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Old 07-17-2007, 03:22 PM   #1
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Seems that some thoughtful individual decided my interior needed a little pick-me-up. So, a rather large and not so decorative rock was stragegically placed in my back seat... through the glass

Guess I'll be cleaning that up for the next two, maybe three years What'* wrong with people these days?
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Old 07-17-2007, 03:26 PM   #2
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Oh that is just wrong!!!! I hope you find the guy/girl.
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were they trying to get something, or just vandelizing?

that sucks man, I feel your pain. You have such a beautiful car, thats why they were jealous...
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Aw ****! That sucks to hear!
The last time I was in Calgary i was noticing alot of new vadalizim in and around the downtown/ Macleod area.
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GRRRRRRRRRRRR. You have no idea how much that pisses me off! That kind of crap, along with stealing, really chaps my a$$. Several years ago some high school punks kicked a bunch of dents in the Star Chief my daughter was driving. Yeah, it was hard for someone unfamiliar with the car to know the difference 'cause it was pretty much a beater by then, but it still stews me to think about it. If I EVER find out who did it I will most likely extract a very un-Christlike revenge upon them. On the bright side, I do enjoy a few moments every now and then of dreaming of what I'd like to do to their Lexus, BMW, 350Z, whatever expensive car I hope they have if I ever find out who they are.

Sorry about your damage, though, it really sucks.
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IDIOTS!!!!!!!

I'm sorry to hear about your window. :(
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Man, that sucks. Some people....you just can't beat any sense into them...
but that doesn't mean you can't try.
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Was it the Door glass or the rear window ?

Sorry to hear about that.
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Thanks for all the support everyone! It'* pretty disappointing to work so hard for something and then have some idiot come along and do this. It could have been much worse, but as it stands there is a small scratch on my left rear door, the door glass was broken, there is a tear in the leather of my front passenger seat and a scuff from the rock on my right rear door panel. A few other miscesllaneous things but that'* the bulk of it.

I'm not sure what the exact thoughts were. A couple of my work uniforms were taken but not even the good ones. They didn't steal my stethoscope which was sitting on the seat, nor did they take CD'* or anything else. I guess from now on absoulutely everything gets locked in the house unless I'm go to or from work. I don't even live in a neighbourhood where something like this happens very often.

Replacement glass from GM is 7-10 days away, aftermarket from a glass shop is 3-4 days. By some miracle, there was an auto wrecker in town that just happened to have one for $100.00. It'* going to cost me $175.00 to get the panel in the leather seat replaced. I've decided not to use my insurance since it really isn't that much money. I'm just glad the damage wasn't more severe.

Well... Off to install some glass.
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that sux. you dont have glass coverage in Canada?

here if we have full ins. all glass is free
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