Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Nick Cage, he isn't

Someone tried to break into our car. But they did it in such an idiotic way they obviously do not have the mad skillz that Nick Cage and his gang had in Gone in 60 Seconds. No, instead they used some sort of tool that simply had the effect of pushing the lock further into the door, thus, locking it more, so we can’t even get in with a key. Lovely. If someone had wanted to take something they would have just broken a window, but this had to be the act of a vicious, nosy Greek neighbor. To what purpose I have no idea, but who knows how much we are going to have to spend to fix the damn thing.

I was enjoying city life, but I am getting to the point that I can’t wait until we move to the country. If only there was some sort of bug zapper we could put up to keep nosy neighbors away. I suppose a locked, electric gate will do.


christina said...

I can just picture your new neighbours lying stunned in front of your electric fence. That'll show 'em! What a drag about the car, that's just plain mean.

P.S. I'd like to visit your blog more often, but every time I do it either takes *ages* to load (including the comment pop up) or totally crashes my browser. Can't figure out why. Am I the only one?

melusina said...

Well, it isn't exactly an electric fence - it will be an electric gate that can only be opened by remote, so if neighbors want to get in, they'll have to ask nicely or climb. =p But I can't say I hate the idea of an electric fence.;)

Hmm, I haven't heard of anyone else having problems. It loads fine on my computer and my husband's. I wonder if it is some images or something.