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(Peninsula Daily News)   You have a spat with your neighbors. Do you: C) take a GIANT FARKING BULLDOZER and knock down their house (and another house, and power to about a thousand people)   (peninsuladailynews.com) divider line 128
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2013-05-11 05:45:45 AM  

TommyymmoT: Smeggy Smurf: doglover: Liar, this happened in Washington State, not PA.

PA aka Port Angeles aka shiathole worse than Forks and the twitards.  I know, I'm from there.  The only reason the goblin is still alive is dad didn't take his sidearm with him today.  That's unusual.

Would that have made you more moist over daddy than usual?
It was some guy that had a breakdown, and didn't kill anyone.
Maybe he just didn't need to be murdered.


you need to clean up all that derp you just spilled... it's a bloody wreck in here now... here ya go.
uncrate.com
/yes, I know it's a sauce bucket and mop, but it was the only clean one I had available - sorry.
 
2013-05-11 05:48:49 AM  

jimmythrust: Smeggy Smurf: TommyymmoT: Smeggy Smurf: doglover: Liar, this happened in Washington State, not PA.

PA aka Port Angeles aka shiathole worse than Forks and the twitards.  I know, I'm from there.  The only reason the goblin is still alive is dad didn't take his sidearm with him today.  That's unusual.

Would that have made you more moist over daddy than usual?
It was some guy that had a breakdown, and didn't kill anyone.
Maybe he just didn't need to be murdered.

He was trying to kill people.  That makes him a goblin and deserving of a swift ending.

I always found it interesting while I lived over a decade in the Pacific Northwest that the rednecks there were redneckier than the rednecks I grew up with in Indiana. Rednecks.

/Washington, Oregon, and Idaho have BFE areas that would make Alabamans weep with envy


media.tumblr.com
 
2013-05-11 05:53:49 AM  

TommyymmoT: Smeggy Smurf: doglover: Liar, this happened in Washington State, not PA.

PA aka Port Angeles aka shiathole worse than Forks and the twitards.  I know, I'm from there.  The only reason the goblin is still alive is dad didn't take his sidearm with him today.  That's unusual.

And do you know what is going to happen to your father now?
He's going to fall asleep every night not wondering whether he did the right thing.
He's not going to have the image of some mentally ill person's bullet riddled face begging to live as he lay dying, permanently engraved in his psyche .

I wish your father well, because you sure don't.

The only "goblin" in this situation is you.


you sound concerned.

also, I see you typing, but all that's coming through is:
i884.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-11 06:09:23 AM  
Did he idolize Marvin Heemeyer?
 
2013-05-11 06:42:11 AM  

jimmythrust: Smeggy Smurf: TommyymmoT: Smeggy Smurf: doglover: Liar, this happened in Washington State, not PA.

PA aka Port Angeles aka shiathole worse than Forks and the twitards.  I know, I'm from there.  The only reason the goblin is still alive is dad didn't take his sidearm with him today.  That's unusual.

Would that have made you more moist over daddy than usual?
It was some guy that had a breakdown, and didn't kill anyone.
Maybe he just didn't need to be murdered.

He was trying to kill people.  That makes him a goblin and deserving of a swift ending.

I always found it interesting while I lived over a decade in the Pacific Northwest that the rednecks there were redneckier than the rednecks I grew up with in Indiana. Rednecks.

/Washington, Oregon, and Idaho have BFE areas that would make Alabamans weep with envy


True.
PA does have a weird vibe. We passed through there on our way to the hot springs recently.
 
2013-05-11 07:48:10 AM  

PunGent: KrispyKritter: people get upset about fences or shrubs here & there. but property lines are clearly stated on documents you receive when you buy your home. you can also get a copy at the proper office in a county seat building. no need to get all bulldozery.

The rest is accurate, but property lines are improperly drawn more often than you might think.

/real estate lawyer
//has seen easements on file at the Registry of Deeds written in PENCIL
///think about it


In which case, in case of a dispute, they'd need a real estate lawyer. And a surveyor or three. I am not a lawyer or a surveyor, but I have seen some old legal descriptions that relied on survey markers (which may or may not have been accessible or even existent anymore), lengths of rivers (which have a tendency to change), trees and boulders, whatever. Not to mention, survey equipment has improved drastically over time, especially now that we have GPS. Anyone know how old the parcels in question are?

Had to digitize legal descriptions for a job once. The older they were, the more problematic they were likely to be.

/Good times
 
2013-05-11 08:10:01 AM  
 
hej
2013-05-11 08:18:06 AM  
So I guess we've gone back to plastering the FAIL tag on every other thread.
 
2013-05-11 08:43:00 AM  

Canton: PunGent: KrispyKritter: people get upset about fences or shrubs here & there. but property lines are clearly stated on documents you receive when you buy your home. you can also get a copy at the proper office in a county seat building. no need to get all bulldozery.

The rest is accurate, but property lines are improperly drawn more often than you might think.

/real estate lawyer
//has seen easements on file at the Registry of Deeds written in PENCIL
///think about it

In which case, in case of a dispute, they'd need a real estate lawyer. And a surveyor or three. I am not a lawyer or a surveyor, but I have seen some old legal descriptions that relied on survey markers (which may or may not have been accessible or even existent anymore), lengths of rivers (which have a tendency to change), trees and boulders, whatever. Not to mention, survey equipment has improved drastically over time, especially now that we have GPS. Anyone know how old the parcels in question are?

Had to digitize legal descriptions for a job once. The older they were, the more problematic they were likely to be.

/Good times


All true...but never discount plain incompetence...I've seen brand-spanking new deeds for modern condos where the drafter just flat-out screwed up...connected the wrong porch to the wrong unit, that kind of thing.  He must have studied non-Euclidean geometry in school...

Screwing up compass directions is common, too, ie, running a line northeast when they meant northwest....leaving an unbounded parcel for the next guy to clean up.
 
2013-05-11 08:58:39 AM  
I have projects in WNC where the property lines have notes like "overlapping lines; conflict between adjacent property owners". Basically the surveyors, when they tried to locate the property line between owners, found two descriptions on the deeds. The R/W agent says the easiest solution to that is to pay both property owners for the property the state needs from their land as described on -their- deed, and let them fight it out over where the line really is.

My neighbor, OTOH, is an *sshole and owns two big dogs. When his wife takes them out for a walk they take dumps on my lot and she never cleans it up. The husband there tells me to just throw it back onto his side of the line, but I'm tired of having to look for dog landmines on my property every day. She's a nasty biatch too; anything said to her just gets curses thrown back. I can't built a fence because there's a city drainage easement running down our property line, and killing the neighbors and/or dogs sounds kind of extreme. Is there some kind of spray I can put on my lot that would discourage the dogs from going there?
 
2013-05-11 09:08:17 AM  
HindiDiscoMonster:
[media.tumblr.com image 500x359]

That Bugs Bunny cartoon makes me cry with laughter whenever I watch it.

"Grab a fence post, hold it tight.
Whomp your partner with all your might..."

/end threadjack
 
2013-05-11 09:43:35 AM  

doglover: MurphyMurphy: [www.peninsuladailynews.com image 350x258]

Let this picture teach you the lesson so many cannot learn: Good fences make good neighbors.

If you don't get along with your neighbor, build a sizable fence and absolutely under no circumstances ever acknowledge each others existence until the end of time. If ANY contact needs be made, do it through an intermediary neighbor or other third party.

Fark crazy neighbors. The only way to win is not to play.

Actually the lesson is "don't be a dick"

I bet you a dollar all the people whose houses were knocked down were dicks. The guy with the logger is a bigger dick. They laid their dick on the table, it wasn't dicky enough, and thus they got dicked.

If you don't wanna get dicked, don't try to out-dick a dick in a dick dicking contest, because there's a always a bigger dick dicking around out there waiting to dick you.

/Dick!

[media.dcentertainment.com image 576x365]


i1268.photobucket.com
 
2013-05-11 10:08:50 AM  
Better known as 'the israeli compromise'. I crush your stuff, you go die somewhere else. Make sure to get all indignant if they complain. Tell them about how your grandfather got screwed by someone else a hundred years ago so you're allowed to be a dickhole.
 
2013-05-11 10:10:10 AM  
Port Angeles? Running a bulldozer over it would improve property values.
 
2013-05-11 10:54:38 AM  
If your neighbor knows how to drive a dozer, be nice... Just be nice.
 
2013-05-11 11:17:11 AM  

PunGent: Canton: PunGent: KrispyKritter: people get upset about fences or shrubs here & there. but property lines are clearly stated on documents you receive when you buy your home. you can also get a copy at the proper office in a county seat building. no need to get all bulldozery.

The rest is accurate, but property lines are improperly drawn more often than you might think.

/real estate lawyer
//has seen easements on file at the Registry of Deeds written in PENCIL
///think about it

In which case, in case of a dispute, they'd need a real estate lawyer. And a surveyor or three. I am not a lawyer or a surveyor, but I have seen some old legal descriptions that relied on survey markers (which may or may not have been accessible or even existent anymore), lengths of rivers (which have a tendency to change), trees and boulders, whatever. Not to mention, survey equipment has improved drastically over time, especially now that we have GPS. Anyone know how old the parcels in question are?

Had to digitize legal descriptions for a job once. The older they were, the more problematic they were likely to be.

/Good times

All true...but never discount plain incompetence...I've seen brand-spanking new deeds for modern condos where the drafter just flat-out screwed up...connected the wrong porch to the wrong unit, that kind of thing.  He must have studied non-Euclidean geometry in school...

Screwing up compass directions is common, too, ie, running a line northeast when they meant northwest....leaving an unbounded parcel for the next guy to clean up.


Ohh yeah. Human error. That is always fun. For some reason, the old surveys are just more memorable than plain old stupidity. And there's always equipment error.

There really are lots of ways for this stuff to go wrong. Including hiring a draftsman who studied under Escher, apparently. Yikes.
 
2013-05-11 11:21:30 AM  

Adolf Oliver Nipples: [upload.wikimedia.org image 423x257]

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Came in to say this; see that it has been covered. Carry on, all.
 
2013-05-11 11:32:37 AM  
Hey. if you're gonna dream, dream BIG

realitypod.com

Sure, it's slow as Hell, but you could do some serious damage with it
 
2013-05-11 11:37:23 AM  
C'mon Watfington tag.

We punch above our weight in the weird.
 
2013-05-11 11:55:32 AM  

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Did he idolize Marvin Heemeyer?


That boy loved his yellow iron a little too much.
Also Marvin was mad
And not in the good way
 
2013-05-11 12:06:34 PM  

Gyrfalcon: NewportBarGuy: MurphyMurphy: If you don't get along with your neighbor, build a sizable fence and absolutely under no circumstances ever acknowledge each others existence until the end of time. If ANY contact needs be made, do it through an intermediary neighbor or other third party.

Truth!

And yes again.


And if the problem your having is where the property line is, Where you putting the fence?
 
2013-05-11 12:57:05 PM  

Bendal: I have projects in WNC where the property lines have notes like "overlapping lines; conflict between adjacent property owners". Basically the surveyors, when they tried to locate the property line between owners, found two descriptions on the deeds. The R/W agent says the easiest solution to that is to pay both property owners for the property the state needs from their land as described on -their- deed, and let them fight it out over where the line really is.

My neighbor, OTOH, is an *sshole and owns two big dogs. When his wife takes them out for a walk they take dumps on my lot and she never cleans it up. The husband there tells me to just throw it back onto his side of the line, but I'm tired of having to look for dog landmines on my property every day. She's a nasty biatch too; anything said to her just gets curses thrown back. I can't built a fence because there's a city drainage easement running down our property line, and killing the neighbors and/or dogs sounds kind of extreme. Is there some kind of spray I can put on my lot that would discourage the dogs from going there?


Yes. Powdered black pepper. Go to a restaurant supply store (or maybe Costco) so you can buy it in big containers. Sprinkle it on the first three feet or so of your lawn edge all the way around, that is, where the dogs first start sniffing for a spot. The dogs get pepper up their snoots and sneeze uncontrollably for a while. It's humane, and they learn that your lawn is not for them. The owner can't see what's happened, either.

Reapply after rain.

/Dog owner
//Carries bags on walks with my dog (rarely needed, tho)
///Cleared up the issues from the neighbors' dogs on my front lawn
 
2013-05-11 01:15:25 PM  

brantgoose: A man in the village where my family used to live went through an unhappy divorce and cut their little house in half with a chain saw.

Here! Take your half and go!

I think he also did the furniture.

People do stupid things when they are angry.


I was the twit who marries that sort of man. It was hilarious until it wasn't.
But it was hilarious.
 
2013-05-11 01:21:47 PM  

WillofJ2: MountainClimber: WillofJ2: What is a bulldozer like logging machine

[www.colheitademadeira.com.br image 700x424]

That looks like it would be more then efficient in taking out a trailer


That's essentially what the structure was; a double-wide construction trailer.
 
2013-05-11 03:14:19 PM  
"house"
"foundation"
"war zone"
 
2013-05-11 04:56:55 PM  
I submitted this story with a way better headline. And I wasn't lazy like subby. Mine had options A and B
 
2013-05-11 07:34:28 PM  

MyToeHurts: I submitted this story with a way better headline. And I wasn't lazy like subby. Mine had options A and B


tl;dgl
 
2013-05-12 01:46:20 AM  

Bob_Sled: MadMattressMack: Adolf Oliver Nipples: [upload.wikimedia.org image 423x257]

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I was talking to some people at work and they had never heard of the kill dozer. I knew they had suppressed the media on it, but i didn't know it had worked that well.

"Killdozer" was a 1974 TV movie starring Clint Walker.  Someone in the media probably remember it. Bad movies are sometimes hard to forget. Ya, I remember it.
Git offa my lawn!



I remembered when it first aired...
 
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