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Old February 24th 18, 05:14 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Simon Jester
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Default Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door? Well?

On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 2:44:19 PM UTC, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
On 2/24/2018 5:48 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
On 2/23/2018 8:40 AM, wrote:
On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 09:43:37 -0500, micky
wrote:

Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door, thermopane
fwiw, to get into a house?*** I've never heard of it, but the news gives
few details about how house perimeters are actually breached.

(I have to go away and I'm having trouble with my glass breakage
detector)

They usually just lift them off the track or defeat the flimsy lock.
The way to avoid that is to put a strip of wood above the door after
it is seated in the track so it can't be lifted.



That method was invented by a Real American.* A Real American lives in the United State of America, the most powerful country in the world.* The same country that dictates government policies around the ****ing globe.* Real Americans don't live (but sometimes vacay in) Mexico or any part of Central or South America, largely inhabited by spics and varieties thereof.* Real Americans don't live in Can-uh-duh neither, but sometimes we visit there.

Any questions?



I'll take any question no matter how trivial or ignorant.


What was your MOS Doughboy.

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Old February 24th 18, 05:47 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Mr Pounder Esquire
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Default Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door? Well?

Simon Jester wrote:
On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 2:44:19 PM UTC, Colonel Edmund J.
Burke wrote:
On 2/24/2018 5:48 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
On 2/23/2018 8:40 AM, wrote:
On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 09:43:37 -0500, micky
wrote:

Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door,
thermopane fwiw, to get into a house? I've never heard of it, but
the news gives few details about how house perimeters are
actually breached.

(I have to go away and I'm having trouble with my glass breakage
detector)

They usually just lift them off the track or defeat the flimsy
lock. The way to avoid that is to put a strip of wood above the
door after it is seated in the track so it can't be lifted.


That method was invented by a Real American. A Real American lives
in the United State of America, the most powerful country in the
world. The same country that dictates government policies around
the ****ing globe. Real Americans don't live (but sometimes vacay
in) Mexico or any part of Central or South America, largely
inhabited by spics and varieties thereof. Real Americans don't live
in Can-uh-duh neither, but sometimes we visit there.

Any questions?



I'll take any question no matter how trivial or ignorant.


What was your MOS Doughboy.


Oh look! The sad and lonely Jester has been chatting to Burke, one of the
most prolific trolls on usenet.
Says it all about cyclists.


  #3  
Old February 24th 18, 06:18 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Simon Jester
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Default Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door? Well?

On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 5:48:02 PM UTC, Mr Pounder Esquire wrote:
Simon Jester wrote:
On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 2:44:19 PM UTC, Colonel Edmund J.
Burke wrote:
On 2/24/2018 5:48 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
On 2/23/2018 8:40 AM, wrote:
On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 09:43:37 -0500, micky
wrote:

Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door,
thermopane fwiw, to get into a house? I've never heard of it, but
the news gives few details about how house perimeters are
actually breached.

(I have to go away and I'm having trouble with my glass breakage
detector)

They usually just lift them off the track or defeat the flimsy
lock. The way to avoid that is to put a strip of wood above the
door after it is seated in the track so it can't be lifted.


That method was invented by a Real American. A Real American lives
in the United State of America, the most powerful country in the
world. The same country that dictates government policies around
the ****ing globe. Real Americans don't live (but sometimes vacay
in) Mexico or any part of Central or South America, largely
inhabited by spics and varieties thereof. Real Americans don't live
in Can-uh-duh neither, but sometimes we visit there.

Any questions?



I'll take any question no matter how trivial or ignorant.


What was your MOS Doughboy.


Oh look! The sad and lonely Jester has been chatting to Burke, one of the
most prolific trolls on usenet.
Says it all about cyclists.


If your life is so full of joy why make this post.
Are you stalking me?




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Old February 24th 18, 07:57 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Mr Pounder Esquire
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Default Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door? Well?

Simon Jester wrote:
On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 5:48:02 PM UTC, Mr Pounder Esquire
wrote:
Simon Jester wrote:
On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 2:44:19 PM UTC, Colonel Edmund J.
Burke wrote:
On 2/24/2018 5:48 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
On 2/23/2018 8:40 AM, wrote:
On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 09:43:37 -0500, micky
wrote:

Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door,
thermopane fwiw, to get into a house? I've never heard of it,
but the news gives few details about how house perimeters are
actually breached.

(I have to go away and I'm having trouble with my glass breakage
detector)

They usually just lift them off the track or defeat the flimsy
lock. The way to avoid that is to put a strip of wood above the
door after it is seated in the track so it can't be lifted.


That method was invented by a Real American. A Real American lives
in the United State of America, the most powerful country in the
world. The same country that dictates government policies around
the ****ing globe. Real Americans don't live (but sometimes vacay
in) Mexico or any part of Central or South America, largely
inhabited by spics and varieties thereof. Real Americans don't
live in Can-uh-duh neither, but sometimes we visit there.
/*

``
Any questions?



I'll take any question no matter how trivial or ignorant.

What was your MOS Doughboy.


Oh look! The sad and lonely Jester has been chatting to Burke, one
of the most prolific trolls on usenet.
Says it all about cyclists.


If your life is so full of joy why make this post.
Are you stalking me


Don't be silly.


  #5  
Old February 24th 18, 10:04 PM posted to uk.rec.cycling
Simon Jester
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Posts: 2,715
Default Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door? Well?

On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 7:57:40 PM UTC, Mr Pounder Esquire wrote:
Simon Jester wrote:
On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 5:48:02 PM UTC, Mr Pounder Esquire
wrote:
Simon Jester wrote:
On Saturday, February 24, 2018 at 2:44:19 PM UTC, Colonel Edmund J.
Burke wrote:
On 2/24/2018 5:48 AM, Colonel Edmund J. Burke wrote:
On 2/23/2018 8:40 AM, wrote:
On Fri, 23 Feb 2018 09:43:37 -0500, micky
wrote:

Do burglars ever break the glass in a sliding glass door,
thermopane fwiw, to get into a house? I've never heard of it,
but the news gives few details about how house perimeters are
actually breached.

(I have to go away and I'm having trouble with my glass breakage
detector)

They usually just lift them off the track or defeat the flimsy
lock. The way to avoid that is to put a strip of wood above the
door after it is seated in the track so it can't be lifted.


That method was invented by a Real American. A Real American lives
in the United State of America, the most powerful country in the
world. The same country that dictates government policies around
the ****ing globe. Real Americans don't live (but sometimes vacay
in) Mexico or any part of Central or South America, largely
inhabited by spics and varieties thereof. Real Americans don't
live in Can-uh-duh neither, but sometimes we visit there.
/*

``
Any questions?



I'll take any question no matter how trivial or ignorant.

What was your MOS Doughboy.

Oh look! The sad and lonely Jester has been chatting to Burke, one
of the most prolific trolls on usenet.
Says it all about cyclists.


If your life is so full of joy why make this post.
Are you stalking me


Don't be silly.


So why are you slumming around a cycling group?

 




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