- Jan 9, 2015
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Saw that too and thought: "If you don't want to release any info on it, or get police involved, wonder how true this story really is?""He won't get the police involved"
Then he doesn't want it back. Seriously, if you aren't making the serial number public and you aren't letting the police know it's stolen, then you don't want it back. Be quiet.
Should I assume every HCB '08 Standard is the one that was stolen? Throw his gofundme in there and as far as I'm concerned he's soliciting donations for a new guitar based on BS.
I am sure he is hoping that the person who stole it would return it if he new he/she would not get in trouble. Especially now that they can't really sell it or pawn it because the serial number is out there as stolen. I guess if you don't let the Police know then no pawn shops will no to look for stolen serial numbers and such.Saw that too and thought: "If you don't want to release any info on it, or get police involved, wonder how true this story really is?"
I laugh at some of these GoFund Mes. Where does it end?
I've seen a few GoFundMes for vacations("She's a good person and deserves this all expenses paid vacation to Italy") , to buy new tires for someone's car, etc. They just don't stop.I laugh at some of these GoFund Mes. Where does it end?
"I've always wanted a real '58 Les Paul, but the price is out of reach for me since I have kids, a mortgage, and other bills. I'm asking for a small donation to help me get closer to my goal of one day owning one."
Couldn't agree more.Sure I‘l help and donate dude but I want something out of it. How about you come play my kids 8th birthday party with the new guitar I partially purchased for you. Thats what these go fund me campaigns need…a little earn what you get and the BS ones will go away real fast