| From: "Michele Neylon:: Blacknight.ie" <michele at blacknight.ie>
| Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 19:36:38 +0100
| Those kind of doors are standard in Italian banks [ ... ]
they seem to be common, albeit not universal, in French banks,
or at least in French banks in the South of France? the ones
I have to deal with require me to push a button to gain entry
to the ah, "airlock", from both inside and outside the bank.
my solution to the on-line banking issue is: don't.
that is also my option on internet shopping. research yes,
sensitive details (e.g, payment), NO FSCKING WAY (albeit I
confess to having done so in "emergencies").
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