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Wednesday, December 07, 2022

You know it's bad when they're looting Big Lots

CITRUS HEIGHTS — Big Lots is raising big concerns in Citrus Heights as word got out that the store is closing up shop. 

"What's going to fill the spot? It's just going to go downhill from here, I guess," said Todd Chapman.

19 comments:

  1. No one to blame here but the voters. Vote for crap, get crap.

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    1. I used to think the same thing. People are not voting for this.
      Let me explain.
      When someone doesn't cast a ballot, that ballot is cast. No one verified jimmy didn't vote. Trump broke the system by having so many votes the fraudulent votes couldn't beat him. That will never happen again.
      I highly recommend you brush up on surveillance. There is only one way out. It isn't voting harder. Without a solid understanding of who the true enemy is, we will be eliminated before it starts.

      I sent Kenny a link that will help, a little.

      I will link again in a separate post. This is his place, I respect him very much.

      Steve in Ky

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    2. One of two things will happen here. You will decide I am a schizo and dismiss this, or all the hairs on your neck will raise and you will want to utterly destroy these traitors.

      https://www.anonymousconservative.com/blog/surveillance-detection-the-professional-course-of-real-life-experience-part-twelve-preparing-the-murder-of-irah-sok/

      Steve in KY

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  2. Just heard Wally Mart lost 3 billion last year to the purloiner club.

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  3. Homeless living in the Big Lots parking lot, people filling up shopping carts and then walking out the doors with them. Welcome to Gavie's Utopia.

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  4. Years ago shoplifters were prosecuted at some point the bean counters decided it was cheaper to just let them go, now its thought of as a free for all. Want a real change in the Box Store Mentality? Start charging them with Misprison, I bet a real sharp lawyer could get a RICO charge against them too.

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    1. Maybe start cutting fingers and hands off. It'll stop real fast. -sammy

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  5. It's California. What did they expect when they voted in people who do not believe in the rule of law, particularly Soros-funded DA's and those who defunded police departments?

    They're going to get it gooder and harder, just like they deserve. It's time for the vigilance committees to make a comeback.

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  6. Yep. And we pay for every penny of those losses with higher prices. If those worthless lifeforms were to start dropping suddenly from a loud but distant noise when they stepped out the door, this madness would stop real fast. Maybe this is all intentional.... we end up with all our local outlets shut down and can only buy from places like Amazon. And the rich get richer.

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    1. "Maybe this is all intentional...."

      There's no maybe about it. It's part of the script.

      Nemo

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  7. Just read that WalMart is considering closing stores with a high rate of shoplifting where police and/or prosecutors won't do their job. The small business stores will need to implement a policy of keeping the doors locked, and only allowing a limitted number of customers in at a time if they want to stay in business.

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  8. Stop me if you've heard this one already...

    Democrats scream about "deserts" in their cities and residents having to travel to buy what they need. A company sees opportunity and opens a branch or two. Store is shoplifted on a daily basis multiple times per day. Democrats enact shoplifter protections. Store experiences major losses. Repeated looting deemed "mostly peaceful" by democrats occur. Store closes multiple branches citing the environment. Democrats scream about "deserts" in their cites. Lather, rinse, repeat.

    - WDS

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    1. I have seen that happen in a city that isn't even democrat controlled. But because corporate policy for most big box stores is to not allow employees to try and stop a shoplifter, they experience high losses because the thieves are never apprehended in the first place.

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    2. A buddy of mine worked as "loss prevention" at a TJ Maxx just outside of Boston. TJ Maxx had at the time an extremely lax return policy. Naturally, the shoplifters would steal from one store and return at another for cash. He said he'd see the same faces over and over every week.
      - WDS

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  9. Met with a very sweet, incredibly naive democrat yesterday. She knew NOTHING about current events, covid, or election fraud. Gotta hunch most democrats are just like her.

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  10. Sally ports are the answer.....

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  11. I was in the Home Depot tool department lately and the staff were installing heavy wire gates in front of all the tools and expensive parts drawers.
    I was puzzled, this was the suburbs. I asked one of them why the new security gates?
    He explained that all the HD stores in the state within a half mile of a highway exit ramp were putting in these gates. Not that they expected that to stop shoplifting but just hopefully keep it down to a manageable level.
    On another note, a few days ago I commented on cause and effect relationship between crime and punishment when there is no punishment. The response I got was a surprise, then I realized the article on Uber drivers being carjacked was from a San Francisco journal. I upset the natives. I especially liked this unintentionally hilarious comment from someone offended by my using punctuation.
    Troofer 3 days ago
    You're high on commas.

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  12. after the big lots store closes, they will insist it be a homeless shelter. And insist the property be donated to the city.

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  13. I lived in Citrus Heights... while it was part of Sacramento County unincorporated area.
    A couple decades ago, somebody wanted to be mayor, so a bunch of cronies voted-in a city charter.
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    The newly-minted Citrus Heights city needed a city-hall (ka-ching!), a corporate yard with equipment to maintain the new city (ka-ching!), and they needed a new cop-shop (double ka-ching!).
    And they needed a couple-three hundred new LawEnforcementOfficials (ka-ching out the wah-zoo!)
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    Oddly, the closing Big Lots store in the linked press-release was converted from a closed K-Mart store.
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    As a point of reference, across the street from the closing Big Lots, my buddy Tony Felice owns A&S Motorcycles, the dealership for BMW.
    Coincidentally, A&S won the state contract for patrol and response motorcycles, instantly making Tony a multi-millionaire.
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    An aside:
    The new city condemned all the strip-clubs, throwing many many exotic dancers out of work.
    Condemned, as in 'got it for free'.
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    Government.
    A money machine.

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