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GR Robbed - No, This Headline Is Not A Repeat From Last Year

Posted on Monday, December 15 @ 17:39:03 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Yep, burgled again by master criminals. This time there was a witness, but you'll never guess what they did.

While walking your dog at 1:00 AM, you see three men trying to kick in the door of Game Revolution. Do you:

A) Intervene and save the day like Batman.
B) Call 911.
C) Call Game Revolution and leave a message on the machine saying "Hey there are some guys kicking in your door."

Really. That message is really on our machine.

They fail at kicking in the door, so they rip out the window to my office, setting off the alarm. They grab some games, and are able to get a PS3 off it's locking cable by ripping the top off the PS3 (3000 lb/sq inch epoxy FTW). And they try to steal the TV by tossing it out the window, smashing a Toyota and the TV in the process, run with the smashed TV halfway to their car, and then abandon it in the parking lot.

The police got two of the guys in their car down the block, but they didn't have any of the loot, so there was no way to tie them to the crime (no fingerprints). One had warrants though, so he went to jail and the car was impounded and the cops said they'd never get it back.

So to recap. Criminals get: A broken PS3, about 10 crappy DS games, Disney's Sing It for PS2, a couple old PC games, and a copy of the Postal movie.

Criminals lose: One man in jail, bye bye car, and they might accidentally watch Postal. Ugh.
 
Way to go fellas! Good night out!
 

 




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