By Stupid - 18/09/2013 08:46 - United States - Lake Saint Louis
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Right. Because one form of stealing justifies another petty one. :p At least the university Told you their prices before you went, and you Still made the choice to go. No matter how I look at this, it's still your fault, sorry. ;p
1) How is it a protest if no one knows about it? 2) If giving people a free box of soya-milk would make them stop complaining, then they would take that deal without a second. You didn't hurt them one bit. 3) Really? A felony as a protest? How about the risk of getting kicked out, just for a box of soya-milk?
I don't think it was actually meant as a protest, it's just creative wording. It's more likely that OP wanted milk, didn't have enough money or wouldn't have had much left over had he bought it, thought about stealing it instead and 'justified' their actions by reminding themselves that the reason they didn't have much money was because they were having to pay ridonkulous amounts of tuition fees.
So stealing one box of milk was going to make a difference? C'mon OP really?
Well, obviously, you just need to follow the chaos theory: One box of soy milk missing will cause the math student to pick the one next to it, which unfortunately hasn't been refridgerated correctly. He'll get an upset stomach, which will cause him to miss the study session he planned for the next exam. His studying partner will then be affected enough to not study aswell, causing him to fail the exam, which will lead to his parents taking him out of school. His little sister will be upset about him coming back and vent to her best friend, who will be annoyed by this and gets abusive towards her pet dog. The dog will bite his owner when he returns home from work, who will yell at his co-worker the next day. The co-worker was fired that same day, which is why he'll snap and drive his car into the river to commit suicide. The news of this death will distract another car driver, who was listening to the radio, for long enough so that he crashes into a lantern on the college's campus, leaving it permanently out of angle, but not enough to warrant repairment immediately. 2 weeks later, a bird will land on said lantern, bringing it out of balance which causes it to crash into a window nearby, leaving the college to pay for the damages. An insanely nefarious plan, if I may say so myself.
It's a shame those high tuition fees don't pay for common sense.