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I guess on my neighbors....

Funny thing is I don't consciously spy on anybody. The truth of the matter is I tend to trigger on things in my surroundings that are just out of place which my neighbors think is a good thing. Most of my neighbors are away during the day at work, most are double income households and my spotting a "delivery truck" where the driver was walking around the house, looking in the back door, etc. was greatly appreciated. Turned out it was what my gut was telling me and was an attempted burglary. The police were very happy to catch the guy and it turned out he was responsible for a string of burglaries around town.

So, I guess I'll keep spying....


Peter L. Berghold -- Unix Professional
Peter -at- Berghold -dot- Net; Blog: http://blog.berghold.net Warning: No political correctness allowed.

In reply to Re: On a regular basis, I'm most likely to spy upon: by blue_cowdawg
in thread On a regular basis, I'm most likely to spy upon: by shmem

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