantamount to that most heinous of crimes, theft of money "
2014-03-28 04:09:46 PM  
1 vote:
I need to know the race, religion, and political party affiliation of the depositor, the teller, and the kid before I can render any judgement of who, if anyone, is in the wrong here.
2014-03-28 04:09:22 PM  
1 vote:
i.imgur.com
2014-03-28 03:40:45 PM  
1 vote:

R.A.Danny: Bullseyed: R.A.Danny: Bullseyed: Russ1642: Bullseyed: I'm not some "fark the banks" nutjob but I do think that when banks make mistakes they should have to honor them just like every other company does.

Other companies do not have to honour mistakes. If they advertise a new car for $3200 instead of $32,000 they don't have to 'honour it'. It's a mistake. We're allowed to fix mistakes.

Based on your misspelling of honor, I'm guessing you're not from the USA. Your laws may vary.

Doesn't matter what language you use, there's simple English in the small print of every ad stating they are not responsible for typos or other mistakes.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_advertising

False advertizing and typos are entirely different things.


No such thing as a typo when you pay editors to review stuff.
2014-03-28 03:39:29 PM  
1 vote:
I am loling at the people trying to use reason against the "I HATZE TA BANKZ!111!!!!!111!!!!!!" posters.

Like common sense and logic will help you there.

lol
2014-03-28 03:38:34 PM  
1 vote:

Boo_Guy: Russ1642: Bullseyed: I'm not some "fark the banks" nutjob but I do think that when banks make mistakes they should have to honor them just like every other company does.

Other companies do not have to honour mistakes. If they advertise a new car for $3200 instead of $32,000 they don't have to 'honour it'. It's a mistake. We're allowed to fix mistakes.

There are places though where an advertised price does have to be honored.


The morans in this thread think Best Buy can print black friday ads offering computers for $10 then be like oh, sorry, that was a mistake, jk lolz.
2014-03-28 03:37:47 PM  
1 vote:

DROxINxTHExWIND: BeesNuts: DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?

If I give my car keys to a bank, and we both sign a contract about how they will give me my keys and not give my keys to anyone else, and then they violate that contract and give my keys to somebody else... I have a confused sense of what "the right thing to do" here is, but I definitely know the kid lied about it being from an inheritance.  And the bank farked up.

If my car were destroyed by the false owner, I'd expect the bank, with whom I'd signed a contract, to reimburse me for the loss.  I wouldn't expect that reimbursement to come from the false owner though.  This almost looks like the bank is setting up the suit so they can deny wrongdoing to the person whose money they lost.


When you open an account the bank doesn give you a contract that says, "We will not give your money to anyone else" because then, they would be lying to you. "Your" money is in a large pool that the bank uses to aquire assets and that they reinvest to get MORE money.It's not sitting in a shoebox a Bank of America with BeesNuts written on it.


/Your analogy fails


I read your post in Jimmy Stewart's voice.
2014-03-28 03:36:45 PM  
1 vote:

R.A.Danny: Bullseyed: Russ1642: Bullseyed: I'm not some "fark the banks" nutjob but I do think that when banks make mistakes they should have to honor them just like every other company does.

Other companies do not have to honour mistakes. If they advertise a new car for $3200 instead of $32,000 they don't have to 'honour it'. It's a mistake. We're allowed to fix mistakes.

Based on your misspelling of honor, I'm guessing you're not from the USA. Your laws may vary.

Doesn't matter what language you use, there's simple English in the small print of every ad stating they are not responsible for typos or other mistakes.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/False_advertising
2014-03-28 03:35:10 PM  
1 vote:

silverjets: LemSkroob: DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?

There is a difference between finding car keys laying on the ground, and someone walking up to you in the street, shoving the keys in your pocket, and then walking away.

If we're using a car analogy, let's get it right.  What happened is the equivalent of you handing your car keys to a valet and the valet mistakenly giving your car keys to someone else believing that person to be you.   When your car is recovered by police, what is left is only worth $6000 (either the person crashed it or they started selling it for parts...either way your car is no longer worth $31000).

So, should the hotel/restaurant employing the valet eat the cost of your car?   Or should the person that drove off in your car knowing it wasn't theirs?


In real life, the insurance paid for my the hotel/restaurant employing the valet is responsible to replace the car.

/works the same for the detail shop my brother owns
//valet insurance is a thing
2014-03-28 03:33:27 PM  
1 vote:

DROxINxTHExWIND: Bullseyed: DROxINxTHExWIND: LemSkroob: DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?

There is a difference between finding car keys laying on the ground, and someone walking up to you in the street, shoving the keys in your pocket, and then walking away.


Settle down with the adjectives. Someone in a bank pressed the wrong button. You dropped your keys fishing in your pockets for something else. Both are mistakes. Don't allow your hatred for banks and bankers compromise your sense of right and wrong. I get it. We all want to stick it to the bankers becausse they did it to us. If you have no problem using them being evil as a justification to steal moenty that doesn't belong to you then cool, just say it. but, lets not act like its not theft.

Yet when a doctor accidentally leaves a scalpel inside someone's stomach, it is magically their fault and not a mistake?

Jesus, you all are all over the place. Now we're into medical malpractice, huh? I don't even know what point you're trying to refute.


We will try to use smaller words and type more slowly so you can keep up. If someone makes a mistake, it is their fault. Not anyone who was rewarded or harmed by their stupidity.
2014-03-28 03:30:12 PM  
1 vote:

Russ1642: Bullseyed: I'm not some "fark the banks" nutjob but I do think that when banks make mistakes they should have to honor them just like every other company does.

Other companies do not have to honour mistakes. If they advertise a new car for $3200 instead of $32,000 they don't have to 'honour it'. It's a mistake. We're allowed to fix mistakes.


If they agree it's 3200, you give them 3200 and they give you the car, and you both sign on the dotted line, are they allowed to then just harass you over the $26,800 until you pay?  Their mistake, but they're allowed to fix it, right?
2014-03-28 03:29:25 PM  
1 vote:

Russ1642: Bullseyed: I'm not some "fark the banks" nutjob but I do think that when banks make mistakes they should have to honor them just like every other company does.

Other companies do not have to honour mistakes. If they advertise a new car for $3200 instead of $32,000 they don't have to 'honour it'. It's a mistake. We're allowed to fix mistakes.


Based on your misspelling of honor, I'm guessing you're not from the USA. Your laws may vary.
2014-03-28 03:28:00 PM  
1 vote:

DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?


If I give my car keys to a bank, and we both sign a contract about how they will give me my keys and not give my keys to anyone else, and then they violate that contract and give my keys to somebody else... I have a confused sense of what "the right thing to do" here is, but I definitely know the kid lied about it being from an inheritance.  And the bank farked up.

If my car were destroyed by the false owner, I'd expect the bank, with whom I'd signed a contract, to reimburse me for the loss.  I wouldn't expect that reimbursement to come from the false owner though.  This almost looks like the bank is setting up the suit so they can deny wrongdoing to the person whose money they lost.
2014-03-28 03:25:38 PM  
1 vote:

d23: DROxINxTHExWIND: IF ITS NOT YOUR PROPERTY DO NOT TAKE IT.

That's shiat that you learn in kindergarten. Are you ok with robbing rich people "because they've got it"? What about if you become rich one day? Will it be ok to steal from you then?

Funny that this argument never came out during the robo-signing scandal.



Huh? So everyone was ok with the banks stealing now? Of course they weren't. What's more concerning is that we vilified the bankers as amoral devils because they stole without remorse and here we have a thread full of people who would gleefully do the same. You think the bankers didn't have justifications for stealing OUR money? Pffft. Most of you aren't any better than they are.
2014-03-28 03:21:21 PM  
1 vote:

vudukungfu: Aaaaaaaaaaand it's gone.


+1


/Please step aside for people who actually have money with the bank. Next please.
2014-03-28 03:20:58 PM  
1 vote:

manbart: From the Article:

The bank told police they would give Fields a deadline of March 19, 5 p.m. to return all the money or they want him prosecuted. On Thursday, the Madison County Sheriff's Office said charges had not yet been filed related to this case.

While he obviously has no legal claim to the money, I wonder what specific crime the bank would prosecute him with?

It seems more like a civil matter than criminal to me.


What civil matter? It was unsolicited philanthropy. Is that illegal?
d23 [BareFark]
2014-03-28 03:20:53 PM  
1 vote:

DROxINxTHExWIND: IF ITS NOT YOUR PROPERTY DO NOT TAKE IT.

That's shiat that you learn in kindergarten. Are you ok with robbing rich people "because they've got it"? What about if you become rich one day? Will it be ok to steal from you then?


Funny that this argument never came out during the robo-signing scandal.
2014-03-28 03:20:38 PM  
1 vote:

you are a puppet: Can you guys not be retarded. A valet brought me the keys to the wrong car once. A nice Mercedes, much nicer than my Sonata. If I took the keys and drove off then what? The valet should pay for it?


Ha ha. My grandfather buffaloed his way out of a Christmas party at his country club and just jumped in the next car in the valet line, drove home, parked it in the garage and went to bed. Since it was Palm Beach and he was white it all worked out fine.
2014-03-28 03:19:15 PM  
1 vote:

vudukungfu: Aaaaaaaaaaand it's gone.


img.fark.net
2014-03-28 03:17:33 PM  
1 vote:
31 grand

I'd have a sweet mountain bike
2014-03-28 03:15:51 PM  
1 vote:

Imperialism: Imperialism: Wanted for questioning:

Grrr...
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I remember this movie because a babysitter took me and my brother to see it, after being given explicit instructions that we were to stay home and do homework and could watch the Simpsons if we get everything done. We were thrilled that we got to get popcorn and candy and everything, and the babysitter wasn't thrilled when my mom refused to pay her back for the concessions and tickets.

I frequently get plot points in that movie confused with plot points from the MaCaulay? Culkin "Richie Rich". I vaguely recall that even as a kid, I was thinking "he'd need way more than a million dollars to do all this stuff."
2014-03-28 03:14:44 PM  
1 vote:
If they let him keep it, he has to pay taxes on it. That should be a nice surprise next January.

Or they could just take the money from his account, overdraw him, close him and report him to chexsystems and send him to collections which will be great for his future credit.
2014-03-28 03:13:08 PM  
1 vote:

MelGoesOnTour: DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?

Good point. I'm kind of on the fence with this, though. I was once in a situation where my bank accidentally took money out of my account. They put it back but it took almost a week. I will admit that they didn't let anything bounce but, still, it was a major hassle for me. In this kids case, I say the bank should eat it because it took so long to be discovered (plus it was an actual bank error). They can make up the money from the fee;s they charge for everything.


Yeah, like if you pass out on my lawn, I get to buttsex u until you escape from my basement. Because reasons.
2014-03-28 03:12:50 PM  
1 vote:

DROxINxTHExWIND: LemSkroob: DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?

There is a difference between finding car keys laying on the ground, and someone walking up to you in the street, shoving the keys in your pocket, and then walking away.


Settle down with the adjectives. Someone in a bank pressed the wrong button. You dropped your keys fishing in your pockets for something else. Both are mistakes. Don't allow your hatred for banks and bankers compromise your sense of right and wrong. I get it. We all want to stick it to the bankers becausse they did it to us. If you have no problem using them being evil as a justification to steal moenty that doesn't belong to you then cool, just say it. but, lets not act like its not theft.



Someone just got just got a moral straight arm to the face...the face.

/face
2014-03-28 03:10:10 PM  
1 vote:

you are a puppet: doubled99: Bank Error in Your Favor-collect $25,000

Good for him. He's underage so no prison time

18 isn't underage unless you're drinking.


That's what SHE said!!!
2014-03-28 03:09:27 PM  
1 vote:

netcentric: MelGoesOnTour: DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?

Good point. I'm kind of on the fence with this, though. I was once in a situation where my bank accidentally took money out of my account. They put it back but it took almost a week. I will admit that they didn't let anything bounce but, still, it was a major hassle for me. In this kids case, I say the bank should eat it because it took so long to be discovered (plus it was an actual bank error). They can make up the money from the fee;s they charge for everything.

I like your thought process.

If you are at my house and you lay your cell phone down. Or your purse or IPad whatever ...   I can take it and keep it.     You put it in my posession, thus it is mine.

Or you leave your coat in my restaraunt.   When you come back for it,  I keep it.   It is mine.
You park your car on my property inadvertantly, while taking your daughter to look at some ducks by the stream.     I take it and keep it.   You put it in my possession.   It is mine.

Awesome system.


Sounds good to me,  abandonment of property on my property makes the abandoned property mine as well.
2014-03-28 03:09:17 PM  
1 vote:
ITT: People that think it's just fine to spend other people's money erroneously handed to some 18 year old kid.
2014-03-28 03:08:29 PM  
1 vote:

jfivealive: I withdrew money from an ATM once and it said i had over 450k in the bank.  I go online and look at my account, and it says the same thing, even tho I can't find an enormous deposit anywhere.  The next day I look, and its back to normal.

Great story, i know.


My account showed a charge to one of the dating services, or match makers, for $73.  It was followed by a credit for the same amount.
My only problem was convincing my wife that I had nothing to do with it.
2014-03-28 03:06:41 PM  
1 vote:
My mother once received about 20k from the IRS for her refund. She was expecting about five hundred dollars and change. So she called them up to tell them they had made a mistake. The nice lady on the phone looked at her information and said that the refund was correct. So my mom called another office, then spoke with someone higher up, and so on. They all told her that their records were correct and the money was hers to do as she liked. So she wrote a letter explaining the situation and that her refund was for an incorrect amount. She received a reply to the letter explaining that they could find no errors in her return and that the money was her correct refund. She deposited it into a second savings account and just left it there.

About three months later she received a letter from the IRS informing her that if she did not return the money immediately she would experience such an IRS shiat storm that she would be lucky to keep her house.

/csb
2014-03-28 03:03:09 PM  
1 vote:
Does anyone remember the story awhile ago about another guy this happened too, but a lot more money.  The guy transfered the money to a high interest account, and then sat on it until they asked for it back, then transferred the principle back and kept the profit.  Last I heard the bank was suing him for the interest he accumulated during that time.  I wonder how that case turned out...

Or maybe that was just a really boring dream I once head.  Hard to be sure.
2014-03-28 03:02:50 PM  
1 vote:

Frozboz: FTA: A stack of hundred dollar bills are seen in this stock photo.

Thanks guys.


WHAT MONEY MAY LOOK LIKE
2014-03-28 03:02:16 PM  
1 vote:

meddleRPI: He thought it was an inheritance, so he spent it in a little over a week? Glad he honored his family well.


YOLO BRAH
2014-03-28 03:01:58 PM  
1 vote:

Imperialism: Wanted for questioning:


Grrr...
upload.wikimedia.org
2014-03-28 02:59:24 PM  
1 vote:

MelGoesOnTour: DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?

Good point. I'm kind of on the fence with this, though. I was once in a situation where my bank accidentally took money out of my account. They put it back but it took almost a week. I will admit that they didn't let anything bounce but, still, it was a major hassle for me. In this kids case, I say the bank should eat it because it took so long to be discovered (plus it was an actual bank error). They can make up the money from the fee;s they charge for everything.


I like your thought process.

If you are at my house and you lay your cell phone down. Or your purse or IPad whatever ...   I can take it and keep it.     You put it in my posession, thus it is mine.

Or you leave your coat in my restaraunt.   When you come back for it,  I keep it.   It is mine.
You park your car on my property inadvertantly, while taking your daughter to look at some ducks by the stream.     I take it and keep it.   You put it in my possession.   It is mine.

Awesome system.
2014-03-28 02:56:59 PM  
1 vote:
Nice my quote left out the one word that I was commenting on.

I really should preview everything

"The Madison County Sheriff Office police were dispatched to First Citizens Bank in Hull, Ga., on March 18 concerning financial fraud"
2014-03-28 02:54:16 PM  
1 vote:
Won't somebody please think of teh banks and their profits?!1!
2014-03-28 02:53:58 PM  
1 vote:

DROxINxTHExWIND: JesusJuice: fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.


Ever lost your car keys? Should the person who finds them be able to take ownership of your car?


There is a difference between finding car keys laying on the ground, and someone walking up to you in the street, shoving the keys in your pocket, and then walking away.
2014-03-28 02:53:03 PM  
1 vote:

Mentalpatient87: I agree for the most park with "fark the banks," but you've got to be some kind of idiot to think spending a dime of that money would play out well. And I don't believe that the kid deserves the money because the bank screwed up. If I accidentally park my car in your spot one night you don't then own my car.


I don't?

I guess I have a car to return.
2014-03-28 02:49:14 PM  
1 vote:
Aaaaaaaaaaand it's gone.
2014-03-28 02:45:56 PM  
1 vote:
Approves.  movieguy247.com
2014-03-28 02:45:39 PM  
1 vote:
blog.beeminder.com
2014-03-28 02:43:20 PM  
1 vote:
fark the bank. Their mistake, they should eat it. It's not like the bastards can't afford it.
2014-03-28 02:05:39 PM  
1 vote:
Poor guy. Poor, stupid guy. REALLY poor, stupid guy.
 
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