Your failsafe security system consist of having nothing worth stealing in your sheds, obviously.
Oh, there are quite a few things in our sheds that would not leave me amused were they stolen: Bikes, lawnmower, tires & tools, garden furniture etc..I remember that in the 70s and 80s not even the front door was ever closed, let alone locked. Not seldom the postman would come in, shout hello, get two schnapps glasses from the cupboard, open the fridge, pour Fürst Bismarck in the glasses and have one of those essential drinks he needed to survive his daily tour. In return our mother would always get provided with the latest rumour.And there was never anything stolen.
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It's just amazing how elegant high security can be. Did this replace Frontex?
I'm sure it's safer than living in what is called a gated community; and much more pleasant.Frontex will not solve any of the many problems.
The gated community... an interesting concept. The only "gated community" I am ever likely to live in is a prison (oh, or perhaps more likely a secure mental hospital) but I have managed to avoid both thus far. My son, may daughter and my daughter's man-friend all work in gated communities though, each keeping me safe in different ways (they say, and they will probably say the same when they lock me away).
The extra "a" was a free gift for you to use as you wish, obviously. Merry Solstice times to you.
Thank you, Andrew. :) "A" merry solstice time to you and those around you, too.
Andrew generously sent you a free "a" all the way from Scotland and you sent him a Saxonian ":)" in return?The exchange of gifts rarely does work right eh?Still... A very merry Solsticical whirling in the wind to you too, Dear Seanso. My helmet of Perthino is being doffed in a Germanically Eastwardish direction.