Quoted from Jasenwm:
People often tell me ''well people shouldn't commit crimes, they have no right to go into my vehicle just because it's unlocked. I totally agree with this but you can either cry about how people should act or take action to make yourself less likely to be a victim. I'm only talking about car break ins , 99.9% of the times it's teenage kids walking around checking for unlocked doors. Crime of oppertunity. Most times they just get some spare change but once in a while someone will leave valubles,cash or the best one I had was people leaving the key fob to start the car in the car and the car gets stolen. No people shouldn't steal other people's things but they do, that's reality.
But did you even read this thread?
The OP isn't "crying" about anything. He just posted a video of some asshole stealing a $10 trailer chock from his driveway, and then let us know about how the story ended up, with him confronting the guy at a bagel store.
It was mildly entertaining and we all moved on with our lives, until the "YOU MORONS ARE ASKING FOR IT!!!" brigade showed up. Like, what's the point? It's not like he left his brand new La-Z-boy on the sidewalk, or his wife's best jewelry in the driveway.
Is the argument that he should be so ashamed of his stupidity he shouldn't have posted the video here? Or that he deserved to lose a dead battery and we should be celebrating the perpetrator, and perhaps contributing to his legal defense?
In classic Big style, "I don't get it."