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Old 11-26-2008, 01:33 PM   #26 (permalink)
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Decided better against that.
That's a shame

Ok, so my 2nd question is....

Did you ask your friends that shill bid on your eBay items? Maybe they took your stuff.
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Old 11-26-2008, 02:11 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Pretty sure he meant Federline was guilty of bad taste... nothing towards you.

As in my first post, I appologize, sounded like an auto burg to me. Hope you get all your stuff back, but its highly unlikely. Thank god for insurance.

On a side note... Technology has advanced to the point that keys can be duplicated from a simple picture.... Thieves have this technology locally and one which was caught admitted it was common now with locals... I highly recommend as advice to all my fellow board members, if you do not have an alarm system, get one... and use it, even in the stay mode while at home.... with punishments not being inforced as heavily today, crooks are getting braver and violent crimes are common, such as home invasions, etc....

To all a safe and good holiday!
Well here in KY we are allowed to shoot first and ask questions later if someone breaks in, so they will be getting a gutshot if they come in my house.
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Old 11-26-2008, 02:33 PM   #28 (permalink)
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Well here in KY we are allowed to shoot first and ask questions later if someone breaks in, so they will be getting a gutshot if they come in my house.
LOL! Maybe I should move there and away from the Tree hugging liberals of CA!
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Old 11-26-2008, 02:55 PM   #29 (permalink)
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Providing you get past my Weimaraner and my Black Lab (using my foster weim as the alarm since he's near most of the lower level windows and door)..you'll be greated by Mr. Remington followed by Mr. Savage or Mr. Mossberg. I'd use Mr. Encore, but he smokes a lot And if you run..MR. Silverado with his 4x4 capabilites will find you!
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Old 11-26-2008, 05:40 PM   #30 (permalink)
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Somebody broke into my window, and stole all these items


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While I was at school they stole my things.


Just my luck

More than likely, the deductible is more than the value of everything you listed. Homeowners' insurance is most likely to carry a 1% deductible unless the purchaser is willing to pay a higher premium. Bummer.

As for a "diamond ring", if it's not scheduled as personal property under a rider on the insurance policy ... don't expect to get much, if anything, for it. There is usually a max amount on a homowner's policy for jewelry before adding a rider for scheduled pieces.
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This thread is earning classic status very quickly! Nice to see my Federline comment from the other thread made an impression on most of you. Also, Mark, take it easy on the druggies. Have you ever played XBox while high? Perhaps you should expand your horizons.
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Also, Mark, take it easy on the druggies. Have you ever played XBox while high? Perhaps you should expand your horizons.
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Old 11-29-2008, 11:45 PM   #34 (permalink)
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At least they didn't get your Rick Mirer RC collection!
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Providing you get past my Weimaraner and my Black Lab (using my foster weim as the alarm since he's near most of the lower level windows and door)..you'll be greated by Mr. Remington followed by Mr. Savage or Mr. Mossberg. I'd use Mr. Encore, but he smokes a lot And if you run..MR. Silverado with his 4x4 capabilites will find you!
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America has changed KD. I love my county, but also love my stuff. I grew up in a repressed rural where values and your word count. I work hard for my stuff and despise the fact that someone can walk into my house take it, and with a technicality get away scott free (or worse yet the all to famous wrongful death lawsuit). Stealing it wrong. This country is great. If there is something you want, go get a job, work hard, and take the money you've earned and go buy it.
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America has changed KD. I love my county, but also love my stuff. I grew up in a repressed rural where values and your word count. I work hard for my stuff and despise the fact that someone can walk into my house take it, and with a technicality get away scott free (or worse yet the all to famous wrongful death lawsuit). Stealing it wrong. This country is great. If there is something you want, go get a job, work hard, and take the money you've earned and go buy it.
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I know all to well. My inlaws got hit 2 years ago and I got hit 4 years ago. Breaking into my car never bothered me. But entering my house still freaks me out today. There was a line crossed when my house was entered (thankfully it was only my garage, but we were home at the time, but they still got a firearm I had temporarly set in the garage overnight).

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Not all of them. I have some of the best paralegals in the world and they are 22-23 years old. The problem is for every one of them there are 5-10 that just don't get it.

I blame it on things like attendance trophies and not being able to use red ink. These kids (I'm 31, its not like I'm old) come in and expect to be coddled. I actually had a 22 year old (male) paralegal start crying when I corrected a brief he wrote in red ink... he doesn't work for me any more.
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