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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-05-2009, 05:02 PM Thread Starter
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HAD MY TOOLS STOLEN

really pissed. I had to take my craftmens tool kit to my rents to work on my 73 came home locked my car head dinner and watched a movie. I come out in the morning and my car was broken into and my tool set witch is most of my hand tools, gps, sunglasses, and my check book. But come on my tools man. What is the world coming to??!!!!
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Thats just downright cold....taking a man's tools. That sucks, sorry to hear,

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I'd check the local pawn shop!!
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cuz u know the sorry ***(es) that took them are too goddamn lazy to work, and actually use them...
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At least you can file a claim, and if you have insurance you can file....

Sucks man! Maybe we have a person on here who is an owner of a good tool franchise who could give you the hook up...?

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Watch Craigslist in your area and Ebay also. I really need to do a photo shoot of all my tools and equipment also in case some pile of trash ever broke in. Some of the odd stuff you only use once every few years.
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Im on the list looking, nothing yet. Im waiting for the scum to come back. They always do.
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You should probably worry about your checkbook as well. They can do more damage still with that. Although if they are dumb enough to start writing checks you may get your tools back.
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Good luck on getting them back.Hope you catch the thief and beat his head in.
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call the gps company, I think it can be tracked.
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call the gps company, I think it can be tracked.
Now that is a smart thief!!! What a sh*t head.

Hope you find him before the cops do!!

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