This story of a couple that stole $7 million on Monday and were nabbed this morning reminds me of a second-tier friend from High School who was very dim. A few years after HS I heard that he had gotten a job with an armored car company doing ATM refills.
“Apparently, he decided that he’d skim some $20s off the top and who would be the wiser?”
“He got caught?” I asked.
“He got caught before lunch.”
I always liked that gradation: there’s risky, there’s fool-hardy, and then there’s caught before lunch.