Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by AlbertoDelRio, Jan 11, 2019.
I found a wallet in the early 90's with cash and traveler's cheques in the volleyball pit next to my barracks at Ft. Gordon and returned it to the owner. Found an MP's wallet complete with badge, ID, cash, bank card and pin written on a little post it on Yongsan base, Korea. Tracked her down and returned it. Found three $50's in the 2000's on the ground at a Wal-Mart and pocketed that shit. If I know who it belongs to I'll get it back to them, if not, it's mine
Would check for picture ID, if it belongs to a chick rated a 7 or above, would return and hope for a sloppy BJ as a thank you.
If it belongs to a Chad, would keep. Am I right @garypagetwo ?
I'd give them the wallet, sure.
To the police and fill out a report? One hundred percent yes.
Yep. I'll make my own.
I found a big fat Costanza wallet in Jason’s Deli a couple weeks ago. I opened the wallet and it had over $1000 cash and was full of other crap, including a Texas Bar card on top so I knew it was a lawyer. Looked at the ID and walked around and found the prick who lost it. He didn’t even say thanks, he just looked at me and grunted.
At 18, finder keepers.
At 38, hey! you lost this, dude
Yes, mostly because Radiohead said karma police......
I would return it, whatever's in it isn't worth thinking about for the next 20 years.
Just say someone else took the cash.
Look if it's a couple hundy, I dont need it that bad.
I find 10 large, you better believe I'm keeping that shit
I found a dude's entire life on the sidewalk. His wallet was the size of a notebook and had addresses and all kinds of stuff. I couldn't just throw it away so I asked some else to track the guy down and return it.
You keep the couple hundy and return the 10 large.
Wife and I found a wallet outside a store q few years ago. Luckily they lived a few minutes away so we drove by and knocked on the door