ShakeZuma, on Wednesday, October 12th, 2011, 3:11 AM, said:
as soon as you lay eyes on the guy, murder him first, before he has a chance to murder you! he will sooo never expect that!
I went in with this in mind, but the guy was so good looking, I raped him first, and then killed him. Way more satisfying that way.Actually, I did meet him today, after many false starts, and he brought a buddy. There were like reject cast members from Jersey Shore -- guido-wannabes but not bright enough or good-looking enough.So after he said his plane was coming in at 11:30, I finally contacted him at 1:30 and he said his plane "just arrived" and he'd catch a limo to my bank where I had arranged to meet him (in a big office building). They show up in the buddy's car.... so he flew his car up, too? He calls, and says I'm here, meet me in the parking ramp. I pretended like I didn't hear him and said ok, see you in the bank in a couple minutes. I went to the bank and waited 10 minutes and he called and said he was out by the front door. I said, OK, just open the door, come in, and go to the right, the bank is right there. So finally him and his goofball buddy arrive at the bank. I told them I arranged for the cashier to hold the title and the money while they look at the car. They refused, and wanted me to just go out to the car with them. OK, even weirder. So buddy agrees to wait at the bank while the buyer goes to look at the car. He tries 4 or 5 times to get me to get in the car with him, but that made me even less willing to go anywhere with this freak. So finally I said just take it for a drive, I'll wait in the bank. He comes back about 5 minutes later and says he'll take it, so we let the bank count the money and they check every single bill to see if it was counterfeit. All clear, right? No, the federal govt has a law that if you make a transaction with over $10K in cash, the bank has to report it to the feds, so they needed all of our IDs. The guidos freak out and start declaring all their constitutional rights and how they are not involved, it's my problem. (They do have a point -- if I had stood six feet outside the door of the bank and taken the money, the bank would only need my ID). So anyway, I point out to guido 1 that he had to give me his information for the title anyway, and he relents, but guido 2 says no way. It's a huge scene in the lobby of the bank with all sorts of people coming from the bank to discuss this. Finally, the bank pretends they don't see guido 2 and just go ahead with it. I deposit the money immediately.I asked why they would come this far to buy a car, and guido 2 said they can't find a car with a clear title and one owner in the Chicago metro area. Possible? Maybe. Plausible? Not really.My theory: they want an out-of-state car to make a drug run and will never register the car, it'll turn up burned or dismantled somewhere, with me as the last owner of record. (No big deal, I already notified the state I sold it.) These two seemed like the kind of low-level crooks who think they are hot stuff but are really just being used and abused by the guys in charge.