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May 10, 2010 | by  | in Opinion |
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Where is the VUWSA van Part 4

You know how last week we used our super sleuth skills to find out that there are four mechanics in Otaki? Well this week, we tried to call them. We figured we could probably just ask them if they had a black van sitting in their garage. It appears not.

The first place we called, turns out the phone number listed on the Yellow Pages website was in fact their fax number. Who even has a fax machine these days?

The second place we called actually answered the phone. But they didn’t have a black van there.

The third place also answered. They didn’t have a black van either.

The phone rang at the fourth place. It rang. And it rang. Then someone, or something, picked up. There were loud noises. Lots of loud noises. Kind of like a robot. Or perhaps a piece of machinery. In either case, it was a little terrifying. We put down the phone. We all looked at each other. We were confused.

And we still don’t know where the VUWSA van is.

Fuck.

Does this mean we get to go on a road trip to Otaki?

Perhaps.

I guess this means we’ll get to go to the Bendon Outlet store?

Sweet!

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