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Performance Crime

So, a rabbi, a priest, and a minister walk into a bank...
 
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Here's the idea: You get together a bunch of really creative crimminals who want to work together, get them all in the same outfits (rule of bank-robbing teams, gotta look alike) and then go into the bank. You have pairs performing comedy routines throughout the bank, destracting people and drawing attention away form the guys with the guns. The bank-robbing part of the team gets the money, the money is put in bags that are identical (and every member of the team has a bag that's filled with something that ain't money) and bags are switched back and forth, passing the money around as the entire team rushes out and disperses.

If you want to kill a guy, then you draw from a hat. Whoever gets the black spot is the killer. but nobody but the killer knows. Then your group surrounds the victim in a public place, dressed identically, all doing bits from SNL or something, and the killer does his job. Then everybody disperses in all directions.

I think this would be an interesting premise for a caper flick, or some similar. But it could work in real life, too.

Eugene, Dec 17 2003

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       na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na na, Batman!
luecke, Dec 17 2003
  

       Hm, I 'spose the Joker may have baked this. But he wasn't THAT funny...
Eugene, Dec 17 2003
  

       THE BISHOP!
Letsbuildafort, Dec 17 2003
  

       If they get caught it would make the court proceedings fairly interesting. Who stole what? and Who killed who?
v0rtexx, Dec 18 2003
  
      
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