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Old April 10th, 2012, 12:12 PM #19
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Originally Posted by TheSwiftOne View Post
You're correct in that a life is not worth $39, a pizza and some spare change. However for many it's more of principle. At what point do we stop being victims? If you continually "just comply" it may not only take a toll on your funds, it could take a toll on your self esteem as well. Being a victim ican be a very demoralizing experience.

-Swift
I'd rather be a victim, go home bang my g/f, tell my parents I love them, hug my niece, open a yuengling, smoke a cigarette, and play call of duty than not be able to do any of that ever again.

I think my family would as well (minus the cigarette).

I'm not telling you all what to do your adults but literally robberies were my job for a year. I understand the frustration of being taken advantage of and how bad it feels to be "helpless" but, as an ex gf once stated, pick and choose your battles.
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