Five Questions about CRIME

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Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Minnie the Minx » 27 Sep 2019, 14:23

Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?

Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?

Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?

What do you shout at the cops before they shoot your criminal brains out in a four hour street battle?
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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Sneelock » 27 Sep 2019, 15:52

Minnie the Minx wrote:Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?

it's like being in a car accident. whatever you were doing just evaporates. the denial knows that it is useless but it is persistent. it takes a while to accept the change that has taken place - the stuff you don't have - the things you wont be doing any time soon.

Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?
not really. teenage"vandalism" only. didn't take anything. I'm glad. I feel bad enough about it as it is.

Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?
ha! that's a good one!

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?
the kind that gets caught. there's this bad John Candy Movie "Who's Harry Crumb" where he's a private eye that wears all these elaborate and unnecessary "disguises" that looks like fun.

What do you shout at the cops before they shoot your criminal brains out in a four hour street battle?
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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Flower » 27 Sep 2019, 16:08

Minnie the Minx wrote:Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?

It was long ago that someone broke into my apartment on Halloween and stole my small television and a clock radio, they stripped the pillowcase off my bed and carried it out the window blending in with the Halloween crowd. I wasn't home at the time but moved soon after the incident. I've had a car stolen as well as other items that didn't involve breaking into my home.

It sucks


Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?

No .. I wouldn't/couldn't do that to anyone and firmly believe that all stolen items carry curses.

Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?

I imagine that I would pace for twenty four hours a day and hope that I'd wear down the floor to the degree that I'd escape.

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?

I'd hide in plain sight and not go to any Esso stations.

What do you shout at the cops before they shoot your criminal brains out in a four hour street battle?

Nothing as I don't forsee myself as getting caught.

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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Hightea » 27 Sep 2019, 16:34

Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?
house no, car twice - in NYC late night, the bastard smashed my window because he saw a package in my car. It most have been fast because all he took was the bag. Idiot all that was in the bag was bubble wrap and those peanut styrofoam packing things. The window replacement was the cost along with that window leaked after the replacement. The other time was in front of my house and I heard the alarm. It was a local brat who broke into my trunk - he only got up the road before some other kids caught him as I was running after him screaming. They beat him up before I even got there. Good old city island boys always protecting the neighborhood. We didn't even bother calling the cops.
Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?
hm - does my brothers house count? :lol: never stole anything really but borrowed many things before telling him. Besides that it would be candy from a store way back in the day. Funny story - I cut hebrew school with some friends and they stole slim jims at a store as we were walking out this big guy stepped in front of us. I turned to them and said "what did you steal don't you know they have cameras." Guy still called all our parents to come pick us up. The two friends both had tough dads so they came in the next day black and blue. My mom just made me go back to Hebrew school and stand in front of the class and told them I stole candy. :lol:

Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?
nope- I wouldn't do well in prison

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?
back in the day I could have done a good job hiding, I would have gone to remote parts of the country and live off the land.
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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Jimbo » 27 Sep 2019, 18:03

Living with Dad and he comes in my room and asks if it was I who took money from his wallet in the middle of the night. Dad said he saw a guy by his bed, asked if it was me and the guy said it was. Well, that guy removed all the cash from Dad's wallet. I had to laugh at the absurdity but I stopped laughing when I saw the guy had emptied my wallet too.
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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Six String » 27 Sep 2019, 19:21

Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?
I was burgled while out of town by someone who turned out to be the little brother of someone I knew who lived across the street from me. All they took were records which they cherry picked from my collection. The point of entry wasn't obvious when I came home but I noticed that my copy of The Closing Of The Fillmore West was missing as it was always in the front of a stack of records in my bedroom. I never had absolute proof so the deed went unpunished.

Another time my car was burgled and all they stole was my tapedeck but the joke was on them because it didn't work half the time when I put a cassette in and I hadn't got around to replacing it. So I got a new window and a new tapedeck which worked out for me.

Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?

No, thieves are scum.

Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?

Not sure but based on my body habitus I'd probably be someone's bitch so ultimately it wouldn't work out in my favor.

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?

I'd probably allude capture but doubt it would last.

What do you shout at the cops before they shoot your criminal brains out in a four hour street battle?

Fuck you assholes! :o

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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Still Baron » 28 Sep 2019, 05:55

Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?

I have. I'm almost certain some neighbor kids broke into our house and ripped off most of my Star Wars action figures. I didn't have as many as other kids (though I had my fair share) and they were my most prized possessions. I found bits and pieces from them in the alley that went from our house to my elementary school. The good news is that it severed most of my youthful emotional attachment to the Star Wars franchise, so I'm not a ridiculous 45 year old Star Wars fanboy.

Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?

Certainly not!

Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?

Only because prison shit is my specialty. I suppose I'd still have to get my ass beat every day for five or six months but I could eventually trade my expertise to avoid the worst. I've spent a fair amount of time in prisons and it's taught me that it's definitely a place I want to avoid.

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?

A paranoid one.

What do you shout at the cops before they shoot your criminal brains out in a four hour street battle?

It's my goal to avoid learning the answer to this particular question.
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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby GoogaMooga » 28 Sep 2019, 07:57

Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?
No, but my family has, after I left home. The burglar took my brother's wallet and ate some cake we had left in the kitchen.

Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?
No, never.

Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?
I'd get beaten up the minute I stepped outside my cell.

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?
A couldn't manage kind of fugitive.

What do you shout at the cops before they shoot your criminal brains out in a four hour street battle?
Not gonna happen.
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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Jeemo » 28 Sep 2019, 08:41

Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?

When I was still staying at my Mum's we were broken into. They stole a video player which were very expensive at the time, some loss cash but missed my Mums jewellery which was on a ring holder in a kitchen cupboard. We only noticed when I got up for work, went to the toilet and thought it was very cold for the time of year. Went downstairs and the front door was open. The stupid fuckers nearly killed themselves. They couldn't get the plug out of the socket because of my mums stone fireplace, so they went into the kitchen, got a bread knife and cut through the cable, half the blade melted.

I told someone in my work about it, who knew a few folk (you ain't seen me right) and was told who it was. I was advised that it would be better not to follow it up by myself. The police suspected the same duo and they were caught in another house a few weeks later.

Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?

No

Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?

No

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?

Better than Googs but not by much

What do you shout at the cops before they shoot your criminal brains out in a four hour street battle?

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Re: Five Questions about CRIME

Postby Minnie the Minx » 28 Sep 2019, 20:15

Have you ever been burgled? What was it like?

Just the once in my early twenties, when I was sharing a house with another student nurse in a well dodgy area of Bradford. I came back home from a late shift and looked at the front door, which was wide open, along with the back door and the back gate. The TV was missing. My first thought was that the girl I shared a house with had come home, forgotten to close all the doors and taken the TV to bed with her. Eventually it sunk in and I called my then boyfriends brother in law, who was a cop, who said "make sure they haven't taken a shit on your bed." They hadn't, but I can't say that his advice was the touchy feelie response I had hoped for.

Have you ever burgled anyone, you naughty thing?

I'm not sure where the lines blur between "burgling" and "stealing food from the kitchens of strangers" but as a jobless youngster living in various shared houses, a regular Friday night involved a post -drinking sneaking into the University Halls of residence kitchens. Students had things we could only dream of - cans of beans, beanfeasts, crisps. We would either get someone to open the door for us, pretending to be students, or drop through the windows. We'd go through the fridge and eat everything as we stood there, putting some cans in our pockets. Many was the time a genuine student would walk in and demand to know who we were and what we were studying. "Shoashiology" we'd splutter, firing marmitey toast and spittle everywhere and then scarper.



Do you think you would cope well in prison for any length of time?

If prisoners like cellmates that invent lives and names for cockroaches and rats, pretty well.

What kind of ‘on the run’ fugitive would you be?

A very bad one, because I don't like sleeping in cars.

What do you shout at the cops before they shoot your criminal brains out in a four hour street battle?

We don't need this fascist groove thang!
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