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Bye bye bicycle

Damnation, someone has nicked my just about new bike. Foolishly I had not locked it, because I thought it would be safe enough in parked in our little courtyard and with it being parked in front of the unofficial caretakers ever open window. Well, I was wrong. Prunes. They also half inched another bike at the same time.

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These kind people were probably let in by some well meaning appartment owner who heard his or her entry phone ring and hit the ‘open door’ button instead of the ‘who’s there’ button. Damn and blast. 400 Euros and a new pump down the drain. Rats, I’m thoroughly peed off.
It’s not the first time I’ve had something walk, but it annoys me all the same.

My next bike is going to be electrified!!

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