The two faces of our society

On Sunday, May 23, I went to the council tip in exmouth to dispose of garden refuse. My wallet must have slipped out of my pocket without my knowledge.

The two faces of

our society

On Sunday, May 23, I went to the

council tip in exmouth to dispose

of garden refuse. My wallet must

have slipped out of my pocket

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without my knowledge.

A little while later, a gentleman

appeared at my front door with

wallet in hand, saying he'd found

it and where. I was so surprised

that I didn't even ask his name. If

he could send me an email I'd like

to thank him (malcookcook@btinternet.

com).

Later that day, we were having

lunch outside and heard a crunch

of a car hitting another. We looked

over the fence and a lady asked us

if the red car was ours. It was not

- we assumed she'd put her details

on the damaged car, but she did

not.

She drove away, no doubt leaving

the owner to return to find a badly

damaged car. Perhaps the lady

who did the damage would like to

make herself known to the injured

party.

Two examples of the world in

which we live - the utterly generous,

and the particularly mean...

Malcolm Cook,

Address supplied.

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