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Is it appropriate to put a round through the neighbors zero turn mower engine?
#1
It is a noisy one-lunger.
I am seriously considering placing a round through the block.
"For if man has lost his freedom, and is forced to serve sin, and cannot will good, what conclusion can more justly be drawn concerning him, than that he sins and wills evil necessarily" - Martin Luther.
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#2
When he starts cutting grass, just go up to campus and go to the fountain and watch the college girls frolic in water. Or the boys if your predilection demands.

Two things, don't go in a van and don't take any rope with you. Campus police don't take kindly to us old guys watching college girls near naked in the fountain. mostly because we might we block their view.
Winner.
Winner.

Chicken Dinner.


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#3
Where I grew up you'd have to go down to the pond while the men were working in the fields. And you didn't wear bikinis either. Or anything else.
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#4
Only if he is mowing before 7:00 am or after 9:00 pm. And do you want to live next to someone who's lawn looks like crap?
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#5
(07-23-2016, 08:15 PM)Milsurp Mike Wrote: Only if he is mowing before 7:00 am or after 9:00 pm. And do you want to live next to someone who's lawn looks like crap?

That would be my neighbor on the other side. Can we not just strike a happy medium somewhere between Pristine Acres & Sanford Redux?
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#6
Move out on the Great Plains, the last best place in America. No neighbors. Now that the internet has colonized even the biggest of loneliness, there is no reason to not live there if you have lone eagle skills. Your gripe reminded me of my only favorite John Wayne movie quotation: "We may have to be neighbors but we don't have to be neighborly."
You are the wind beneath my wings, otherwise known as turbulence.
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#7
It is getting to the point to if I didn't have water grass or crab grass, I wouldn't have any grass at all... so I need to keep it mowed just to keep it from looking like crap. Cannot wait until I get some land. No neighbors, plus there will be more frequent Milsurp Mike videos as I will get to go shooting WAY more often.
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#8
I like that my a/c is old and noisy now because it drowns out that incessant roar of the neighbor's riding mower. But it doesn't help me in Spring because the a/c freezes me then.

Yes, I have whined. I've stomped my foot. I've slammed stuff down on the desk. I've slammed the back door loud enough to jar his eyeballs. I've kicked the door. Hell, I've done everything I can think of and he STILL mows that huge lot with that ear-splitting mower.

So, here's a question: Can you come dump that stuff inside his gas tank?
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#9
These work well for me. I have a neighbor who lets their dogs bark all night long.
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