Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Sam writes:

My neighbor's daughter and son-in-law lost their home to the bank so he took them in recently. The son-in-law has taken the house over. He apparently isn't paying his bills so he has been buying cars and boats and dragging them over to the neighbors house. Well in the process of backing all this shit into their driveway he drives through our yard and over our flower bed. I put out reflectors but he ran over those as well.

A few weeks ago I put a post in the yard to help defend the flower bed and the side of the house. He comes over to my house banging on the door telling me it wasn't right that I put a post IN MY YARD because he might scratch his truck. I have since had my property surveyed and I am having a metal chainlink fence put around our yard. These people suck and it is hard to have a logical conversation with redneck morons.

I wish I could fuck up and lose everything so I could move back in with my parents and buy a Jaguar and a Harley. What the hell is wrong with people? I wonder how someone goes about letting his creditors know where he lives now?

Ca1v1n replies:

You want the #1 solution for someone driving over your flower bed... CALTROPS. Realistically that is probably not a good idea. You will be out watering your plants one day and forget the area is a minefield. Next thing you know you need a tetanus shot.

Chain link fences are ugly and if you are only needing to protect one specific corner of your lot I would recommend a 'decorative boulder'. I once knew a guy who had a drunk driver crash into is front living room. He put a couple huge boulders in the center of his front yard so that could never happen again. The odds are it wouldn't have ever happened again anyway but it made him feel more at ease while watching TV.

I'm also willing to bet you could find the creditors easy enough. You could start with the vehicles. Most car dealerships have those stupid logos they put on cars or on the license plate frame. Get the name of the dealership and then give them a call. You could also just Google 'Collection Agency' and find somebody local.

2 comments:

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