Parking Latham style

By 30 June, 2013 11

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This abandoned vehicle on the path through Latham was due for removal “within 2 days of 10:30am 18/6/13″ has finally been vandalised and will probably be across the path before long, if not pushed right into Ginninderra Creek

Surprised it hasn’t been torched yet.

The couple of strolling locals I spoke to were pretty cheesed off that it hadn’t been removed as yet.

The picture on the left was taken 16 Jun 13

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11 Responses to Parking Latham style
#1
bundah1:50 pm, 30 Jun 13

Well perhaps now TAMS will organise to have it removed and crushed?

#2
Masquara2:11 pm, 30 Jun 13

Too funny that Canberra has a suburb named after Mark Latham …. or so it will seem in the mists of time!

#3
dks00k3:18 pm, 30 Jun 13

Masquara said :

Too funny that Canberra has a suburb named after Mark Latham …. or so it will seem in the mists of time!

FAIL!

Mark Latham was 10 years old when the suburb of Latham was established. What was his claim to fame then?

Try John Latham….

#4
bundah3:36 pm, 30 Jun 13

Indeed not just any Latham but Sir John Greig Latham who started off as a pollie and was appointed Chief Justice of the High Court from 1935 to 1952.

Not to take anything away from Mark who’s had quite a colourful career :)

#5
justin heywood4:01 pm, 30 Jun 13

I think that TAMS allows a bit more time for British Leyland products. It’s often a bit hard to tell whether this is the ‘final’ breakdown or just another normal, everyday breakdown.

#6
Blen_Carmichael4:09 pm, 30 Jun 13

dks00k said :

Masquara said :

Too funny that Canberra has a suburb named after Mark Latham …. or so it will seem in the mists of time!

FAIL!

Mark Latham was 10 years old when the suburb of Latham was established. What was his claim to fame then?

Try John Latham….

I think Masquara was talking tongue-in-cheek. But in answer to your question about what Mark Latham was doing when he was 10 years old, we can only speculate. Calling his fourth grade teacher a “skanky ho”, attempting to break the school bus driver’s arm, smashing up the equipment in photography class, keeping a secret black book on those who considered Latham their friend – the list is endless.

#7
Shirokuma6:40 pm, 30 Jun 13

dks00k said :

Masquara said :

Too funny that Canberra has a suburb named after Mark Latham …. or so it will seem in the mists of time!

FAIL!

Mark Latham was 10 years old when the suburb of Latham was established. What was his claim to fame then?

Try John Latham….

As for the “FAIL” comment, I think you need to look closer to home. “…or so it will seem in the mists of time!” was obviously too subtle for you.

#8
switch6:44 pm, 30 Jun 13

justin heywood said :

I think that TAMS allows a bit more time for British Leyland products. It’s often a bit hard to tell whether this is the ‘final’ breakdown or just another normal, everyday breakdown.

Was the self-changing oil system still being topped up? That’s the usual way to tell.

#9
Masquara7:07 pm, 30 Jun 13

dks00k said :

Masquara said :

Too funny that Canberra has a suburb named after Mark Latham …. or so it will seem in the mists of time!

FAIL!

Mark Latham was 10 years old when the suburb of Latham was established. What was his claim to fame then?

Try John Latham….

Oh dear oh dear. You are not very bright, or you would have understood my post. Incroyable. Extra FAIL!!! ; ]

#10
Pork Hunt7:16 am, 01 Jul 13

That site could be the new spiritual home for “Terribly British Day”…

#11
PBO9:10 am, 01 Jul 13

Upon inspection of the picture, I would feel sorry for whomever the passenger was.

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