Last year I was called for jury duty on a guy who came home and found his wife doing this other guy in their bed. It sounded like the wife had done this on purpose. The guy was on trial for hitting his wife and as the details began to unfold, it was clear in my mind that he was getting a pass from me. So yeah, if you're wife is doing some guy in your bed and you lose it and hit her, you get a free pass if I'm on your jury. It's like the Texas law of "He needed shootin'." The same is true for when you lose your cool and beat a shoplifter with a blunt object.
I was talking with a friend today at the counter about the new camera system going in soon when this punk kid goes behind the nearby shelves and starts to act peculiar. This is an area that has had a problem with "pilferage" in the past, a term used to describe when product is taken to a lesser observed location and stolen, often by dumping the packaging. I started paying lots of attention to the kid and when I finally moved over to confront him, he had managed to dump three unrelated items on the nearby shelves. Unbelievable.
Hangin's too goood for 'im, burnin's too good for 'im,ReplyDelete
He should be CUT INTO ITSY BITSY PIECES AND BURIED ALIVE!!!!
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I say castrate em. That'll teach the varmints.ReplyDelete
That sort of thing makes my knuckles itch. I want my friendly local gaming store to stay around!ReplyDelete
Especially cause I still haven't gotten around to printing up cards for the bulletin board yet...
Hi Gary, I'm wondering if you can pull a "still mug shot" off your video cam and post it buy the register for your employees to keep on eye on "suspicious persons". Just a thought.ReplyDelete
Yes, the system isn't installed for another week but the cameras are high quality and it will allow me to output stills. I'll have to be careful how I go about doing it though, there are legal issues with having mugshots around. It's not that I won't do it, but I'll be careful about it.ReplyDelete
There are problems with printing stills, not the least of which is retaliation.ReplyDelete
Litigation comes to mind. Even if you are right it could cost you way too much money.
I agree with the itsy bitsy, buried alive verdict. But I have always been one for exacting personal vengeance.
I meant that the pics are posted privately by the register are in "the office", not in full view of the public.ReplyDelete
I remember the days when merchants would post the "bad checks" that were returned to them on the customer side of the counter.ReplyDelete
Public shame is a good deterrent to crime.