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By petra84 / Monday 22 October 2012 22:34 / United States - Evans
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By  Corwin02  |  10

Makes no difference if he switched them, you loaned your friend a good working saw he has to return a good working saw. As a last resort you could try to involve the police for theft but I would first try peer pressure and involve his parents

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By  Corwin02  |  10

Makes no difference if he switched them, you loaned your friend a good working saw he has to return a good working saw. As a last resort you could try to involve the police for theft but I would first try peer pressure and involve his parents

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  Reality_bites  |  14

Yes but the problem here is that the OP now needs to prove its theirs, by way of a receipt or something that shows the goods belong to them. Not everyone keeps the receipts or engraves their valuables.

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  05PP1  |  17

A good working saw? Did you miss the part where he said the blade was missing and the cord was cut?

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  bioboy725  |  10

He said he has to return a good working saw. He means even if it was the same saw, but broken beyond repair, that he (the friend) should buy a new one that does work.

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  tattoo88  |  4

No one is saying he is a teen but obviously he is his peer because, he is borrowing tools an things. An him not answering door screams immature.

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  onlychildFTW  |  33

Yeah this guys right. He's not a friend. I'd knock on his door and stay low out of sight of the peep hole. Then when he opens it kick him in the balls. Throw his saw back at him and then take mine back. But that's just me.

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  EmiEvelyn  |  12

Damage is visible. Kick to the balls hurt more and not as much of a chance to hurt yourself. Also more likely to go to the police for getting punched in the face than getting kicked in the balls

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