Weekend Worstoff 13

Had a lot of submissions in the last couple of weeks, and some promised to go up have been delayed a bit. Sorry. Coming. The most extraordinary submission was from International correspondent Bento, jaunting the globe in the company of a good woman, still managing to snap a few international worsts (or wursts in this case). He’s hit The US, prague and about to go to Russia. Behold Prague Sausage Man. Awesome Bento. How cool to have an international correspondent. Can you get a shot of a murdered journalist in Moscow B? Would be much appreciated.

Also from Bento, Subway Prague.

Another submission from Paul who doesn’t like this house in Vic Park. Is it a different view of this house we’ve had already? Could be same architect. I quite like it actually. Looks like a marble riverboat gambler boat. Paul Says…

This eyesore has a great view of the private high school that borders Shepperton Rd and Duncan St and consistently mars my walk to the Broken Hill Hotel. I thought it might look a little better if compared to some of the other examples of terrible architecture already posted to your site.

One from Teh ‘Rage, Rottobloggo‘s David Cohen of the Communications Centre door propped open at QEII. A nice simple worst to gladden the heart.

Surprised we’ve had no worst commenting on the proposal to name the new theatre after Heath Ledger.

Maybe there should be a new worst category for naming police operations. The investigation into the boat sinking on Sydney harbour was named Strike Force Condor. A little over the top?

Weekend Well Worsters.

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5 Responses to Weekend Worstoff 13

  1. Russell says:

    I like the white house too – it’s pleasingly symmetrical, and saves me a trip to Syria.

    If a new theatre is to be named after a locally-born star, what about Judy Davis – a stellar 30 year career!

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  2. How about the Barrry Barkla Hans Merks Theatre?

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  3. BTW I didn’t pull out a classic for 300 000 views. For some reason 300 000 sounds lees impressive than a quarter of a million, even though it’s more.

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  4. Vic Demised says:

    The Heath Ledger Memorial Detox Centre might be a tad more apropriate. I’d give it to Judy Davis. (The naming of the new theatre, I mean.)

    “Barry Barkla” rings bells, LA, but I can’t work out why. I just get an image of a big round face and a shiny bald head. Abysmal actor. Am I on the right track? Associate him with Channel 7 in the 70s. Close? But if he’s a local bloke, I’m as parochial as the next Western Australian -I’d give it to Bary Barkla too!

    As to the house… it looks fine to me. But then, I go through Balacatta every day.

    Love ya work, LA. Keep ’em comin’.

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  5. Frank Calabrese says:

    And good old Lannie sends out a media release to announce the the new public dunnies at Esplanade Train Station :-)

    http://www.mediastatements.wa.gov.au/Pages/Results.aspx?ItemID=130484

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