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September 12, 2018


He says Hunt pulled out a gun and fired into the floor before demanding he be paid in cash.

(Thanks to Not My Usual Alias)


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Perfectly understandable. We're all a little on edge here in the Carolinas considering the only thing on TV right now is news about Hurricane Florence and how we're all going to die. The Weather Channel interviewed a guy at Wrightsville Beach this morning who said he was going to ride out the hurricane since it's only going to be a Category 4 storm. Evidently this genius thinks hurricanes are rated on a scale of 1-10.

Jail residents are being evacuated at no charge (note: being charged is still in play), so he may end up in a cash neutral position.

Unemployed and not likely to get a good reference, but cash neutral

Guess he doesn't take credit cards, either.

"It’s unclear if Hunt has a lawyer."
Or functioning brain cells.

I can only imagine this dude's reaction if he was told he has to sign his real name on the back of the check before he gets the cash.

Hunt did not show up on pay day, so he showed up later with a gun and demanded to get his check.
Most of us just ask, sans firearm.

Be vewy qwiet .. he's hunting paycheck.

Future collection agency employee.

The floor was asking for it.

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