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Old 11-22-2011, 10:10 PM
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mybe being poor has some merrit I do not have any of that high dollar equipment,, aIf some one broke in to take some of my stuff i would be out a good timex . But Dee I will send you a bit of money to help you replace some of your equipment.. hope to see you at TFT... best wishes
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mybe being poor has some merrit I do not have any of that high dollar equipment,, aIf some one broke in to take some of my stuff i would be out a good timex . But Dee I will send you a bit of money to help you replace some of your equipment.. hope to see you at TFT... best wishes
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Not sure about the entire weekend event, but I am planning on being there for one of the days.
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Starting in about september ,all the homeless from up north head down for the winter . Sad but true .
We have an area by the jail that they are supposed to stay at , but once they hit duval and learn to prey on good people like you , we are stuck with trhem till spring .

I love KW and am always sorry to hear such things .

Dee call 305- 296-7880 ( pawn shops )
294-2226
295-7757
294-8010 with youre #,s and ask them to keep an eye out .
Thanks for the info. And YES, I do plan on going to KW next year ... my things will just be locked down better
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Once again, sorry Dee.

Good to talk with you today.............................
Same here, thank you for the info, I will definitely being using that info when my equipment is replaced
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I assume you filed a police report. If you find the equipment at a pawn shop call the police and they will seize it- the pawn shop will be out of the money they paid and may even help find the culprits.

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Old 11-23-2011, 07:33 AM
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Sorry to hear about this Dee!!!! Stuff like this just pisses me off man, work so hard for sh1t and scumbags come along and just f*#&k it all up!!!!

Im in for the $100 spot, you do great things for us race teams and it would be a privalige to help you out!!!

Let me know!!

Good luck with everything!!
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Old 11-23-2011, 10:12 AM
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Damn!!!! that is really bad move to steal someone's most valuable things! I am so sorry, Dee...I just hope you get these back to ya.....

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Very good question, because if it was a "chain" hotel...like the Holiday Inn or something, I would be hunting myself up a lawyer without saying anything to the hotel...basically...replace my stuff and we will call it even.

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Old 11-23-2011, 01:43 PM
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Theres a few things about it on the net.I would do some research,Maybe they will cover some of the lability?

innkeeper-liability law
lack of security

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What Kind of Measures Do Hotels Need to Take to Avoid Liability?
A hotel needs to provide adequate measures to protect the safety of their guests. Otherwise, a hotel will usually be considered to have acted in a negligent manner. Inadequate measures often include:

■Able to anticipate criminal acts: If the hotel should have been aware that it is in a high crime area or knows that many crimes occur on their property, then the hotel needs to take adequate steps to protect their guests. For example, installation of cameras or hiring security guards may be required.
■Failure to warn: At the very least, the hotel should provide you with a warning if it is located in a high crime area.
■Failure to properly maintain property: Sometimes criminals will break into rooms with faulty door locks or pry open easy access windows. Hotels are under a duty to ensure that these things and other items are properly maintained.
■Inadequate lighting in parking lots or hallways.

determine if the hotel has violated any of its legal duties and

http://www.hotelinteractive.com/arti...articleID=1605

Maybe craiglist
http://keys.craigslist.org/search/ss...xAsk=&hasPic=1
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Totally makes sense if you have cash for a lawyer. not so sure dee does.
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