The Daily Habit: Culture

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May I Debit that Bag of Crack? – FLINT, MICHIGAN –  With the advent of technology throughout the world today, you can do just about anything, anywhere, with a  swipe of a card, if you have the funds. If you don’t, no sweat, that’s why they call them debit cards, even if you’re in debt up to your eyeballs.   In a matter of minutes you can fire up the computer, log onto , then get hooked up with bodacious tatas 24/7 after a jog over to Paypal.  Even better.  You could go on a business trip to Vegas with your frat brothers from college, accidentally find yourself at an Eat n Park brothel, then it’s a fairly happy ending with the breakfast buffet done via a few taps to a keypad on a leash.  What could possibly top this?  Trying to score some crack with a credit card, while driving a stolen car.

A Flint, Michigan drug addict accused of stealing a car then reporting it stolen was arrested after telling police he was robbed at gunpoint while trying to buy some crack with his mom’s credit card.   Apparently the man got too high on crack then called the cops to report a car, a 2003 Chevy Malibu,  had been stolen.  The vehicle was previously stolen out of Lapeer, about 50 miles north-northwest of Detroit, then it was brought to Flint to trade for crack or money at a chop shop.  The suspect is being lodged at the Genesee County Jail and was booked on charged of grand theft auto, theft by deception, possession of a controlled substance, filing false reports, and for being an all-around dumbass for stealing a car, reporting it stolen, then trying to buy some rocks with a credit card.  May I debit that bag of crack,  please? (


~ by the115 on 02/21/2010.

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