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Gotta love that..."removed in 10 days." Um, started from when?

I suppose that in the majority of "abandonment" cases, it really doesn't matter.

Yeah, that whole "lost" diction thing is hilarious...guess they don't want to spook anyone with the images conjured up by the word "stolen."

CUA would probably have more bike thefts if they had better facilities and more people biked. (The new student center has an old lock-your-front-wheel-style-and-lose-your-bike-style rack.) Now muggings, that's another matter...

At my place of employment, there's been this really old bike docked at the bike racks with a notice attached to it saying that it would be removed if the owner doesn't move it by April 2006.

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