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35 responses to Tumblr Gets Deep (21 Pics)

    1. I’ve honestly never had to “defend myself” against shoplifters, and I’d be more concerned about the loony with the gun shooting someone for filching bagels.

      1. Robbery is the crime of taking or attempting to take something of value by force or threat of force or by putting the victim in fear.

        1. Actually Rob – that is Strong Arm Robbery. Robbery occurs when something is taken from a person. Burglary happens when something is taken from a place without a person present.
          If your wallet was lifted from your pocket, you were robbed. If you apartment was broken into while you are on vacation, you were burgled.

          1. In precise legal terms, robbery differs from simple theft in its use of violence and intimidation, although the words rob and robbery are often used informally to mean simple theft.

            rob·ber·y
            The act or an instance of unlawfully taking the property of another by the use of violence or intimidation.

            American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition.

            robbery
            1. (Law) criminal law the stealing of property from a person by using or threatening to use force
            2. the act or an instance of robbing

            Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014

            rob•ber•y
            n., pl. -ber•ies.
            1. the act or practice of robbing.
            2. the felonious taking of property from another’s person by violence or intimidation.

            Random House Kernerman Webster’s College Dictionary

          2. Can we all agree the original poster/troll was not suggesting armed vigilantism as appropriate recourse for the simple theft of baked goods?

          3. @Judge Dredd

            To be fair, if someone got shot whilst attempting to steal baked goods it would probably be in Florida.

            On a more serious note, I googled “person shot whilst shoplifting” and found that in Orlando, Florida, a 19 year old was fatally shot by another customer who suspected him of stealing nappies from a Wal-Mart, only a few months ago. So I was close.

          4. @Maxie

            And that’s why we all should carry guns everywhere. So that each of us can use our personal judgment in deciding when other people should be shot for crimes we suspect they may be committing.

      2. A few years back, a “juggalo” couple killed a couple of police officers eating lunch at a Cici’s pizza in Las Vegas. They then ran across the parking lot into a Walmart and started shooting, killing 1 person inside the front door. A shopper and concealed carry permit holder, Joseph Robert Wilcox, was lining up his shot at the male “juggalo” when the female “juggalo” came up behind him and shot & killed him. He died a hero, trying to defend the lives of people shopping. Fucking juggalos.

        1. That reminds of the story of the concerned Wal-Mart shopper who called the cops on another shopper walking around brandishing a gun. He called the police, but they didn’t arrive in time, and the guy brandishing the gun shot three people before he was subdued. If only that concerned shopper had been carrying a gun too, he could have saved one dead person and two who were seriously injured!

          Oh no wait, my bad. I got part of the story wrong. What happened in real life is that the guy brandishing the gun was actually an innocent father checking out a toy. The cops arrived and promptly killed him. If only the concerned shopper had had a gun, he could have killed the innocent man himself instead of waiting around for the police to do it!

        2. There were armed policemen in the Pulse Nightclub, and that obviously turned out well. There were no causalities, right?

          Bagged milk is really stupid, though. Apparently you pour it into a jug, so you’re still using it like a jug of milk, only it’s harder to transport home from the store because it’s in a thin bag rather than a sturdy carton or plastic jug. Also the bags are clear and that’s actually bad for milk to be that exposed to light.

          1. Apparently you’ve never purchased milk in the U.S., where milk is sold in clear plastic jugs.

    2. From what? You aren’t being robbed! Walmart is the one being robbed, and they have chosen NOT to have armed guards/cashiers.

      1. I bet *no* armed Wal-Mart cashier would ever go nuts one day and start shooting co-workers and customers. Nope. Those are the happiest people on earth.

  1. I love naming cats normal names (I had one named Ed); my son wants to name the next cat an object name (he’s picked out Chainsaw). I love both options.

    1. Good god, I can imagine a lot of situations in which talking about a cat named Chainsaw could cause misunderstandings.
      You should definitely do it.

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