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Postby Mike Bowers » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 8:20AM

DanEpps wrote:That's incredible!!! Does Larry just come from an unlucky family?


Lol ! Yes, black cloud and all :lol: :lol:
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Postby Shawn Morley » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 8:44AM

Wow, hard to believe someone is waiting to rob a shop. Sorry to hear about it and hope Larry is doing well. Since I opened my shop a couple of years ago I have had little concern about it, just never thought that it would be a place to be targeted all that much. The security I do have is do to a personal carry permit and always have friends by my side like Glock, Kahr, Sig, S&W and the such. I just pray I will never have to call on them for assistance. I pray everyone stays safe in there shops.

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Postby Mike Bowers » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 8:47AM

Michael S Murray wrote:UNBEILEIVABLE! What are they after?
Did they actually take anything from your shop?
Doesnt seem like a typical business that they think they could get some quick cash from. Tools would be much easier get after hours.You better be diligent on the lighting and awareness, they might just be so stupid as to come back-chicken shits.. Sounds like it is time to add a 12 gauge with 00 loads to the toolbench assortment.. be careful...


Neither shop had tools taken. The pawn shops are very strict guildlines. These guys are just looking for some quick "Crack" cash. The guy who got hit today lost nothing. But tossed his HOT coffee in the in the face of the idiot with the gun. Chalk 1 up for the good guy's!!! :lol:
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Postby DanEpps » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 10:27AM

Hell, they'll probably sue him!!!

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Postby Brian Shannon » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 11:44AM

They, like so many others must think that Cabinetmakers are rich! I hear that all the time. Like we have extra cash to carry around...

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Postby Brian Shannon » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 11:49AM

It's too bad Larry or his brother weren't assembling cabinets. They could have stapled the bad guys to the wall 'till the cops came. :twisted:

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Postby Michael Yeargain » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 1:25PM

Like we really get paid to do this stuff?
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Postby Brian Shannon » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 5:43PM

Sometimes it seems we could make more $ just flippin' burgers. :?

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Postby Mike Bowers » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 8:53PM

Brian Shannon wrote:Sometimes it seems we could make more $ just flippin' burgers. :?



2 dbl stacks with fries....Order in Brian...... :roll: I hear the minimum wage is going up
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Postby Michael Yeargain » Thu, Oct 18 2007, 9:10PM

With the amount of time I actually work in a day I probably do make less per hour that min wage.
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