scum detector

Elizabethtown, KY

#1 Mar 27, 2012
Low life scum!! Many kinds of stealing. Breaking in. Estates. Shoplifting. It's all stealing. Low life scum!!
wondering

Elizabethtown, KY

#2 Mar 27, 2012
oh, yeah, and i'm sure you'd be very surprised at who some of these scumbags are. fine upstanding citizens!!!
America

Bardstown, KY

#3 Mar 27, 2012
One of highest unemployment rates ever. What more can you expect?
wondering

Elizabethtown, KY

#4 Mar 27, 2012
America wrote:
One of highest unemployment rates ever. What more can you expect?
but from the dead? get real! the dead?
America

Bardstown, KY

#5 Mar 27, 2012
sorry to hear about that.
spartan

Louisville, KY

#6 Mar 27, 2012
wondering wrote:
oh, yeah, and i'm sure you'd be very surprised at who some of these scumbags are. fine upstanding citizens!!!
I agree with you about that kiddo.Some of the people who are actually thieves would surprise most of us,I believe.

Since: May 11

Louisville, KY

#7 Mar 27, 2012
I completely agree. Here in LJ, break ins are getting more and more frequent. Everyone knows who the guilty parties are and nothing is done. There was even one guy who broke into someone's house, stole their pop-tarts, and had the audacity to sit on the guys porch eating him and daring the guy to do something about it. This same person also tries shoplifting from the businesses around here, or parking his car in the middle of parking lots and pretending to be out of money to scam people.

Aside from vandals (who I consider to be more terrifying then murderers in some ways) few things piss me off more than theft.
Experienced it

Elizabethtown, KY

#8 Jul 11, 2012
that goth in LJ wrote:
I completely agree. Here in LJ, break ins are getting more and more frequent. Everyone knows who the guilty parties are and nothing is done. There was even one guy who broke into someone's house, stole their pop-tarts, and had the audacity to sit on the guys porch eating him and daring the guy to do something about it. This same person also tries shoplifting from the businesses around here, or parking his car in the middle of parking lots and pretending to be out of money to scam people.
Aside from vandals (who I consider to be more terrifying then murderers in some ways) few things piss me off more than theft.
I couldn't agree with you more and it's a little disheartening when you find out the family that did this you would not have suspected. What a crying shame. The kicker in the case I know about is they thought they DESERVED what they took. There is legal and there is moral. You can profess your faith all you want and pretend to be all holy and what not, but in the end, HE knows. If it's not yours, it's not yours. To take anything is stealing.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#9 Jul 11, 2012
I caught a thief from Litchfield. His name is Billy Cottrell. He's about 50 years old and is gonna be in court August 13th for stealing from me plus disorderly conduct towards the arresting officer. I want to tell everyone what a low life piece of human waste this scum is. He's an oxegyn thief, and a waste of human flesh. If you associate yourself with him you are no better, because if you hang with trash, you become trash. Personally I believe that a first time offender ought to have the letter "T" burned in their forhead for the world to see. Second offence you lose both hands, third offense you die!

Since: May 11

Louisville, KY

#10 Jul 11, 2012
HandymanIII wrote:
I caught a thief from Litchfield. His name is Billy Cottrell. He's about 50 years old and is gonna be in court August 13th for stealing from me plus disorderly conduct towards the arresting officer. I want to tell everyone what a low life piece of human waste this scum is. He's an oxegyn thief, and a waste of human flesh. If you associate yourself with him you are no better, because if you hang with trash, you become trash. Personally I believe that a first time offender ought to have the letter "T" burned in their forhead for the world to see. Second offence you lose both hands, third offense you die!
Sir Thomas Moore had a good reasoning when he stated his opposition to things like this. It would only increase the likelyhood that the offender will murder the people he is stealing from. As terrible as theft is turning into Babylonian savages isn't the solution.
Save me Jesus

Elizabethtown, KY

#11 Jul 12, 2012
I stole and I'm sorry. I thought it was owed to me for my friendship. I needed it. Forgive me, Father. If I didn't take it someone else was going to.
slick

Elizabethtown, KY

#12 Jul 12, 2012
hmm.. did you know you can get someone to put you in charge of their "trust" and you don't have to be supervised by a judge? yep, pretty much left to the trustee person to do what they want with what's left. slick, huh? no wonder someone would try to get the dying to establish what they would think would be safe... a trust.

Since: May 12

Location hidden

#13 Jul 12, 2012
that goth in LJ wrote:
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Sir Thomas Moore had a good reasoning when he stated his opposition to things like this. It would only increase the likelyhood that the offender will murder the people he is stealing from. As terrible as theft is turning into Babylonian savages isn't the solution.
Sir Thomas Moore didn't live in the society or era we do with all the thieves, rapist, and murderers. If he did, he would be packing as I do!
Karma

Elizabethtown, KY

#14 Jul 15, 2012
Karma has come to visit bigtime starting with her being fired and then it only gets better. Not sure how much more she deserves. She done some bad wrongs.
holyjesus

Elizabethtown, KY

#15 Oct 22, 2012
Karma wrote:
Karma has come to visit bigtime starting with her being fired and then it only gets better. Not sure how much more she deserves. She done some bad wrongs.
there are ppl like that. low-life. eat, pray, steal.
happy thanksgiving

Elizabethtown, KY

#16 Nov 21, 2012
holyjesus wrote:
<quoted text>
there are ppl like that. low-life. eat, pray, steal.
Happy Thanksgiving, thieves!!!! Especially those that pick thru and take what they want and then blame it on someone else. lol More and more are finding out what you did and more and more are having their eyes opened on your wrong doings. Shame the family didn't step in and take care of your asses. Praying for your souls. Where you're going is going to be a big old whompass trip.
still waiting

Elizabethtown, KY

#17 Nov 21, 2012
happy thanksgiving wrote:
<quoted text>
Happy Thanksgiving, thieves!!!! Especially those that pick thru and take what they want and then blame it on someone else. lol More and more are finding out what you did and more and more are having their eyes opened on your wrong doings. Shame the family didn't step in and take care of your asses. Praying for your souls. Where you're going is going to be a big old whompass trip.
they will steal from the wrong person like myself and then the next call will be the cornor.i promise...
Steve

Duluth, GA

#18 Nov 21, 2012
I have been hit up a couple of times this year by a woman in the parking lots of Lowes and Home Depot, telling me a sob story about how she can't buy gas for her Durango to get back to Radcliff. Both times this happened on a Saturday morning. I almost believed it the first time and then she didn't realize I had already heard her bs before when she approached me the second time with word for word the same story. Be on the lookout, she is convincing, but clearly a con artist.
All Legal Like

Elizabethtown, KY

#19 Nov 22, 2012
Be sure to find religion after you do your dastardly deed (twice). Do some major praying and pretend like you've been reborn. Let that crap flow out of your mouth like people believe you and get sucked into the game. People slay the shit out of me and what they do and how they go about doing it. Sometimes a sleezy lawyer will help seal the deal and if he is willing to go the extra mile in a corrupt court, cover your azz. Judges don't have time to figure out what is right and what is wrong. If/when they ever find a lawyer that "lies" to them, they should tear a new door in the court house booting the corruptness out of those hallowed halls. If the client lies to the lawyer and he doesn't try to find out the truth... bad...bad... but when the lawyer "lies" to the judge to get the deal sealed...BAD... BAD...!!!
handyman434

Abingdon, VA

#20 Nov 24, 2012
Another home broken into on Battle Training Road the day before Thanksgiving. This is two times in six months these people have been robbed.

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