“ya know, these stories about finding bags of money left where no intelligent person would have even thought of leaving them (shopping carts, middle-of-the-road, on the beach, etc.)...and now this lady who couldn't remember where she left $98,000???? c'mon...yer pulling my ledger.”
jsphx on Nov 12, 2013 at 00:33:04
“Honor and honestly are just quaint! Honor is all we have that's worth anything. We don't have children; they are not ours, but a sacred trust that requires homor to requit.”
visionrider on Nov 12, 2013 at 00:23:53
“I found a deposit bag full of hundred dollar bills outside and took it inside and gave it to the bank manager.
Didn't want one.
It was the right thing to do.”
seattleite4 on Nov 12, 2013 at 00:16:22
“When I cleaned out my grandmother's house I almost threw away $7,000. that she had jammed into envelopes and "hidden" back into the Mead envelopes box. She was hiding it and forgot where she hid it. She accused family members of taking it. My dad was able to bring her the money--and she apologized when we told her where it was because it was then that she remembered where she had stashed it.”
grobthom on Nov 11, 2013 at 23:52:10
“Old people move things around from different drawers etc. It happens.”
ckdogs on Nov 11, 2013 at 23:07:08
“The poor lady had dementia and this honest person will allow her live in dignity.”
“my father loved the holidays as everyone wanted OFF...he took their hours...holidays were 'time and a half or sometimes double, even triple hourly pay.' we had our holiday on a different day. no big deal. providing for the family was important...and, i'm sure, it still is for most.”
“I agree on the point that it was a very good snipers nest. However, he was no sniper and a good shot at best. And I don't think that he could aim, fire, and then cycle the bolt, raise the rifle, and aim a second shot at a moving target in the timeframe that the shots were made. He didn't act alone.”