Different people find different ways of expressing invigoration. So it may well be that one of them -- at least in the case of 19-year-old Hannah Sabata -- involves making a YouTube video boasting about how you've just robbed a bank.
Here , you see, is just such a video. Its contents allegedly fit comfortably with the facts of a robbery at the Cornerstone Bank in Waco, Neb.
Indeed, the Associated Press reports that it was posted the very same day that Sabata was arrested on charges of stealing a car and robbing the bank.
In the video, a woman who looks very similar to other online images of Sabata offers potentially incriminating captions such as "I stole a car." She mentions that she took the license plates off.
This is as Green Day sings in the background: "Live without warning." Suddenly, the song changes to something about not needing authority. To go with this, the woman raises some words to the camera: "Then I robbed a bank."
Finally, she adds that assisting her were "a gun, a pillow case, and a note."