I glad they are getting rid of theses places!! We have one near my office and since it arrived, we have had more break ins, more drug deals, and just alot of nonsense going on outside of our business! I work 8 hours a day and there have been times when I have seen someone sit in there the entire time I was working! Maybe if these people spent as much time looking for jobs as they do in these places, we wouldn be having to pay for their rent, their groceries, their daycare, and their utilities! THe one near our office has “Business Center” on the outside, and most of the windows are covered. A co worker went in there to have some documents scanned and e mailed (since the sign said “business center”)and he was told they don do that. There were just rows of computers and people lined up gambling! Why would they be trying to hide things if what they are doing is legal????? SHUT THEM DOWN!!!.
Je ne l’ai pas vu tomber. Il est mort en dfendant sa ville. Il avait pass des semaines Kiev, sur Madan. If you longed for hope, maybe today you could light a candle that represents hope in your living room. If you longed for attention, maybe today you could write yourself a letter of acknowledgment and praise. In other words, give to yourself today, whatever healing you longed for in the past..
Bhat said just 3% of urbanities use sunglasses. The potential for expansion and growth is high in this category. The eyewear division of the company, including the 220 Titan Eye Plus stores, contribute about Rs200 crore to Titan revenues of Rs10,000 crore.
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Get daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing!A prolific offender convicted more than 30 times has now been jailed for a spate of crimes including stealing charity raffle biscuits and hurling racist abuse at a police officer.Robert Payne, of no fixed abode, was linked to a car stolen after leaving his DNA on a cigarette end in the vehicle.The car a Vauxhall Astra was taken from Crossfield Court on March 8 and was found abandoned two days later in a different area of Cambridge.RECAP: 21 month sentence for prolific offender who stole credit cards, commemorative coins and biscuitsAndrea Lock, prosecuting, said that on March 16, Payne had stolen just over from a taxi parked in Cambridge.On the same day, the defendant fraudulently used two different contactless bank cards to pay for almost of merchandise from shops across the city.Payne then stole a wallet from another car after smashing the window and again used the card for small transactions.Bogus cleaner preys on elderly people and steals precious jewelleryThe victim had to take a day off work and lost wages due to the incident.Miss Lock said: “Another victim had his vehicle broken into at 3.11am on March 25.”This victim heard his car alarm going off it was a Toyota Corolla. He was woken up by the alarm and chased the person who smashed his driver’s side window down the road.”Cocaine fuelled broker spared jail for assaulting his partner after he thought she was having an affairA Hugo Boss wallet, debit cards, cash and Ray Ban sunglasses were stolen from the car. The wallet was later found in Payne’s possession.Payne also broke into a Ford Cougar parked on a driveway in Haviland Way, Cambridge between March 23 and 25.Loose change and biscuits earmarked for a charity raffle were stolen, and the biscuits later found in the defendant’s possession.Miss Lock added: “Payne also handled a credit card belonging to a woman the bank card had been stolen in 2014.