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Everyone talks crap on them and how they come to your door and all but have you ever seen one breaking into a car or down at the local crack house?:D
 

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I take it you have? :D
 

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Both of my sisters are JW's and they are good, kind people. They dislike cops, love to drink, love to accept gifts but will never provide one, will invite other JW's into their houses for a month long stay but when family asks to stay with them, will always say they need to leave the rooms available to other JW's, will not stand for the flag salute, but will accept freebies the veterans who provide them.......please don't get me started! :)
 

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That's would get me pretty pissed off Mark...
 

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I have a good friend that converted. He met his wife and she was not practicing but once they got married she started going again and nagged him for the next few years until he also joined.
 

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I have only caught 1 person breaking into my truck...i didn't stop to ask his religion.

I also don't go to crack houses
 

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Next time you should stop and ask in between beatings. ;)

Also there is nothing wrong with crack houses since that is where i go to get my stuff back after they broke in and stole it.
 

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Once I had tracked down one of my stolen chop saws to a tweaker pad. It's funny how tough people that stay up all night every night and don't eat think they are. I'm 6'3" 250 and in pretty good shape, it took all of about 30 seconds to convince them to give it back.
 

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Do you engrave your driver's license number in all power tools? If you don't, you should. I can't tell you how many times we would stop a tweeker with a power tool, but could never locate any identifying marks to allow the tools to be returned to their rightful owner. Driver's licenses are easily accessible, unlike Social Security numbers, and phone numbers change quite a bit.
 
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