Re: I have been CHALLENGED. . .
Roger Burton West <roger+asr200806@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Anthony de Boer - USEnet wrote:
The rate of bicycle theft in Toronto the Allegedly Good is rather
serious, and periodically one of the papers will run an article about how
bad it is, but nothing ever seems to get done about it.
You sure you're not living in London? (Brick Lane market is notorious
for having lots of stolen bikes, so why not send round a copper with a
list of frame numbers every week? But no...)
Jasper? Will you tell them about Amsterdam, or shall I?
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