2/25/2005 10:35:00 AM|W|P|Mike|W|P|CBC News: HIV-positive man faces 2 murder charges for unprotected sex I think that this should happen more often. This horrible man has been infecting people, wrecking their lives so that they die with the most horrible disease on Earth, because he is a small, sad excuse for a human being. I wish that we could do something to really hurt him. Maybe we should infect his mother with HIV and see how he likes it. But then again, that wouldn't be fair to his mom. That's what sucks about this situation: if we imprison him, we end up paying for his medical bills. I say plaster his picture everywhere and look the other way.|W|P|110935290045959344|W|P|CBC News: HIV-positive man faces 2 murder charges for unprotected sex|W|P|11/09/2005 05:49:00 AM|W|P|Anonymous undergrad|W|P|Hello Mike,

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http://trekunited.grassroots.com/home/pleasehelp/2/02/2005 03:17:00 PM|W|P|Mike|W|P|Ok, so I get a lot, and I mean a lot, of weird calls at work. Some are creepy, like the guy who wanted 45 gallons of Vaseline. And the guy who drove through the car wash with his dog in the back of his pick up. But rare is the time when I get a call from truly inept criminals. Like I did yesterday. This guy called in asking for a train car of Kerosene. You know what a train car is...one of those tankers on railway tracks. Anyway, this is something like 40,000 litres of Kerosene. Needless to say, I was a little curious as to why someone would need 40K L of flammable liquid. So I ask. Mike: Alright sir, may I ask what it is you need this much Kerosene for? WorstCriminalEver: Um....um...it's...yeah, about that...it's....it's for windshield wiper fluid. Mike:... This is the point at which the cognitive dissonance takes over, and I start my imagination. Like a James Bond 007 flame throwing car with kerosene jets where the windshield wiper fluid should come from. Or Extreme Bug-B-Gone wiper fluid : "Burn 'em, up if you can't wipe 'em down!" I mean, does this person honestly think that we'd give away 40,000 L of dangerous flammable liquid to just anyone who can pay for it? Sometimes I seriously wonder about people's thought process....or lack thereof. Oh, and for those curious people, the interview yesterday went fine. It's a 4 interview process, and they don't know if I'm getting invited back for #2. I kind of feel good about that because if he thought that I wasn't good he would have told me there, right? That's what I think. Any other opinions can be left in the comments field, thankyouverymuch. Peace. Mike |W|P|110738270438764177|W|P|Worst. Criminal. Ever.|W|P|