Volume 96, Issue 15
Tuesday, September 24, 2002

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Damn you goggle thief

To the Editor:

We're all familiar with the saying "do unto others as you would have others do unto you" – or something to that effect. Heck, it's so popular that it's the one thing that almost everyone can agree on.

However, it seems that some people have forgotten that what goes around, comes around. Like the person who decided to "borrow" my goggles from beside the UCC pool after a leg cramp nearly drowned me and I forgot them. Or the person who felt it was necessary to walk away with my calculator from Taylor library – both things happened on the same day.

Issues of respect and tolerance on a global magnitude are popular topics these days, but what happened to basic respect for other people and their belongings? Start at home and work on things there, first.

We're all adults, after all. If it's not yours, don't take it! Thank you to all those people who have returned lost things they've found – hopefully that kindness finds its way back to you. And please, if anyone finds (or has) my goggles, I'd like them back – they're blue.

Rachel De Lima
Honours Biology IV, Immunology III

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