Sunday, July 25, 2010

Lessons Matt Kennedy Learned When Attempting Theft - #3

3. Never offer information about your financial stability, assets, or property.

Transparency is a fine theory for Christians foolish enough to be concerned with storing up treasure in the next world, but if you’re interested in grabbing some decent assets in this one you should play your hand as closely as possible. That way if you lose there’s still a chance of holding on to a few morsels the other side couldn’t find.

3 comments :

Anonymous said...

Since when is this dork a knowledgeable person? Seems to me he´s masterminded a mini failure and is shamefully trying to keep making excuses for his less-than-loving behavior by digging further into the dark HOLE of insisting on his very own version of respectful behavior...as if he knew basic good manners and common sense from extremist bigoted nonsense...could of fooled me!

Charles Adolphe Faux-Pas Bidet said...

They seem sensible enough precepts for those dealing with the secular world

Grandmère Mimi said...

What I'd take from the lessons is don't do what he did.