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By sunshine - 10 February 2010 52

what is it with these stupid suburb wars between the youth of today.    The majority of signs in the weston area have been defaced over night with kambah, tuggeranong postcodes  “2902-2905 rules bitches”.  etc…

wanna be gangstas – north vs south – who cares!!!!!

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westyonline 11:37 am 20 Feb 10

I think its about time that all forms of paint and paint related products be banned,Textas and Sharpies as well..Its a public discrace..The last thing we need is Unruly Youths flying around on scooters doing 240Kph,running over spotted quolls!

Tooks 8:44 am 12 Feb 10

Woody Mann-Caruso said :

Just a bunch of socially retarded little cretins influenced by American gang culture.

Oh, please. People have been using graffiti to mark turf, sing their own praises and mock their rivals since the invention of writing.

I was talking more about the postcode tags and terms like ‘represent’.

Thumper 8:33 am 12 Feb 10

Just like westside story, except not…

Mordd 1:26 am 12 Feb 10

Ah its just canberra finally catching up to sydney/melbourne/perth/brisbane where every train station has a local gang just waiting to amuse you in their pathetic attempts at tomfoolery and general hijinks. Most noticeable in my opinion in Melbourne, it was a source of mirth and amusement for me on many occasion alighting from a train in some area of suburbia to be greeted by the local 10-15 year olds intent on acting tough. Ahh it brings back memories. Sure Canberra has always had the “interchange gangs” but this postcode bonding development is new indeed, a definite “evolution” of the mentality from what I experienced growing up in Canberra until my late teens before I escaped. Remember, a loud bark is oft times more useful than a sharp bite. 😛

busgirl 11:18 pm 11 Feb 10

Hank said :

90210 4 EVA! Wait no no that’s not right

…who’s Eva?

frontrow 8:44 pm 11 Feb 10

I’m pretty sure it’s not the youth of today doing this. I haven’t posted an actual letter for many years. I think you have to be a certain age to even know what a post code is. Same as knowing why you “dial” a telephone number.

2604 7:43 pm 11 Feb 10

Honestly, I can’t see what all the fuss is about. Tuggers does rule the Creek.

Biatches.

sunshine 7:05 pm 11 Feb 10

where are the canberra guardian angels when you need them….

Ryan 7:04 pm 11 Feb 10

MartyMcFly said :

Kambah representing!!!! I even got a tatt on my arm saying “2900 4 Life”

Since sarcasm is difficult to read online, I’ll point out that Kambah’s postcode isn’t 2900 It’s 2902.

Woody Mann-Caruso 6:57 pm 11 Feb 10

Just a bunch of socially retarded little cretins influenced by American gang culture.

Oh, please. People have been using graffiti to mark turf, sing their own praises and mock their rivals since the invention of writing.

Gobbo 6:31 pm 11 Feb 10

Weaselburger said :

POMMY BASTARD SAYS: To tell you the truth I don’t much like anyone outside this town. And there aren’t many families down our street that I can stand”.

Why why don’t you go tag all their letterboxes with {your street number} rules then you can be cool too!!

Just quietly Weaselburger, I think Pommy Bastard was quoting a television show from the UK.

🙂

Wraith 5:47 pm 11 Feb 10

blueberry said :

How do you know it was the youth of today that did it? did you see them actually painting the signs?

I have seen just as many “adults” buy in to the stupidity of suburb rivalry as kids. A breif look in the comments on this site will show this.

Very good point, and funny as hell really, but careful, you will get them all started again………..

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