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    Senior Member Jake_M's Avatar
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    Which one of you left this note?

    Hilarious. From here: passiveaggressivenotes.com

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    HAHAHA I wish I had left that.
    What kinda lock was it I wonder

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    Senior Member Jake_M's Avatar
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    The website I got it from said it was an old cable lock, and in San Diego.

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    I was thinking that note could've been left on a bike at NYU. Story sounds familiar...
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    I think about writing that note every single day.

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    i thought about leaving a note like that on a bike for a while that was always wrongly locked everyday(not at night) near my office, it wasn't anything too special, just a single speed conversion with porter bars and cork grips, it was kinda cute, it reminded me of my bike but smaller and not fixed, i think my bike had a crush on it, one day it's not there anymore, i don't know if the person moved or if the bike was stolen, now that i think of it the bike was missing the last week or so at the job so maybe they were just on vacation, i guess i'll never know if it was stolen

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    i almost left a note like that on a nice road bike that was locked only by the QR front wheel.

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    haha, all the more fitting on a dynamex manifest. half the dudes i see working for them probably wouldn't think twice about lifting a poorly locked bike. - nice/humorous of the anonymous to warn the rider like that though.

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