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Wednesday, November 30, 2022

Sometimes it just doesn't pay to put your life online

The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating a home-invasion robbery that resulted in as much as $1 million worth of property being stolen from a home in Hollywood Hills home early Wednesday.

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  1. How far have we fallen?

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  2. Same way when you cruise around in a high profile vehicle. Car jackers generally will go after a Shiny Cadillac Escalade before a rusty 1989 Toyota Corolla.

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    1. Or my rusty, trusty, '86 Toyota truck. Geezer me and my truck just shouts "NO MONEY HERE!" Apparently law enforcement thinks the same thing. The one time I got pulled over, for doing 55 in a 35 zone, the cop let me go with a warning after the obligatory records check. I thanked him.
      Tree Mike

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  3. Being an "influencer" sure is a tough life.

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    1. Indeed. All the 'crimes' you have to invent to get someone to pay attention to you.

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  4. Two people sleeping. Bad guys wave a gun in "their" face. Two bodies, one face? That is how far we have fallen. And stupid of stupids: I might have left the back door unlocked. From NYC and "they" don't lock the door? Locking the door must have made the Progressive racist list.

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