Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Handy hints if contemplating a career in crime

I sometimes despair of the quality, the calibre, of our up-and-coming young criminals, Dear Reader.

Case in point, just the other day I was doing one of those jobs I really hate doing but occasionally it helps pay the bills: repossessions.

And it wasn't a vehicular repo, which generally go smoothly, but household chattels.

Which generally don't.

And this wasn't an exception.

Tuesday, February 04, 2014

Handy Surveillance Rule-of-Thumb

So, every now and again one topic again arises, Dear Reader, in regards to carrying out surveillance.

Usually, the scenario goes something like this: Douchebag Client wants X hours surveillance on the Subject. The Subject's home address is known, little else is. Douchebag Client instructs you to obtain video/photographic evidence of said Subject's escapades and expects you to put in 12+ hour days surveilling him/her.


So here is my handy rule-of-thumb in regards to the above scenario: