The submitter wrote: An original taken in Adelaide, Australia. New padlock latch device for securing motor vehicle door. Not yet patented 🙂
Smart guy. I sold a GMC van to a carpenter who kept his tools in the van while living in a high-crime area. I didn’t keep valuables in the van nor live in a high-crime area. I truthfully only used the power locks a couple times while I owned the van so I could only tell him “Worked last time I used them.” So he phones me back the next day, says the locks didn’t work, cost him $75 to get the standard GM locks working. My thought was “You utter fucking moron, what retard would leave thousands in tools behind standard glass and locks?” The answer: nobody, and you can see it at any traffic light in Vancouver – check the van in front of you. The sales rep from Makita has metal grills on the windows and a huge padlock and hasp on the rear doors. This Aussi made a smart move on the cheap. Here, the crackheads simply tie a sparkplug to a shoelace (ceramic breaks glass) and do a long line of cars one window at a time. Even at only 25 cents on the console per car it only takes 20 cars to fill the crack pipe again.
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