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To the stupid dirt bag who stole my passenger side 1/4 window at the Eagle Rock Show

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So, I had a guy ask me if I would sell just one 1/4 window, told him no, sold as sets.  I guess he didn't like my answer, waited until I was distracted by other potenial buyers, then walked off with the one 1/4 window he was wanting.  Stealing from me, a guy who sells items well below most sell things for, because I want to support our community of guys building a 510.  Your a total dirt bag!

Your also not the most intelligent individual because most likely you won't be able to use the 1/4 window you stole, it was a factory tinted version, not many cars have these windows.  If you do use it, and bring your car to any of the SoCal meets, I'll be able to identify you.  Your car will stand out with all clear windows and a Passenger side factory tinted 1/4 window. :rofl:  :rofl:

 

On a better note, I hadn't been to a Eagle Rock meet in around 6 years, sold parts back then because I was moving and didn't have much room for parts at the new place.  A young guy remembered me and some the etched windows I had.  He tried to buy them back then, I wasn't partial to parting with them, I was still on the fence about using them myself.  He reminded me of the time he meet me and still wanted the windows.  We came to an agreement on a price and he got his 1/4 windows he had wanted for years.  I was genuinely happy for the guy, almost gave them to him at the price, but that's what makes it right, a younger generation supporting our Datsun community, it's what I'm about.  I enjoyed selling my stuff, seeing people enthusiastic about getting parts for their builds.  Sadly, I most likely won't be selling again, sold all of my spare parts.  Now I will be showing up with my 510. :thumbup:

 

 

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Anyone shoot video?, Would be Kool if he's in one and someone identifies him :thumbup:

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We should find this individual and provide him with some justice.

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Also bad move telling him the uniqueness of the window so he can do what is necessary to change it.

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Can't un tint it, only sell it or buy all tinted glass for the car. Third is return it or throw away.

 

 

So when and where was this?

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I see.

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I have a big stack of 1/4 windows and 90% of them have the green tinted glass. Really not that rare

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They're rare cause some people hoard big stacks of them  :poke:  :rofl:

 

It cant be that hard to find him.  He'll get his.  Maybe a nice rear ending! Hopefully in his rice rocket, not the dime!

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They're rare cause some people hoard big stacks of them :poke: :rofl:

 

It cant be that hard to find him. He'll get his. Maybe a nice rear ending! Hopefully in his rice rocket, not the dime!

That would be fine, the keeper could buy it an fix it.

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Thieves: Should all burn in hell! Why they think they have the right to take what's not theirs is beyond me: I guess they just don't care...

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Losing something to a fuck stump like that is not the beginning or the end of a shitty act like that. Chances are the guy that stole it had his smashed by a thief who broke into his car and stole a bunch of his stuff. Not that it justifies stealing from you, but I'd bet that's how he rationalized it. We may not do the same stupid shit this guy did, but having your stuff stolen also steals your trust in others. Two crimes really. What he puts out in the world will come back to him one way or another. Karmic justice isn't mystical, it's logical.

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Losing something to a fuck stump like that is not the beginning or the end of a shitty act like that. Chances are the guy that stole it had his smashed by a thief who broke into his car and stole a bunch of his stuff.

 

The circle of life.

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Karma... while I would like to believe in it, I've been around long enough to know that people like an explanation for shit that happens to them. Karma is just a soothing ointment for a scrap we don't feel we deserve. Our trying to resist entropy and impose justice and order on total randomness. It eases our outrage at being, or experiencing, a victim of randomness and happily accepts coincidence as 'balancing the accounts'. Sadly people do get away with murder. Like the wise man Gump said... "Shit happens.... sometimes."  

 

 

If you believe in Karma you must also believe that 69datsun510 deserved this and it was merely a 'settling of accounts' for something he did.

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Did you ever get the feeling the government is watching us but,  they have been trapped in a room for many years with only re-runs of 1960s Japanese animation as entertainment? 

 

 

 

 

 

Hmmmm

 

 

 

 

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                    Too bad you couldn't find the guy,& take a center punch to the

window he stole.

                   Of course,you'd have to be POSITIVELY sure it was him.

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Too bad you couldn't find the guy,& take a center punch to the

window he stole.

Of course,you'd have to be POSITIVELY sure it was him.

Why would someone knowingly destroy property that is rightfully theirs: Just to spite someone who willfully took it?

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 Karma.... if good or evil happens to you... you fucking deserve it. 

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Mike,  When I stated Karma, I meant that the guy who stoled his shit will get his just desserts. That is all..you are reading into it too much.

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But according to Karma if you do something bad something bad will happen to you. Good will return good. If something was stolen then the guy it was stolen from deserved it.

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Don't sweat it Racer, Mike's got a passion for pragmatism. If you believe there is no order in the universe, you really owe it to yourself to read Douglas Hofstadter's Gödel, Escher, Bach.

 

Using the works of Poet Kurt Gödel, artist M. C. Escher and composer Johann Sebastian Bach, the book examines how intelligence, and self awareness allow thinking systems to acquire meaning despite being made of meaningless matter. It also talks about the notion of meaning itself. It's not a counter argument against entropy, but it makes a clear statement for how we create such flawed ideas as entropy, and karma. 

 

Also watch the beginning of Magnolia 

 

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Karma is not as simple as one thinks it is.  It's not binary 0 and 1, maybe something good will happen to the guy who got ripped off, maybe it will happen tomorrow or next year.  In either case, I feel for the guy who got ripped off.

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Hopefully people dont think it was me lol,  my 4 door 510 has a green factory tinted 1/4 glass on the back passenger door,  but its been that way for 15 years. 

 

 

Seriously fucked up though,  hate thieves :( 

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