Let’s say you’re fed up with your job. You’ve had it with the corporate world; the rat race can shove it. It’s time for a career change. But what path to choose? Well, have you ever considered becoming a professional thief?
You have to admit, there are perks: no 9-to-5, no yucky office politics, and no boring cubicle. Your office changes day to day, in fact–sometimes it’s an art museum, sometimes a swanky gala.
Of course, there are pitfalls, too. Prison, for one. Getting shot by an overzealous security guard, for another.
But let’s say you decide it’s worth a try. Where to start?
With the right equipment, naturally.
Here’s what you’ll need if you’re serious about pursuing the life of a professional burglar.
For climbing high rises, or other structures that feature sheer walls and other pesky anti-theft features.
Fingerprints are your enemy, obviously.
For quick and easy access to any window or door.
So you can tell the fakes from the real thing. Will save you a lot of awkward mistakes.
Because turning on the lights tends to alert security guards to your presence. So does bumping into things.
A key part of your getaway disguise.
And last but definitely not least…
You’re going to be doing a lot of work at night…so you’ll need to stay awake somehow.
16 Days to book launch, people! This is getting serious.
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