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08-31-2011 11:46 PM
MikeWhy CB, Yes. In the OP.
08-31-2011 11:40 PM
CBinRI
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Originally Posted by MikeWhy View Post
If it comes to that, it's likely I'll give you reason to regret your hasty judgement. OTOH, you will want the judge to understand the law and consider only the facts, rather than rely on a forum board's mob-sense of vindictiveness and "the odds" of reality versus fancy.



The better question is, if you were a banker in the 90's and 2000's, should we let you keep your sailboat?
I don't understand either of your comments but I do commend you for keeping an open mind and not wanting to rush to judgment. On the other hand, she was caught with her hand in the proverbial cookie jar. Is there some reason for reasonable doubt that I missed?
08-31-2011 10:11 PM
casey1999
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Originally Posted by primerate84 View Post
What if it was one of those Hunters that you can sail or water ski behind?
Maybe we could plea bargin.
08-31-2011 10:05 PM
junkrig
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Originally Posted by MikeWhy View Post
If it comes to that, it's likely I'll give you reason to regret your hasty judgement. OTOH, you will want the judge to understand the law and consider only the facts, rather than rely on a forum board's mob-sense of vindictiveness and "the odds" of reality versus fancy.



The better question is, if you were a banker in the 90's and 2000's, should we let you keep your sailboat?
Some people steal your boat and wreck it. Obvious thieves,
Some people steal your money and house and wreck your life. They get to keep the boat.
08-31-2011 08:38 PM
MikeWhy
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If I ever get in trouble I hope you're on my jury.
If it comes to that, it's likely I'll give you reason to regret your hasty judgement. OTOH, you will want the judge to understand the law and consider only the facts, rather than rely on a forum board's mob-sense of vindictiveness and "the odds" of reality versus fancy.

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[I]f I robbed a bank so I could buy a sailboat, would I deserve credit too?
The better question is, if you were a banker in the 90's and 2000's, should we let you keep your sailboat?
08-31-2011 04:15 PM
primerate84 What if it was one of those Hunters that you can sail or water ski behind?
08-31-2011 03:11 PM
casey1999
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I'm hoping that's also said in jest...
I'm serious. Now, if he/she said they stole the money to buy a power boat- I would throw the book at him/her.
08-31-2011 02:55 PM
CBinRI
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Methinks the comment was made in jest. A little tongue-in-cheek, which does not convey well via e-mail or internet forum...
Here I am displaying my lack of sense of humor in public again.
08-31-2011 02:50 PM
ilikerust
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I might be more lienient on you if you told me you took the money to buy a yacht as opposed to buying say guns or drugs.
I'm hoping that's also said in jest...
08-31-2011 02:39 PM
casey1999
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Methinks the comment was made in jest. A little tongue-in-cheek, which does not convey well via e-mail or internet forum...
Yea, it was just a joke. And if I were a judge, and you robbed a bank, I might be more lienient on you if you told me you took the money to buy a yacht as opposed to buying say guns or drugs.
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