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By towelwindow - / Wednesday 5 August 2009 14:53 / United States
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  RR05  |  0

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

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dude.....seriously....firstly in no way is volunteer work stupid, secondly you most likely will not be able to build lifetime friendships with this kind of attitude you are portraying in that comment and thirdly the word is naive there is an umlaut above the i but I am not sure which button I need to hit to get that.

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  miyon_fml  |  0

#19 you might want to run a spell check before you call someone stupid. And maybe when you get a little older and have to pay for your own insurance you will learn that some people can only afford minimum insurance which doesn't cover theft.

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  LP95  |  0

Here, the type of trolling i'll use will be agressive towards op, ilogically so: OMG YOU FUCKING PIECE OF SHIT WHY ARE YOU SO FUCKING NICE NICE PEOPLE ALWAYS FAIL AT EVERYTHING LOLOLOLOLLO I HOPE YOU DIE A PAINFUL DEATH WITH ALL YOUR OTHER NICE LOSERS YOU PIECE OF SHIT GO BE NICE IN HELL YOU STUPID FAGGOT

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  dbjb40  |  0

wow dude what the fuck is that for first volunteer work is not stupid when people need help its only right to help them its that kinda of fucked up shit thats gonna leave you alone for the rest of your fucked up life and second insurance doesnt always cover broken windows and stolen property do some fuckin research first

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  Phillay632  |  0

I agree, it may sound racist, but it's statistically accurate. I watch the local news every night and there are new robberies and break-ins reported every single time. I honestly can't recall when the last time I saw a photo or heard a description of the suspect and it wasn't of an African American. Maybe the news is racist for only reporting crimes with black suspects? Seriously, what are you supposed to say? Should we be ignorant and downplay it?

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  SuperSpore  |  0

#90: That's not what I see. I mostly see old, "white" guys. Though I don't watch the news that often. And I don't see many crimes. And I seem to end up seeing the parts about homocide.

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  fmlfmlfml15  |  0

i could tell he wanted something out of that volunteer work he did, because he use the words "out of the goodness of my heart" and he said "i didn't get paid'

By  someone2love  |  0

I was robbed too here recently. I am a single mother and had just bought a lot of new things a few months back with my hard earned tax return... and someone broke in and took everything. Right beside the office.

By  Dillybar  |  0

Save money and buy something besides an iPod. Those things are insanely overpriced. I got an 8 gig microSD card for my phone that was just 15 bucks and it's practically no different from any other mp3 player. As long as you have a phone with a 3.5mm headphone jack and all.

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  wbrycem  |  0

And if you only want your phone's battery to last a few hours. Mp3 players on phones eat up the battery, at least on mine it does. Just buy an mp3 player, and that way you can use your phone as a phone, and your mp3 player as an mp3 player.

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  Dillybar  |  0

I haven't tried maxing out my phone's battery life with just music, but I'm sure it's more than just a few hours. Just get a phone with a decent battery life or a couple battery replacements you can switch off with. Still cheaper.

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  tjh116  |  0

my front windshield was broken and i just payed the $300 instead of submitting it for my insurance company because of the ridiculous increase i would have had to pay on my premium. filing an insurance claim could possibly end up costing the OP more? maybe i'm not right, but its a possibility

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  SomeGuy1234  |  0

This would depend on the policy, some policies won't cover theft or damage to your car. I had an insurance policy that would only cover liability, in other words damage to someone else's car if I hit them.

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  aupilot  |  0

Most insurance deductibles are at least $500 (mine's $1,000) and many policies don't include theft of personal items. The OP might be able to get the iPod covered, if he has homeowner's or renter's insurance (which would typically cover theft of a personal item, even if it was in the car at the time).

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