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Using arrest for PS

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #10 on: July 22, 2005, 12:46:24 PM »
I'd go with the hit-and-run fatality you were involved in.

Was that before, or after, the bank heist?

About five minutes after.

And thirty minutes before the grand theft auto.

That was a long day.

Let's not even get into how he spent all the money on hookers later that night.

Don't exaggerate...he didn't spend it "all"...how else would he have bought the crack and Mad Dog 20/20?

I forgot about the $20 he found stuck to the bottom of his shoe.

NathanB

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #11 on: July 22, 2005, 12:47:31 PM »
I'd go with the hit-and-run fatality you were involved in.

Was that before, or after, the bank heist?

About five minutes after.

And thirty minutes before the grand theft auto.

That was a long day.

Let's not even get into how he spent all the money on hookers later that night.

Don't exaggerate...he didn't spend it "all"...how else would he have bought the crack and Mad Dog 20/20?

I forgot about the $20 he found stuck to the bottom of his shoe.

Heck, I guess at some point he has to squeeze in tax fraud.

LaneSwerver

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #12 on: July 22, 2005, 12:48:28 PM »
I'd go with the hit-and-run fatality you were involved in.

Was that before, or after, the bank heist?

About five minutes after.

And thirty minutes before the grand theft auto.

That was a long day.

Let's not even get into how he spent all the money on hookers later that night.

Don't exaggerate...he didn't spend it "all"...how else would he have bought the crack and Mad Dog 20/20?

I forgot about the $20 he found stuck to the bottom of his shoe.

If he paid for crack and MD 20/20 with a $20, he had about $15 left over...

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #13 on: July 22, 2005, 12:50:33 PM »
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If he paid for crack and MD 20/20 with a $20, he had about $15 left over...

MD 20/20 comes in a flat bottle.  I thought he just jammed it down his pants and walked out (sideways).

LaneSwerver

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #14 on: July 22, 2005, 12:51:47 PM »
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If he paid for crack and MD 20/20 with a $20, he had about $15 left over...

MD 20/20 comes in a flat bottle.  I thought he just jammed it down his pants and walked out (sideways).

Does that work?

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #15 on: July 22, 2005, 12:53:09 PM »
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If he paid for crack and MD 20/20 with a $20, he had about $15 left over...

MD 20/20 comes in a flat bottle.  I thought he just jammed it down his pants and walked out (sideways).

Does that work?

As long as the clerks don't see you.


LaneSwerver

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #16 on: July 22, 2005, 12:54:10 PM »
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If he paid for crack and MD 20/20 with a $20, he had about $15 left over...

MD 20/20 comes in a flat bottle.  I thought he just jammed it down his pants and walked out (sideways).

Does that work?

As long as the clerks don't see you.



Like they care...

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #17 on: July 22, 2005, 01:01:21 PM »
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If he paid for crack and MD 20/20 with a $20, he had about $15 left over...

MD 20/20 comes in a flat bottle.  I thought he just jammed it down his pants and walked out (sideways).

Does that work?

As long as the clerks don't see you.



Like they care...

Just don't take the snootchie bootchies.

LaneSwerver

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #18 on: July 22, 2005, 01:05:09 PM »
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If he paid for crack and MD 20/20 with a $20, he had about $15 left over...

MD 20/20 comes in a flat bottle.  I thought he just jammed it down his pants and walked out (sideways).

Does that work?

As long as the clerks don't see you.



Like they care...

Just don't take the snootchie bootchies.

That goes without saying.

NathanB

Re: Using arrest for PS
« Reply #19 on: July 22, 2005, 01:15:45 PM »
Considering your story, I think it would play well if it is well written.

I'd say give it a shot.  Besides, you are a URM and that will help with the story and all.

You guys are all crazy. Does anyone have anything worth saying. I need some honest help here.

I am a AA female and I was riding in the car with a friend when he was picking up stolen merchandise. I had lived a sheltered life and they took me through the ringer when I was arrested. Most importantly, they wanted me to take a plea for just riding in the car. I saw people who couldn't afford attorneys taking plese, as the ADA puts it, "to stop waisting the courts time".

This is the angle. I was actually working in corporate american, but I couldn't forget about the incident. 2 years later I left to pursue a practice in law for the underprivileged who couldn't afford attorneys.

Honestly, all jokes aside. What are your thoughts.