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nwrednk 01-11-2011 10:23 AM

With apologies to all for the loss of my...
 
Temper! There is very little lost love between me & my former adversaries!
Destruction of my property is second to terrorizing my family pet, & I invite
any who care to view the Video - Spokesman.com. To see & read it for
themself. I get along just fine with the new owner of the property & the new
renters. In the november storm that broke an "all time" record one of their
trees fell & damaged my fence that contains Jethro the beagle & thankfully
it was not bad enough to enable Jethros escape, but the new owner was
kind enough to help me the next day! And I have all the details about what
the restoration of that place involved... including the replacement of the
entire sub-floor due to all the cat urine.:eek: And in 2006 when the cat-
people were raided in the Blanchard area, they had several dead cats in their
kitchen freezer in ziplock bags...(most likely for consumption) & not for a
delayed burial as it was summertime & the ground was not frozen like it is
now!:eek: (I could mention the thousands of $ I had to spend when they
thought a fence I built belonged to them for a survey)... But let,s "not go
there"!!!:eek:

Benning Boy 01-11-2011 12:41 PM

The 2 hardest words in the English language are "I'm sorry".

I won't start it, but perhaps it's time for a "Crazy Neighbors" thread.

gorknoids 01-12-2011 04:42 AM

I took one to court because he threatened to kill me if I didn't stop screwing his wife. She'd been dead for years. Insanity is funny sometimes. Worst part was, he retired from the court system here, and they had to bring in a judge that didn't know him.
He had a great lawyer and one of the most respected men in the city as his character witness, but the dementia was obvious.

M14sRock 01-12-2011 05:22 AM

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Originally Posted by gorknoids (Post 420701)
I took one to court because he threatened to kill me if I didn't stop screwing his wife. She'd been dead for years. Insanity is funny sometimes. Worst part was, he retired from the court system here, and they had to bring in a judge that didn't know him.
He had a great lawyer and one of the most respected men in the city as his character witness, but the dementia was obvious.

Sorry bro, but necrophilia creeps me out.:p

CA357 01-12-2011 06:32 AM

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Originally Posted by M14sRock (Post 420731)
Sorry bro, but necrophilia creeps me out.:p

Especially the sex with a dead chick part.

Ubergopher 01-12-2011 07:45 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by gorknoids (Post 420701)
I took one to court because he threatened to kill me if I didn't stop screwing his wife. She'd been dead for years. Insanity is funny sometimes. Worst part was, he retired from the court system here, and they had to bring in a judge that didn't know him.
He had a great lawyer and one of the most respected men in the city as his character witness, but the dementia was obvious.

Sooo... where y... Damnint M14!


Quote:

Originally Posted by M14sRock (Post 420731)
Sorry bro, but necrophilia creeps me out.:p

I take it you're not a fan of munging?

Quote:

Originally Posted by CA357 (Post 420762)
Especially the sex with a dead chick part.

So, if it was a dead dude you'd be okay with it? :)

nwrednk 01-13-2011 08:51 AM

OOOhhhhKaay... Even this post has taken a strange...
 
Turn! But, I might write a book someday about this "unique experience"! And
the prototype title for it might be "Worst neighbours ever"! As the "comic
book guy" from "The Simpsons" would say!:D (I learned more about them than
than "they thought") as they were totally unaware of how "unsecure cord-
less phones were @ that time"! They "picked a fight with the wrong guy" &
are very lucky that they were only peppersprayed when they planned on
killing my dog! (It took some major willpower on my part, not to confront them
that late night with a firearm)! But that was enough to make them move on
to their next few cases of animal abuse until this most recent one. (Why
they are not in the loony bin is a major mystery to me)...But hopefully now
they will never get another chance to abuse anymore poor animals!:eek:

Ubergopher 01-13-2011 10:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by nwrednk (Post 421432)
Turn! But, I might write a book someday about this "unique experience"! And
the prototype title for it might be "Worst neighbours ever"! As the "comic
book guy" from "The Simpsons" would say!:D (I learned more about them than
than "they thought") as they were totally unaware of how "unsecure cord-
less phones were @ that time"!
They "picked a fight with the wrong guy" &
are very lucky that they were only peppersprayed when they planned on
killing my dog! (It took some major willpower on my part, not to confront them
that late night with a firearm)! But that was enough to make them move on
to their next few cases of animal abuse until this most recent one. (Why
they are not in the loony bin is a major mystery to me)
...But hopefully now
they will never get another chance to abuse anymore poor animals!:eek:

I'd guess violation of privacy laws might have something to do with that. You sound mildly stalkerish to me.

nwrednk 01-14-2011 08:58 AM

I, spit on your privacy laws...
 
We are talking about animal abuse here & in the 1990,s it was perfectly legal
to monitor the "airwaves" unless it was a cellphone signal! BTW, why do you
care?! If, anything my ordeal will serve to warn others about such gross
crimes waged by these kind of "hoarders". Animal cruelty is an "overlooked
crime" when these kind of people move in to the next community posing as
a "foster home" to an overworked animal shelter. And it keeps "snowballing"
until it "breaks state history" like it did in Idaho! (At least do some research
on hoarders) before you criticize my past actions! (A brief chronoligy of what
I have learned) The "head of operations" met her 2nd husband while hitching
a ride in Montana, he was the one that threatened to kill me & my dog! She
had been divorced by her first husband for "being a mental case", That pair
moved into the property behind mine with her parents making the down
payment. They promptly started trashing my property & terrorizing my poor
dog....(I could continue, but you will have to wait for my book)!:D

Benning Boy 01-14-2011 04:02 PM

*sighs*

Let's take a moment, once again for the benefit of the newer guys, to discuss forum subtleties.

Nwrednk, you went off the rez. You made a post where you openly discussed brandishing a firearm, and you were scolded.

You created an apology thread. So far, so good.

The boys made some jokes in your thread. That's where the subtlety came in. You're okay. Nobody is still pummelling you over the old transgression.

I would drop the old matter at this point. The more you illuminate on it, the more you create a mental image for the rest of us.

Yes, your old neighbors were azzhats. None here condones animal abuse. They're gone. You don't have to deal with them anymore. Why you're keeping up on their whereabouts, and who the cat-lady is sleeping with, does lend some creedence to the "stalker" angle.

My humble two cents.


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