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remember yesterday?

Remember yesterday when I nearly thought my bike bicycle had been stolen?

Well, today it was.

They left my cut chain/lock at the stall outside BART just to show that I really hadn't just misplaced it.

I'm in a really shitty mood.

La, la.

A co-worker's car was stolen from outside _work_ today. Someone would say this is karmic revenge for not being appropriately sympathetic.

What the fuck ever.

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nibot
Jul. 7th, 2004 06:53 pm (UTC)
Remember yesterday when I nearly thought my bike had been stolen?

nooo... did you mention it?

anyway, sorry to hear that. theft sucks!
kaolinfire
Jul. 7th, 2004 07:10 pm (UTC)
I was pretty sure it was buried somewhere in my endless post. But. It's not. Silly me.

Bike wasn't where I'd planned to leave it, was a section over, and I had a minor freak/disappointment/yadda. ((yesterday))

Theft does suck.
bom
Jul. 7th, 2004 07:25 pm (UTC)
Man, that sucks ass! I feel your pain, as my bike was stolen from in front of my old apartment one night while I was asleep. Some people are just assholes it seems. Sorry it happened to you!
kaolinfire
Jul. 7th, 2004 08:45 pm (UTC)
Some people. :/

Thanks.
myrathi
Jul. 7th, 2004 08:51 pm (UTC)
Find 'em. Stab 'em.
Preferably inna face with a sharp pointed impliment of pain-induction!

Bastards.
zzinnia
Jul. 7th, 2004 09:10 pm (UTC)
theft is ugly. it makes me feel so violated, so disrespected (if that's even a word). it makes me more paranoid than i already am...which, well, you know.

sorry, k.
lethie
Jul. 8th, 2004 08:43 am (UTC)
Grar! That makes me so mad! A couple years ago my hubby and I had our bikes stolen out of the bike locker in our apartment, of all places (I know, different kind of bike) - they were locked up, as was the door to the room, but when every single person who lives there has a key to the room because it's the same as the key to the building, it's inevitable that our bikes would be stolen :(. And of course, it would help if people actually closed the door behind them instead of leaving it wide open so that no one needed a key anyway.

I'm sorry to hear about your bike...I would be furious :(.
kaolinfire
Jul. 8th, 2004 09:06 am (UTC)
sorry, I thought I was clearer -- bicycle. same kind of bike. I don't use anything to lock up the motorcycle; column lock is 'good enough'.

but thanks. I'm ... uncomfortably numb regarding the whole thing, and ... annoyed and depressed. the usual. :)
lethie
Jul. 8th, 2004 05:44 pm (UTC)
Oh sorry, I assumed motorcycle, duh :). Was it insured or anything? I didn't insure my bike, so it's gone gone gone. It was pretty old, but in good shape...my first non-kid bike. Man. Now I'm mad about my bike again :).

kaolinfire
Jul. 8th, 2004 08:18 pm (UTC)
I never considered bicycle insurance existing.

This bike was from a free pile, but then I put about a hundred dollars into its tires and whatnot. It was a decent bike; mountain hybrid sort of thing, 21 speeds, with thin square tires.

La.

I will definitely miss it.
niyama
Jul. 19th, 2004 09:46 am (UTC)
This sucks man! So sorry to hear this happened. Three weeks ago I had someone burgle my office, take my purse and rip the lining out before throwing it on the ground. All they took were my walkman and my keys. (Luckily I had my palm and wallet with me elsewhere.)

Theiving people are a special brand of asshole. Hope that in the last week and a half things have looked up for you. (am still reading and catching up with my LJFL, so I'll know so soon enough won't I?)

Thinking of good stuff for you...
kaolinfire
Jul. 19th, 2004 10:00 am (UTC)
Thanks.

Nothing looking up, per se, but... it's life, right? :)
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