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Fame

No fame, but are you surprised? You're robbing people—but you're doing it legally, so you can't even become known as a notorious thief. You might get to repossess the belongings of a famous individual though. Those former NFL players are always going and getting themselves broke and in trouble. Might be your closest brush with fame, so enjoy it while it lasts.

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