How To Avoid Involvement in a Vicious Felony
If you are looking for ransom I can tell you I don't have money, but what I do have are a very particular set of skills acquired from being obsessed with True Crime.
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This segment is from the Large Almond Latte Podcast Episode: "BAIII Social Taboos, Avoiding Vicious Felonies & Million Dollar Beach House"
If you’re a basic, white bitch like me, you probably froth true crime. And if you were on the case, you’d 100% know that a person who dies in a fire with carbon monoxide in their lungs was alive when the fire was lit, or that if a crime scene smells like bleach, sprinkle a bit of luminol on the scene to see the blood splatter. But what if you were involved in a crime yourself? I’m obviously not going to tell you how to get away with murder, there’s a TV show for that. What if you go missing or you’re falsely convicted? Well for the second week in a row, you can call me Detective Olivia Benson because I’m going to share with you some rules to follow, (with some strong input from my fav True Crime podcast ‘Crime Junkie’s Life Rules,’ ) to eliminate your involvement in a vicious felony.
1. YOU NEVER REALLY KNOW ANYONE, EVER.(you can only trust your dog)
Sure, you look at the Golden State Killer or Ted Bundy and think, ‘how did the wife not know?’ But how many times have you found out facts about your friends that have totally surprised you? Even something as small as ‘they don’t like chocolate or dogs.’ Both sure signs of a psychopath. How many close friends have you had to block during this pandemic because they’ve received their Facebook University Law Degree? Don’t trust anyone, but yourself... and your dog. Always trust your dog. If a dog does not like a human, immediately get them out of your life.
2. NEVER TEASE A SECRET (spill secrets)
If you have a secret, you MUST tell someone or you will be murdered. Never ever tell your friend “I need to talk to you about something.” Just tell them. Never ever say you’ve been scared someone is following you without going into to detail, i