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THUMBS DOWN to the couple who
hit and smashed my deaf uncle's
taillight on his brand new ute, in a
carpark about two weeks ago. He got
very distressed and had to pay for a
new one as you both got in your car
and drove off not leaving any contact
details or even attempting to offer
anything to help fix the damage.
THUMBS UP to the
ActewAGL workers who
attended to repair
streetlights in my neigh-
bourhood. They were very
prompt and the two young
yard were delightful and
they really took pride in
restoring my yard to its
original condition. It made
my day -- thank you.
THUMBS DOWN to the
eight teenagers having a
celebration on Thursday,
January 12, at the chil-
dren's park in Macarthur,
leaving behind party food,
litter, broken alcohol bott-
les and burnt rubbish. Then
they left the rest of the litter
in a shopping trolley near
the bus stop. I'm sure your
parents would be proud of
you. But THUMBS UP to
the mother who instigated
the clean up.
THUMBS UP to the possibly shy
person who found my bag, including
my purse in Ainslie some weeks ago
and left it on my front ramp the
following morning. I had been back to
search so it was really a most superb
surprise -- thank you for so much
kindness, I am so grateful.
THUMBS UP to the lovely lady
who helped my 10-year-old son on
Saturday, January 21, at the Yacht
Club in Yarralumla, who had a fishing
hook stuck in his finger which was
also stuck in the seat belt of the car.
She was able to get a pair of pliers and
cut him free. After five hours at the
Canberra Hospital, X-rays and a
tetanus injection, he was finally cut
free by a lovely doctor.
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