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luckycrank

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I SPENT THE MORNING BASSIN' WITH A BUDDY AND AS IF THE LACK OF ACTION WASN'T ENOUGHTO MAKE THE DAY FRUSTERATING SOME "LOWER THAN LIFE" THUG DECIDED TO BUST THE WINDOWS OUT OF MY BUDDY'S TRUCK POPPED OPEN THE GLOVE BOX OPENED THE CENTER CONSOLE AND TOOK ABSOLUTLY NOTHING! NOT EVAN THE BINOCULARS OR C.D'S OR CARRHART BIBS THAT WHERE IN THE TRUCK

HE/THEY DIDN'T EVAN HAVE ENOUGH COMMEN SENSE TO GO THROUGH POCKETS OF THE BIBS THAT WHERE IN THE CAR.

AS IF ONE WINDOW WASN'T ENOUGH THEY HAD TO BRAKE BOTH DOORS BOY!! WOULD I LIKE TO GET A HOLD OF THESE PEOPLE mad.gif

MOREL: SOME TIMES A GUY WOULD JUST BE BETTER OFF LEAVING THE DARNED DOORS UNLOCKED...

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I feel its out of control. A few low lives have no repect for others things. Someone thought they needed 3 sets of our camo waders more then we did. Heaven might make it right if they would drowned in them. mad.gif

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Sorry to hear LC. Its a shame a guy can't even go fishing and clear the mind. Have to have a thought in your head of, is someone breaking in to my truck? Someone running into my trailer?

Whats with people these days? mad.gif

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What launch were you at?

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LC,

If there is anything I can do to help out, let me know. I hope the criminal is found.

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TO,

LUCKILY BOTH HE AND I ARE AUTO MECHANICS SO IT'S JUST A MATTER OF WAITING FOR NEW GLASS. I JUST WANTED SPREAD THE WORD. TO OTHERS THAT THESS TYPE OF THINGS HAPPEN AND MAYBE IF WE LEAVE OUR GLOVE BOX OPEN SO PEOPLE COULD SEE IN THEM AND SEE THERE IS NOTHING THERE THEY WOULDN'T DO STUFF LIKE THAT.

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I know how you feel I had my truck parked at Washington, and someone broke out my window and stole my bow and arrows. This was during the middle of the day at a busy access.

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Axxholes. I had this happen about 5 years ago at the DNR landing on Madison. I think it was local punk kids as the only thing missing was a half pack of grits sitting on the dash on the passenger side of the truck. This was during the week mid-day, but I gained a new brick...

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It seems like Fairbault has a huge problem. I was down there last fall deer hunting in a WMA south of town and some clown broke my window to steal my rainsuit. I was not sure if it was going to rain or not down there so I brought it along. It was the only thing in the truck. The Sheriff Dept. would not even come out and the CO said it was the SO reponsibility. So I had to drive to town and wait 30 minutes to get a report written. After that the officer looked down his nose and said why did I leave anything in there. I responded by saying it was not raining and I did not want it under my stand. I also pointed out I thought I would be safe in their county. smirk.gif Yeah right! They were brave punks too. There was a farmer harvesting corn in the field right next to my truck and they timed it between his dumpings. I will never hunt there again.

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Luckycrank, or maybe it should be changed 2 unluckycrank, was it boone or beavis or who? At 1st when I saw the title, "BE WARE" I thought it was goin 2B about wrecking your lower unit again.

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Ahhh, that sux mad.gif

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I once just happened to look out the window of my old house to see some punk going through my roomates car, looked over at one of my buddies and said follow me if u can, ran out the door after him, he didnt even hear me running until the storm door closed, it took a few seconds for the door to close because it had one of those air hinges or whatever on it, But i was so pissed because this was an ongoing problem, the week before i had someone break into my car and destroyed my dash trying to get out a stock cd player which they never got, well i caught up to him got him on the ground and did "my thing" the dude was much bigger than me but he was drunk, after manhandeling him i asked him what he was looking for, he told me he was looking for cigs..... so i made him empty out his pockets to see if he stole anything out of the other cars in the driveway guess what he pulls out of his pockets.... a three fourths pack full of smokes i threated to make him call the cops on himself and was going to drag the punk back to my house call 911 and have him arrested but on second thought kidnapping charges on me wouldnt be a good thing. I ran into the guy a week or two later at the bar and asked if he remembered me. He couldnt even look me in the eye all he did was appologize over and over again, I felt bad for what I did to him but I hope he got the message to stop stealing out of cars........Justice is served,BT

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Regardless what some people say, there is a place for vigilante justice. The cops can't be everywhere.

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