It's the ice cream sandwich that really pisses me off.
See, the burglar or burglars who broke into our house today while we were gone took the time to take an ice cream sandwich from the freezer, eat it and throw the wrapper in the trash.
NEVER MIND that they had left our underwear scattered all over our rooms when they pulled our drawers out or just dumped out the contents of my backpack onto the couch before using it to carry out the stuff they stole.
AT LEAST THEY DIDN'T LITTER.
The stuff they stole includes my computer, iPod, garnet earrings, and a bag containing every necklace that I owned (none of which have one damn bit of value to anybody but me) along with Holly's iPod, CDs, and her jewelry, some of which was actually quite valuable, both sentimentally and monetarily.
For those of you who are wondering, I think I last backed up the contents my computer a year ago? Maybe? And yes. I KNOW. But it is TOO LATE NOW. LESSON LEARNED, "BACKING UP IS ESSENTIAL" SERMON NOT NEEDED.
As much as I am not in a position to buy a new computer right now, I think it's the loss of the stuff that was on it that bothers me more. Along with the idea that anybody could be looking at anything on there right now. No, I do not think the most likely teenage miscreants who took it have any interest in my photos and Word documents, but they can see them and I can't and that makes me very, very upset.
I say most likely teenage because of the stuff they did not steal, which includes a whole box of checks that was in my bedroom.
The police officer says they can check the pawn shops for my computer and our iPods if we give them the serial numbers (although he also said the burglars will most likely keep the iPods). The fingerprint guy says since this is probably the work of kids, they'll probably get a match on these fingerprints when the perpetrator is arrested years from now for something else.
But I really want the fingerprints to help them catch the guy. Because wouldn't it be some kind of justice if the asshole got caught based on those very nice fingerprints he left on an ice cream sandwich wrapper?