Gang-gangs, lack of plethora thereof

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Subject: Gang-gangs, lack of plethora thereof
From: "Philip Veerman" <>
Date: Sat, 24 May 2014 16:45:44 +1000
I have not had access to a car since mid December, so I only go to places I
can walk to, close to home, or on the bus (basically walk in west Kambah,
bus to Tuggeranong or Woden or sometimes city and not much of that). I have
encountered 4 GGs at the back of Kambah village (behind Burns club) on one
day and a pair near the ANBG on one  other day. That is all for me for the
year. None in my GBS area for several years. 


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