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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    I have gone over there at 2 am and asked them nicely. They did nothing. After that, **** them. I haven't mentioned the beer cans and garbage thrown across the fence into my yard or large ruts left in my yard when they run out of parking space. And that was all before I started calling the cops on them. No respect for me, no respect for them.
    I was wrong about the legislature. They must be Cliven Bundy Patriots.



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyclonepride View Post
    I have gone over there at 2 am and asked them nicely. They did nothing. After that, **** them. I haven't mentioned the beer cans and garbage thrown across the fence into my yard or large ruts left in my yard when they run out of parking space. And that was all before I started calling the cops on them. No respect for me, no respect for them.
    I have a very low tolerance for BS in my home. I pay a lot of money to live in a quiet neighborhood. I haven't had to, but I'd call in the fuzz at a moment's notice. Have some respect for your neighbors or have Johnny Law knock on the door.



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    We are the 'young hooligan renters'



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanStanwyk View Post
    OK....that is fair and respectful of you. It does sound like it is cop calling time. I take back my earlier comments. As long as it was on a week night. Week end, let the games continue.

    Park on my yard during the week or the weekend and you'll wish I had just called the cops



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by KnappShack View Post
    I have a very low tolerance for BS in my home. I pay a lot of money to live in a quiet neighborhood. I haven't had to, but I'd call in the fuzz at a moment's notice. Have some respect for your neighbors or have Johnny Law knock on the door.
    Where do you live? My dog needs a new lawn to fertilize.


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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanStanwyk View Post
    Where do you live? My dog needs a new lawn to fertilize.
    As long as he's quiet he can have at it



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    After a number of hours of working in the yard with my wife this past weekend, I was almost seen as "that guy with a shovel and no wife"



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUKing View Post
    Park on my yard during the week or the weekend and you'll wish I had just called the cops
    why?


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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbuk View Post
    Unless you got young kids you are a dick for doing that. IMO. Especially if you don't ask them nicely to turn it down before doing so.
    Lol **** that, I'd ask one time, every other time would be cops.




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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    I am probably known as "the guy that mows his own lawn"

    and my wife as "the mom that is always taking her kid to the park"


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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by KnappShack View Post
    I have a very low tolerance for BS in my home. I pay a lot of money to live in a quiet neighborhood. I haven't had to, but I'd call in the fuzz at a moment's notice. Have some respect for your neighbors or have Johnny Law knock on the door.
    Yeah, this guy is pushing 40, but has Peter Pan syndrome and hangs out with a bunch of 18-21 year olds. I'm sure it would be different if it was a bunch of people in their late 30's (less screaming at the top of your lungs just to prove you can be loud and hammered at the same time). I was nice about it for a couple years, but after asking him politely a couple times, I just quit trying to be nice about it.



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by coolerifyoudid View Post
    You're safe. Thieves think it's a trap.

    I've gotten at least 3 texts from the neighbors across the street at 11PM telling me I left my garage open.
    I like this strategy, I am just going to take the front door off my house. No need for ADT here!



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbuk View Post
    Unless you got young kids you are a dick for doing that. IMO. Especially if you don't ask them nicely to turn it down before doing so.
    Beg to differ. If it's 2am & the stereo can be heard inside the neighbor's home, it's too dang loud, and it's rude. You don't have to have small kids to need/want sleep.

    Granted, we moved out to the country to get away from loud and/or nosy neighbors, but not everyone has that option. If you're sharing space in close proximity to neighbors, you should share it better. IMO.



    ps: GET OFF MY LAWN!!!




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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    The one neighbor would say the spoiled brats next door. They do seem a lot easier to deal with now that they have a kid and don't ***** about every little thing just because they can. It's nice to be able to go outside now and not get yelled at for listening to "demonic" music (was listening to "Enter Sandman" at a completely reasonable volume). They haven't ******* about smoke from the grill blowing into their yard lately either.

    The other neighbor would say the kids with the big dog their sons love to play with. The husband would probably say I'm the guy who spends way too much time on the lawn and landscaping.



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    Re: How would your neighbors describe you and your family

    Quote Originally Posted by AlanStanwyk View Post
    OK....that is fair and respectful of you. It does sound like it is cop calling time. I take back my earlier comments. As long as it was on a week night. Week end, let the games continue.

    Do you have any young kids?

    That is my biggest concern of who might get woken up at night. If my 2 year old is woken up and starts losing it, then I'm going to lose it. This goes for weeknights or weekends.



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