4 April 2008

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nice work – caption names are filenames – carefull with that sub-eds 🙂

Poor lad in the pic can’t get into his SLUM



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David Collett is actually the director of Asset Management. Good to see our favorite reporter, Cayla, is paying attention to detail. And who wrote that headline – why are the neighbours getting $20 million relief?

“Fraser Court was not providing us with the social outcomes we wanted to see in our tenants”?????? WTF John? Have a look at the clay you are working with. Generally speaking the people you are disappoointed about their social outcomes never had any in the first place. They are just leeches on society and will never improve. Sell Fraser Court and put the money into responsible parenting services and education to try and break the vicious cycle of pond scum breeding pond scum breeding pond scum…………….

That’s terrible, Muriel!!!

I’ve been amused by those little jpg names that are getting onto the CT website images! The ‘scum’ one was the best though, what a hoot!

all I get is a nice grey square… photo of early morning fog looking up perhaps?

DarkLadyWolfMother11:46 am 04 Apr 08

@dalryk – you can’t even keep them out of parliament…

The caption now reads:
Open house: News of the impending sale of Fraser Court appeared to get out early yesterday, with one man turning up for a private inspection.

I am equally as amused.

I wonder who the fine young man is who is ‘reviewing’ the site. Perhaps, he is a potential invester!!!


‘Dave’, meet ‘Scum’….

stereo henry10:44 am 04 Apr 08

Now that’s quality

I don’t often say it – in fact i’ve never said it – but that CT website is finally going somewhere.

They’re finally doing something about Fraser Court? awesome. I’m sick of living next to goverment housing ‘scum’. If you can’t keep low-lifes and undesirables out of Kingston, where can you keep them out of?

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