batmanrichard

batmanrichard wrote

Reply to comment by theremedyman in stolen trailer by dopesick

2000 is the rating I always see but it may be less than 3000 by the law, depends on state for sure too. I remember the origin certificate being a bad photocopy with a handwritten serial number at the bottom. It looked like a poorly forged birth certificate or diploma.
If I really wanted one I'd buy a trailer at a tool store, pull the origin certificate out in the parking lot and then return. I wouldn't be surprised if they were zip tied to the display models either. I doubt you'd get stopped for plucking a piece of paper out.

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batmanrichard wrote

I doubt you're 'intimately aware' of all types of people. You're assuming everyone is some weird pervert and they deserve your derision as a group. For your 'curiousity' though the truth is there's alot of good people born with a lazy eye that develops terrible social anxiety. They can get kind words and intimacy and build up their confidence for life but they have to resort to paying for it. Illegal unfortunately, so double your chance of getting ripped off or criminalized.

Please don't shame others living a different life than you. You are never so intimately aware until you've walked that path yourself.

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batmanrichard wrote

You can learn how to pick simple locks in about 5 minutes from videos. I never got good at harder ones. Most padlocks are basically all easy. Nearly all home door/deadbolt locks are hard, I have gotten the feel for one once but that's it. I mention this because when I first tried using a lockpick kit, I used my home door and almost gave up because of it.

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batmanrichard wrote

Reply to stolen trailer by dopesick

Depends on size. If it's under 2000lb GVW you need manufacturer origin certificate which are cheap chinese printable and no DMV desk person will look twice. Say you bought it at Northern T00l or Rura1 K1ng and they'll give you a new title and sticker for $25 depending on state.
10000lb and over are tracked as much as a regular vehicle and sometimes more the way highway patrol works.
If you want to sell without title you could. Farmers will look for trailers on craigslist and they don't care about title. Make sure you advertise away from where you picked it up and maybe in a rural area. I hope you didn't pick this up from some regular dude.

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batmanrichard wrote

Steal utilities: cut your meter tag at the base where it meets the plastic. Turn off your house breaker. Pull the meter. Run a wire from the top of one hot side to the bottom of that same side. This has to be done energized so know your electrical stuff and have steady hands or you will be harmed. Jam the meter on, put the tag back and bend the lock wire so it rests and looks closed. meter guy never looks close. You now have a 20-40% electricity discount. Don't be the original owner so you can blame it on the previous owner if they find it. They won't though.

Steal gas: Go to the rental car facility, not the airport one. There's a pump out back. They can also be found at bigger construction yard places, usually only diesel though if that's what you want. Easy to spot, usually a tank on a 12 foot stand since it's gravity fed. I've done both of these, the diesel several times from a douschey company I used to work for. Wait until all the crews are out for the day. 8am-10am is the sweet spot, all the office people are still doing work and not looking out the window.

"There's nothing I'd want to buy from Amazon." Lie. Amazon has bluetooth headphones and cat trees and fleshlights and crocs and anything else that someone with a pulse and a credit card can ask for. Order it and DNA it

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batmanrichard wrote

What's the setting? Old west? Kick in the front door after everybody's gone. Today? Nearly all nice places have a cheap wireless s1mplysafe or similar. Need to steal the code with binoculars or watch a kid punch it in or a 60 second smash and grab.

News story from my area: Guys drive around the rich parts of town til they say a nice grill and some Cubs stuff. They steal the grill then give it back two weeks later with 6 nice cubs tickets and a sorry my kid stole note. During the game they bring in a moving van and unload the place. Story was from about 15 years ago, can't base something like that today, anybody with any remotely valuable items has some kind of cheap easy web based security.

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batmanrichard wrote

I use these services sometimes, I'm pretty good at avoiding scams and catfish. Ask me for a $10 donation before meet? No way. I use a google number or borrow a company cell I have access to when I do, anybody that wants to chase my info down through those, good luck. I am paranoid of somebody getting my plate when I'm there or taking pictures, there could be blackmail. If you're actually going to be meeting, there's alot of money in upselling or taking money and chasing them off but there's some personal danger in that. I've been had two or three times like that. It stings but my only option is to get aggressive and I don't do that, some dudes may.

There are guys that donate money online prior but it's not usually much. Write yourself some fake reviews over a period of time and you're more likely to get some of those.

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