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    (Original post by BritishRailAPT)
    No barriers, and the security were as good as non-existent. (Well, they obviously existed, just always hidden). Believe me, if you visited North Lindsey College, the campus is wide open! All of the buildings you can just stroll on in to.

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    Lol That's dangerous what if a terrorist just walked in and blew the building up. You could end up having non students in lessons lol. My college were pretty tight on security you had to show your id card to the security guards.

    If you didn't have it on you had to pay to get a temporary one. If you don't have enough money they throw you out the building lol :lol:
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    (Original post by mr T 999)
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    Lol That's dangerous what if a terrorist just walked in and blew the building up. You could end up having non students in lessons lol. My college were pretty tight on security you had to show your id card to the security guards.

    If you didn't have it on you had to pay to get a temporary one. If you don't have enough money they throw you out the building lol :lol:
    That's what I always thought.

    Since I left, I have sometimes walked into one of the nearest buildings on the campus to where I was walking from (there are three entrances in total) just so that I could use the toilets as the toilets in the park across the road were disgusting to the point of being unusable and nobody challenged me. :eek:

    I once even walked into one of the buildings and took a nap in the disabled toilet area, and again, was never challenged about it! :rofl:

    The college did once have a bomb scare, (which turned out to be a false alarm) back in 2003.

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    (Original post by Matthew Severn)
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    Hi welcome to CTAM
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    (Original post by spotify95)
    Yep, and this time I'll actually be able to use Movie Maker without the laptop overheating, since my new HP does not overheat!


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    woop woop :yy: :party: :yep:

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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    woop woop :yy: :party: :yep:

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    Later on this evening I'll transfer my documents across as well

    All will be sorted soon

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