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Old 12-19-2018, 01:08 PM
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Not to rain on the parade here, but the 1st thing that crossed my mind was...

That could work the other way around also.
Wouldn't be so funny if one of these clowns try to get back at you in some way.
I am real close to thinking this is a 100% staged video,, financed by the software company that advertises at the end,,

paying a dozen people to say "What the ------------" would be far cheaper than having an MS13 gang member riddle your house with 9mm's just before he set the house on fire,,

Criminals are not the forgiving type,,
paying a few actors is cheap versus the return on 28,000,000 views the first couple days,,,
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I am real close to thinking this is a 100% staged video,, financed by the software company that advertises at the end,,

paying a dozen people to say "What the ------------" would be far cheaper than having an MS13 gang member riddle your house with 9mm's just before he set the house on fire,,

Criminals are not the forgiving type,,
paying a few actors is cheap versus the return on 28,000,000 views the first couple days,,,
I'm thinking the same thing.
If it were real they would've probably immediately destroyed it instead of just throwing it in an extremely convenient spot. Apparently they all got thrown out the window?
You know the reactions are fake because of how nonchalant they are.
"Oh, fart spray and glitter? What a minor inconvenience."
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Pittsburgh news ran a story where a guy had a package stolen and decided to try and get some payback. He put his used kitty litter in a Amazon box and left it on the porch and someone took it.
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Funny stuff, real? Eh who knows. Probably is staged.
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The joke becomes questionable...... https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/12/22/u...rnd/index.html
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He should have left out the glitter part. IMO
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The joke becomes questionable...... https://amp.cnn.com/cnn/2018/12/22/u...rnd/index.html
I knew it.
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Did you see the news , about the UPS driver that was on the phone to his cohort to grab the package when he was delivering it?
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