Stick Them Up I Have A Remote!

Oh well, back to the drawing board!

Nice one Edward Callahan. Callahan, a New York homeless guy, decided to try his luck robbing a bank with an old TV remote control. Damn thing nearly worked too, especially after he told the teller  it was hooked up to a bomb. Everybody panic. Terrified employees of the Chase Bank went scurrying up to the roof fearing a kaboom, while a trembling Callahan got his bag of money. Doh, unfortunately poor old Callahan only got a short distance out of the bank before having a seizure. Oh well, on the bright side, he won’t be homeless anymore!


Filed under Thanks For Nothing, They Live Among Us !, Well I Never, Whoops!

3 responses to “Stick Them Up I Have A Remote!

  1. I feel bad for everyone involved.
    Except Chase.
    Screw them. And the rest of Wall Street.

  2. Mike Logan

    Nice piece. The only two things that are clear, however, is that you don’t proofread your work and that you’re too stupid to dig deeper into Callahan’s story. I know Eddie Callahan, and he’s a nice guy. Maybe one day you’ll be stricken with a terrible disease that you don’t have the resources to handle.
    I hope you receive the same kind of compassion you give others.
    You know what they say….actually, I suppose you don’t. Anyway, as the saying goes: what goes around, comes around.

  3. Fairy Face

    We know that Mikey and we make it go around and around and around. I also have a husband who has seizures but he doesn’t scare the shit out of bank tellers either. You just don’t do that!!!!! It’s bad!!! Well not will a remote cotrol anyway lol. Tell us Mikey Logan how did your friend end up? It’s always nice to know if it had a warm and fuzzy ending.

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