rust stickers
November 28, 2009, 7:43 pm
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There’s nothing like the feeling of having a brand new car or bike and the accompanying fear that this screams out, “Steal me!” Dominic Wilcox has come up with a reasonably simple way of preventing theft by applying fake rust and scratch stickers to shiny vehicles. Wilcox does not claim that this method is a guarantee against heartbreak, but it has worked for him, as he spells out in his disclaimer. “13 days of not being stolen in London probably equates to 7 years of non-stealing in the friendly countryside.”

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[…] Nu har jag fått en sprillans ny Crescent Linné (här hade jag tänkt länka till en bild och lite fakta om cykeln men det verkar att de som byggde tyckte att lite tjusiga jQuery glidningar var viktigare…) i födelsedagspresent och jag tänker försöka häva förbannelsen genom att lova att  uppdatera denna bloggen med alla små missöden. Just nu är största orosmomentet att någon skall stjäla den. Funderar på att införskaffa ett par ark av dessa smarta rostklistermärken. […]

translation by Google: “…] Now I’ve got a brand new crescent Linnaeus (here I was going to link to a picture and some facts about the cycle but it seems that they who built felt a bit fancy jQuery drift was more important …) as a birthday present and I will try to lift the curse by promising to update this blog with all the little mishaps. Right now is the main concern for someone to steal it. Looking to acquire a few sheets of these smart rust stickers. […]”

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