Kalamunda bites back

Kala heavyweights have responded with cliches from both barrels to TLA’s savage attack 12 days ago. The Midland-Kalamunda Reporter’s Joel Kelly (whom my sources say lives in Parkerville) coaxed quotes from council CEO Rhonda Hardy about the TWOP outrage. “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder…whilst…eclectic range of architecture…some of the buildings being less inspiring…whilst…has its own charm…investor confidence…range of local and independent shopping, artisan and farmers markets”. Mr Kelly revealed a bundle will be spent on underground power from next month (take that, former Gooseberry Hill-dwelling Flangemaster!), and Ms Hardy said there had been recent approvals for the old Toyota site, Barber Street, and Kalamunda Road (put THAT in yer beret and yarnbomb it, Mr McDonald! Good DAY, sir). I for one look forward to Mr Kelly’s spread on the tears at the Haynes Street Larder. kalaexpose

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44 Responses to Kalamunda bites back

  1. GivDBird says:

    Ya fucken famous cuz


  2. Bento says:

    More anti-Munditism.


  3. vegan says:

    they didn’t read it, did they?


  4. Plonka says:

    Nope. They did not.


  5. Dame Shazza says:

    So there you go, when it comes to planning, architecture, public amenities and so on it’s what’s on the inside that counts.


  6. hazel says:

    The typo at the bottom of the news column is a nice touch; “What do you think? Have you say at http://www…. “


  7. Rardey says:

    You’re pathetic little website is pathetic its attacks on us kalamundians is disgusting. I’ll bet you wouldn’t be spewing your left wing labour party politics if we were full of young hoodlums like down there on the flats but because we’re a community of elderly responsible people you feel the need to continually attack us!

    You start off by abusing our lack of planning and now our fantastic shire council spells out how were improving our city centre and you attack us more.

    Why don’t you all get a job, I can’t wait until tony abbot makes you get jobs and you won’t have the time to write this vitriol anymore


    • NF#1 says:

      Unless trolling, this is really a bit rich coming from some retiree bludger. Why should I have to work and pay taxes just so you can have subsidised dentures and bus outings? Stick your free-market economics and utter lack of irony where they fit. While I’m at it, this took me a sum total of 30 seconds to write, while your ill-thought out diatribe most likely took hours.


      • I assumed it was a joke.


        • NF#1 says:

          I just wanted to practice the phrase “retiree bludger.”


          • Rardey says:

            I’m not a retiree I’ll have you know I am a succesful accountant and have operated my own business for years unlike you parasites! Just stay out of our wonderful town and keep down there on the flats an leave us alone.


            • vegan says:

              you are satire, aren’t you?

              and might i suggest that the word ‘disgusting’ is completely played out.


            • Bento says:

              Another accountant? I guess that explains why you can barely spell. And I think you’ll find the preferred term is ‘Mundite’. Please make a note.


            • Rolly says:

              Do you really mean to say that a Diploma in Social Parasitolgy is not actually a requirement for CPA qualification ??
              Of all the blood sucking professions, I have always considered accountancy to be the acme of fiduciary fiddling.
              Mainly legal, yes; but morally highly questionable.
              And just in case you are about to further denegrate the reputations of the contributors here, many are actively engaged in worthwhile occupations and shouldering their fair share of the Taxation burden.
              I’m retired, but, during my working life as an Aviation professional, I did work that actually contributed to the economy, rather than feeding off it.
              So stuff that in your fiscal spreadsheets.


            • orbea says:

              Someone related to the Yardley clan? Bwuce and the undertaker? Nice moustache btw


            • El Guisto says:

              Out of interest I made a survey of other Kalamundians I spoke to on the weekend. Yes all, the secret is out, El Guisto took a visit to the world famous shitter that is the BIG K! I just had to see for it my self.
              I feel there is interesting thesis material here should I ever decide on another Phd.

              My curiosity was piqued by Rardey’s vitriol about the well informed and totally unbiased scriptings of our fair mentor, TLA.

              So my question to the Kalamundians I met was of the following…
              “tell me good sir, or damsel, what be your response to the statement…?
              Accountancy is a well respected profession”.

              A number of responses (all, I am sorry to say, in the negative), bought forth amongst them the following pearls of wisdom….

              “A bunch of shysters”. Shop owner.
              “3 feet lower than a snakes asshole” Sea Captain.
              “I give birth to one about 9 in the morning, but always flush the toilet afterwards” mechanic.
              “We had to bury two up in gangara pines they was that fuckin bent” outlaw motorcycle gang member.
              “I often expect to meet one where I work” proctologist.

              I was shocked at the crudeness of this, but consider such shitty surroundings may breed barbarism on a vast scale. I have a theory that culture is bred in urbane surroundings so the opposite may be true.

              So as you see Rardey, there may be other accountants in Kalamunda, but it appears none are admitting it even to their friends and loved ones.


    • Dame Shazza says:

      What is it with raging accountants? I don’t recall ‘the flats’ being used as a pejorative before, is this a new thing?


      • skink says:

        someone once recommended an accountant in Kalamunda to me. I went up there and had a consultation where they told me how they would save me a lot of money on my tax. At the end of the ‘free first meeting’ I told them that I wasn’t convinced that their scheme was legal and declined to sign up. They then sent me a xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
        I’m pretty sure we could say that, but I’m erring on the side of caution.


    • El Guisto says:

      Tut tut Rardey, you know that when you lash out at someone, you’ re really just lashing out at yourself


    • Anonymous says:

      How’s your mate tony going creating jobs? Just to clear up something, all the Labor voters I know have jobs and pay the proper amount of tax. Unlike the big end of town. Me thinks you are an angry sad little fellow, who needs to blame someone.


  8. Plonka says:

    Accountants are weird.


  9. El Guisto says:

    It’s because the have to fondle an abacus all day without any release of such an unseemly state of heightened excitement.
    Mind you they appear to be vicious brutes, these kalamunda accountants. Maybe the shire council should consider by-laws for muzzling them in public?


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