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Old 07-08-2013, 01:25 PM
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Probably he is just bored with life and has nothing better to do than to be a PITA for other people.
I guess...
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Old 07-08-2013, 01:34 PM
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Too freaking HOT. And the humidity. Oh dear lord.

I'm hoping that by 10pm maybe it'll be bearable enough for a walk.
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:00 PM
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A la Rory Gilmore:

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Rory: Oh my God, I just got hit by a deer!
Lane: You hit a deer?
Rory: No, I got hit by a deer!
Lane: How do you get hit by a deer?
Rory: I was at a stop sign and it hit me.
And then on the way home with giant deer dent in the side of my less than 3 months old car, someone rear ended us. So now I am dealing with the insurance agents from two separate companies, processing two separate claims and sets of damages. Lovely.
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:12 PM
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[QUOTEmualiTerp07;2287766]A la Rory Gilmore:



And then on the way home with giant deer dent in the side of my less than 3 months old car, someone rear ended us. So now I am dealing with the insurance agents from two separate companies, processing two separate claims and sets of damages. Lovely.[/QUOTE]

Ohhhh my god. I'm sorry, that suuucks
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:18 PM
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I'm wearing uncomfortable interview clothes and I've been at the Secretary of State for almost an hour already... With at least an hour to wait.
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:31 PM
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To top it all off he just asked if there was an ordinance regarding how many dogs and cats someone can have. Now, working at the shelter for 2 years and a local rescue for 2 more, no there isn't. And even if there was, the city nor the county would enforce it. They're the kind of backwoods law enforcement who shoot animals rather than take them to the shelter.

So now, even if the cops won't do anything about my animals, I'm a bit worried all around. As weird as some people think it is, I have four cats who live outside in a large enclosure and also three dogs who live inside the house. They don't bother anyone. Maybe he's just trying to scare me. I wish he'd just leave us alone. He's 92 years old. I don't know why he's caring so much.
I worry about this guy, it's this type of neighbor that would throw rat poison over your fence

I also understand about "backwoods " LE, here we don't even have that its like 20 county cops for the entire county & no SPCA, sadly farmers just shoot dogs on sight & city folk think the "country" is a great place to dump their unwanted animals
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:37 PM
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I worry about this guy, it's this type of neighbor that would throw rat poison over your fence

I also understand about "backwoods " LE, here we don't even have that its like 20 county cops for the entire county & no SPCA, sadly farmers just shoot dogs on sight & city folk think the "country" is a great place to dump their unwanted animals
Oh no! Don't scare me like that. Now I'm going to be even more paranoid.
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:51 PM
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Arguing you have no alternative BUT to use a certain 'training aid' makes me LOL a lot as they're banned here and it makes me wonder how you think we survive without them.... Seriously, you're just blind to alternatives!! Or lazy...
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:52 PM
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I worry about this guy, it's this type of neighbor that would throw rat poison over your fence
It might make him a busybody, even a jerk, but I don't think I'd jump to assumptions that he'd poison an animal...
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Old 07-08-2013, 02:59 PM
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It might make him a busybody, even a jerk, but I don't think I'd jump to assumptions that he'd poison an animal...
Yes to this.

Honestly, having multiple older neighbors and a grandmother who is in her 90s, generally speaking they have a hard time dealing with change. Seeing a fence go up where there has not been one is a change and probably causes a bit of nostalgia for him as well. Does NOT make him in the right to complain in any way or any easier to deal with but patience is your friend here.
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