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Bank Robberies Answered

A collection of robbery-notes presented to US banks.

E.g.
"I have a gun in my bag. Give me $5,000 please. Thanks a bunch."
"Give me all the money out of the register right now and I won’t kill you. Thanks."
"ROBBERY"

www.banknotes365.com/

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Ninzerbean
Ninzerbean

11 years ago

My son went to school with the daughter of a bank robber, he was in prison for the 1st 8 years of her life, imagine what that legacy will be like for her. So it's not just the notes that are stupid, inane, dense etc.

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DJ Radio
DJ Radio

Reply 11 years ago

I don't see why people give individuals reputations because of what other family members do.  It's kinda like asking someone to pay a debt when its his cousin owing you money.

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Ninzerbean
Ninzerbean

Reply 11 years ago

I am not giving her a reputation based on what her father did - I meant it as how she is going to live her life knowing everyday that her father is a bank robber, it is something she will always carry with her, it is her legacy that he gave her. Who will know about it? Who knows, that is not the point, the point is how stupid and selfish what he did was and how if will affect his kids all their lives. No one at school ever found out - but she knows, isn't that enough? I don't think anyone would ever think she will grow up to be a bank robber, that is not what this is about, she doesn't have her fathers reputation, but she will always know what her father did, it is pretty hard to respect your father when he has been in prison for 8 years for robbing a bank. Twice.

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DJ Radio
DJ Radio

Reply 11 years ago

OHHH ok.

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lemonie
lemonie

Reply 11 years ago

Well there could be a plus side to that - he wasn't there to influence her? Someone technically related through in the family recently got a spell in Jail for robbing a bank, again (the same one)...

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