Shaking his head in argument, Stephan said, “That doesn’t mean you can’t. Look, it’s simple. Go into the store and look for the slowest looking guy you see. You can’t miss him. Walk up to him and say, ‘I need you to put everything you got in there into here.’ There’s nothing to it.”
Tony couldn’t believe this. To do a robbery without a weapon? He had no problems with doing commercial burglaries, or robberies for that matter. He'd done many jobs with Stephan years ago. “You must be crazy, Stephan,” was all Tony could think to say.
“Try it. You’ll be amazed with what you come away with.”
Tony shook his head in wonderment, but made his way to the store.
There was a dimwitted looking guy there. Tony would have known to go to him even if he wasn’t the only person working the store. He walked up to the counter, pointed to the cash register and said, “Put everything you’ve got in there into here.”
The guy looked at Tony with a moronic smile. He then laughed and said, “Oh, you mean everything from here into there!” The guy chuckled again and leaned down to pick up a sack at his feet. He grabbed something from inside, reached over and dropped it into Tony’s sack.
Shocked, Tony balled up the opening of the sack and ran out the store. Two blocks away, he opened it and stared in awe. Inside, was a glorious entryway to heaven. Scratching his head, Tony whispered, “Why is it locked?”