questionswould you steal a million dollars worth of…

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Ha, no I wouldn't. I wouldn't steal anything, nevermind a watch. If I were to steal something though... Yeah, still can't think of anything 'cause I'm really not in to stealing... I'd rather go without...

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Yes, but I would also do everything on this video:

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I'd have to be pretty ticked off to do that.

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@captainsuperdawg: Hah, that was the first thing I thought of when I read "would you steal..."

Glad someone's keepin this place classy!

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whats the big deal? when i worked at the movie theater i probably ate $1,000,000 of popcorn over the years. In the words of Lindsay Bluth "companies expect you to steal from them, it's built into the price".

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@ndcouch: Lol, popcorn...high end watches. Yeah, you're right no big difference :P

Anyways, no I wouldn't. But not really surprised. Two employees were arrested for embezzling at the department store in my small hometown my mom works at. Just kept stealing till they got caught, I think they made it to several hundred thousand dollars.

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If I were going to steal a million dollars worth of watches, they wouldn't be Swiss Army watches. That's like stealing a Hyundai, and not the new, respectable Hyundais, but the older Hyundais that no one wanted to buy because the door handles and seat belts would fall off in your hands.

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No, that's silly. And I'd likely get caught, so really, no.

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@inkycatz: Come on, you can be honest. Nobody in mangement reads these anymore anyway. You mean you don't have like 20 relatives of Mortimer and Monte in your house?

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@dmaz: best watch your back, or we might have to face the consequences. Perhaps we should dial back our expectations or even wind down the operation itself.

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when I worked in bars and nightclubs as a DJ, I drank over $300,000 worth of booze for free. Even though it was usually given to me by the bartenders, I guess it was technically stealing. I wasn't an alcoholic, though, I only drank while I was working.

I'm currently a bartender, and I don't even overpour for big tippers or hot chicks, but I have to warn people.... Bartenders are the thievingist, laziest, most dishonest people you'll ever hire. Sure, there are good ones too, but I've seen firsthand that over half of them are straight up thieves. Over a period of a year at a high volume bar, a single bartender can easily pocket $75,000-$100,000 in stolen cash. There was one that we just KNEW was stealing a few hundred per week, but for nearly 3 years we couldn't catch him. Finally figured out his system.... he had a few rubber bands from the stacks of ones at the beginning of the night that he would move from compartment to compartment in his drawer, signifying different amounts stolen.

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No stealing here, except for a few bases in baseball years ago. :) Thieves are #1 on my hate list.

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$1M Victorinox? No. $1M Vacheron Constantin, maybe.