DapperDan

DapperDan wrote

Sue the hell out of them.Depending on their procedures the LP guy might get fired to boot.This is why alot of stores are hands off now.They'd rather let merch walk than have to deal with situations like this.

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DapperDan wrote

I think theres a point where you realize you're so far ahead in the game that's it time to walk away.I've scaled back extensively in my lifting because I realize how much I've gotten away with and started getting sloppy/not caring.

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DapperDan wrote

I've never been to a Walgreens that didn't have a blind spot.Usually the paper towel/toilet paper aisle.Not Walgreens but I've noticed CVS has self checkouts now.Tells me they dgaf.Either store is fairly easy.

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DapperDan wrote

So it seems all bets are off with them.Dude gets stopped for $18 worth of goods.I've heard they dont fuck with under $25 but apparently it depends on the store.

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DapperDan OP wrote

They did at the group checkout but again I was at the one to the side if you know what I'm talking about.It was overhead view only.It just showed me awkwardly trying to scan the damn thing by swiping it several times.But yes I think its the weird motion that triggered it.

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Reply to harbr fr8t by zx1300

DapperDan wrote

I've only snagged pocketable stuff.Seems there's always someone at a register or two and they have headsets.So I don't know how a walkout would work or if they chase.If you're ballsy enough then go on a Saturday when they're super busy.

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DapperDan wrote

Try to keep them upright or completely horizontal in your pocket.Another is to buy something small and noisy.Bag of candy,etc.Keep making noise with it lol.Silly but it works.

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Reply to comment by DapperDan in A story... by Hardlyworking4

DapperDan wrote

The moral law still applies and was in place before the ten commandments.9 of the 10 commandments are in regard to dealing with fellow man.But yes the old testament is descriptive not prescriptive.It was a covenant God had with jews at the time.Its sad to see people still trying to put us under the law.

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