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Re: Reminder to teens about staying off other people's lawns
Old 08-10-2006, 10:44 AM   #21
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Thanks, Martha. That makes me feel better. I'm not normally the vindictive type, but the thought of these people being such a blight on society and then getting away with it just burns me to no end.

Sad thing is, when they bought the house in 2000, it was just about picture-perfect. It's scary how trashed a place can get in just three years!
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Re: Reminder to teens about staying off other people's lawns
Old 08-10-2006, 03:24 PM   #22
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Re: Reminder to teens about staying off other people's lawns

Three years? I saw one where the dad died and it the son was left living in it. By the time the son was put in jail, less than 3 months later, it was by all definitions a crack house. There was no electric, most of the walls were either cleaned down to the 2x4's or had holes in them, the bathrooms and kitchen were trashed.

The dad took very good care of the place and it was neat and clean, but Jr was a dipsnit.
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