Cicciomobil

After we delved into the strange and disturbing world of Patti Chong (was that real or just a crazy dream?) it’s refreshing to get back to another honest down to earth classic worst. My Ning has taken a break from his Paul Murray smackdowns and Colin Barnett exposes to snap this van in Inglewood. Or is My Ning saying that this van represents the resources policies of Mr Barnett as resources minister, and the writing style of Paul Murray? Anyhow, nice worst My Ning. Although it seems to be US dollars, it might be a bargain still.

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14 Responses to Cicciomobil

  1. Mike says:

    Not a bad buy, those curtains are quite clean

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  2. Cheech says:

    there seems to have been a spate of vehicles being stripped and dumped in Inglewood over the holiday – there was a car on blocks in the IGA.

    I am particularly impressed that the police show up only to put on those stickers that says: ” we know about this, but we’re in no hurry to do anything about it, we’re busy breathalysing the entire population of WA”

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  3. David Cohen says:

    Did you have to blow into the bag over the festive season, skink?

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  4. Cheech says:

    actually, I drove down south and in the entire journey there and back I did not see one single police officer or a speed camera.

    the cops tested 48,000 people, but missed me, which was lucky because I was travelling at 140k pissed.

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  5. Bill O"Slatter says:

    DFOC I think that is the underlying problem between Cheech and Chatti.

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  6. Rolly says:

    http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/1004319/Australians-buying-more-bikes-than-cars

    Captioned on the RSS feed as:
    “Peddle power rises as car sales slump”.

    These guys are the ‘flag carriers’ for Australian culture !!!!

    Re. the van: The alloy wheels alone must be worth something.

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  7. My Ning says:

    Mr Lazy Aussie

    Hadn’t thought of a name for it, but maybe it should be called: Alan Carpenter’s Election Campaign or Patti Chong’s Criminal Hunt

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  8. Cheech says:

    It can’t be either of those things, since the wheels are still on, and it does not appear to have crashed and burned.

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  9. Frank Calabrese says:

    I am particularly impressed that the police show up only to put on those stickers that says: ” we know about this, but we’re in no hurry to do anything about it, we’re busy breathalysing the entire population of WA”

    The reason why they sticker the abandoned cars is to stop every Mrs Bucket from ringing in and reporting it over and over, and thus tying up Police resources.

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  10. Cheech says:

    I know why they do it, I am just curious why they (or the council) take so long to remove abandoned vehicles.

    leave it one day and people will tag it

    leave it two days and some little scrote will set fire to it.

    Police resources are no longer tied up answering those annoying calls from the general public moaning about being robbed or stabbed.

    The Police Assistance Centre is now manned by civilians. Police resources can therefore be focused where they are most needed – raising revenue from motorists.

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  11. Frank Calabrese says:

    The Police Assistance Centre is now manned by civilians. Police resources can therefore be focused where they are most needed – raising revenue from motorists.

    And attending neighbourhood disputes and “assaultys” where the main crime was someone poking someone else in the chest, or even just TALKING to a neighbour can result in the cops being called if they don’t like what they’ve said.

    I should know from listening to them on the scanner for many years before they went digital and encrypted :-(

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  12. Cheech says:

    this constant police harassment of motorists has taken away all the simple pleasures of driving:

    http://www.abc.net.au/news/stories/2009/01/07/2460860.htm

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  13. Frank Calabrese says:

    I should know from listening to them on the scanner for many years before they went digital and encrypted :-(

    But in the last hour or so they’re rebroadcasting on the Analogue network ,the Midland District – ahh the memories :_)

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  14. Groucho says:

    It is all to do with marketing. If you leave the keys in it with the windows down, nobody will steal it. If you put a 4 sale sign on it, leave the keys in it with the windows down you increase the probability of it being stolen.

    Sadly, the price put the thieves off.

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