Driver should be glad the brother wasn’t a killer.
The brother should be glad the passenger didn’t strangle him to death!
We’re losing and losing badly!
He appeared to be a … I might get flagged for this… a fag. He wasn’t man enough to do anything, but take it. We need more criminals like him. The current crop of prisoners will definitely appreciate him.
Brother, You are pushing the envelope tonight, all this Flagget talk…
(I like that!)
Bruh will be Bubba’s GF pretty soon…
If he ever gets caught
If they ever prosecute
If 401 Fairies dance on the head of a pin in your world
Love it! “Give me your Wallet!” very calmly answers “Get Out.” I hope I can stay that calm…
First lesson learned, keep the doors locked!
Keep fake money in a cheap wallet, hand over the fake money and two cents to the chest! He did point a weapon at the driver, correct?
I lock my door before I turn the ignition key on, I never wait for the auto lock to kick in, takes too long for my taste.
I used to wait, knowing that it locked when I put it in drive.
Last six months, 360 check around the vehicle, locked as soon as I enter.
My jeep is 15MPH. I can spend a lot of time less than 15MPH around here.
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He stayed pretty damn calm during this. I could not tell whether he lost his wallet, but there’s nothing in anyone’s wallet that cannot be replaced. Credit cards all reimburse fraudulent charges. A driver’s license is just a piece of paper with your picture on it that the state can easily replace.
“'Tro money” (a roll of small bills that you can give up or throw on the ground while making an escape) in one pocket is a good idea for anyone venturing in bad neighborhoods.
I like driver’s response: “it’s digital World, Bro”
I’m sure “Bro” took a lesson and next time instead of “Give me you money” or “give me your wallet” he will say “give me your encrypted private key and email to access your crypto wallet”…
I would have called my own Uber and not try to rob him.