Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by rod, Aug 20, 2019.
When he gets stuck in the cement its about the funniest thing I've seen.
apparently the old geezer don't realize that isn't "his" lawn. Its city right of way.
It was hard to tell exactly what was going on there.
He..... right Rod, I think even higher of you now. How much did it set the little Lady back to bail you out.
That was gold.
Can't say all, but I will, municipalities, and county government have easements in place for utilities and such. You know this I understand.
The guy loved his turf. I loved his huge nuts.
Maybe that's another reason I'm a jackass (donkey).
Pretty clear to me.
Quite likely he was a former union guy that didn't take his dislike out on an employees personal truck and attacked the company truck.
He does get finesse points or whatever point givers call them, for that reason.
Hahaha. He almost drown in cement .
It is amazing exactly who and what type of people I will allow to play in my sprinklers and enjoy my lawn.
I think it's an attitude thing, not my attitude, theirs.
Fine turf was ment to be enjoyed, I've never run into a piece of ground I couldn't repair and make better.
Was just getting ready to say. Smh not even his ing lawn. It’s right of way
That was what confused me. It says "his" lawn. But it isn't.
But he didn't.
Word to the wise, stay off his grass and the easement.
Actually it is and it isn't. Let some kid or elderly get hurt or damaged on "not his lawn" and watch the litigation fly.
It's an easement, it's not my property is never a good defense.
Just my informed opinion.
He’s wearing some badass overall shorts
typical day for our very own Rod.
Found @rod wife
It all makes sense now
Smart of them to film it for one of those, “you can’t make this up” moments. Lol.
If he doesn’t cut the lawn that’s on the “easement” will the city fine him? Do they maintain it?
So true. Try to kill established turf without chemicals, near impossible.
Pretty sure it’s their easement you’re required to maintain it
We have lazy s here that refuse to mow their ditches because it’s easement
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