The schedule for Grave Industry’s proposed carport and parking lot infrastructure project has fallen through again. They have the money says GI CEO Robert Graves, but “it’s just a matter of finding the right time, and the right person to run it. We definitely have the best men and women on the job. We hired to people from the best Melbourne carport company. I just need to decide who’ll be the liaison from our company.”

GI has been notorious for delaying projects for a number of reasons. A proposed oil rig was cancelled and then eventually shut down because the chief engineer couldn’t find the kind of soap he wanted. He eventually moved to Argentina and sold soap from a shopping trolley. May he rest in peace. He was 26, and survived by his wife and 8 children.

Their current liaison for the carports Melbourne project, Marcus Wiggins, took over from Frank Anderson less than a week ago. We’ll keep you up to date as this interesting saga plays out. One thing’s for sure. Where there’s smoke, there’s GI.

The project is almost complete Sir.

Thank you Wiggins. Putting you in charge of this was the best decision I’ve ever made you were the one to come up with the idea, it’s only right that you should spearhead it. I want to thank you for your support, and your endeavor towards this little mission of ours. Now get the heck out of here!

The pergolas Melbourne, no wait, the carports, are ready to be unveiled. I can’t wait until the press get’s a hold of these photos. It will be such a lemon in the wound of Samuel Moser. He did actually get a lemon in the shoulder, during the Citrus Wars, so I probably shouldn’t say that. Sorry Sam. The point is that the decks Melbourne is nowhere near as grand as my new carports.