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Have you ever been stolen from?
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Posted 2/22/11
I swear on my life, this girl stole my phone but she won't admit it.
Posted 2/22/11
I lost my newly bicycle [it's was a gift from my father] I really wanted to kill the thief that time if I know who did that [it's a temporary emotion] but even now i still angry about it. I'm not only suffered from the lost of bicycle but also I have to face the explanation to my father. :fury:

In junior high, I forgot my 3 ring binder in the restroom sink, and when I get back, my binder already got stolen, the thief left all of my homework and written papers in the mud water. [I was in rage]

I lost my two cellphones during my high school years, people picked it up and never return it.

When my house was accidentally on fire, the people that help clean the house, helped us carry things, they are actually the thieves They just pretend they were helping us in tight situation but in truth, they took away all of the clean clothes, TV, and grain rice or anything valuable that undamaged. Advice: No matter how harsh the situation you in, if a stranger come and said they are pity you and want to help you, never trust them yet, even if you got nothing left to give them, you are yourself still have some use.
Posted 2/22/11
Yes! I had bought this nice new $$$$ mountainbike, and was going in to buy a phone and then this masked dude came and grabbed it and jump on a moped and took off... But I had it coming, so I guess I thought it was just...
Posted 2/22/11

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When my house was accidentally on fire, the people that help clean the house, helped us carry things, they are actually the thieves They just pretend they were helping us in tight situation but in truth, they took away all of the clean clothes, TV, and grain rice or anything valuable that undamaged. Advice: No matter how harsh the situation you in, if a stranger come and said they are pity you and want to help you, never trust them yet, even if you got nothing left to give them, you are yourself still have some use.


That's just nasty
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OH MY F*CKING GAWD. YES. YOU DON'T EVEN KNOOOW. Ughh my "friends" or classmates stole hella shxt from me when I was in elementary! But you know as I grow older I keep CAREFUL track of my shxts !!
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I swear on my life, this girl stole my phone but she won't admit it.


This happened twice to me.. Thankf**k for insurance :>
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AuZzii wrote:


lilymac wrote:

I swear on my life, this girl stole my phone but she won't admit it.


This happened twice to me.. Thankf**k for insurance :>


Let's roll the bitches.
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Posted 2/23/11

lilymac wrote:


AuZzii wrote:


lilymac wrote:

I swear on my life, this girl stole my phone but she won't admit it.


This happened twice to me.. Thankf**k for insurance :>


Let's roll the bitches.


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Time to kick-ass and chew bubble gum.. and I'm all outta gum
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Just so ticked off and feel so violated that I just had to vent and share this.
I got a call today from my husband when he got home to let me know that our home had been broken into. The sliding glass door had been shattered and glass was everywhere. The thieves had rummaged through our house, pulling things out from everywhere.
We lost about $20k worth of items that we had bought within the last 7 years of our married life together...things we can't go out an easily replace.
The randomness of what was taken baffles me as well. They took our 46" LCD flat screen and playstation, but left our 24" and 32" monitors and desktop computers. They stole the laptop that was packed in a suitcase from a trip this past weekend, but left the other laptop that was in a laptop bag next to my desk that they riffled through. They stole all my husbands camera equipment - 4 Nikon cameras and a half dozen lenses...but they left all of my jewelry, except my engagement ring. In fact, they seemed disgusted with my pearls and had tossed them across the bedroom.
They opened all the dresser drawers upstairs, but looked through none of the cupboards or the china hutch. They stole a bass guitar and 6 string, but left the keyboard, drums and the rest of the recording studio equipment.
And this was all done in broad daylight before 11am - from the tire tracks that were left, we determined they were parked in the back of our house, and drove through several yards...and noone noticed.

So after sharing all of this and relieving a little pent up frustration, I have to go clean up glass and the dust from the police where they were searching for fingerprints.

My question, have you ever had a similiar experience? How does this make you feel and how did you deal with it?
At the moment, I feel disgusted and want to disinfect anything I think the thieves might have touched. And I probably won't sleep this evening...And I am so angry that I would kill them if they came back, really I would, and I am not a violent person. It scares me that I feel that way, and it scares me more that the police said they may come back to get what they couldn't take today.


couple months back my neighbor kicked in my door and took 2k in cash didn't touch anything else probably wore gloves too. I know it was him but couldn't prove it. a week later he robbed the guy across the street for 5 or 10k worth of electronics. being in our 20s trying to set up our places we were pissed. the guy moved and we haven't seen him since. I just beefed up security and keeping my eyes open, not much else to do. I even have a 150pd rottweiler idk how he got past him but that's life i guess.
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i also got robbed 3 yrs ago for a lowrider bicycle worth 1k and two speakers worth 500 from my boss no less. never trust a plumber no bullshit.
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Nope, only I steal. ;D
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lol Nobody got hurt isnt that good tho..
Posted 2/26/11 , edited 2/26/11

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We got to see two of the three guys in handcuffs today, and more of our items returned, including 2 of the 7 stolen firearms. We are so very thankful that we were one of the lucky few to actually be getting justice - and our stuff back.
Hopefully they will get the third guy tomorrow, and will have more info on the rest of our items by then as well!


It's best to keep some music playing a little loud in a playlist (enough to be heard, but not get the neighbors in a riot). That way people will always think someones inside. Google "violent rap music" and get some of those. They'll think twice about messing with the bad ass who listens to that stuff let alone enter your abode. And your profile says you don't like rap. It may just save your possessions.

I know, electricity, or it's either bullet proof windows.

Posted 2/26/11
No one ever stole from me... Why? Well because I check guest pocket's for stolen goods....
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Posted 2/26/11

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Tarya wrote:

Just so ticked off and feel so violated that I just had to vent and share this.
I got a call today from my husband when he got home to let me know that our home had been broken into. The sliding glass door had been shattered and glass was everywhere. The thieves had rummaged through our house, pulling things out from everywhere.
We lost about $20k worth of items that we had bought within the last 7 years of our married life together...things we can't go out an easily replace.
The randomness of what was taken baffles me as well. They took our 46" LCD flat screen and playstation, but left our 24" and 32" monitors and desktop computers. They stole the laptop that was packed in a suitcase from a trip this past weekend, but left the other laptop that was in a laptop bag next to my desk that they riffled through. They stole all my husbands camera equipment - 4 Nikon cameras and a half dozen lenses...but they left all of my jewelry, except my engagement ring. In fact, they seemed disgusted with my pearls and had tossed them across the bedroom.
They opened all the dresser drawers upstairs, but looked through none of the cupboards or the china hutch. They stole a bass guitar and 6 string, but left the keyboard, drums and the rest of the recording studio equipment.
And this was all done in broad daylight before 11am - from the tire tracks that were left, we determined they were parked in the back of our house, and drove through several yards...and noone noticed.

So after sharing all of this and relieving a little pent up frustration, I have to go clean up glass and the dust from the police where they were searching for fingerprints.

My question, have you ever had a similiar experience? How does this make you feel and how did you deal with it?
At the moment, I feel disgusted and want to disinfect anything I think the thieves might have touched. And I probably won't sleep this evening...And I am so angry that I would kill them if they came back, really I would, and I am not a violent person. It scares me that I feel that way, and it scares me more that the police said they may come back to get what they couldn't take today.


couple months back my neighbor kicked in my door and took 2k in cash didn't touch anything else probably wore gloves too. I know it was him but couldn't prove it. a week later he robbed the guy across the street for 5 or 10k worth of electronics. being in our 20s trying to set up our places we were pissed. the guy moved and we haven't seen him since. I just beefed up security and keeping my eyes open, not much else to do. I even have a 150pd rottweiler idk how he got past him but that's life i guess.


Exactly - you spend a chunk of your time investing in your plans for the future, by saving money or buying the things that you know you won't be able to afford or have time to play with once you are married with kids, and then someone who doesn't think they need to work for anything comes and steals it from you! Definitely pisses me off.
I can't believe that guy got past the dog though...must have been pretty talented.
We are thinking about buying an alarm system - our landlord said he would help with that too, so that is a plus on his side.
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