BAH! *fume* *seethe*



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wafflycat

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Nathan had his Met Stradavarius, club jersey, Shimano shoes, shorts, and
gloves nicked from a locked room at college today.

BAH!

I have a need to remove goolies with a blunt, rusty, festering blade, shoot
and then burn the body ;-)

BAH!

Have to say college are being reasonable in that it's being reported to
plod, and if the stuff doesn't come back, college have confirmed they will
foot the bill for replacement items. But it is *so* annoying that the stuff
went in the first place.

Cheers, helen s
 
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mark

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"wafflycat" <waffles*A*T*v21net*D*O*T*co*D*O*T*uk> wrote ...
> Nathan had his Met Stradavarius, club jersey, Shimano shoes, shorts, and
> gloves nicked from a locked room at college today.
>
> BAH!
>
> I have a need to remove goolies with a blunt, rusty, festering blade,

shoot
> and then burn the body ;-)
>
> BAH!
>
> Have to say college are being reasonable in that it's being reported to
> plod, and if the stuff doesn't come back, college have confirmed they will
> foot the bill for replacement items. But it is *so* annoying that the

stuff
> went in the first place.
>
> Cheers, helen s
>


The college didn't provide Nathan with a locker? would have been a whole lot
cheaper than replacing all that stuff, and saved everyone a whole lot of
aggravation.

From the context of your other posts I'm assuming that what you refer to as
a college would be called a high school or prep school on this side of the
pond. Am I correct?

Hope the stuff is recovered.
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mark
 
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"mark" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>
>
> The college didn't provide Nathan with a locker? would have been a whole
> lot
> cheaper than replacing all that stuff, and saved everyone a whole lot of
> aggravation.
>


Ah yes... a locker. No. We've asked for one - we've even offered to buy one!
But college said they'd order one, no problem. This was months ago - still
no locker. Hence college is saying that if the stuff doesn't come back,
they'll bear the cost of replacement.

> From the context of your other posts I'm assuming that what you refer to
> as
> a college would be called a high school or prep school on this side of the
> pond. Am I correct?
>


It's where 16 - 18 education takes place. Last stop before university so to
speak.

Cheers, helen s




> Hope the stuff is recovered.
> --
> mark
>
>
 
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Just zis Guy, you know?

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At Fri, 24 Jun 2005 17:53:44 +0100, message
<[email protected]> was posted by "wafflycat"
<waffles*A*T*v21net*D*O*T*co*D*O*T*uk>, including some, all or none of
the following:

>Nathan had his Met Stradavarius, club jersey, Shimano shoes, shorts, and
>gloves nicked from a locked room at college today.


Gun, petrol, matches, Lighthouse Family...

Guy
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"Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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> At Fri, 24 Jun 2005 17:53:44 +0100, message
> <[email protected]> was posted by "wafflycat"
> <waffles*A*T*v21net*D*O*T*co*D*O*T*uk>, including some, all or none of
> the following:
>
>>Nathan had his Met Stradavarius, club jersey, Shimano shoes, shorts, and
>>gloves nicked from a locked room at college today.

>
> Gun, petrol, matches, Lighthouse Family...
>
> Guy


I was thinking more of "Aaaag...a doo, doo, doo" instead of the Lighthouse
Family

Cheers, helen s
 
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At Sat, 25 Jun 2005 21:02:59 +0100, message
<[email protected]> was posted by "wafflycat"
<waffles*A*T*v21net*D*O*T*co*D*O*T*uk>, including some, all or none of
the following:

>I was thinking more of "Aaaag...a doo, doo, doo" instead of the Lighthouse
>Family


You think Black Lace would work as well as the Lighthouse Family as
kindling?

I think a comparative test is in order.

Guy
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"Just zis Guy, you know?" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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>
> You think Black Lace would work as well as the Lighthouse Family as
> kindling?
>
> I think a comparative test is in order.
>


You hum it, I'll sing it ;-)

Cheers, helen s