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  1. #1
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    Out of curiousity, I tried to steal from bhew85...nothing personal he was the only one with more than $20 on the same page. but it didn't work and I lost 50 in reputation. Maybe I shoulda waited cpl of weeks and got ma tricks.....so can anyone tell me how this works?


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    Thief thy sting is cruel, thy lessons a bitter pill...

    Howdy US-Shipper,

    This will sting only a little bit, but you need to read this...
    http://cellphoneforums.net/faq.php?faq=store#faq_theif

    In fact read off the of the FAQ to learn how things work, and you won't get little shocks like the one you got with Thief!

    Oh and btw, what you lost, bhew85 now has in their pocket!

    So you just learned how thief works. You have a 50-50 chance of stealing from someone. If it fails you lose, they gain what you lost. The more rep they have, the less chance you will have to take from them. And now that you are in the red, it will be easier for people to steal from you, or maybe not.

    And sniff ... sniff... after I gave you a few bucks you put it in the crapper and flushed it!!!

    Da Bear waggles his finger at US-Shipper

    Should Da Bear take pity upon this newbie and help him out?
    Will it rain tomorrow in Seattle?
    Will Elvis be found alive at a local In and Out Burger joint?
    And what about Naomi?
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    Just wanted to try it, I knew the sting was coming tho.THANKS A LOT STYLL. But the dude is mad at me, he thinks I litterally tried to rob him

    lol @ And sniff ... sniff... after I gave you a few bucks you put it in the crapper and flushed it!!!

    What a BEAR I SAY!!!
    Last edited by US-Shipper; 03-07-2006 at 02:41 AM.
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    Well just point him to the FAQ.



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    and put your money in the bank! no need to dangle it in front of the jackals!

    btw, you're welcome



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    Oh wow n1ckel5 came to your rescue and bumped up up a few bucks I see! WOW!



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    OH WOW...WOW fo rill.....50 grand...ahhh.... 50 grand ...n1ckel5 , what's coming my way ha....lol...I was actually looking at the richest mebers yesterday and envying n1ckel5 ...but he lubs me
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    well if you have a known thief in your midst, you better bank that money before it's snagged again!

    btw, is 'thief' *****ed differently in canada? i noticed you *****ed it 'theif'.

    wasn't sure if it was something like 'colour' or 'favourite'! lol. i work for canadians and i see stuff like that all the time in emails.



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    Quote Originally Posted by n1ckel5
    btw, is 'thief' *****ed differently in canada?
    nah, it's "thief" but I ***** it theif half the time because it kinda looks right. it's one of those silly things about the english language. hundreds of years ago when english was pronounced very differently, words were *****ed the way they sounded. in modern times, a lot of these *****ings make little sense but we just keep doing things the way they've always been done.

    that's something you learn when studying a foreign language, english is hard for non-english speakers to learn because other languages are *****ed phonetically and english is *****ed however it was *****ed in the middle ages.
    Last edited by Brad729; 03-07-2006 at 05:39 PM.



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    haha, nuh just a bad *****er.........



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