Wednesday, November 10, 2010

What The Hell Wednesday - Myspace now has bars

Have you ever run into one of those stories that makes you feel good about yourself. You know, the kind that let's you say "At least I'm not THAT bad off." Well, this is one of them. Seems a young lad in Florida has to have his Myspace access not matter where he is. Makes my blog addiction seem mild.

Teen Burglar's Myspace Gave Him Away

A Florida teen was arrested Sunday evening after deputies found a computer logged onto his Myspace account in a home that had been burglarized, according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Office.

The Sheriff's Office says a caretaker for the home on Sugarloaf Key reported the burglary. Preparing to remove hurricane shutters from a door, the caretaker saw someone sitting on the living room couch.

Deputies arriving at the house found no one inside, but they did find a back window open, empty soda and food containers, and some marijuana on a coffee table. The deputies also found a bedroom computer turned on and logged into the Myspace account of Robert Rupp, 18, of Big Coppitt Key, the Sheriff's Office said.

Rupp was found a short time later walking around the neighborhood with two screwdrivers in his pockets. Rupp told a deputy he had been in the house because it was cold outside, authorities said.

Rupp was charged with burglary, possession of burglary tools and theft.

How low can you go? Breaking into a home that was boarded up to protect it from a hurricane and living the high life literally like no one was ever going to come back. But back to my original reason for picking this story for my WTHW - Granted, I spend time reading and writing blogs. To the point that Mrs. MM says I should get a life. Just because she has one, doesn't mean that I should be forced to get one too.

This is where I can say "See! At least I don't break into houses to use their computers because I can't be away from Blogger for more than a few hours at a time. There are people out there with much worse problems.....really!" I know, she won't go for it, but it's worth a try don't you think? Okay, now I'm just trying to convince myself. So back to young Mr. Rupp.

I just love how he figures he's got a few days or so to make himself at home. Smoke a little weed. Eat some free food. Make use of free internet. Life was looking pretty good. Then....Creak....Thud....Bang....plywood comes off the covered windows and it's back to looking for another place to "get out of the cold". Cold!?! In Florida? What does that mean....65 degrees?

Jeez, fella, put on a pair of long pants and suck it up. Go to the library. Log on to Myspace and stay our of jail. Than again, there is no free food or smoking in the library. What a dope. He left the computer on to his Myspace page AND he forgot his pot. Bet he didn't even leave a thank you note.

One thing is certain. As police showed up and young Robert Rupp jumped out the back window, he was thinking to himself "What the Hell?"

21 comments:

Wind said...

Well, this week I celebrate 3 years of blogging on Photographis!
Thank you for your support, my friend!
You are invited to celebrate with me!
Best regards from Romania!

Deborah said...

You do make me laugh :o)

the walking man said...

"A Florida teen explains the entire story.

Eric Alder said...

You know what they say:

Only dopes use dope.


(Just one more example of proof)

Autumnforest said...

Obviously, the teen version of "Home Alone." He should have opted to rig the house for burglars and sled down teh stairway. He might have gotten a sweet movie deal instead.

Tabor said...

Freaks me out how we fail to teach critical thinking skills!!

Titanium said...

Teenagers. Whaddya do?

Fay's Too said...

Thanks for helping me feel almost normal.

Kelley said...

He just wanted to get high, so all logical thinking was thrown out the window.

Unknown Mami said...

Maybe he's just the pot fairy leaving pot behind for those less high.

Sandra said...

Come on now Monkey Man, can we all say with great certainty, that stripped of our internet, and God forbid Blogger, we wouldn't do the exact same thing? I think not! :)
I'm laughing...

Enchanted Oak said...

This tale makes me proud to be an adult who has not had to break into anyone's house in the past, oh, 20 years or so. I don't think the kid's consequences area of the brain has fully formed, do you?

budh.aaah said...

This was hilarious :) '' Just because she has one, doesn't mean that I should be forced to get one too. '

Jannie Funster said...

Yeah really -- 65 degrees, cold? I guess pot does distort one's perception of space, time and now -- temperature??

Oh, remember the movie, was it Opportunity Knocks,yes I think so when Dana Carvey and pal hung out in the "stereo house?" Reminds me of that. Fun, fun movie!

And guess what, MM?? Should you look in Jannie's sidebar you shall see a little something for you which shall remain in top spot for the next 24 hours.

Now, let's see how Internet addicted you REALLY are, and how long it takes you to get over and comment on my latest post. :)

xo

Jannie Funster said...

Whoops -- grammar, you WILL see a little something, not you shall.

I shall.
You will.
He, she, it might perhaps, one day when the moon is in the house of Mars and Orion rising into Jupiter,or something like that? :)

xo

Jannie Funster said...

Dude, that was excellently, a 'way 'way fast response at my blog!! :)

xo

Caty said...

I completely understand the cold part...I would probably break into a house to avoid the cold too ;)

Caty said...

oh, I just wouldn't forget to log out of myspace!

Marla said...

Poor dumb kid. Luckily for him, he will have free room and board where he's headed.

Tina said...

They just get more bizarre everyday! I like how you dig these up and share! Keep 'em coming, MM.

Nessa said...

This story should be an ad for legalizing pot.