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Why did the drunk go to the strip club with $700k cash?

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Posted: June 7, 2012, 10:15 pm - IP Logged

To save my life, I'm really tryin' hard to understand why any reasonable person would even want to carelessly flaunt that kind of wealth ANYWHERE. I mean, I see where guys rob banks in broad daylight WHILE ON CAMERA and these nutcases walks into a strip joint basically announcing what kind of money they're workin' with.What? 

It would be very easy for anyone to just sit back and wait for this dumba** to leave, follow him, and bump him off at the right time. I'm very serious...these guys were tryin' to give their lives away. 

Something all that money can't even think of replacing.No Nod Wow.

 

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    Posted: June 7, 2012, 10:16 pm - IP Logged

    The  $600k + was not recovered but $200k was recovered in a different incident.

    http://www.karemar.com/blog/lottery-winner-loses-114-million-four-years-plus-look-biggest-winners-all-time

    I see that article says the money was never recovered.

    This is what the Lottery Post article says:

    "A private investigator hired by Whittaker found the briefcase, still filled with the money and checks, next to the Dumpster a few hours later."


                                                 
                         
                                             

     

     

     

     

                                                                                                       

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      Posted: June 7, 2012, 10:20 pm - IP Logged

      Whitaker's case is stranger than the others,

      cause he was a construction contractor already used to dealing w/ large sums of money,

      yet he still could'nt get it right.

       

      someone else wondered if he still buy tickets ?

      my guess would be yes.

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        The PI found it within a couple hours???  Does that mean the P I was at the bar with him, getting lap dances??


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          Whitaker's case is stranger than the others,

          cause he was a construction contractor already used to dealing w/ large sums of money,

          yet he still could'nt get it right.

           

          someone else wondered if he still buy tickets ?

          my guess would be yes.

          A contractor with large sums of cash?? Is that like the Shawshank Redemption kind??

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            A contractor with large sums of cash?? Is that like the Shawshank Redemption kind??

            not sure what you mean, but on LCML he was depicted as being a buisness man w/ a good head on his shoulders.

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              Posted: June 7, 2012, 10:40 pm - IP Logged

              The PI found it within a couple hours???  Does that mean the P I was at the bar with him, getting lap dances??

              If it was next to the dumpster, then someone just didn't want to cause draw any attention to themselves by leaving at the time they stole it. They STASHED it...and they worked there in my opinion, otherwise why  would a stranger just hang around with all that dough? Maybe the PI worked there undercover or something...still seems odd.

               


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                not sure what you mean, but on LCML he was depicted as being a buisness man w/ a good head on his shoulders.

                In Shawshank Redemption the wardon was a croojed contractoe who did a lot of cash transactions.

                Contactors dont geberaly deal with cash.... especially at a strip club... unless its $1 bills (or $20s lol.)


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                  Posted: June 7, 2012, 10:42 pm - IP Logged

                  In Shawshank Redemption the wardon was a croojed contractoe who did a lot of cash transactions.

                  Contactors dont geberaly deal with cash.... especially at a strip club... unless its $1 bills (or $20s lol.)

                  Now you know what my posts look like if I forget to use spell check... lol.

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                    Posted: June 7, 2012, 10:49 pm - IP Logged

                    In Shawshank Redemption the wardon was a croojed contractoe who did a lot of cash transactions.

                    Contactors dont geberaly deal with cash.... especially at a strip club... unless its $1 bills (or $20s lol.)

                    Even if they don't deal w/ cash, they should know how to manage money if they want to be succsessful,

                    accounts by LCML indictated he was.

                    Did'nt see the movie, should i check it out ?

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                      Posted: June 7, 2012, 10:52 pm - IP Logged

                      not sure what you mean, but on LCML he was depicted as being a buisness man w/ a good head on his shoulders.

                      Wow! A good head on his shoulders, but he's out in a club with that kind of cash?Green laughSkepticalNo Nod You know, a guy could walk down the street in nice clothes with an EMPTY BRIEF CASE and get his hat brought to him just out of curiosity of what MIGHT be in it!!!

                      No, I'm sorry and beg to strongly differ with LCML. He's a straight up dumba**!!! A man can hint to women that he has money without a briefcase stamped with BRINKS and chained to his wrist.

                      Oh, well...it's his money (a**) in the end.


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                        Even if they don't deal w/ cash, they should know how to manage money if they want to be succsessful,

                        accounts by LCML indictated he was.

                        Did'nt see the movie, should i check it out ?

                        Its a classic on cable quite often.

                        The article I posted dosnt say much for Jacks character. Even if he is a great business person he is bad at everything else. You know like the practical side of living a "normal" life. lol.

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                          Wow! A good head on his shoulders, but he's out in a club with that kind of cash?Green laughSkepticalNo Nod You know, a guy could walk down the street in nice clothes with an EMPTY BRIEF CASE and get his hat brought to him just out of curiosity of what MIGHT be in it!!!

                          No, I'm sorry and beg to strongly differ with LCML. He's a straight up dumba**!!! A man can hint to women that he has money without a briefcase stamped with BRINKS and chained to his wrist.

                          Oh, well...it's his money (a**) in the end.

                          You are correct to differ w/ LCML,

                          you just don't get the whole story from them, so you have to watch w/ a crictical eye.

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                            Wow! A good head on his shoulders, but he's out in a club with that kind of cash?Green laughSkepticalNo Nod You know, a guy could walk down the street in nice clothes with an EMPTY BRIEF CASE and get his hat brought to him just out of curiosity of what MIGHT be in it!!!

                            No, I'm sorry and beg to strongly differ with LCML. He's a straight up dumba**!!! A man can hint to women that he has money without a briefcase stamped with BRINKS and chained to his wrist.

                            Oh, well...it's his money (a**) in the end.

                            Have to go with LL on this one LMAO. you know how to spot em LL. This guy is lost.

                             

                            Shawshank IS one of this Long tom hanks movies like the Green Mile


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                              You are correct to differ w/ LCML,

                              you just don't get the whole story from them, so you have to watch w/ a crictical eye.

                              I think A BLIND PERSON coulda spotted that guy