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October 29, 2016

CRIMINAL MASTERMINDS OF THE WEEK SO FAR

The robbers then told the victim to get on the ground and stay there. They got into the car and remained there for about 20 to 30 seconds before getting back out and asking the victim -- still on the ground -- how to put the vehicle in reverse.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)

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Police say the lacked the drive to be successful criminals.

^they.

Photo: manual gear shift lever.

Caption: "Millennial Anti-Theft Device".

I drive a Mustang, manual transmission. I don't need to lock it at all, because the young punks would not be able to steal it.

The first car I owned was a manual transmission Fiat. I hit everything in town before I was able to drive it safely. I still prefer driving a stick. The biggest problem I had with my Fiat was if you were driving it at night, and it started to rain, you could either turn on your headlights or turn on your windshield wipers. You couldn't use both at the same time or the car wouldn't run. I miss that car.

Immediately reminded of this scene from RockNRolla: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mKAg4UVnHzQ

Did they have a gub?

Were they shifty?

Is our criminals learning? --attributed to a former President


ANd somewhere the stolen radio is foretelling "Another one bites the dust..."

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