Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by Sickboy, May 27, 2015.
I wish they would do this in some god forsaken URBAN area
Finders keepers losers weepers. That's what I say!
Just kidding. Good kids did the right thing. I've gone back into stores when they have given me too much change. Taking what isn't yours ain't right.
I went into a local bakery with my 8yo. daughter a couple weeks ago, a man had just walked out as we walked in. While having a look at the selection, we both noticed a folded 10 on the floor. My daughter asked if I dropped it, and I told her no, it must have been the mans 10. I picked it up and handed it to the gal behind the counter and said someone dropped it, she actually seemed surprised?? Walking out, my daughter said that she hopes the person gets their money back and we couldn't keep it because it wasn't our money. That right there told me I'm doing a good job with my kids, they know what's the right thing to do and she saw me do the right thing to back that up.
I found 34 dollars at a department store in the apparel section. Was busy, but nobody was around this area. Yay, A. Genius has money for his vice! I've heard all about Japan and how lost wallets stay where they are until the owner finds it,etc. But this wasn't Japan and I doubt the person who lost it was going to ever find it. I've lost cash and never expected to see it again on more than one occasion and that's the way it goes. But if it's ID or credit cards or personal stuff, I do whatever I can to get it back to the rightful owner, because I am a pretty great fucking man. I've found unlabeled narcotics before. Cigarettes. Booze. These are not the kinds of things I'm going to even try to return though. End rant.
Shut up Bugs!
After woman crashes into Lauderhill home, thief steals her purse from car
May 27, 2015
LAUDERHILL A sleeping man was jolted awake and slightly injured early Tuesday when a car slammed into a home and ended up inside his bedroom.
"Luck was on his side, he's lucky to be alive today," said Jeff Levy, division chief for Lauderhill Fire-Rescue. The woman who was driving was not hurt, but not all her luck was good. Her car was totaled — and someone stole her handbag from the car after it crashed.
The driver, Tamara Pierce, said at the scene: "I don't know what happened, it got stuck." She later said she was on her way to her cashier job at a Deerfield Beach Walmart when the brakes stuck. To add to her distress, she said somebody opened up the passenger side door after the crash and made off with her blue handbag. Pierre lost her driver's license, cash and credit cards. By the afternoon, somebody had charged $290 to Walmart online and almost $200 in gas.
"We surmise that it was taken while the car was still within the structure but we not know who took it," Police Major Rick Rocco said of the wallet.
I thought you said you were going to stop adding "end rant" at the end of every post.
asians are the model minority. i would take an asian family over any other minority as my neighbor
Right on, Daddio!
These kids were like 5 years old... way too young to even know how to stand there and secretly pocket another persons wallet. I'm sure if they showed older Japanese kids they'd still return it though.
I've long said it's safe to walk the streets of Tokyo with a 10,000 yen bill taped to your forehead. I stand by that.
I recall an article about a Japanese little league team visiting South Florida. The kids put their wallets into a container before the game...It was stolen.
I appreciate you keeping tabs on me, but I challenge you to show me where I said any such thing. End reply
Oh give me a fucking break, drop a wallet with 500 bucks in it at the mall where some white kids are, what do you think the outcome would be?
Duh, they would give it to mall security, and mall security would steal it.
Start reply. Maybe it was just other people commenting on your use of end rant. End reply.
If you really believe that than you are more ignorant than i thought.
That little girl at 1:31 was so adorably happy to return the wallet.
when i was a little kid, my sister found a wallet with $50 in it. (that was like a million dollars to a lil kid back then)
my sis told my dad and he called the # in it to say she found it. 2 hours later this big hairy guy ona harley pulls up.
we hoped hed give a dollar or 2 as reward, but he didnt.....
he said u returning it means the world i cant work without this license,and he handed her the whole $50
i learned a lesson that day (that if she kept it we coulda bought ice cream 2 hours earlier...... i kidding)