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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Conference Consequences

Posted on Tue, May 31, 2011 at 10:33 AM

Seriously, you needed to damage at least 5 cars the other night in various parking lots around the university? I imagine you probably won't even get caught. I really didn't need the couple thousand dollars damage you did to mine. I guess I should be thankful you didn't beat the windows out like you did to a colleague parked ten minutes away.

So far the count is at five cars, but that is only through Facebook, so who knows how many more were damaged last night. You certainly were stealthy as you managed to damage mine and the one next to mine in about 20 minutes. You went to at least three different parking lots.

The RCMP is frustrating, they don't take reports for property damage done on the weekend when the culprit is unknown. Apparently the "unit that deals with that is in Mon-Fri, 9-5". The insurance agency also doesn't do anything on the weekends either.

What is even the point in taking care of a vehicle if it's just going to be damaged by someone with too much time on their hands. Foolish me actually takes the time to touch-up rock chips. I guess it's good I haven't done it in a while since I will need a new paint job now. It's not even a new or expensive car, but it's not a clunker, why did you feel the need to damage it? What did I ever do to you? I'm not even from the area. I parked in the designated conference area, well within the lines etc. Seriously, why my car? Why the elderly ladies and gents cars that you also damaged? —Will Take the Bus Next Time

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