atusim

atusim wrote (edited )

Reply to comment by dontmakemethinkofaname in by Username123

Allz I'm tryn say is: if life & ppl have treated u so harshly that you're thinking of killing urself... maybe it's time for a rethink...in that maybe you need to become harsh urself in order to survive...

look at s.america...after finding out that nobody really helps in poverty, they started selling drugz & ruining other pplz life...for cash..

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atusim wrote (edited )

Reply to by Username123

Also 20 feet is a recoverable fall....I think... since you're ready to victimize yourself.....have u thought of victimizing someone else & help yourself... I was also at a stage of offing myself about 3 to 4 years ago.... but after a lot of research, my new motto is:
homic__de over suic__de that is I would rather k_ill someone else for gain, than k_ill myself...

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atusim wrote

Reply to by Username123

cyanide powder is commonly used by those who are in the gold business..

There's other ways to ending it quickly....Jumping from a high rise building... or jumping in front of a train... or jumping from a bridge into a river (not for me)...

Lot's of ppl have switched themselves off using the above 3 methods...

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atusim wrote

Reply to by !deleted25169

go for it....the credit card dealers have transactions in the billions of dollars...they really dont care about a few thousands..

there is 1 problem in that a police report of the missing wallet may be asked by the companies...

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atusim wrote

Reply to by !deleted34483

you're fine... the store won't bother with you guys... but you really can't go to that store for the next 6 months or more... as the staff has seen your faces clearly...and spoken with you'all as well.. this means that they have your profile in their mind...they won't forget that easily... also think about the use if any of stealing clothes, food etc... things that ur parents give you guys anyways... it is risky & unnecessary to steal low value goods..

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atusim wrote

Reply to comment by chris2c in A word of warning by RocketFuel

there used to be a reddit...that was s good place...even this site is okay advise wise...you just have to be careful...try out some of the ideas given...but be prepared to dump items..and walk out empty handed...in case u notice any suspect behaviors around you...

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atusim wrote

As you've said above...that was REALLY a red flag..any experienced shoplifter would have promptly left the store empty handed.. but at 16...you did what you thought was best.. for me, ANY conversation with anybody that I didn't initiate while I am shoplifting ..is a warning that I am under suspicion...

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atusim wrote

Kudos..on getting the hoodie...couple of point's ...the real moral of your story... is to be instantly suspicious of uninitiated conversation with any store employee.. your guess about the bulge being spotted is correct...the same bulge spotting happened to me..in my case it was protein powder packets... however I would have dumped the hoodie ..and walked away empty handed...no point in being fined or getting a record for a low value item...

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atusim wrote

Agreed....a plain easy english language...like this one..is certain to have all kinds of ppl reading it...such as lp, phulice, shop owners etc...as such is better to be wary of mischievous behavior from those at the losing end of borrowing..

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atusim wrote

just do it...just be sneaky & cunning about it..steal food items that are packed in flat packets..think cheese slices...chocolate bars...so they won't show through your clothes...go to a quiet aisle which doesn't have cameras if possible...shove items quickly into your underwear waist elastic..and ur two front pant pockets.. remember to stand behind a shopping cart..while hiding the items to avoid being seen.. remember to keep ur two front pants pockets empty b4 u walk into the store..

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atusim wrote

Reply to by !deleted21328

There's no telling what behaviors to expect from the staff...sometimes they act like they don't care if someone took something...sometimes they act like you took some personal valuables from them..sometimes they just want the borrower to suffer...I think if you looked physically intimidating that she wouldn't have chased you or called you out loudly...

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atusim wrote

I haven't done forcible breakins..only shoplifting... it seems like breaking the glass...then hiding for 10 minutes..then entering the facility for borrowing...seems to be the safest...to state the obvious there may be alarms triggered that may bring the cops to the store..

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atusim wrote

Reply to by !deleted30160

So it's goodbye to borrowing for you...That's great..You got a job bcoz u weren't idle..and worked hard at acquiring retailing skills when jobless..

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atusim wrote

Reply to by thievin_shliev

To answer 1 of your questions: >>Do they know the blind corners and watch for people who go there and act suspicious? You should assume that the staff does know about the blind spots & watch persons who go there. Bcoz the staff is usually there for many hours every day. The store may also have caught someone else in that blind spot before. So it is good practice to assume that staff knows more than you. Of course this doesn't mean that you cannot hide things in a blind spot, it means that you should be observant of people around the blind spot & also be really quick when hiding things..

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atusim wrote

You're understanding of the walkout method is somewhat correct...but walking out of the store without getting caught or stopped is not that simple..while picking up the items u will have to ensure that there are no alarm tags, u will have to be careful of overhead cctv cameras so that no one sees you..also you will have to be careful that no other customers or undercover employees around become suspicious of your activities... there may also be some watchful employees lurking around near the exit...

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