Torskion

Torskion wrote

Reply to by happymama

Oh man. This is a heist. My first step would be finding out how grills are normally sold- once purchased, do they give you a slip to ensure employees know you bought it? Does the cashier assist you in taking it out?

I would ask an employee with help bringing the grill out and with loading. Acting as if I had purchased it. And then once loaded, tip them and then drive away.

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Torskion wrote

Reply to by !deleted18811

Personally, I think the terms "left" and "right" are merely buzzwords that carry no meaning at all.

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Torskion wrote

Reply to skateboard?? by drshop

If you have a mall near you hit up a Zumiez. Their cases that they keep bearings and wheels in are often unsecured and you could lift them out of that. The decks are too large unless you plan on just booking it and not returning for a while. So you're better off buying one online or at a store. You can get good ones for 30$.

And yeah, Walmart boards are trash.

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Torskion wrote

Reply to by !deleted17466

My two big ones are to occasionally pay for something and to smile at employees. Oh and to avoid using the same spot to conceal

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Torskion wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted18811 in by !deleted18811

I agree with Ziq, honestly. It simply might not be worth it to work through a sea of assholes and bullies to reach the 1% of people worth defending. Especially if your life is on the line as it is with LGBT+ individuals.

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Torskion wrote

Reply to by !deleted13756

Probably not. Just ensure that LP isn't able to catch your license plate with the exterior cameras.

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Torskion wrote

Reply to comment by !deleted18216 in by !deleted18389

I haven't been able to learn specifics but on the LP subreddit they're talking about it like it's commonplace. One person said a system cost 30k. I'm sure Gucci and those other high-end stores have it too.

Within the next few years us lifters are going to have to up our game. Disguises, masks, etc..

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Torskion wrote

Reply to by !deleted18389

The one that surprised me was that LP are aware of what aisles in their stores are blindspots and have a general idea of how long someone who is just shopping spends in the aisle versus how long a lifter spends in it. Another is just how many stores sport facial recognition and PTZ cameras.

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Reply to comment by FreeIsForMe in by !deleted18216

What is don't understand is why they would use this round-about method. Why not just have a little slip behind the counter reminding the cashier of these things? It sounds like an ineffective use of their employees to make them walk around and manually remind the cashiers.

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