The Good View: Weekly Boost

Genre: Talk-Show


- Eh!

That's a gun asshole.

What the f*ck are

you doing here, huh?

This can't be no coincidence.

Who sent you?

Who sent you?

Nobody in this town

crosses Lorenzo, no one.

You're a dead man!

- Hey!



You, you!


- Hello?

- Roy?

- Jimmy, what's up?

- Things went bad

man, really bad.

- Hey hold on.

What happened, now

do you have the car?

- Yea I got the car,

but what the f*ck

did you get me into?

- Hey, now take it easy.

Now, tell me what happened.

- I did exactly what you said!

I was there within the window.

And then some guys show's up,

puts a gun in my face, and

you guaranteed me that time!

- But you got away?

- Yea I got away but I had

to stab the dude in the neck!

I boost cars, I don't stab

motherfuckers in the neck!

- Okay, now listen.

We can fix this.

But, you got to bring

the car to the location.

I'll meet you there.

- Who's Lorenzo?

- How do you know that name?

- Who is he?

Roy, you fucked me man!

- Now Jimmy, you knew this

was going to be risky.

Now trust me.

You don't want to f*ck

with these people.

If you bring us

the car right now,

I can fix this.

- F*ck you!

Who's us?

You fucked me man,

you knew those guys

were going to be there.

You set me up!

- Think about this Jimmy.

This is going to be

the most important

move of your life.

It's bad enough you have one

gangster out to kill you.



- Detroit's a single mother

living in a trailer park

with a baby on her hip.

And L.A.'s a porn

star with fake tits,

deep pockets, and

a coke problem.

Everybody comes out

here to find something.

Or run away from something.

I'm doing both.

Figured it was my

environment that was

making me who I was.

When you f*ck around like this,

doesn't matter what

city you live in.

Sooner of later,

things are bound to get bloody.

Rule number one.

Stay away from cars less

than five years old.

I usually go for

toyota's or honda's.

The Jap's know how to make cars.

Rule number two,

stay away from any

high-end luxury sports cars,

Mercedes, BMW, Audi.

Sure, the payout

might be higher,

but then so is the risk.

Rule number three.

Mental focus, it's

all about the breath.

Keeping your head

clear, and being present

is of Paramount importance when

a boost is going down.

I started this when I

was young and desperate

and bored, but I

had a talent for it.

On my best days, I would

say it's a calling.

Not like the other

fuckos who joyride around

and abuse it.

And yes, if you aren't

a moron, being a thief

ain't so dangerous.

But this is my practice,

this is my discipline.

Rule number four,

perception is reality.

You'd be amazing with

what you can get away with

if you look like you're working.

But I am working.

Rule number five, you

pick the day in advance,

but not the car.

Picking the car is

like deciding if you're

going to go talk to

a girl at the bar.

It's a frequency you tune into.

You can call it a gut instinct,

for me, it's been like a

wave at the back of my spine.

And I don't know if

it's the excitement

of the unknown,

or the adrenaline,

but it's never wrong.

I guess deep down, it's

the part I like best.

I've stolen 336 cars

in the last 10 years,

and this whooptie maked it 337.

Rule six, you never

trust anyone in the game.


And one last thing,

always know your price.

My name is Jimmy Greco.

And this is the story

of the day I died.

Good morning.

- Good morning.

- Surprise.

- Do all guys

from the east coast

put it down like you?

- I'm from Detroit baby.

- That's basically

the east coast.

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