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2:26pm on Sunday, 9th June, 2013:
[9/6/13 12:20] I picked up my laptop this morning, then promptly checked it into left luggage so I didn't have to cart it around Hong Kong while I did touristy things (which I'm doing now, sitting at the Peak with a panoramic view of Hong Kong and Kowloon through an ominous veil of cloud).
When I picked up my laptpo, I asked at the office how many they normally find on a flight. They said they don't find so many laptops/notebooks these days, but they usually find 7 or 8 tablets or e-readers each flight.
I don't feel quite so stupid being one of the 1 in 20 passengers who leaves things behind, as I've flown many more than 20 times so am better than average.
I wouldn't care, but I don't even know what the guy in the next seat said to me when I was intending to take my laptop out of the pouch in front;I'm not even sure it was in English.
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