[LMB] Is Barr a rapist? or I'm misunderstanding beguilement?
ravenclaweric at gmail.com
Fri Aug 9 05:50:51 BST 2019
Banking or investing outside the US would also be well-advised. You're
exactly right about not living larger than your known income can explain.
That's one way they often catch spies, BTW---intelligence agencies keep an
eye on their personnel, and someone who's throwing more money around than
he's known to have is a person they are going to at least suspect of
On Thu, Aug 8, 2019 at 11:27 PM Gwynne Powell <gwynnepowell at hotmail.com>
> From: Eric Oppen <ravenclaweric at gmail.com>
> The thing is, the only way we can study criminals is by looking at the ones
> who are caught---who are, most likely, the bottom of the barrel, on the
> average. I once did, for my own amusement, a list of rules I would follow
> if I were to take up a life of crime, and IMNSHO following those rules
> would greatly reduce the chance of getting caught (time and chance happen
> to us all).
> Gwynne: When they catch criminals I'm often surprised, and depressed, at
> the pointlessness of it all. Someone who's quietly defrauded a company, or
> the welfare system, for years - but spends money on big holidays and posts
> about it on social media. Gets plastic surgery and buys expensive handbags.
> Or just gambles it away. Pointless, and so easily caught.
> If I were going to siphon off some serious money, I'd do it quietly and
> use that
> money to build up my own business or investment empire; I'd make sure I
> became independently wealthy, or at least comfortable, and then stop taking
> more. And I'd set enough aside so that I could repay my original ...er..
> if necessary.
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