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Old 12-13-2012, 06:06 PM   #31
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I wish these hobby home fixer uppers would go out and get a real job for christs sake, all they do is sit around with their stupid power tools and pretend to be working for a living. They don't want to get a job, they just isolate themselves in their backyard for years at a time working on meaningless tasks like cutting wood with their super duper saw and hammering crap all day long. LOSERS!!! GET A STINKIN JOB YOU LAZY OLD JUNK!!!

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Old 12-13-2012, 06:20 PM   #32
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I wish these hobby home fixer uppers would go out and get a real job for christs sake, all they do is sit around with their stupid power tools and pretend to be working for a living. They don't want to get a job, they just isolate themselves in their backyard for years at a time working on meaningless tasks like cutting wood with their super duper saw and hammering crap all day long. LOSERS!!! GET A STINKIN JOB YOU LAZY OLD JUNK!!!
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Old 12-13-2012, 06:32 PM   #33
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I wish these hobby home fixer uppers would go out and get a real job for christs sake, all they do is sit around with their stupid power tools and pretend to be working for a living. They don't want to get a job, they just isolate themselves in their backyard for years at a time working on meaningless tasks like cutting wood with their super duper saw and hammering crap all day long. LOSERS!!! GET A STINKIN JOB YOU LAZY OLD JUNK!!!
If your neighbors spend all their time cutting and banging then they obviously have the means to buy the things to cut and bang...maybe they don't need a real job.
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Old 12-13-2012, 06:53 PM   #34
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I 'was' about to complain about that one post....I some how think I don't have to now....

But since the topic was brought up....I've been making noise for the past year and a half....the only complaint has been from the neighbor behind me.....when I forget to turn off my compressor and it starts up at 2am in the morning......and that b!itch is loud.....well....used to be....it died and I now have a real compressor....
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Old 12-14-2012, 08:59 AM   #35
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I would talk to the neighbors, not any govt. agency you can always do that if someone complains. Why put yourself on their radar when so far there is no reason to.
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Jim F, did they ever put a hand rail on the other side of those stairs? Seems dangerous.
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Old 12-17-2012, 07:36 AM   #37
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I have cops living on either side of me so I never know when they are trying to sleep. I just try to save the loud operations for later in the day.
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Old 12-17-2012, 08:06 AM   #38
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I wish these hobby home fixer uppers would go out and get a real job for christs sake, all they do is sit around with their stupid power tools and pretend to be working for a living. They don't want to get a job, they just isolate themselves in their backyard for years at a time working on meaningless tasks like cutting wood with their super duper saw and hammering crap all day long. LOSERS!!! GET A STINKIN JOB YOU LAZY OLD JUNK!!!
i do have a job (no thanx to obama). 40+hrs a week.

my guess is that you would cut your arm off with a spoon

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