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On 29 Jul 2008 at 10:45am Nevill Resident no 3 wrote:
Did anyone else hear that car alarm go on and on and on this morning in Neville. Somewhere near the shops as I jumped up and ran down stairs keys in hand thinking it was my car only to find it coming from further away.
Then spent the next 20 mins trying to sleep hearing it go on and on ..........
On 29 Jul 2008 at 10:59am Nevill Resident no 3 wrote:
Sorry was at 2am after the mild storm we had.
On 29 Jul 2008 at 6:24pm Dunk wrote:
Yes I did and i was fuming! It was the blue subaru impreza in Northway. Usually when it goes off the Kiddy who owns it, sorts it out. Not on this occassion. It was hard enough sleeping being so humid'n'all.
On 30 Jul 2008 at 8:31am Nevill Resident no 3 wrote:
Now I can give him the nescafe wave when he drives past
On 30 Jul 2008 at 4:15pm Dunk wrote:
Ha ha ha! He obviously had a good nights kip and unaware that in the meantime he indirectly was keeping half the estate up! Bah!
On 30 Jul 2008 at 4:28pm Nevill Resident no 3 wrote:
Maybe next time his car wont be there in the morning whats the point of an alarm if you dont hear it
it could be thieves next time not a leaf fallling on it
Maybe he doesnt know his alarm went off maybe you could tell him if you know him.
On 30 Jul 2008 at 4:45pm Dunk wrote:
I dont know him at all and to be honest, if it happened on a regular basis i would be inclined to say something politely but as it doesnt then theres not really much that one can do. The other night was just one of lifes rare annoying quirks.

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