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Bank Robbery

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by sk8, Aug 27, 2003.

  1. sk8

    sk8 TRIBE Member

    So I go to mail some resumes for my mom and there are all these police cars at the bank on the corner. and when i get in the post office the lady in front of me is saying how the bank just got robbed.

    so someone just robbed the bank of montreal at bloor and windermere.
     
  2. MBoy

    MBoy TRIBE Member

    That's right down the street!
     
  3. R4V4G3D_SKU11S

    R4V4G3D_SKU11S TRIBE Member

    To the Batmobile!
     
  4. luvslife

    luvslife TRIBE Member

    My friend was robbed at that bank. They gave her the day off.
     
  5. Chris

    Chris Well-Known TRIBEr

    Hmmm, and to think I just watched "Heat" last night, coincidence?
     
  6. PRIMAL

    PRIMAL TRIBE Member

    bwahahahah. I seriously laughed my ass off when I read this.
     
  7. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    Urgent : does anyone know how to get dye off of a dollar bill?
     
  8. R4V4G3D_SKU11S

    R4V4G3D_SKU11S TRIBE Member

    Whats even funnier is Duncan in tights.
     
  9. diego

    diego TRIBE Member

    Shit whitakers Batman it's outta gas again.
    [​IMG]
     
  10. smack

    smack TRIBE Member

    ah HA! Gotcha!

    they don't print dollar bills anymore :p
     
  11. Soundstream

    Soundstream TRIBE Member

    Lollar bills!

    Cheers ... Ian :)
     
  12. The Watcher

    The Watcher TRIBE Member

    Launder it?
     
  13. juice

    juice TRIBE Member

    WOW ... that's my bank too! I was going to go in there in about an hour or so to drop off some payments.
     
  14. DaftPunky

    DaftPunky TRIBE Member

    If you are a victim of something like that, and a good actor/actress you could prolly swindle your employer to give you more than a day. I would milk the trauma aspect of it for all it was worth. 2 week psychological leave.

    Actually, I need that anyways. :)
     
  15. shylock_one

    shylock_one TRIBE Member

    Wow, I didn't know people robbed banks anymore. It seems so retro.
     
  16. DaftPunky

    DaftPunky TRIBE Member

    Doesn't happen nearly as often as it used to. I think its too difficult for the criminals now.
     
  17. SlipperyPete

    SlipperyPete TRIBE Member

    you mean your chevy?
     
  18. Aleks

    Aleks TRIBE Member

    crazt sheet!

    thats not far away from where im @ too...
     
  19. smack

    smack TRIBE Member

    Seriously! Its so much easier to do online
     
    Last edited: Aug 27, 2003
  20. vveerrgg

    vveerrgg TRIBE Promoter

    they just dont report it on the news much for fear of copy cats.....

    its actually quite easy to rob a bank. just walk in... tell the teller to give you all the money in the till. and walk out.

    they're trained not to resist. you'll usually get about 1 -> 3k from it.

    the problem with it is it's so easy, you start doing it often. and thas how you get busted. well that and all the cameras.... IMHO you need about 3 ppl to do a successful job everytime but that's 2 ppl too many for my taste.
     
  21. JAR

    JAR TRIBE Member

    http://www.cba.ca/en/magazine/getarticle.asp?at_id=204

    Bank robbery
    During the fiscal year ended Oct. 31, 1999, there were a total of 1,326 bank robberies in Canada - 31 fewer than in the previous year. Approximately $5.6 million was stolen.

    Among the major cities, there were 276 robberies in Montreal, 12% fewer than in 1998, while Toronto experienced a 21% decline, to 245 incidents. In Vancouver, however, there was a 28% increase, to 248 robberies. Preliminary figures suggest that robberies for the fiscal year 2000 will show a slight overall decrease from 1999.

    Although the sustained robbery trend is that of the lone "note passer," the banking industry is concerned about the noticeable increase in violent, "takeover"-style robberies.
     

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