Friday, Nov 25, 2016
Chilliwack hangs in to lead for Break and Enter in Canada
was recently announced that Chilliwack was the Break and Enter capital of
Canada. More than every big city and municipality from coast to coast. We
should all go should and shake a thugs hand and thank them for earning the
city that esteemed ranking. It's easy to find them — they're everywhere.
A new trend is that they're on those BMX kids bikes with hip-hop rap
music blaring from ipods. Plus, bikes are good for quick trips
to the Sally Ann. The bikes are great for casing neighbourhoods
and quick get-a-ways from the cops' K-9'9 without a scent. It's rare as
hen's teeth to find the good ones —they the one who have lights on their bikes
and wear helmets.
The miscreant types are tricky too. These days, for example, rival
gangs make will make a phony gun call across the city, meanwhile,
when most of the cops are over there, they're on the other side with
their nefarious activities.
It sounds like a such nice place to
raise a family. Doesn't it?
If there was a province-wide disaster such as an earthquake, it
wouldn't be hard to imagine them falling over each other and kicking
little old ladies out of the way to save their own hides.
My grandmother, bless her soul, was hurt badly in her wheelchair one
day on her way to play bingo when a little thug tried to reef her
kangaroo pouch off. She put up a good battle to no avail. Good haul
with the bingo money.
On "Welfare Day" they're dancing in the streets and day the next
back to pilfering. They would hold the city hostage and really wreak
havoc if they didn't get their free turkey dinners with all the
Yup, Chilliwack is getting pretty rough these days alright,
especially for a guy like me who likes to go out and take pictures
of people being arrested. One cuffed customer, who was just back
from shopping, gave me a photo op by biting the bars in the back of
a police cruiser. Some flash me gang signs (deaf language for the
hearing.), or give me the finger salute.
I've only had my door kicked several times by a variety individuals
over the last couple of times.
Rebuffed love? Not when the door almost comes off its hinges. I've
been screamed yelled and even intercommed (sic). That's aside from the
email death threats, and calls at 3am. Despite all that, I still feel
safer at home.
True Crimes: Thugs are very skilled at mass thievery too. That's
when 7 or 8 people decide to do a little late night
shopping — at the same time. All the clerk can do is
watch the vignettes of vultures. Then off they go patting tummies
full of chips and chocolate bars. These stores count on losing a
certain amount of purloined product nightly and even add it to their
It's a tough town now.
Back in the 1950-60s, if someone was
caught breaking-in, everyone in knew about it even before the cops
It's not a piece of cake being a business owner either. One day last
month, I watched as some guy got mad at the pizza sauce, and then
threw it around the room as he left. The owner had to come out with
a rag and mop. The thing is, he had his young 5 or 6-year-old boy
with him to school. Though no doubt the kid liked the pizza more than
what his dad did.
Who do you blame? The kids, parents, grandpa? So each generation is
better at filching than the one before it. There are guys out there
who will steal anything just to get arrested and get 3 squares and a
regular roof over their heads. Last week, a guy passed counterfeit
USD at McDonald's for a burger and fries. He should be buying other
Prison chain gangs ended in the early,
1900s but in 1995,
Alabama become the first state to revive them.
Yes, we should all go out with hugs
for thugs, and thank them for a job that goes thankless.
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