Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Christmas presents ?

I was already in Christmas mood but my Yuletide joy was doused with a rude surprise early Monday morning,when my dear partner gave me a call,"Eugene, please come to office now,I suspect that our office has been broken into"

Indeed,my office was broken into, some cash gone, some computer hardware missing, some stocks got carted away and the losses okay just don't want to mention about it.

Look at the cut grill piece that they so nicely put on top of the boxes.hahahaah

The drawers that they took some "valuables" away.
These guys were good lah, they did not damage the whole door,they knew just what's right to "get the job done" thank god for it,otherwise,would have to spend more in repairing the "touch and open" system and the the new door. Thanks guys for a nice job

Well, looking on the bright side, these burglars were nice enough that they did not mess up my whole office, they did not take away my computer,my partner's computer, my clerk's computer,they did not ransack the whole place like burglars always do, and they were professional enough to "spot on" where the treasures were.hahahahahahah

Life goes on, I hope those burglars would buy some nice presents to their own children with the loots that they got from my office and in return giving their children some Christmas joy(if they do have children),never mind if I lost mine already.

P/S : Thank God that my business was "Business as Usual" and thank you "the burglars" for not ruining it for good.

24 comments:

  1. sorry to read this bro...I hope things will go well with you. Have faith in Him.

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  2. sad to read this bro.. glad that your office was not ransack, and hopefully it's not done by some familiar person, since it's so neatly done.. and they know that the computers are important for you..

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  3. Sorry to hear about this, and it is consoling to hear you are taking this episode with the right attitude, yet I hope justice will be brought upon those burglars. Blessed Christmas to you and family still!

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  4. Sorry to hear that.. but as you said looking at the bright side, it might an unofficial Christmas gifts to burglars.. Merry Christmas to you and family..

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  5. Sorry to hear this too Eugene :(.. Hope the police manage to track who did this.

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  6. It is so good that you can always look at the bright side for things that weren't seem to be the way. You stay easy.

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  7. i agree with the other comments that you've taken the positive attitude to this unfortunate event. money can be earned & everything will balance out in the end.

    have a blessed christmas!

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  8. Sorry to read about this..

    But its great that you think positively..

    Take care!

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  9. Sorry to hear this, Eugene. Despite all the loses, you still stay positive.

    Take care.

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  10. So nice of you Eugene.. yeah, looking at the brighter side, no one got slashed or hurt as we read in the papers.. take what they want and dont harm anyone... material things can be bought back... anyway, hope not much losses lost..

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  11. Oh dear! Taking a positive outlook on it is the way to go, Eugene. Look out for the silver lining.

    Have a blessed Christmas, no matter.

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  12. That sucks, but like your positive attitude! Have a great Xmas!

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  13. this is the most calm post of a burglary. any other person would have flipped. God bless you, papa eugene.

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  14. Like your Ah Q spirit..yes perhaps the burglar(s) is desperately in need of money more than you, to feed his children who has not eaten for days.

    To add on another Ah Q spirit with this Chinese idiom in Mand. ~ 破財免災 pò cái miǎn zāi.

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  15. Oh dear! Those burglars sure know when to choose a good time to rob. And like you said, luckily no big damages done.

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  16. Oh so sorry about the incident. You really positive minded. Look like the Santa took away the gift instead of giving you.

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  17. Bro Eugene,
    sorry to hear about this "christmas present". you are really strong in your faith and still able to be joyful and thankful under this circumstances. Surely you have been able to rise above the circumstances. God will blessed you far more than your losses.

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  18. Sorry to hear about this sad news. Your last lines and your attitude made me smile. You know how to look at the positive in every situation. And no one can ever rob you of that :)

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  19. I have great admiration for you, Eugene. Most people would be cursing at those darn burglars but you took this whole episode so positively *pat on your back* :)

    Wishing you and your family a very blessed Christmas!

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  20. Eugene.. I remember your post this morning after lodge a police report on behalf of my company. Well.. looking at the bright side.. I might have a new Ipad (finger cross) hehehe. My office being ransacked too. Mostly laptops with all important data was stolen. I hope that burglar cannot read the project thingy which cost million of ringgits. But I felt something fishy about this..

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  21. Thank heavens you looked on the brighter-side of the situation. Not many would do that!
    Give yourself a pat on the shoulder, you deserve to be applauded! ^^

    Blessed Christmas!! (^_^)
    +Ant+

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