We had a strip of land between our driveways that my wife used as a flower
garden. Do you rid your motorcycle over your neighbors flowers because you
can't get it down the driveway because of all the old cars? Do you change
oil in the cars and pour it on the flowers?
I could go on, but I don't want to remember. We have moved, and our
neighbors are nice, dull, friendly folk.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Denise Thorpe" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Kai M. Radicke" <email@example.com>; "Jerry Erbesfield"
<firstname.lastname@example.org>; "MG List" <email@example.com>; "Jack Feldman"
Sent: Tuesday, February 05, 2002 9:00 AM
Subject: Neighbor from Hell! was: Cops are not all that bad. (OT)
> Jack Feldman said:
> > In my last house I had the neighbors from hell. They were the kind of
> > with six cars and three sets of license plates and junk cars littering
> > driveway. The police have to make a decision of where to spend their
> > especially if they think it will be wasted by a law that is just PR on
> > part of the legislature.
> > From experience, if you had called in and complained, you might have
> > some action. I enjoyed catching them parking two cars each with the same
> > license plate next to each other.
> Hey! That's me! I have two '63 MG 1100's in the driveway, a '95 Ford van
> (tow vehicle) and the derelict B I just rescued from CA (not salvageable)
> on the side of the house. I have a two car, or five MG, garage, but it's
> full of two '67 B's and a Volvo turbo wagon.
> Only one of the three B's is registered, but I just towed the other two
> across country on a tow dolly one at a time. The first time, I used the
> Massachusetts plates to the registered B, and then I re-registered the car
> in New Hampshire, and used the temporary New Hampshire plate for the
> unregistered car.
> I'm such a bad girl. Luckily, all of these cars are parked on 3.2 acres,
> so no one has to look out their kitchen window at those annoying little
> 1100's. And the parking problem will be solved as soon as I knock down
> some pesky walls and turn the entire basement into garage. Don't worry,
> the steel beam will keep the house from falling on me. And the fireplace
> will be nice for those winter engine rebuilds.
> --- Denise Thorpe
> --- xyza
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