Throwdown321

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Throwdown321 wrote

UNIQLO. You couldve probably just "tried" on and wore the jacket, carrying under your arm and not trying it on is a surefire way to say im going to lift this. you probably shouldnt go to this store for at least a month, probably go look at other uniqlos.

Reply to comment by /u/Lifted_Hickory in The spouse by /u/lift2lift

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Throwdown321 wrote

if she is 100% against, which she is, i would just hide the stuff. only lift for yourself, because it might strain your relationship with her, everything/time she notices you stealing. if there is like a private place you can store it in, like someones house or storage, that would be good. its probably just a good idea to sell it as soon as you lift the item, to arouse less suspicion.

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Throwdown321 wrote

black friday, means many stores have items that are normally locked up is more likely in the open. walmart is probably the easiest, if you can actually drive, you can go to more walmarts at once, if they are close to each other. yea this method is pretty suspicious, and LP easily knows what your doing. Alot of chains have security and lp watch the checkouts now, so its much harder to do fake scans now.

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Throwdown321 wrote

single moms struggle too much, because of the husband ditching them, it happens the other way around to, where the wife takes everything and ditches the kids and husband. I assume you meant high shrink area, Have you tried looking into other stores that are not in high shrink, like in malls, sometimes large chain stores are attached to those malls, and they often are easier to lift from, also there are blindspots, and multiple entrances.

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Throwdown321 wrote

Usually people get kicked out when they come out as liking the same gender, or not a hetero. religious people seriously need to calm down and be more concerned about pedophilia in thier organizations, of which they are ok with having.

for the wife, wasnt there a point when she gets tired of you stealing? or what was her reaction when she found out you shoplift?

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Throwdown321 wrote (edited )

depends on which store you hitting, I heard walmart is pretty popular for computer parts, and consoles. Since only targets is the major chain, they are way to weary. based on the original subreddit, it seems alot easier, they will have more items not locked up, Some stores might have increased security, if you know the layout and blindspot of the store use those.

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Throwdown321 wrote

A gameboy advance, twice, color multiple times. originally from best buys in early 2000s, judging by the consoles, and when they dint bother to put any in alpha cases. Other than that ive stolen stuff that almost equal to 100$, like packs of mtg up to 80-100 dollars at once. But never something in the hundreds like some people on here, Im not the sophisticated yet. It appears the more dollar amount you want, you need to have something like s3 keys, tubular locks and the ability to remove tags.