Friday, January 12, 2007

Message to a Snowboard Thief

To whomever stole my son's snowboard last night at Kissing Bridge, SHAME ON YOU. He had just gotten hurt and was being helped inside to clean up his scraped up face and you TAKE HIS SNOWBOARD, while he is inside!!!! He has had a real run of bad luck and a friend paid his way for a nice night snowboarding and not only does he get hurt, but YOU steal his board????? What is the matter with you and people like you? He works 50 hours a week, making a lousy $8.25 an hour to get started on his own. How do you feel you deserve to take his board????? SHAME ON YOU!!!!!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, shame on the thief. The act is unconscionable in any case, but particularly when the board was unattended due to an injury. Bad karma to the thief.

By the way, do you know about www.SnowboardRegistry.com, the lost and found for snowboards? Reigster your serial up there now so it will be handy if you ever need to report it to the police in a case like this.
And you can also post the serial number of a stolen board up, to alert others.
Lauren

Anonymous said...

Yes, shame on the thief. The act is unconscionable in any case, but particularly when the board was unattended due to an injury. Bad karma to the thief.

By the way, do you know about www.SnowboardRegistry.com, the lost and found for snowboards? Reigster your serial up there now so it will be handy if you ever need to report it to the police in a case like this.
And you can also post the serial number of a stolen board up, to alert others.
Lauren

rpm said...

Gee, theives will get what's coming to them whenever they end up having to pay for something and it gets stolen from them. It might take a while. Maybe this thief will end up having to pay his bond out of jail some day when he gets caught hopefully.

I hope your son gets better soon.

Anonymous said...

Shame, shame--how rude!!!!! I hope your son is okay and recovering from his crash.

Punchbugpug said...

I think his moral is hurt more than anything..although his face is all scraped up (remember he broke his jaw a few months past!). Thank goodness no other damage. I try to remain cheery for him, but I know it's tough for him and it's not like he can replace it on his income. I told him if it hadn't gotten stolen and he had gone back up the hill, maybe something bad would have happened to him...fate! I told him his grammy was looking out for him!

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