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3008 clicks; posted to Main » on 22 Sep 2021 at 8:27 PM (10 weeks ago)   |   Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook



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2021-09-22 6:46:42 PM  
Maybe a "Note from Chris" will help.

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2021-09-22 8:30:13 PM  
Yay, subby! One whole internets for you!
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2021-09-22 8:40:10 PM  
Brazen
 
2021-09-22 8:40:28 PM  
Must be someone importants house. Normally if you go to the police out here with that they will tell you to get farked. And you definitely wont be on the news.
 
2021-09-22 8:49:07 PM  
I love that the thieving dipshiat waves to the camera.

And by "love" I mean I hope he steps in front of a speeding bus.

/fark thieves.
 
2021-09-22 9:05:53 PM  

Karma Chameleon: Must be someone importants house. Normally if you go to the police out here with that they will tell you to get farked. And you definitely wont be on the news.


Yep. Lived in Olympia for over a decade and getting the police to do anything involving theft was impossible.

Reported my truck stolen. They said "If it shows up, we'll call you before it's impounded." Three weeks later, got a call from the impound lot, not a peep out of the police.

They were really efficient at pulling people over and citing them for DUIs regardless of whether they had been drinking though.
 
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