unsuspicious_customers

unsuspicious_customers wrote

If you're able to get something from an easier store that you could also get at the hard store, then I'd do it at the easy store.

If you're caught, you'll see that it wasn't worth it and you'll feel like a complete idiot. Too many of our brothers have been caught at Target and got their lives ruined for it. I would just steer clear in general haha

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Reply to Holy shit! by GREED

unsuspicious_customers wrote

good job dude. today I went to t@rget with a friend and jesus christ that place is a huge fucking NOPE. cameras everywhere, so much security, and hardly any blind spots. Thank god we read up about it before going or we would've definitely stolen something and been caught, it was so tempting that i know i would've lifted something if i didn't know better. Fuck. That. Too many soldiers have fallen to T@rget

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unsuspicious_customers wrote

never lift if you're not comfortable man. Definitely a missed opportunity but whatever, you know? Plus, it might of made your friend see you in a different light and nobody likes that. You probably did the right thing in this situation

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unsuspicious_customers OP wrote

thank you! That's what we did at first, kept walking but then they kept yelling at us and it was sort of impossible to make it not obvious that we weren't listening.

I keep thinking back on it and how much i regret it, but especially how surprised i am on how not at all phased i am. For sure i'm not going to be lifting again any time soon, but it all just seems like some weird dream.

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unsuspicious_customers wrote

Our town is pretty small, not many stores to lift from, it’s hard to tell if In smaller towns stores will care more or less about looking into shop lifters. The ri+e aid has 0 cameras and the tags are fake (I think this goes for all ri+e aids) we sometimes go to a neighboring town to not always “shit where we sleep” but it’s very important to know what we are doing because being caught somewhere you live is much worse (bans, being recognized etc)

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unsuspicious_customers wrote

our town is pretty small, about 19,000 people. We have about 4 stores to lift from, but luckily we aren't addicted or anything. We make sure to not go into the stores wearing anything from the previous lifts (unless it was a few lifts ago) and wear our hair differently. It's pretty hard to find different jackets, though. Just don't be stupid, don't be super consistent with what you look like while lifting, and DO.YOUR.RESEARCH.

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