|Comments on Monday 22 April 2002:
|It's a good idea, also, to not lock oneself out of a recently purchased abode. When asking someone to bring your coat, upon which a key is resting, don't assume they'll notice the key being flung across the room when the coat is picked up. Luckily we wanted the locks changed anyway, so we just had the locksmith pick the old one before replacing it. No credentials required, interestingly, so if I ever need to rob a place, I'll just call a locksmith. Much easier than learning to pick locks myself.
|Personally, I've found that gaining illicit entry to my own home is MUCH quicker than waiting for a locksmith. I believe I broke into the empty building some dozen times to look around before they got around to selling it to us/giving us a key, and it rarely took more than 5 minutes.
But I s'pose that calling a locksmith looks less incriminating than being spotted by neighbors with your legs hanging out a window...
|Heh. Heh heh heh.
Locked out, already!