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11 Responses

  1. Abby

    That’s…interesting. Dude probably lost his home because he was too busy oiling his chainsaw and had an unnatural attachment to a segment of fence.

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  2. SarcasticNinja

    He should have stolen the chainsaw. Or gotten his own chainsaw to stand threateningly over the neighbor’s tires.

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    • Amy Vansant

      Yeah thats a good situation- two guys threatening each other with chainsaws. What bad could happen?

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  3. Laura R.

    I would have removed that section of the fence first and put/hid it in my garage (all tasks done under the cover of darkness, of course). Temporarily, I’d keep my dogs on a lease when outside. Then, when the neighbor moved, I’d put that part of the fence back up.

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  4. Jen

    That is actually pretty scary. I’m glad the guy went away. I’d be afraid he would decide there’s a gravy train there.

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    • Amy Vansant

      I thought it was kinda scary too. FYI – you beat me to the punch on Brad but I too had felt compelled to do something! Great minds think alike…

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  5. Nina Potts

    Damn! We stripped our house (full on, light sockets, doors, light fixtures, kitchen cabinets, you name it, we sold it) when we lost our house to foreclosure but didn’t take the fence. If only all our other neighbours hadn’t been foreclosed on too…

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