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GUEST,PeteBoom (at work) American Attacks**Part Twelve: Steady On (104* d) RE: American Attacks**Part Twelve: Steady On 28 Sep 01

Jack the Sailor - When I was a starving college kidworking my way thru school, the fast food resturant I was working at had an "attempted" armed robbery by a former employee - he'd been fired the day before. So, this genius comes in when the lunch rush crew had been sent home and the till was still fill of cash. Assistant manager and myself were working up front, manager was in back counting money to switch tills. This dimbulb came in with a pistol and pointed it (generally) at the assistant manager. HE says "What, you're gonna rob us with THAT for a gun?" into the microphone, which draws the manager's attention in back, who looks on the screen for the security camera, sees what's going on and goes to the dining room - allerting the "patrons" who take quick and decisive action.

Dimbulb is STILL telling the assitant manager to put the money into a bag NOW or ELSE - and the assistant manager keeps telling him "Man, you don't want to do this." RIGHT until Dimbulb points the gun at the assitant manager's chest.

You should have seen the look on Dimbulb's face when he heard EIGHT hammers go "click" behind him - two city cops, three county cops and three state troopers (we were at a highway off-ramp). Frazzle-a$$ed old sergeant (city cop) pats the rookie with him on the back and says "Great job kid - third day on the job and ya get an armed robber."

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