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Old 01-24-2012, 01:45 AM   #21
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I hope dude got to finish his hash browns & with a free warm-up on his coffee.

Anybody else find it interesting that they had a mug shot of the dead robber right handy?
I'm sure if you asked his parents, it was from his file to become an astronaut or a humanitarian. Of course he's not guilty of anything other than being a YBM, right?
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Robbing a Waffle House is about as dumb as trying to rob a
police station. Everybody knows that most Waffle House
customers are packing heat, legally or otherwise.

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I am a Christian. I feel that anyone can ask for forgivness. Some people just choose not to...or they wait too long.
the difference between a law abiding person and a criminal is that the criminal only seeks or asks for forgiveness after they have been convicted by a jury of their peers. there are an aweful lot of criminals in prison trying to convince everyone else they had a change of heart after reality of death row or life in prison hits em...
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what are you trying to say? this statement can go in the way of @19 already
had a rap sheet or Conspiracy
I think the obvious conclusion is the now former criminal had not learned much from his previous criminal endeavors and a booking photo was available. Sad that a young man made such poor choices that he ended up in that situation. Even more sad that a CCW holder now has to deal with the aftermath of someone else's poor choices.
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Maybe the other punk, the older one, had intimidated the young one into doing it, over a debt or something. Or mabe the young one was trying to prove something to the older one, like how "baaayuhd" he was. Sometimes the lack of self-discipline and the need for immediate gratification will make a young guy do something desperate to come up with something he thinks will make him look "cool" to his peers, like a piece of jewelry or clothing. He had to be under some kind of high pressure to be trying to rob a place full of customers.

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Did Waffle pick up the guys dinner tab?


Somebody picked the wrong diner.
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I respect your opinion and the way that you think about people. I have dealt with the criminal element for a little over a decade. I have sat and talked to hundreds of inmates about their crimes while i worked in the prison. Alot of them show no remorse for what they have done to their victims, and some would say that they did but if they discharged you would soon see their face on the 10 o'clock for robbing or killing someone else. I have worked on the streets and worked the crime scenes,and ive seen the pain in the victims eyes while i helped clean up the mess left behind. Ive had to tell the parents that their sons or daughters had been killed, and ive seen children placed into DHS custody because domestic violence ended in bloodshed.

I think the way i do because......... I do
I can see how that experience would make a person calloused towards criminals. And I respect the fact that you've had to put up with a lot of heartless and baseless individuals in your career. I'm sure you see people thru a much different set of eyes as result.
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I respect your opinion and the way that you think about people. I have dealt with the criminal element for a little over a decade. I have sat and talked to hundreds of inmates about their crimes while i worked in the prison. Alot of them show no remorse for what they have done to their victims, and some would say that they did but if they discharged you would soon see their face on the 10 o'clock for robbing or killing someone else. I have worked on the streets and worked the crime scenes,and ive seen the pain in the victims eyes while i helped clean up the mess left behind. Ive had to tell the parents that their sons or daughters had been killed, and ive seen children placed into DHS custody because domestic violence ended in bloodshed.

I think the way i do because......... I do
Did you in your career had to tell the family their son was killed during the commission of a crime and caused the death of an innocent person?
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Did you in your career had to tell the family their son was killed during the commission of a crime and caused the death of an innocent person?
I never worked a scene where the perp was killed, ive only had to notify the victims families
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That's funny...seeing how Waffle House has a strict NO GUNS policy corporate wide. I wonder what they are saying about that?

Anyway....good for the good guy (Lacking facts of course, and if he didn't act like a lead slinging cowboy).

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