It still shocks me when people react negatively to my stealing. I guess part of the horror/beauty of mental illness is the totally blinkered relationship you develop with risk. Getting busted doesn't even occur to me.
A recent undercover sting operation busted a Lego thief in Portland, but thanks to the toy bricks' high price and the ease of reselling them online, stealing them has become a lucrative trade.
Do I feel guilty? Only when it comes to my body and the things that I did to it, but not about what I did to the owner.
The genius behind "Real Deal Magazine" illustrates the OG way to get your Christmas loot.
I spoke to a seasoned shoplifter and one of the "store detectives" tasked with catching people like her in the act.
Leave an audio log? Flirt outrageously with everyone? Strafe? There are some gaming actions that should never cross over into our realities.
Making off with a whole house is hard to manage, hard to get away with and hard on the victims. It also happens more often than you might think.
"No, it’s never okay to steal from anyone, not even a dog."
"My friends and I used to have this thing about stealing cheese."