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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by willie_pete, Aug 3, 2020.
She knew her man was a thug.
Pure speculation, but often they have to take the orders out to the customer's cars if there's a delay in the drive through. Where you could expect a customer waiting for their food to be hangry.
I think the days of the 24 hour store are coming to an end. These places just naturally attract homeless people and crazies.
Actually, any place that sells food has these people hanging around. They beg customers going in for change, then run into the store and spend what they've received....... or to steal.
They pretty much strangle the business.
Here is the worse thing.
Two years to get to trial, will probably pled out, will be released in ten years for good behavior.
And BLM wants to eliminate life sentences?
I got to hear it a lot, during Ghetto Trash Night at the bar.
Those stores have a high markup on everything but gas. Own one in the right location and the money will come rolling in. They will be around despite the homeless.
I hope so.
Unfortunately, I know of two here is Seattle that have been destroyed by such activities. Others have decided to forego being open 24 hours a day. Too many problems.
I am of the opinion that in this day and age there is NO shortage of people and people that do this evil need to go away.....If a woman said i want you to go "beat up" or shoot someone because he took too long to get my order at "burger king" i would say "why are you eating at bk? " then i would dump them.
I bet he got his gun legally....
Murder 1 and felon in possession of a firearm..
Unlikely that he would be offered much of deal... He's going to be in for awhile, maybe forever..
When I see these things happen, I think about the pure immorality of the thing...
But I also think about the logic of it.. like, are you really willing to give up your freedom over something like that?
Robbing an armored truck.. ok I can kinda see it, but you just threw away a huge portion of your life over a hamburger..
My very thoughts exactly. I mean c'mon, its' fast food, ain't worth talking to the judge over. Fry his a$$.
I'll bet that he didn't. The news report said something about one of the charges being that he was a felon in possession of a weapon illegally, or something like that.
I ask this with the utmost respect and curiosity. What would you do if that happened right in front of you at the order line? For that matter, anyone that chooses to answer, please do. I'm interested in the reaction one might/must take.
Me, after pooping a little....well let's get past that first. If you can.
Kelvis Rodriguez-Tormes, 37 born in MA, the epitome of the yankee carpetbagger. Keep the northeastern loons where they are born.