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By rugernut13 - / Friday 16 October 2009 04:47 / United States
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By  _Mazza_  |  0

Judging from how you said that, it sounds like the window hasn't been able to roll up for a while now. Why in the world wouldn't you fix it? It's surprising your car hasn't been stolen.

By  _whatever_77  |  0

Attention American stupids: the economy sucks. When the economy sucks, crime increases. When it comes closer to Christmas time, crime ALWAYS increases. Lock up and protect your shit... or else people WILL assume you don't want it. You completely deserved it for being a retard. How about next time you purchase a brand new computer, you place the empty box out for trash pickup... and then freak out when someone breaks into your house and steals said computer!?! Your fault! People never cease to amaze me.

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By  _whatever_77  |  0

Attention American stupids: the economy sucks. When the economy sucks, crime increases. When it comes closer to Christmas time, crime ALWAYS increases. Lock up and protect your shit... or else people WILL assume you don't want it. You completely deserved it for being a retard. How about next time you purchase a brand new computer, you place the empty box out for trash pickup... and then freak out when someone breaks into your house and steals said computer!?! Your fault! People never cease to amaze me.

By  _Mazza_  |  0

Judging from how you said that, it sounds like the window hasn't been able to roll up for a while now. Why in the world wouldn't you fix it? It's surprising your car hasn't been stolen.

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  kingmuffinz  |  0

Usually to pop the hood of the car you need to flip a switch in the car next to the driver's side. Since the window was broken the thief had no problem getting to the switch. This actually reminds me of the senior prank of my old school. They went and stole all the buses batteries and put them near the elementary school across the road

By  armageddillo  |  0

agreeing with consensus. While what happened sucks, if there's such an obvious problem with your car's security, you shouldn't be suprised when someone takes advantage of it. If the front door of my house didn't lock, I'd only have myself to blame if someone broke in and stole something. if you have something worth protecting, spending the money to ensure its safety is essential.

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  boatkicker  |  4

Replacement doorknob so your house locks: $15 or less, and you can install it yourself in 15minutes Replacement window: for my car would cost about $200 See, the economy sucks right now, and it's become a lot harder to save even that little bit. groceries, rent, gas for the car, and electricity come before new window. And at that point, at least for me, it would take a couple weeks to save up to replace my window. Do I deserve to have my car battery stolen because I am broke? That's stupid logic. How am I supposed to go to work to make more money to fix my window, if my battery is gone?

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  noName123456  |  0

its not his fault his window broke and he didnt have the money to fix it if he had the money and was too damn lazy then it would have been his fault but was he supposed to steal a new window? Any way that sucks atleast on my car if the its locked the alarm goes off if someone pops the hood or the truck or the gas latch or if the gas door is already poped annd i put gas in it or sometimes if its not locked and i put gas in it half way through re fueling jees my alarm sucks

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