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Written by Guido Jansen in
January 2007

Geen dag om je raam even vergeten dicht te doen... Vallende bouwkranen op de Uithof op het Ruppertgebouw (vorige week nog gelopen daar) en de SGS kamer hebben we maar eerder dicht gedaan. Bijna iedereen was vanwege het weer met de bus en toen we om kwart voor vier te horen kregen dat er na vier uur geen bussen meer zouden rijden zijn we ook maar naar huis gegaan. En thuis is het niet veel beter. Ik woon op 15 hoog, dus ten eerste giert de wind door elk kiertje, ten tweede zitten we de hele dag al heen-en-weer te wiegen omdat de flat lekker met de wind mee beweegt, beetje zeeziek wordt je er wel van....

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