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    In a window where you can see it?!? That's giving crime a bad reputation.
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    stealing a capensis, of all things. that's like a thief breaking into someone's house, ignoring the new stereo, TV, and computer, and walking out with the toaster.

    then prominently displaying it in a highly visible location.

    these guys suck at being thieves.
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    it has been returned...
    Sturgeon's Law:
    "Nothing is always absolutely so".

    http://terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=102021

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    haha! did you scold them? did they say why they took it?
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    I think Kahnli broke in; reached over their new stereo, TV, and computer; and walked out with his capensis.
    Bruce in CT

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    I made a lost pet poster and slipped it under her door.
    Have you seen capensis. She's a weedy little monster but we love her. She is very freindly and will eat food from your hand. If you find her cute I'm sure I have many pups around that I can give you and teach you how to care for.

    two hours later the capensis was back on the front porch and accompanied along with a lengthy apology letter. She stated that she thought the plant had been abandoned.
    anyway, I have a pot of capensis and a care sheet that I will leave by her door today.
    Sturgeon's Law:
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    http://terraforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=102021

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    AWsome!

    How could one think it was abandond! Such a cute plant couldnt be abandond could it?

    So many orphans at big do it youre selfs stores..

    not enough space to save them!

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    "thought it was abandoned"..yeah right!
    well, at least she gave it back.."I thought it was abandoned" was obviously the best excuse she could come up with that didnt make her look like an outright theif...(which she clearly was)

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