Catch and Release That Bass!

[Hey, You!] The case of the purloined Rickenbacker

Matt Bors

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You're the guy who wandered into our apartment complex, smashed the rear window of my wife's car and stole her Rickenbacker bass at 5 a.m. We know what time it was from the surveillance camera! Soon, your face is going to be all over OC and the Internet. Your impersonal act has a very personal consequence: That bass has traveled around the world with us, and it's her only one. You could return it. Dickhead.

 
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G CLEF
G CLEF

I SURE HOPE THIS GUY CHOOSES TO WALK WITH GOD AND DECIDES TO RETURN YOURRICKENBACKER,... BEING A MUSICIAN MYSELF THAT IS ONE THING I WOULD LIKE SEE AGAIN,...MY INSTRUMENT,...AND TO THE F'N THIEF WHO SMASHED AND GRABBED,...GODSMACK MTHR'F'R,...I PRAY YOU RETURN THE BASS ,...'CAUSE YOU KNOW THAT'S JUST BAD KARMA,...

Dweezle.Di
Dweezle.Di

I suggest you check local Pawn Shops. if you can positively identify it, and it has been reported stolen to police you can get it back AND get the theif

SIQQ BRO!
SIQQ BRO!

Not that I advocate theft, but you left a Rickenbocker in the car. In this day and age you kind of asked for it, dipshits.

 
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