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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Thursday November 03, 2005
03:04 PM

Lost and Found

[ #27434 ]

Over the last couple of weeks a have been able to loose:

  • A nail cutter
  • My iPod shuffle
  • My network toolbox

This seemed some what crazy, since I normally do not loose things - well I can never find my creditcard or my keys when I need them, but that is something completely different.

Then something weird happened, vacuuming under the sofa revealed the nail cutter. At work I examined one of my older laptop bags, which had just been transported to work and it contained my iPod - finally I asked the guys at work whether they had seen my toolbox - and they excused and said that they had borrowed it without putting it back.

So I am not loosing it completely :)

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