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Month: June 2018

Catching a Criminal in the Act

I hate when restaurants will open up locations in areas that surround mine, but won’t come here. One pizza restaurant in particular did this, and I was so mad. I decided to take matters into my own hands by opening a franchise of this restaurant. For a while, it was great. I could have the pizza I wanted, while making money from the restaurant. Then one day the restaurant was robbed after closing time. The thieves broke in and only took money from the cash register. After that, I looked into getting one of those CCTV kits to keep an eye on the restaurant.

The robbery was horrible, but it wasn’t the end of my store. All of the money wasn’t stored in the cash register. There was a safe in the back of the restaurant that was used to store money temporarily, until it could be deposited. Since the robber didn’t know about the safe, all he did was take cash from the most visible source.

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A True Family Bonding Experience

Going out into the country for clay shooting in Bristol has to rank as the most enjoyable experiences in my life. I go often to the club with my grandfather and my own father and it’s always a great way to bond with the family. With the political divisions in the country, it’s also a great way to spend time with my Tory father and grandfather without having to worry about politics rearing its ugly head. Considering my strong Labour stand, politics often comes up and you can imagine the arguments we’ve had over the years. All of that goes away at the shooting club.

The shooting club itself is a marvelous structure that’s been around longer than I’ve been alive. Some of my earliest memories consist of me tagging along with my grandfather while he shot clay pigeons on the club grounds. Then we would tour the gun room and look at all the amazing firearms they have available for club members to use. It goes without saying that I couldn’t wait to grow up and be able to shoot alongside my grandfather.

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