By dullstuff - 21/07/2011 12:34 - Belgium
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91, It's a long story, but you asked. He (I'll assume that..) for that matter was at PetLand, home of the puppy mill dogs, crowded places, a really huge pedophile attraction overall. He was simply browsing the puppies, hoping to lure a young girl into his trailer, and he found a poodle. He had read online that poodles were all the well, rage. So he adopted him. PetLand failed to do any background checks and overlooked any sex offender history, as is their way when their main goal is profit. Well, that's how he got his puppy.
Hey I know what it's like to have your bike stolen. I recently had my two day old bike stolen while I was in class. it was even under a CCTV camera but the dolts operating the security of the college didn't have half the cameras turned on because it was during the day and 'no one would steal a bike mid-day'...
we can assume there was something identifying about it. perhaps they had it repainted, damage to a particular area, paint scratches etc. its not difficult to identify your own property when its something you use all the time as it picks up identifiers. this however assumes the OP isnt a complete moron, so it could go either way.
It's not illegal to carry a knife at all. If you go to a placr like a store or something, that has a sign posted saying no weaponry/firearms whatever, then it IS illegal to have it, IF the blade is more tham 3 inches long. If it's shorter than three inches it technically doesn't qualify as a weapon. It's also illegal to have one at all in a federal building or past baggage check at an airport.
Grand Theft Auto: Bike Edition
well you have to rip off the bicycle seat and see to it he is anally raped by the pole while he makes his get away ;)