[QUOTE=LSkrap;1089135] Little Miss Magic, just because you pay more money for something doesnt mean you should have any greater chance of it being taken. And both things I made referrence to are crimes punishable in a court of law. Of course a child missing is of greater severity, anyone with half a brain can see that, but it’s the point I’m trying to convey as far as missing belongings…what’s next? Get my point? I hope so. I’m going to try my best not to respond to some of the foolish remarks made by jaded individuals. [/QUOTE]
I’m Victoria. Nice to meet you.
Foolish remarks by jaded individuals? I was trying to be nice, but now you’re asking for my attention (sorry, mods ).
Your first post on this site which you joined in August of this year (likely three days ago) was one complaining about a stolen stroller, using terrible grammar and punctuation - a very heated post. Very troll-like.
There was a post complaining about a stroller stolen a week or two ago. I took that one seriously because the poster had been around for a while and wasn’t bashing the Disney corporation, saying that because they won’t pull up a video trying to find the person who stole their stroller that they are terrible with security and not to be trusted with luggage or children or anyone’s life.
We’re all sorry your stroller was stolen. I haven’t seen anyone say, “You deserved to have the thing stolen! Serves you right!” Everyone was just saying that yes, you lost an expensive stroller, but when you put a lot of money into one thing, it’s a harder hit than when you don’t.
And yeah, I think that expensive things are more likely to be stolen than inexpensive things. If I was a thief, I wouldn’t steal the cheap little umbrella stroller - I’d take the fancy schmancy one.
We’re very friendly here on Mousebuzz, but when you don’t introduce yourself - just make your first post a long, complaining, fiery rant - we tend to put our guards up. I am rather confident that after this thread has faded away, we won’t see you here, again.