extremecouponing

extremecouponing OP wrote

I fuckin wish, my city isn't cool enough to have activist groups like that... however, would it be reasonably feasible to start something to that effect? What should I read to learn the most that I can about starting an organization like that? Totally cool if you don't have an answer, but holy cow I wanna do something more in the way of praxis than shoplift, travel sustainably, and call out the people in my town for being naïve, liberal dipshits

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extremecouponing wrote

You don't have to feel bad homie, as long as you steal from big businesses. Almost all of them have loss insurance, meaning they don't lose money when they lose goods, and even if they did lose the money, these are multibillion dollar companies that you are stealing from, and quite frankly you will always need the money more than them. It's okay

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extremecouponing wrote

Reply to comment by ziq in Community Chat Thread [Off-Topic] by Bandit

Alright, thank you ziq, this article is very helpful. I'll delete the comment although I think you can still see the reply hopefully. Either way, I'll delete the comment because you are absolutely right. Again, my apologies

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extremecouponing wrote

Reply to comment by ziq in Community Chat Thread [Off-Topic] by Bandit

Oh gosh okay, that's my bad. I hadn't seen anything about raddle etiquette before. That comment was meant in jest, but regardless I'm sorry for breaking etiquette.

However, just so I can learn, what real harm would such an allegation cause? Thanks in advance for your insight!

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extremecouponing wrote

Reply to by Jakkoo

Have an older friend who lives on their own order it on your behalf and just pay them back at your earliest convenience

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extremecouponing wrote

Reply to comment by snakez in Spotting lp by Hardlyworking4

/u/skardo

Ableism is basically just discrimination against disabled people, thus ableist language is somewhat harmful towards certain disabled individuals.

/u/larryxkf77

Grammar policing also has some ableist/classist undertones if you care. I don't mean to nitpick though, just a consideration 🤷‍♀️

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extremecouponing wrote

Try going right before close, I've found that that's the best time to lift from my local mall. There will only be one employee, who might be occupied with other things, which gives you good opportunities to conceal. Also, at the end of their shifts they might be tired and get lazy, making it that much easier to lift and conceal. I stole a $250 coat from a similarly small store when I was one of two customers in a store with two SA's, because both were lazy as fuck about watching me. And worst case scenario, mall security is also not at the top of their game by the end of the shift. I got away with a $100+ H and M walkout the other day due to all of these factors. Walked right past mall security and then they tried to stop me 5 seconds after I passed them, when I was already out the door

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