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Monday, December 22, 2008

Not to look a gift elephant in the castle...

To the person who turned in my wallet Sunday evening at the restaurant - Thank you for being that honnest. I'm grateful you didn't steal my identity or credit card, truely.Merry Christmas, I hope you put to good use the full pack of bus tickets you too

Posted on Mon, Dec 22, 2008 at 10:34 PM

Published December 09, 2008.Not to look a gift elephant in the castle...

To the person who turned in my wallet Sunday evening at the restaurant - Thank you for being that honnest. I'm grateful you didn't steal my identity or credit card, truely.

Merry Christmas, I hope you put to good use the full pack of bus tickets you took from my wallet. Now that you've managed an unexpected windfall at my expense (I do have to replace them) I'll ask that you make a donation to a charitable organization - the money I spent to replace the stolen tickets was part of the cash I budgeted for a donation to Feed NS. Now it looks like you're my charity case this season.

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