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Author Topic: me and my family were victims of car break-in!
sharker102
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on: September 26, 2012, 09:15
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omg I am soo pissed off right now because I have been reading about car break-ins in my area just recently and never thought that any would happen in my area . But this morning while I was in my room ,I heard noises outside like someone was opening up our car door and closing it,and so I got up ,and went out of my room and into our front room and looked out the window and saw someone on a bike riding out of our driveway ,and so I opened up the door as they were riding out of the driveway and yelled out cuss words at them and then I got on the phone and called 911 and they came out to my area and looked around and didn't see anyone,but whoever this piece of shit who is breaking into cars ,they better watch out because if they keep doing this and they get caught and shot at ,then it'll be karma to them. But anyways,I just wanted to let everyone know to lock your car doors ,because if you don't and someone steal out of there then it'll be your own fault and btw i'm not just saying this as a friend I am saying this because I mean it because I don't want to see anybody become victims of car break-ins.

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on: October 13, 2012, 04:12
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U wouldn't believe how often this happens at my jobs parking lot. Locked or not they'll get in if they want.

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on: October 13, 2012, 23:54
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Dude, that really sucks. Hope the police find the asshats that took your family's things, Sharker.

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on: October 19, 2012, 05:27
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Omg sharker I totally know how you feel! Last month my car got broken into right infront.of my house in the middle of the night....the worst thing is my car doesn't have one.of those alarms.that goes off when you hit it or whatever....I jst noticed it when.I went out to my car the next morning...I'm.sorry your car got broken.into let's hope they get caught soon.

~Liyo

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on: October 22, 2012, 15:26
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@rvd2k12 of course they will because they have no business doing that because i bet ya they'd be feeling same way as the people who they burglarized if them same people got burglarized too,and also thank you for the comment man

@reaptat yeah,definitely agree with you man because I hope so too,and thank you for your comment man.

@Liyoki_Mur-a I'm so sorry to hear that you went through one too,and definitely hope that we never have to go through another one never again,and that the people who did it to us get caught,and btw thank you for the comment.

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on: October 25, 2012, 22:30
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I totally look forward to the day when the computers already in most modern cars can be used to help capture people stealing them. Imagine - your car takes a photo of the theiving idiot at the wheel, calls the police, sends you an email and broadcasts it's gps location - by itself. That will be sweet.

Until then... Yea. Lock your cars. Always. Even if they're in a garage.

And - maybe - leave a photo of a cute baby in there. Because psychology is amazing. On PBS, a long time ago, they did a study with lost wallets. The wallets with cute baby photos in them were almost always returned with nothing missing. Wallets with other kinds of photos - pets, religious symbols, etc - or no photos at all didn't have such a good return rate. *shrugs* Couldn't hurt, right?

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on: October 26, 2012, 06:02
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Lol yea I guess it couldn't hurt....I remember my first bf he had this thing on his engine.or w/e (I'm not a big car girl bt I do like em...jst lord help me if I ever have to dismantle one and put it back together =]) and if anyone tried to hotwire his car the engine would die and they wouldn't be able to take it...I thought that was pretty cool lol

~Liyo

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