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post #1 of 68 Old 06-27-2004, 2:49 PM Thread Starter
 
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Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

We live on a large, hilly, wooded corner lot.

Among other reasons I'm absolutely thrilled to be moving next month (I'll spare you all the boring details), you can now include the fact a local dreg has decided its a barrel full of monkeys to rip up and down the hill on his ATV. Instead of staying on the street, however, he likes to jump the curb down below us, haul ass through our backyard, up around the corner of the house where the bedrooms are, clip the apex and hurtle blindly into the front yard (thank god the dog's not out there taking a dump - he'd surely kill her), and on up the street.

He's been doing this about every other day for the last week. My g-friend called me earlier today to let me know he did it twice this morning, once at 6 a.m. and again a few minutes later. Woke the whole house up on a Sunday morning. I'm so freaking mad I could spit.



When I was a boy, my dad took immense pride in the condition of our Kentucky bluegrass lawn. Neighbors did too. Pops taught us to use the sidewalk, that it was disrespectful to walk across someone's yard, their property. And may god have mercy on the juvenile delinquent who was ballsy enough to ride their bicycle through the grass...



If I weren't moving, I swear by all things holy I'd run a piece of cable across his repeatedly chosen path through my grass, attach it about 3' off the ground via a couple of the very sturdy trees in the side yard, then pull it tight as piano string with a turnbuckle.

In fact, I'm so fired up I could literally baseball bat this piece of **** right off the back of his four-wheeler.

Grrrrr...

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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Uh, isn't what he is doing illegal?
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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Yes and yes.

A couple days ago, I heard him coming when I was on the computer in the basement. I didn't make it up and outside in time, he's moving that fast. Perhaps its for the better because people in my profession are generally held to a higher standard of restraint when it comes to off-duty skirmishes.

If I worked the business end of a shovel for a living, I swear I'd camp out and wait for this dick. He's ruining my yard two weeks before the new buyer closes and assumes possession.

Edit: I live in a jurisdiction other than where I work. That makes it a bit trickier for me to pull said badge/gun.

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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

sheesh, that is your lawn....man I cant ride anywhere.....sorry to you too!
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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Well, both of my comments have already been answered: 1) you are a cop and this dickwad is trespassing, 2) can you say "boobytrap"?
Are you on good terms with the cops in the jurisdiction where you live? Maybe they could sacrifice a little of their time and stake the place out/wait for the dumbazz.

edit: roadrunner, you are such a phucking fomenter! Your just everywhere aren't you, you little PITA!

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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Why not leave a couple strategically placed pieces of lawn furniture in his usual predetermined path. Nothing wrong with having lawn furniture in your yard. I wouldnt use the new stuff as it might get damaged.
Then again that might give the little turd a couple more opportunities to hone his slalom skills.
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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Would it be difficult to accidently drop a box of 1" grabbers on the leading edge of his entrance to your property?
How about deciding to place a few large decorative rocks at the apex of his racetrack's corner for the new homeowner?
You could also decide you want to place a clothesline out back at any time.
These may be considered 'booby traps', but could also just be regular maintenance or landscaping by the homeowner.
Perfectly legal to do any of this on your own property.
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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

2 words:


tiger pit.
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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Y'know BDA, he comes in at the very same spot every time. It's well away from where the boy plays and the dog poops.

I might have to pick up a box of felt tabs on the way home today.
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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

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tiger pit.

Echo...that's exactly what I was going to write! must be a new england thing.....tank trap!

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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

ya doing some construction work and accidently dropping nails in your yard isnt a crime. i kinda also like the rock around the blind corner bit.... easy to catch him when hes laying onthe ground..

and man that takes ballz to ride thru someone elses yard. im my atv days as a kid i had way more respect to even think about it.... we rode up the street to get to the woods which is just as illegal and riskier but why spoil peoples property ? kids have 0 respect anymore and its sad.

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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Sounds like it's time for this punk to learn a little lesson in respect...
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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Two words...
Professional Courtesy
cement blocks
chicken wire
wheel barrow
lawn rake
fire hose


Take your pick...

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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

Just bring home the squad car and leave it parked out the front

Do unto others, before some prick does it to you!

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Re: Baccy wanted to kill, so did I!

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Just bring home the squad car and leave it parked out the front

Thats what I was thinking, if its a blind jump into the front yard, stick your trailer (or the moving van) there as you pack stuff (squad car would be ideal though ). Plant some trees for the new people, whatever, but that looks like the spot to put the obstruction. Only downside is the impact on the lawn.

Edit: Ow yer and the damage to the obstruction he/she runs into.

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