Sunday, December 20, 2015

Yet more cock-spanks on patrol

My shed abuts an arterial road in a Canberra suburb. It's a long stretch of road with roundabouts either side.

Which means hoons, bogans and other vehicular-enjoying sub-types roar up and down that stretch since everyone has to give way to them

The worst, for someone with anxiety and fibromyalgia, are the motorbikes because the noise of their "tuned" engines pulse through the fence (slash) shed (slash) cranium with a fight (slash) flight trigger intensity. 

They're either dirt bikes with the muffler altered to be less-muffling or some low-riding biker wannabe with a similar desire to inflict their auditory poison on their community as some sort of "me exist!" existential cry for attention and that their lives will not just end in bones in dust.

The irony being that being cock-spanks on patrol—on patrol to advise those who live nearby that they are cock-spanks—means they're statistically more likely to remove themselves from the gene pool and hasten that whole bones-in-dust journey.

In Storyverse—theboy and my shared community of characters and locations—some of the characters express their rage via billboards with statements of anger with a large signature alongside a portrait of that character looking cranky (1).

I wish I could put a billboard up that had me looking cranky saying "Attention cock-spanks on motorbikes—your chopped penis rides afflict people with disabilities. Please fuck off and ride somewhere else. Also, see a counsellor."

But that would probably only encourage them and the billboard would likely be defaced within about three and a half minutes past dusk. 

Anyway, cock-spanks on patrol. Grr.

(1) For some reason there's an entire rapid-install billboard industry for an Atlantic island (1a) with two dozen people. We hand-wave that away with magic and/or technology. 
(1a) Storyverse is part of the real world but it's on an island. theboy relocated it to the Atlantic from near New Zealand and before that Storyverse (the island) was in a lake in Tasmania. I like that Storyverse hops around the globe as theboy becomes more familiar with geography—one of his favourite subjects. 

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