Today the perps tried to run me over all day. I walked around the shopping center and a man in a car saw me, sped up and came at me. I did not move out-of-the-way. I was in the right of way and was not about to go running off. If he’d hit me, maybe he’d kill me; or if he didn’t kill me, he’d end up spending a lot of his insurance money for my hospitalization. After this man did this to me, all day long, cars were coming up to me, speeding up and stopping short of running me over. I never once moved out-of-the-way. They thought they’d scare me, but I don’t scare easily. The s–t just never stops with these people.
I went into the supermarket to buy some things, and there’s one thing I’ve noticed lately. Watch, watch the cashier very closely. This happens to me all the time, so that’s why I’m telling you to be careful with the cashier. I bought some rice and made sure that it wasn’t open, or had any holes in it. I took the rice to the cashier and paid. There are two things I’ve noticed lately when I get home. At first, I thought this was just happening as a normal cause of doing business, but now I know it’s not. Every single time I come home, the bottom of my plastic bag has slits at the bottom of it. And today, as always the bags has two slits at the bottom of the bag. And the rice I bought, when I took it out of the bag, had a slit in it. The rice was all over the things I bought. This is what the cashiers do all the time, make slits in the bottom of the bags, and other things, so that I’ll have an accident and drop my things as I’m walking home. They also do this when I buy the 1 gallon bottles of water. The bottles used to have a plastic handle, but no longer do. The bottles now have scotch tape on the bottles. So what the cashiers do is sneakily take the tape off just enough so I won’t notice. I don’t know how many times I’ve dropped my bottle water. The scotch tape breaks off and I drop the bottle water. And the bottle breaks and water runs all over the sidewalk, so I end up going home with no water. It’s taken me this long to realize what they’re doing to me. I bet a lot of you go home with slits at the bottom of your plastic bags. I know you do. If they do this to me, they’re doing it to you. Once they know something works, they do it to all the targets. When you get home, check the bottom of your plastic bags. I bet there are slits in the bottom of the bag. And I don’t mean normal tear from carrying heavy things, it’s a slit.
So, I’m just warning you about the cashier. Make sure you watch her when she’s packing your things. Watch her/him when he’s putting things in your bag. Make sure that he’s not making any slits in the bottom of your plastic bags, or removing tape from your water bottle, or messing with something in your bag.
As I said, the s–t just never stops.
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