Friday, May 01, 2009

McPhantom and a Face of Fries to go

Victims suffer through no fault of their own. Victim can't save themselves from harm either, or they wouldn't be victims in the first place. The victim is thus victimized by a powerful force he cannot defend himself against. There oughta be a law. Take the case of a poor and medically challenged drug addict who is compelled by force of circumstances and the law to hold up a drive through in the middle of the night to support his drug-addiction. It's not his fault he's a drug addict. That would be due to the evils of the system that made him seek self-medication to save him from the pain of living in an unjust system. His medication is illegal, who knows why. Thus, driven to drugs, he is then criminalized for it and further driven to crime because the welfare office won't give him enough money to afford his drug habit. He has to steal to get by. Poor fellow.


"Surrey robber doused with boiling oil"

By Staff Reporter, The Province. April 30, 2009

A robber was foiled Wednesday night when a fast-food restaurant employee doused him with boiling oil.

Shortly after 11:30 p.m. a man walked up to the drive-thru at a McDonald's restaurant at 96th Avenue and 160th Street in Surrey with part of his shirt pulled up over his face. He brandished a knife at the attendant and demanded cash.

But, as the suspect reached through the window to grab money from the cash drawer, another staffer threw a litre of boiling oil into the man's face.

He ran away.

Comment April 30, 2009 - 11:12 AM from "RIGHT."

I'm more worried that this robber will live beneath the restaurant in its sewers and play a huge organ. The McPhantom.

Maybe we'll hear McDonald's jingles eerily floating up from the sewer grates. Another tragic story from the half-naked city.

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