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May 02, 2017

CONTINUE STAYING CLASSY, JERSEY

Thief swipes man's laptop bag after he leapt on train tracks to rescue woman

(Thanks to Barbara A)

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Now this is where a snake in the bag is worth two in the bush. Or something like that.

I still think the squirrels were somehow involved. I think the ones in New Jersey are organized.

I join others in mocking the victim: had she taken the time to eat breakfast, she would not have fainted and the Good Samaritan's backpack would not have been stolen. You should always eat breakfast. It's the most important meal of the day! Now, to find the leftover hardtack biscuit and throw it at the perp who stole the backpack.

Scroll through pictures on that story. That platform looks like it had a pretty good sized crowd. No one saw or stopped the thief?

Darn you, Chris Christie!

Send her a therapy llama or alpaca.

Do you pronounce you name Anal or Anil?

I was here the whole time! I swear!

As an NJ Transit veteran, I can tell you that this is not the worst thing that can happen to you.

Lap Toc Bag was a friend of mine.

Blue!! Long time no see!! How's things? Good to see you, friend. :)

Nice to see you too, Madame Diva. Still trying to keep up Jersey's upper crust reputation.

I'm just worried about my toast's crust.

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