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Old 04-23-2015, 03:22 PM   #171
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And before everyone starts with the hate posts, I know about city ordinances, difference from city to city...I'm just venting....kinda p1ssed....
Are you here in South Florida?
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Old 04-23-2015, 04:08 PM   #172
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Are you here in South Florida?
I am, P.Pines....and BTW Nat, you were right, neighbor called it in. SoB....at least the police dept was nice enough to call me today and not make me wait until the end....well, they bitched about it, and I was the concerned neighbor not wanting to make noise after hours: NEVER AGAIN! I'll be sanding and drilling out there until 2am every damn night!
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Old 04-23-2015, 04:23 PM   #173
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you could always line your front yard with old toilets and plant flowers in the bowls, 6 or 8 should do the trick ;)

how did piersg know this info on location


skoolie newbie, do you have a neighbor with an 84 passenger Thomas bus parked in their back yard ????


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Old 04-23-2015, 05:14 PM   #174
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Don't paint a cross hairs on yourself. Deal with these people silently without them knowing who it was. Going head to head with anyone is a bad idea.

If they are a a$$ to you, they do the same to others. Make your moves against them count.

If they don't know where it came from, they can't retaliate. It's terrorism of sorts against a$$ holes. They may even become better people after, and start watching who they $hit on.

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Old 04-23-2015, 06:06 PM   #175
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A while back I got a letter from city hall saying I had to remove the commercial vehicle from my property. I called and told them it was no longer commercial and had been titled and converted to to an RV. They checked the license number and verified it was not commercial anymore. Simple as that.

Here's hoping the Powers That Be in your area are as accommodating.
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Old 04-23-2015, 09:24 PM   #176
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I had a retired postal worker who was also retired military. He cut slits in his garage door so he could watch what I did. He even showed me. I bought a junk riding mower and rode around the front yard with my feet up on the front and a drink in my hand. Then I put paper mache heads on posts in the ground that faced his place. The guy was off the wall manic! I found out that he bought the house with a pool but could not swim. He said it was so the neighborhood kids could use it! Thank goodness he moved out finally. To sell it, he had to replace the garage door panel.
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Old 04-23-2015, 09:50 PM   #177
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Old 04-23-2015, 10:13 PM   #178
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you could always line your front yard with old toilets and plant flowers in the bowls, 6 or 8 should do the trick ;)

how did piersg know this info on location


skoolie newbie, do you have a neighbor with an 84 passenger Thomas bus parked in their back yard ????


J/K piersg




Lol, I wish i could pretend that I used my IT ninja skills to figure where he lived, but it was easier than that:
http://www.skoolie.net/forums/f27/th...-10122-11.html
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Old 04-23-2015, 10:44 PM   #179
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It seems that it's all your fault that the law was called.....You did say that you told your neighbor about this site. Seems like he's been following your progress.

Do you remember your comment from 3/28?

Any suggestion as an extra weather protection, other than a car port?

Seems like he is too bashful to offer you his so he got him some help.


__Sorry, things like this sucks and the way I see it is you got 2 choices, laugh or cry.

I like Nats idea....get even with the sucker but don't let him know its you.....then you can sit back & laugh some more.

Things happen for a reason, hopefully you are legal to park it at home....then you can have a great laugh about it (make sure he overhears when that happens)
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Old 04-23-2015, 11:02 PM   #180
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Guys, I've seen so many old people giving me dirty looks as I worked on the bus....
It doesn't matter who filed the complain, it just rubs me the wrong way that the person didn't knock the door first.
I mean, I don't go around kicking puppies and babies, we go to the nearby park on the weekends with the baby, for pete's sake! Anyway, I'm rambling and I'm tired....Zzzz time
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