Maybe they should have stolen his car's fancy pants?
And that's the REAL reason he has to ball on a budget now. I mean, just think about it... Seventy-five whole cents! That could have bought, umm... a refill of tea!
In all seriousness, though, I wonder if the icon of Jesus will make the thief stop and ask himself what he's doing with his life. Breaking into cars for a handful of change can't be the career path he dreamed about growing up. Who knows, maybe he really WILL find Jesus in the end. The Lord doth work in mysterious ways.
5 whole tea bags, even. If you're happy with whatever brand is in the vending machine at the Cheeze at UBC, anyway. I've never really understood the point of those teabags, though - there's no kettle at the Cheeze, and going by the taste, there are clearly metals leaching into the water. Mmm...cold tapwater-and-copper tea. (I'm assuming it's copper and not lead pipes, anyway, but who knows with a building that old.)
Tea in vending machines? Huh, interesting; I've never heard of that. When I was at MTU (Michigan Technological University) all we had was racks of variety pack Tazo in the dining halls and campus cafe. For some reason nobody would EVER take the Passion Fruit tea, though, leading to this awkward period in the middle of the semester where the racks were overflowing with neglected Passion Fruit and us student workers couldn't restock them because the racks were TECHNICALLY full. Of course, being as we were all ENGINEERING student workers, one day we just secretly hid the extra Passion Fruit in a bag in the supply closet, thereby restoring the status-quo.
...until we had to purge them again next semester.
I once had my truck broken into, back when I had a truck. I'd let a friend borrow it, and someone broke into it at the local college... to steal a pack of cigarettes. If I remember right, she said that the pack was almost empty, too.
I also had my truck broken into, back when I also had a truck. They stole a hackey sack... and it cost me $80 to replace the window. Jerks.
I had my Wrangler broken into once. They took the cheap stereo I put in there specifically because I figured it would get stolen at some point since I never locked my doors. I figured, rather them open the door and take the $60 stereo than cut the $400 soft top and steal it anyway.
I wonder if there's a black market for that...