Liftitbro

Liftitbro wrote

Reply to by Sh0plyft3r

Sounds a brilliant idea. I’ve just invested in a golf detacher so a video about how to use it properly and that would be great

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Liftitbro OP wrote

It's a slave system with a good disguise, and if everyone else seems ok with it , well, there's millions of us in our tribes/countries, so you'd never think differently because noone else really does. Unless you got hfa lol. Then you can't help but have a honest, raw view of the world. Unfortunately the world, or rather humans, aren't moving in a way forward that is conducive to the roots of human health and happiness, nor is it sustainable. So most autistics understand this in some way because most of them have been bullied and ostracised and know deep down that;s not how normal humans are there's something up with them. thats a lesson it took me a looong time to realise unfortunately

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Liftitbro OP wrote

Wow, you put it superbly. So much truth in your statements. Thank you for your input.

I may have only started lifting again after 3 years recently, about 4 months ago. It started small again, with food like steaks, cheese and wild salmon because i couldn't ever afford these foods in the quantities i was knicking and my body was/is quite malnourished due to an undetected infected root canal, which has taken my body down to the ground. Also dvds/blu rays for money.

Recently however I stepped it up big time compared to what i was used to doing. Coat walkouts are making a lot. I've been making more money than ever and I get a huge thrill as well as a big fuck you to the Establish-slave-ment AHEM Establish-ment.

I know I can always leave lifting to a later date but i also wonder/worry about how over the next decade it may become harder to shoplift. Of course the lifting community will find ways around it but who knows, maybe they'll leave it a good few years because the losses they make just aren't worth the total it would cost for each store to run their new systems. But it's just the guilt that my dad doesn't like it..

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Liftitbro OP wrote (edited )

I also believe the school system is so unnatural and can be extremely damaging to a childs development. Spending hours in that concentration camp AHEM school sat with limited bodily movement or stimulation, ike a slave to the teacher, learning for the most part useless mundane mind numbing shit. with a huge bunch of kids the majority of which are insecure and will do just about anything to fit in. when you look at it from this angle it is clear its a recipe for disaster. imo.

The people who own the big companies, reaping unimaginable sums of money.... all working together.. literally a tiny tiny portion of people 'owning' the vast majority of resources and humans (human resources) and reaping all of that profit, while the workers get paid like a few £ an hour. and they charge extortionate prices for their products for the most part.

Most of it is manufactured in countries where they're literally slaves, as in they'd probably die if they didn't work 7 days a week 14 hours a day for shitty western societies pleasure.

It's difficult but if they were to look one step further they'd realise if we boycott these corporations they would FINALLY be forced into actually listening to 'the consumer' aka us other human beings who have been sucked into instant gratification via addictive disease causing substances like sugar (carbs=sugar also what do we all eat? cereal/toast/porridge for breakfast, sandwich for lunch, more carbs for dinner and throw in 5 fruits a day like they tell you to and your bodily sugar intake per day is far far far exceeding what our bodies can handle.

Hence rates for the big killers like cancer and heart disease are so high. if you go minimal carb intake your body will begin enter ketosis burning fat for energy (providing you eat animal fat, like we were designed to) which is a far healthier, longer lasting and more energetic way to burn fuel than carbs. Think of carbs as being fuel for your car that burns crazy quick, and fat that burns slow as hell by comparison. anyway i ranted again sorry lol

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Liftitbro OP wrote

Reply to comment by BigThief in Lifting in home town? by Liftitbro

Thanks for your replies.

1)It’s a small to medium sized one between 50 and 100k people, so I wouldn’t be worried however the townCenter know my face due to being caught there few years ago and I go in there regularly... mainly to play table tennis lol.

  1. I don’t mind because unless it’s grocery shopping I never buy clothes or anything atall for that matter

  2. yes but I’m so depressed and suicidal that I I just simply couldn’t care anymore, if I’m honest. I rationalise like it’s not like I’m mugging old ladies or raping anyone.

I’m a piss poor aspergers guy with basically every mental health problem under the sun, hardly any of you so called family members are ever there for me any way.

That’s where I’ve made this mistake because I have made there job easier by doing this in my home town. Idiot me. I’m going to now lift out of town all the time from now on I think.

How far would you go out of town to be safe?

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Liftitbro wrote

Just got back, took a nice amount from the fitting room... however when i went into the health and beauty store, after browsing to see if there were any blindspots (think i may have made it a bit too obvious i was looking for blindspots in hindsight)here wasnt a single blindspot... upon getting near the entrance i see a security guard walk in. i havent ever seen a security guard at this retail park ever so i was like wtf. they must have been watching.

i had already stashed most of the clothes but was still wearing a concealed coat, so i was like shiit.... but rememberd ofcourse i concealed off cam so no worries. walked out and pretty sure he followed me out but that was the end of it. what a feeling though knowing they possibly knew id concealed all that stuff, but they cant do jack shit about it cause there is no evidence.

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Liftitbro wrote

shiiiit.

i nearly got caught today in tkmaxx. concealed a ton of clothing and walked out beeping.. a SA said excuse and ran up to me saying i beeped.. i said i beeped when i walked in.. she said did you pay for anything i said yes (even tho i didnt) she asked to look in my bags i said sorry ive gotta be somewhere..

then another employee came out and called the police i think. probably gunna come back to bite me as its in my own town and they know my face. was kinda stupid tbh i only got away with about £120 of stuff clothes too i shouldnt have risked it while the employee was still near the door.. but

fuck them, ill return and get more, conceal off camera and walk out again.

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Liftitbro OP wrote

For the first one i had to hang around for about 3 minutes outside pretending to be on the phone, I wore a nice hat, scarf and coat, as well as glasses for disguise to and to blend in as much as possible, it also can make you look smarter/more likely to be a office guy or something. When the sa went over to greet the other sa at the cash register and at the moment the 6 of their eyes weren't angled visually in my direction, I swooped in the 6 foot and grabbed it off the shelf and just turned my back to them instantly with the coat as little visible as possible walking out. Didn't hear anyone shout, booked it down the street out of sight within 15ft around the corner and away.

For the second I was walking on the opposite side of the street to this nice looking clothes shop. I approached the entrance door and instantly saw the reduced coats 8-10foot from the door so walked around the side where they had nice clothes and shoes on the windows. lurked for about 30 seconds and when i approached the entrance the SA was literally reshuffling and playing round with one of the coats and started walking away she didnt even see me and I just boldy walked in and grabbed it as she and the others weren't looking. and walked out.

I think with this it needs to be a good distance away from home and on a street preferably street corner with little human traffic, close to a lot of traffic to blend in in seconds like assassins creed shit lol. Pick the right time.. and get ready to run. if sa's chase which 99% they wouldn't, pull out a toy knife (if youre in the uk) maybe or pepper spray/deoderant can.. getting away is number 1 in this game.

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Liftitbro OP wrote

Update:

Had a rewarding day one of my best so far.. got £300 of cologne which was easy the sections right near the entrance so went there chucked 4 nice bottles in, walked around the outer edge of the cologne section and saw lp walking on the radio past me so i waited a second and walked right out beeping lol , a £199.99 reduced from £259 coat, £179.99 reduced from £299.99 coat both with both they were right by the door so waited for staff to be away and turn heads then grab... gutted i didnt grab more now i think i could have lol...12 blu rays £200 ish, and a nice £60 dressing gown.

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Liftitbro wrote

You could try going into the city and looking for expensive coats to resell, A friend has come across multiple stores with £250+ coats right near the front- no tags.... He walked in at a busy time and literally grabbed as many as possible and ran for it.

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