- Joined Mar 26, 2009
My 2nd time in jail I had like 4 diffeerent bunkies back to back who told me the same stories verbatim....they'd steal video games from Wal-Mart then cash em in st GameStop. They'd take books and magazines to Half Price Books. They'd take Baby and children Items to OnceUponAChild. They'd take Women's clothes to Plato's Closet and other consignment shops. They take power tools and accessories to pawn shops. I remember I was brainstorming a $100 day plan for when I get out, and my bunkie (a heroin user) looked over my shoulder and laughed and said he easily made $300 a day on the streets with no trouble, he basically told me to step up my game, go hard or go home. You'd be surprised...alit of these guys make six figs a year and the main reason they get caught is cause their instantly profiled the moment they walk in a store (full sleeve tattoos, dark circles under eyes, disheveled clothes and hair)This guy tryna set people up for failure.
Cigarettes cost 7 a pack...you smoke a pack a day that's $200 a month right there. Besides cigarettes you probably drink at least 2 tall boys a day. That's $100/mo. You might smoke a little weed here and there - another 100. While your intoxicated you probably accidently drop your phone on the pavement smashing the screen rendering it unusable, or you might just set it down somewhere and forget about it and next thing you know when you turn around it's gone. So you gotta go to Boost Mobile and MetroPCS and get a new phone every other month. This type of lifestyle leaves you unable to save up money for a security deposit for an apartment so you rent motel rooms for 40 bucks a night. You buy your furniture from "Rent2Own" stores and end up paying 3x the total value of the item over the course of your payments. So this leads to a never ending cycle of you committing petty crimes and stealing stuff to maintain this crazy chaotic lifestyle...People with no good options do……….did the Post Office and or McDonald’s stop hiring all of a sudden?? Also does the no good options theory apply if your home gets burglarized??