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Police Department acts petty and attempts to joke about a man's arrest.: Northeast Police Department Tuesday at 9:45 AM . K ***CART AND SAVE** A 22-year-old male from Providence Village had no issues paying for the items he purchased at the Cross Roads Walmart. He did, however, have an issue with the merchandise that he purchased. Apparently, he had no way to transport the items that he bought, home with him. Thinking about it, the male walked out of the store, merchandise still in a shopping cart, crossed the parking lot hitting the road and never looking back. Believing that he had made a clean get-away, the male made it to Fishtrap Road pushing "his" shopping cart containing his recently purchased goods. That was until he was found impeding traffic and was spotted by a Northeast Police Officer. When stopped and questioned about the situation, and the reason for possessing the shopping cart, the male had no valid answer. He could only say to the officer that he would've probably return the cart one day. This incident lead to the subject's arrest for Theft of Property $100<$750, for stealing a shopping cart, which by the way are more expensive than you think. The male was transported and booked into the Denton County Correctional Center where he will probably become more of an on-line shopper from here on out. 8K 3,873 shares All Comments I Bet You Were Totally Unprepared For The Response Your Post Is Getting 1 Like Reply 9m Write a reply... What is wrong with you scumbags? Reply Like 12h I am a local criminal defense attorney. If anyone knows the person that was arrested, please let them know that I will be honored to represent them for free on this shopping cart theft charge. I will also replace the groceries that were unexpectedly taken from this individual. 15K Like 1d Reply I understand "theft is theft"! And I do not know the circumstances, but did Walmart know he took off with the cart?? I seriously doubt it! So you could have easily taken him and his groceries home and helped him return the cart! Instead you publicly shame them and bully them! This is not funny and very tasteless! Here is my hashtag for you!!! #whathappenedtoprotectandSERVE 5.9K Like 1d Reply He stole. What if it was your child's bicycle out of your front yard? That would be different, right? It's NOT different. Theft is theft. 164 Like Reply 1d if someone stole my kids bike to take groceries home, they need it more than my child does and it's time to buy a new Christmas item for my children. I would teach them compassion. 499 Reply Like 1d Can't say this is one to be proud of and certainly not one to boast and make a joke of publicly... probably would have better use of time and money to have the guy walk it back and into the Walmart, and then offer him a ride home with his groceries (or don't). I'm not condoning his taking the cart, but if you're going to throw out the grace cards from time to time like we've seen with picking up the groceries for folks taking a loaf of bread/formula etc in their time of need, or mistakes in the circumstances that don't cause harm to others, I think this is one of those times to throw the grace card and make a difference in the life of another, for good, not make matters worse. Jail time and loss of the likely few groceries he could afford with a simple put-it-back solution??? This was a for the Northeast PD, in my book. big Y'all still have my respect as men and women of service, as all who serve do, but a move like this, especially making a joke about it, is just going to trivialize and negate any acts of kindness you do going forward to make up for the loss here. #CartAndSaveShould Have BeenASave For TheManAndNotTheCart 344 Like Renly 1d Police Department acts petty and attempts to joke about a man's arrest.

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/u/Wyrden666 posted a paper they got in school, here's the coloured version in a magazine: Tracks 8-9 TF Activities B1-B2 LANGUAGE CD VIRAL SLANG Slang is languac used in informa these days, onlin usually seen as "inappropriate fe contexts". That de mean it's not worth lea After all. it's the English thas eople are widely and, hat is SHE'S GHOSTING ME or formal LOWKEY IN LOVE WITH YOU using right now. TASK Test your knowledge and expand your slang vocabulary. Do you understand what the people are saying? CALL A MEDIC, SOMEONE GOT BURNED THAT TEST? e Crime COME SLAYED IT ON-SPILL THE TEA we reported on epfakes". Now the first committed using mainly on video, but used for voices, too. t to copy the voice erman multinationals y (= daughter hey then called branch and asked him to a client account or did so -it wasn't p do, and of course he THAT'S ODE GUCCI! A Idid very well in that test. B Tell me all the juicy* details. WEIRD C That's incredibly cool. FLEX BUT D Why are you acting as though you're doing something bad? OK. E We're huge fans. We love it. ttle later. This time, he person they called one to the real boss, S. It was too late to ough, and the thieves O. F i'm secretly in love with you. G That was a very cruel and very accurate insult* She's ignoring all my texts, calls and H DMs* I That's a strange thing to boast* about, but if that's what you're proud of.. OMG WE STAN! WHY'RE YOU BEING SO SUS? Solutions on the CD, in the TF and next month on the Bridge website GLOSSARY* juicy- especially interesting (because they are shocking or very personal) insult-an offensive thing to say DMs-direct messages to boast-to speak too proudly about something you've done 1 BRIDGE/November 2019 19 /u/Wyrden666 posted a paper they got in school, here's the coloured version in a magazine

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I dare ya to prove this genius wrong ! (extract from a Cracked.com article): So, here's a weird question: If the people who run Exxon (or Walmart, or Goldman Sachs) wound up standing betore God on Judgment Day, surely they'd have to answer for the pollution, tax evasion, wage theft, and whatever backroom deals were made to keep politicians on their side. But in their "positive" column, would the Exxon guys get credit for all of the oil? You know, the fuel that ran the ambulances that took sick people to the hospital, and the farm equipment that grew food for hungry people, and the cars that let people travel to visit lonely relatives? The rich venture capitalist who screwed his employees and owned two sweatshops, but who also invested money in a new life-saving treatment for heart disease -- does he get credit for all of the sick people the invention healed? The Internet loves viral stories about corrupt cops -- do the corrupt cops, upon judgment, get credit for all of the lives they saved and crimes they stopped prevented? Does Steve Jobs only hear about the dead workers at or Foxconn, or does he also get credit for all of the happiness his gadgets have brought people? Does Monsanto get credit for all that corn? Why not? Why would all of the things productive people produce be taken for granted? And we do take them for granted. If I tell you that workers are better off today because the average 1970 worker couldn't afford a smartphone or Internet access regardless of their income, you'll roll your eyes and say, "Well duh, those things didn't exist back then!" OK, so we just take the continued invention of these marvels as if it's as inevitable as the rising of the sun, rather than the dedicated work of people taking risks and getting up early in the morning when they'd prefer to stay home and browse porn? Why can't we acknowledge that those inventions happen because right now we have a system that encourages and rewards their invention? Or that the same system that gave you your iPhone also gave you job uncertainty and poor health benefits? Millions of the people who take to the Internet and scream about how Walmart treats its employees can, in fact, boast that they don't do the same to their employees, but only because they don't have any employees. Because they've never taken that risk or put in those 100-hour weeks to build something up from nothing. So in the process of hating the people who have, shouldn't we also appreciate that our homes are full of the stuff they gave us access to? I know from experience that many of you reading that point not only disagree with it, but are physically angry by it. Actually, you want the world to be bad because it gives you an excuse to withdraw from it. actually made - 7 Reasons the World Looks Worse Than It Really Is, by David Wong I dare ya to prove this genius wrong ! (extract from a Cracked.com article)
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