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I was at Baker Street on Thursday 3rd August. Near the Lost Property office, north of Marylebone Road and wanting a bus to go south. At the 82 bus stop there were a lot of people who had obviously been waiting a long time. There is a big sign near the bus stop saying USE BUS LANE.

I was intending to go to the chess shop, CHESS AND BRIDGE, which I do no the like walking to. But after waiting about 10 minutes I took the Tube back to the safety of south London, where chess has not yet arrived.

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I was at Baker Street on Thursday 3rd August. Near the Lost Property
office, north of Marylebone Road and wanting a bus to go south. At the 82
bus stop there were a lot of people who had obviously been waiting a long
time. There is a big sign near the bus stop saying USE BUS LANE.

I was intending to go to the chess shop, CHESS AND BRIDGE, which I do no
the like walking to. But after waiting about 10 minutes I took the Tube
back to the safety of south London, where chess has not yet arrived.


sometimes it helps to proof read your posts



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On Friday, 4 August 2017 13:18:58 UTC+1, Offramp wrote:
I was at Baker Street on Thursday 3rd August. Near the Lost Property office, north of Marylebone Road and wanting a bus to go south. At the 82 bus stop there were a lot of people who had obviously been waiting a long time. There is a big sign near the bus stop saying USE BUS LANE.

I was intending to go to the chess shop, CHESS AND BRIDGE, which I do no the like walking to. But after waiting about 10 minutes I took the Tube back to the safety of south London, where chess has not yet arrived.


They'd be waiting forever for the 82 given it was withdrawn and replaced by a restructured number 13 back in April.

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On 04.08.2017 3:18 PM, Offramp wrote:
I was at Baker Street on Thursday 3rd August. Near the Lost Property office, north of Marylebone Road and wanting a bus to go south. At the 82 bus stop there were a lot of people who had obviously been waiting a long time. There is a big sign near the bus stop saying USE BUS LANE.

I was intending to go to the chess shop, CHESS AND BRIDGE, which I do no the like walking to. But after waiting about 10 minutes I took the Tube back to the safety of south London, where chess has not yet arrived.



This is some kind of communication to your handler in Moscow, right?


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