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Don Livingston

06-01-2010 07:46:27




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Last week at my secondary site, someone kicked the locked shed door and stole my torch outfit, cart and all. Leased tanks are $500.00 to get out of the contract. That is like stealing the Cooks stove. I have contacted the sheriff and all the tank suppliers around. Signed, Chef Don L. [no soup for you]




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L. Lamp

06-02-2010 09:46:07




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to Don Livingston, 06-01-2010 07:46:27  
A few years ago, here in Iowa, a farmer was having trouble with people stealing his things. He boarded up the house where he kept his things and put a shotgun in a second story room. A thief was shot and sued for his injuries and was rewarded with the farm too. Anyone breaking and entering should never be permited to gain from that kind of action no matter what happens to him. Noone should be allowed to initiate a crime and then be allowed to profit from it. I hope your thief is caught and you get your things back.

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JGarner

06-02-2010 18:19:55




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to L. Lamp, 06-02-2010 09:46:07  
Trap guns are illegal in most states, that is how the thief won his suit.

Jim



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Beagle

06-01-2010 19:46:12




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to Don Livingston, 06-01-2010 07:46:27  
I hate it that people can be that low. I still don't lock my doors but I'm sure that will change oneday.



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C. Amick

06-01-2010 19:19:54




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to Don Livingston, 06-01-2010 07:46:27  
Sorry to hear about your loss. Several years ago thieves broke into my garage and pretty well wiped me out. I have been gradually replacing the tools I lost, and as I do, I have been taking an electric engraver and putting my last name on them. I figure that might make them a little easier to trace? Of course, your last name would be a little tougher to put on them.



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Tom (Kansas)

06-01-2010 16:45:04




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to Don Livingston, 06-01-2010 07:46:27  
The only thing worse than that would be someone stealing your Case.



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John Saeli

06-01-2010 15:32:38




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to Don Livingston, 06-01-2010 07:46:27  
Sorry to hear that.



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ph-1

06-01-2010 14:43:56




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to Don Livingston, 06-01-2010 07:46:27  
go buy a pit bull that attacks it's own shadow lol



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b.b. farey

06-01-2010 13:38:28




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to Don Livingston, 06-01-2010 07:46:27  
id reccomend a double barreled alley sweeper on a trip wire about knee high hooked to your door knob..then some 4x8 sheets of plywood with 10 penny nails drove threw em..so if it only gets 1 leg, he will be in a world of hurt trying to hop out of there... better board it up good they may return to that treasure house for more shenanigans



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JGarner

06-01-2010 11:21:25




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 Re: Torch stolen in reply to Don Livingston, 06-01-2010 07:46:27  
Don, alert your local Pawn shops too. The worse our ecomomy gets the more folks are driven to do things like this and crime runs rampant.

Jim G.



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