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How to Make Money Illegally

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A man accused of theft and burglary may have learned how to commit the crimes from a library book.

According to police, Nicholas MacNab is accused of stealing several vintage guitars and selling them on eBay.

Police also said they believe MacNab was purchasing prescription drugs like methadone, ephedrine and barbiturates from foreign countries to sell on the Internet.

Investigators said when they searched his apartment, one piece of evidence stood out. They said they found a book from the Molalla Public Library called “Money For Nothing: Ten Great Ways To Make Money Illegally.”

MacNab claimed the book was just a bad coincidence.

“It was supposed to be a DVD Nicholas Cage movie called ‘Money For Nothing,’” said MacNab. “You can check them out online and reserve them. I reserved the wrong thing.”

Molalla Public Library was closed on Monday and FOX 12 was not able to get a comment from them regarding the book.

A member of the Oregon Librarian Association told FOX 12, “Libraries don’t make judgments on books except things that are clearly illegal. As far as ideas are concerned, libraries are neutral places. Libraries are not in the censoring business.”

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nativechick1989

Well maybe not censored, but there are items/books that are 'red flagged'.

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Star_girl

There are books written on a topic like that? hmm Maybe I should go into the writing business and make me some money the legal way by writing something like that :lol:

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_Nyx_

*nonchalantly heads to the library* :whistle:

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coldethyl

Well I believe him. That's how I got most my porno. The online company sent the wrong thing.

What?

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NickMacnab

...cute...

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jesspy

very intresting

*rubs chin*

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Isis2200
There are books written on a topic like that? hmm Maybe I should go into the writing business and make me some money the legal way by writing something like that :lol:

Lol Stargirl,

But why should we stop there. How bout making money legally by writing a book called "How to make a nuclear bomb?", "10 Ways to Break into a Home Unnoticed?", "Carjacking 101", "Methamphetamines Made Easy".

LOL I'm joking, of course. I never woulda thought they woulda had a book like the one in the article. If libraries are "not in the censoring business", maybe they oughta be.

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Celumnaz
But why should we stop there. How bout making money legally by writing a book called "How to make a nuclear bomb?", "10 Ways to Break into a Home Unnoticed?", "Carjacking 101", "Methamphetamines Made Easy".

imo all this stuff Should be out there in the library.

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__Kratos__
But why should we stop there. How bout making money legally by writing a book called "How to make a nuclear bomb?", "10 Ways to Break into a Home Unnoticed?", "Carjacking 101", "Methamphetamines Made Easy".

All those things are on the net, free to people to read. :ph34r:

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wcturnersr

Let's not forget the recent book by Mr. O.J.!!!

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m. Moe
The online company sent the wrong thing.

A likely story........

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Isis2200
Let's not forget the recent book by Mr. O.J.!!!

I agree, WC, we mustn't forget "Mr. Innocent" aka OJ Simpson. Hey he'd probably be the author of the other books I mentioned. ^_^

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