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Posted: 4/17/2017 10:55:08 AM EDT
Stopped off at the local drug store on the way home to pick up some cold/flu medicine for my youngest son - saw three county deputies in the parking lot.

As I was shopping - saw the deputies at the photo counter.

As I was leaving - saw the deputy - one had a CD on his finger.  Bet that someone was getting something printed up that they should not have been.

Yes I think that some one was going to have a bad day.

Red
Link Posted: 4/17/2017 11:03:50 AM EDT
People still get pictures printed at drug stores?

Might have been surveillance footage from the store cameras.
Link Posted: 4/17/2017 11:20:06 AM EDT
We had Wal-Mart refuse to print some bathtub photos of our kids.  All you could see was backsides and smiles.  It also got us a visit by a social worker.

ETA 8 years ago
Link Posted: 4/17/2017 11:35:45 AM EDT
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We had Wal-Mart refuse to print some bathtub photos of our kids.  All you could see was backsides and smiles.  It also got us a visit by a social worker.

ETA 8 years ago
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I recall that a few decades ago my sister and her friends took some interesting photos (They were 14 or so).  No one cared at the photo place.  

Of course my sister had no idea my mother was going to take that film to get it developed either.  Mom and dad were a bit upset.
Link Posted: 4/17/2017 1:22:24 PM EDT
About forty years ago I did a photo shoot which involved wrapping a model in a lot of clear plastic wrap, genitalia and breasts were unrecognizable.  

My enlarger was down, she wanted photo's rfn, so I had a lab do them in black and white.  

Three days later came a knock on the door, two detectives with an 8x10 of the finished photo and a few questions.  I had to contact her to meet with the police and prove she wasn't dead.
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