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I hope everything is alright!!

Weird stuff is going on here as well... got a call from the police at work, asking me about the whereabouts of my landlord. He appears to be missing.
As i was the last person to see him 'alive' (my god ) they came to my house and they took my statement, they asked about his appearance (if he looked down or depressed, which he didn't), even what he was wearing when I last saw him. (something tells me they're gonna use that info on the news tonight to send out a missing person-report)
His friends/family are all very worried. He told me on Monday he was going 'away' for a while and I could take care of his fish. He told me he could leave them without food for a couple of days but not for a week or longer. Soooo, I told him to bring them over on Tuesday after Russian class but he never showed up.
I told the police I didn't think he was on holiday because if he said that I certainly would have asked where he was going (he also likes to make big trips).
The police seem to take it very seriously. I hope everything is alright with him.
Duuude and poor fishies...

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Last thing I heard is that they think he's in Prague. Weirdness..
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Btw .... isn't it soooo nice to find out that your mom is brought in to the Emergency room in the hosital you work at??

frans hope your mama's ok

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I hope everything is alright!!

Weird stuff is going on here as well... got a call from the police at work, asking me about the whereabouts of my landlord. He appears to be missing.
As i was the last person to see him 'alive' (my god ) they came to my house and they took my statement, they asked about his appearance (if he looked down or depressed, which he didn't), even what he was wearing when I last saw him. (something tells me they're gonna use that info on the news tonight to send out a missing person-report)
His friends/family are all very worried. He told me on Monday he was going 'away' for a while and I could take care of his fish. He told me he could leave them without food for a couple of days but not for a week or longer. Soooo, I told him to bring them over on Tuesday after Russian class but he never showed up.
I told the police I didn't think he was on holiday because if he said that I certainly would have asked where he was going (he also likes to make big trips).
The police seem to take it very seriously. I hope everything is alright with him.
that's scary. hope they find out what happened to him soon.

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Wow Jiaterer, 28000 posts
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Hope we soon get good news from both.

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Where's the new place btw?? I don't have facebook!

Btw .... isn't it soooo nice to find out that your mom is brought in to the Emergency room in the hosital you work at??
Remember she's moving to L.A.?

And so sorry to hear about your mom. I hope she's better now

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Weird stuff is going on here as well... got a call from the police at work, asking me about the whereabouts of my landlord. He appears to be missing.
As i was the last person to see him 'alive' (my god ) they came to my house and they took my statement, they asked about his appearance (if he looked down or depressed, which he didn't), even what he was wearing when I last saw him. (something tells me they're gonna use that info on the news tonight to send out a missing person-report)
His friends/family are all very worried. He told me on Monday he was going 'away' for a while and I could take care of his fish. He told me he could leave them without food for a couple of days but not for a week or longer. Soooo, I told him to bring them over on Tuesday after Russian class but he never showed up.
I told the police I didn't think he was on holiday because if he said that I certainly would have asked where he was going (he also likes to make big trips).
The police seem to take it very seriously. I hope everything is alright with him.
Scary I hope he appears again soon and it turns out it was all a misunderstanding

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Wow Jiaterer, 28000 posts
at last good news (right ) Congrats Jiatka!

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Scary I hope he appears again soon and it turns out it was all a misunderstanding
He's not gonna be too happy when (if?) he returns home.. the police broke into the appartment, drilled a hole in the wooden door and changed the locks. It now has a sticker on it: "federal break-in: keys available at police station"
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Weird stuff is going on here as well... got a call from the police at work, asking me about the whereabouts of my landlord. He appears to be missing.
As i was the last person to see him 'alive' (my god ) they came to my house and they took my statement, they asked about his appearance (if he looked down or depressed, which he didn't), even what he was wearing when I last saw him. (something tells me they're gonna use that info on the news tonight to send out a missing person-report)
His friends/family are all very worried. He told me on Monday he was going 'away' for a while and I could take care of his fish. He told me he could leave them without food for a couple of days but not for a week or longer. Soooo, I told him to bring them over on Tuesday after Russian class but he never showed up.
I told the police I didn't think he was on holiday because if he said that I certainly would have asked where he was going (he also likes to make big trips).
The police seem to take it very seriously. I hope everything is alright with him.
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Last thing I heard is that they think he's in Prague. Weirdness..
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He's not gonna be too happy when (if?) he returns home.. the police broke into the appartment, drilled a hole in the wooden door and changed the locks. It now has a sticker on it: "federal break-in: keys available at police station"

Geeeez, Ulla... this is all very scary
Take good care of his fishies

for all the sweet worriedness from you all! I passed all the on to mom! She's doing a bit better now, the diagnose was thrombosis and it seems like they have it more or less under control now *pfew* .... Dad and i hope we can take her home on tuesday
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Good news then

I bought a new network card. I actually deleted the old program first (so no internet), then popped in the new installation cd and it wanted me to install updates from the internet before it could install the program to receive internet. :retard:

So then I installed the old program back and now it's performing some kind of maintenance on my comp and it takes aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaages. It's been stuck in the 'cleaning up files' stage forever. I guess there's a lot of junk on my computer.
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glad your mum's better frans.

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:unsure He's not gonna be too happy when (if?) he returns home.. the police broke into the appartment, drilled a hole in the wooden door and changed the locks. It now has a sticker on it: "federal break-in: keys available at police station" : :help
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:tape :help :scared Geeeez, Ulla... this is all very scary :unsure
Take good care of his fishies

for all the sweet worriedness from you all! I passed all the on to mom! She's doing a bit better now, the diagnose was thrombosis and it seems like they have it more or less under control now *pfew* .... Dad and i hope we can take her home on tuesday
Yay Frens
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Good news then

I bought a new network card. I actually deleted the old program first (so no internet), then popped in the new installation cd and it wanted me to install updates from the internet before it could install the program to receive internet. :retard:

So then I installed the old program back and now it's performing some kind of maintenance on my comp and it takes aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaages. It's been stuck in the 'cleaning up files' stage forever. I guess there's a lot of junk on my computer.
at least you have internet
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glad your mum's better frans.

28000 I didn't even notice. dammit! where's my life gone?
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He's not gonna be too happy when (if?) he returns home.. the police broke into the appartment, drilled a hole in the wooden door and changed the locks. It now has a sticker on it: "federal break-in: keys available at police station"
Very weird. But I guess the lock will be his least problem when (if ) he turns up again.

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for all the sweet worriedness from you all! I passed all the on to mom! She's doing a bit better now, the diagnose was thrombosis and it seems like they have it more or less under control now *pfew* .... Dad and i hope we can take her home on tuesday
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Mom's home again

Oh, wait ... wrong thread !


Btw ... Jiat ... indeed bigtime on the number of posts... it's way more then all the stories here
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welcome home mama Frens

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