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THUMBS UP, THUMBS DOWN
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THUMBS DOWN to all the people that
speed past me when I'm doing the limit.
This happens without fail every time I
get into the car. The limits are there for
a reason and I don't understand why
you feel the need to go past me when
I'm not going any slower than I should
be. If I, a P-plater can obey the rules
then why can't everyone else?
THUMBS DOWN to the
people who cut the wire
fence at the Salvos store at
Tuggeranong used to keep
out the dumping of items
and also to all those who
just can't understand the
NO DUMPING sings out-
side any charity shops or
THUMBS DOWN to the
two people who on Decem-
ber 14 broke into my
daughter and son-in-law's
house which was under
construction in Melba.
They gouged newly plas-
tered and painted walls and
doors, smashed a window
and poured paint onto the
floor. As they ran away
they were heard laughing
and saying "that was awe-
some". I hope you feel
proud of yourselves,
because not only did you
damage the house but you
ruined my daughter's birth-
day which was on the same
THUMBS UP to the person that
picked up my wallet in the Mawson
Woolies on January 11 and handed it
to customer service desk. A large sum
of cash was in it and not a thing was
touched. It is nice to know there are
still some honest people around. I
don't know what I would have done
without it. Thank you -- you are a life
THUMBS DOWN to the thief or
thieves who took two pots of roses,
two aloe vera and ripped a tree out of
the pot in front of my flat.
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