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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by cyberghostx13, Sep 17, 2019.
when my kids were real little, the oldest daughter, about 10 at the time picked up a paper bag in a parking lot. she handed it to me and turned out there was like $60 dollars in it. we turned it in at the office of the store we were going into. 10 days later the manager called us and said no one claimed it. my daughter got to keep it and learned sometimes you get rewarded for doing the right thing.
Yes, one must do the right thing, and given the circumstance I certainly did. There was absolutely no one around and the 100 Dollar Bill was on it's own, not in a wallet with ID. I have a clear conscience and will sleep just fine tonight. I have already thanked God. Sayonara.
Does your generosity know no bounds?
Ah, enjoy it. I would have hit the liquor store and got two 1.75L of Crown.
That was an odd double post....
whoops! wasn't implying you did anything wrong, got too far into my story and forgot what the topic was. you received a gift from above. sometimes stuff like that happens, enjoy your luck. i have found money the same way, and looked around to see if anyone looks rattled. most of the time there isn't even anyone else to be seen.
Wait a minute, there were no "mountain" bikes in 79'!
I believe in sharing my seeds of prosperity.
Not a problem. That was a Benjamin...
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I have spent a lot of time in bars and casinos. Its unusual for me not to find money and jewelry on the floors.
I was heading out of town, at the airport, early one morning.
I'm crossing the enclosed, carpeted bridge from the parking garage to the terminal building.
At the end of the bridge is a bill on the carpet. There is not a sole in sight. I'm trying to get to it without being overt.
I'm just about to it and out of no where this airport worker gal rounds the corner and snatches it up off the carpet, like it was there every morning when she passed.
I was so sad, I didn't think to ask what it was, before she was long gone.
You sure her name was Charity, not maybe Sinnamon
you let your 10 yr old pick up a paperboy?
I was walking into a grocery store one time in the pouring rain. As I was getting close to the door a very large woman in a very a very large Yukon almost ran me over backing her car out. I yelled at her and she didn't car and just flipped me the bird and went on her way. Looked at the pavement where her Yukon had been and there was $48 laying on the ground soaking wet, no way in hell I was not keeping it after her polite actions
For $100 he was whoever G30 needed him to be. It was that kind of night....
I once found a little over $1200 in a local supermarket’s parking lot. I turned it in to the police station, they told me they would call me if no one claimed it in 30 days and I could keep it. Never heard anything back. Price of a clear conscience I guess...
$1200 buys a lot of Krispy Kreme for the officers break room.
The funny thing isn't that he kept it or what he spent it on. It's how proud he is to have found it.