Well, today some idiot druggo decided he had a greater right to own my tools and cd's than me. Lessons learned:
1. An xe falcon can be easily opened using only a screwdriver and a hammer.
2. The car is not safe even in broad daylight in a busy carpark in the CBD.
3. The scum of the universe appear to be breeding at an alarming rate and settling in the nations capital.
The bit that really sucks is knowing that my tools have probably been traded for twenty bucks worth of weed or whatever the **** these particular cockheads are hooked on, and they wouldn't even like my music anyway. Spineless shithead junkies should be shot, or at least severely beaten until they see the light. One of my mates had his EL done a while back as well. Anyone else (particularly in canberra) noticed an increase in these sorta things happening?
ur lucky a politition didnt take ur last $ in some tax, i had my car broken into alot when i lived in sydney, now im a qlder im back to leaving keys in ing when i park at work of fuel up, cant do that down south Sydney is now like ( new york) no honost people, just long faces , u can see the anger in their eyes.
lol, used to leave the keys in the work transit van when I was doin deliveries, anyone dumb enough to wanna steal the bastard thing deserved to keep it. When it crapped itself we had to start using the bosses SS ute, took me a couple of weeks to break myself of the habit, friggin lucky it didn't get knocked off. I've lived in a smallish town all my life so the city attitude really freaks me out, and i'm told canberra is pleasant compared to parts of sydney
****en cockheads. My mums new BA XR6Turbo got done the other week too. Not much you can do there...
Thats shite, these bastards have no respect, bad enough to have a go at the poor old XE, but an XR6T? Not cool. And sadly you're right nothin you can do, although if you knew who dunnit it wouldn't require the mobilisation of the FF lynch mob, just a simple matter of finding the scumbag and poking them with a baseball bat/bokken/cattle prod until you'd got it outta your system.
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