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Old 04-07-2007, 09:56 PM   #21
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I've been looking into hiring an out of work circus midget and give 'em a radio shack walkie talkie and a box of snack cakes and stuff his/her under the seat of my bike. when /if it gets heisted, they can radio me and tell me where the bust be at.
solid idea? yes/no ?
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Old 04-07-2007, 09:57 PM   #22
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midget is not the proper term...it is vertically challenged, lol
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I've been looking into hiring an out of work circus midget and give 'em a radio shack walkie talkie and a box of snack cakes and stuff his/her under the seat of my bike. when /if it gets heisted, they can radio me and tell me where the bust be at.
solid idea? yes/no ?

i will supply the $ $ funds $ $..if that "midget" has a twin, they hired with out background check
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