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Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:09:57 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/26/2014 12:10:27 PM EDT by MikeE23666]
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Originally Posted By hushpuppy:
You're complaining about busybodies on GD?


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This place is full of people that know what's best for you.

She would fit into GD quite well.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:10:27 PM EDT
I have three old geezers that live behind me and when I would work in the garage, they just walked right on in uninvited.  Never was friendly with them, don't care for them at all, but their nosiness compelled them to walk into my house.  They have been told not to come onto my property unless invited.  Two of them don't set foot in the drive any more.  One of them still thinks he can come onto my drive when I'm washing cars and still asks nosy questions.  One day I will turn the tables on him, spray him with the hose and tell him to stay off my lawn.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:10:33 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Tactical_Jew:

This nosy neighbor walked up my driveway to let me know my dog needs to be on a leash.
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Reply: "Really? Who is on who's property?"



Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:11:41 PM EDT
Tell nieghbor to pound sand
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:15:44 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By SirSqueeboo:
Dogs inside a house need to be on a leash?

Should have had the dog urinate on her.
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Once I owned a Chow that I had to put up when ever strangers came around.   The dog never missed a chance to pee on them.  Ususally right on thier feet.

guess he was showing his dominence.


gd
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:17:13 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:


Yep, as I've said before, lamest call ever was for a "disoriented squirrel on the sidewalk".

Close second was "dead bird in backyard".

Some folks should not be able to have access to the phone system.
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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
Originally Posted By TexasTA:
Originally Posted By CnA:
Many people believe laws must be blindly obeyed no matter if no harm is being done.   What they don't realize is they are usually the problem since they choose what laws should be enforced...only for others.

A lot of elderly get this way and get highly agitated when certain silly rules are not followed to the exact letter of the law.


This. It drives me insane. Half of my calls today have been about bullshit city ordinance violations that affect no one.


Yep, as I've said before, lamest call ever was for a "disoriented squirrel on the sidewalk".

Close second was "dead bird in backyard".

Some folks should not be able to have access to the phone system.

I would have seen red, if I were the OP.

On the dead bird thing, though: There were a couple years around here where there were radio spots asking for people to report dead birds because of West Nile virus. It could be they were just confused on who to report it to.....Or, they could have been idiots.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:19:20 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Ridgerunner9876:

I would have seen red, if I were the OP.

On the dead bird thing, though: There were a couple years around here where there were radio spots asking for people to report dead birds because of West Nile virus. It could be they were just confused on who to report it to.....Or, they could have been idiots.
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Originally Posted By Ridgerunner9876:
Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
Originally Posted By TexasTA:
Originally Posted By CnA:
Many people believe laws must be blindly obeyed no matter if no harm is being done.   What they don't realize is they are usually the problem since they choose what laws should be enforced...only for others.

A lot of elderly get this way and get highly agitated when certain silly rules are not followed to the exact letter of the law.


This. It drives me insane. Half of my calls today have been about bullshit city ordinance violations that affect no one.


Yep, as I've said before, lamest call ever was for a "disoriented squirrel on the sidewalk".

Close second was "dead bird in backyard".

Some folks should not be able to have access to the phone system.

I would have seen red, if I were the OP.

On the dead bird thing, though: There were a couple years around here where there were radio spots asking for people to report dead birds because of West Nile virus. It could be they were just confused on who to report it to.....Or, they could have been idiots.


The latter, most definitely the latter.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:19:28 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Patriot54:
Shoulda told her, " looks like he ain't the only one !"
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SHBFP
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:20:18 PM EDT
And OP, how did you not tell her to pound sand?

Some folks have utterly no concept of private property, or even basic neighbor decorum.

Good luck with that lady.
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Originally Posted By USMC0928:


Its a control thing.  When I lived in Oregon I had a neighbor tell me that I come home too late that I need to be more considerate of others.
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I would have gotten the biggest speakers I could find and played Tattoo at 9:59pm, or just before the noise ordnance kicked in.

 



Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:23:32 PM EDT

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Originally Posted By dcs12345:


Spray her with the hose.
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I'm sorry, I did not see you there.







Or there.



 
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:25:04 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By Firefinder37:
I would have gotten the biggest speakers I could find and played Tattoo at 9:59pm, or just before the noise ordnance kicked in.  

http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/docs/22tattoo.mp3

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Originally Posted By Firefinder37:
Originally Posted By USMC0928:
Its a control thing.  When I lived in Oregon I had a neighbor tell me that I come home too late that I need to be more considerate of others.
I would have gotten the biggest speakers I could find and played Tattoo at 9:59pm, or just before the noise ordnance kicked in.  

http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/docs/22tattoo.mp3



Niiiice, or ask the lady if she wants to play "Operation Nifty Package"

She could be the  Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See, and you can be the SEALS.

Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:32:31 PM EDT
[Last Edit: 1/26/2014 12:33:11 PM EDT by MadMonkey]
Pit bull attacks someone: "WTF DOGS SHOULD BE ON A LEASH AND UNDER CONTROL AND FENCED INTO THEIR YARDS AT ALL TIMES EROGIKF HNWEOFGVUHBOEQUFBVOUEF "

Arfcommer gets a complaint about a dog being off the leash: "TELL HER TO F*CK OFF FREEDOM LIBERTY PRIVATE PROPERTY MURICA "


Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:35:22 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By primuspilum:

Sometimes pillage is an acceptable problem solver.

Followed by murder, rape, arson and rape.

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Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Nightdriver:
Citizens arrest for trespassing then pillage and rape

Sometimes pillage is an acceptable problem solver.

Followed by murder, rape, arson and rape.

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You said rape, twice.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:38:06 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By GeorgeInNePa:

You said rape, twice.
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Originally Posted By GeorgeInNePa:
Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Nightdriver:
Citizens arrest for trespassing then pillage and rape

Sometimes pillage is an acceptable problem solver.

Followed by murder, rape, arson and rape.

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You said rape, twice.


He likes rape.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 12:47:09 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By MadMonkey:
Pit bull attacks someone: "WTF DOGS SHOULD BE ON A LEASH AND UNDER CONTROL AND FENCED INTO THEIR YARDS AT ALL TIMES EROGIKF HNWEOFGVUHBOEQUFBVOUEF "

Arfcommer gets a complaint about a dog being off the leash: "TELL HER TO F*CK OFF FREEDOM LIBERTY PRIVATE PROPERTY MURICA "


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It's in a garage sniffing ass, not running down the street attacking people
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 1:23:32 PM EDT






Just watched that,Op you needed more cane to crotch action to end the problem

       
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OP your post made me think of this show I watched this week



The Best Defence The Garage



Enjoy
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Link Posted: 1/26/2014 1:25:13 PM EDT

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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
Niiiice, or ask the lady if she wants to play "Operation Nifty Package"



She could be the  Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See, and you can be the SEALS.



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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:



Originally Posted By Firefinder37:


Originally Posted By USMC0928:

Its a control thing.  When I lived in Oregon I had a neighbor tell me that I come home too late that I need to be more considerate of others.
I would have gotten the biggest speakers I could find and played Tattoo at 9:59pm, or just before the noise ordnance kicked in.  



http://www.fas.org/man/dod-101/sys/land/docs/22tattoo.mp3







Niiiice, or ask the lady if she wants to play "Operation Nifty Package"



She could be the  Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See, and you can be the SEALS.



Just another citizen trying to keep you LEO's gainfully employed.

 
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 1:25:41 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By MikeE23666:



This place is full of people that know what's best for you.

She would fit into GD quite well.
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Originally Posted By MikeE23666:
Originally Posted By hushpuppy:
You're complaining about busybodies on GD?





This place is full of people that know what's best for you.

She would fit into GD quite well.

lol only if someone approaches GD, and opens themselves up to it.

Not the case here....Geez..think much?
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 1:42:13 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By GrandfatherCoyote:


It's in a garage sniffing ass, not running down the street attacking people
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Originally Posted By GrandfatherCoyote:
Originally Posted By MadMonkey:
Pit bull attacks someone: "WTF DOGS SHOULD BE ON A LEASH AND UNDER CONTROL AND FENCED INTO THEIR YARDS AT ALL TIMES EROGIKF HNWEOFGVUHBOEQUFBVOUEF "

Arfcommer gets a complaint about a dog being off the leash: "TELL HER TO F*CK OFF FREEDOM LIBERTY PRIVATE PROPERTY MURICA "




It's in a garage sniffing ass, not running down the street attacking people


Point being? Lots of animals are cute and cuddly until they bite.

No, I'm not saying the OP's would have (before that argument gets thrown in).

Double standards are fun. Someone else's dog should be under lock and key, but yours is fine because he never would hurt nobody... I'm sure nobody has ever said that before a kid has to go to the emergency room

(kinda like "IT JUST WENT OFF!! I DIDN'T TOUCH THE TRIGGER!")
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 1:44:38 PM EDT
I would pay good money to see OP stop her in mid sentence.  

WOAH THERE. Mrs Kravitz.  First, what the blue fuck makes you think you're allowed on my property?  Get yor nasty wrinkly old ass back on the sidewalk if you don't want me to call the cops and charge you with trespassing........GIT!

Once she has both feet on the other side of the property line,  tell her about how leash laws are on public property.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 1:45:22 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By hushpuppy:
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LOL, GD is "Busybody Mecca".
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 1:52:56 PM EDT

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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
Yep, as I've said before, lamest call ever was for a "disoriented squirrel on the sidewalk".



Close second was "dead bird in backyard".



Some folks should not be able to have access to the phone system.
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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:



Originally Posted By TexasTA:


Originally Posted By CnA:

Many people believe laws must be blindly obeyed no matter if no harm is being done.   What they don't realize is they are usually the problem since they choose what laws should be enforced...only for others.



A lot of elderly get this way and get highly agitated when certain silly rules are not followed to the exact letter of the law.




This. It drives me insane. Half of my calls today have been about bullshit city ordinance violations that affect no one.




Yep, as I've said before, lamest call ever was for a "disoriented squirrel on the sidewalk".



Close second was "dead bird in backyard".



Some folks should not be able to have access to the phone system.




Last year Oklahoma was having earthquakes and on two occasions we could feel them up here in Kansas. Not Cali type quakes, no these were just small quakes that didn't even make stuff fall off of the shelves. The local PD had to take an officer off of patrol and have him help dispatch take calls. People were calling in to tell the police that they had felt the earthquake. No damage, no injuries, just wanted to be sure the PD knew that the quake had been felt.



 
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Link Posted: 1/26/2014 2:28:07 PM EDT
Your dog let her approach? Feed your dog some gunpowder immediately
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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
I wouldn't do that on duty, even if it was an ordinance/statute.

Had a lady, from CT IIRC, who called in once to complain about some wildhorses not being fed.

Wild. Horses.

I told her that I didn't have jurisdiction over wild animals, and as they'd done nothing criminal, there was little I could do.

I suggested she call Game and Fish; she said she had, and they'd suggested she call the Sheriff's Office.

Thanks, assholes.
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I'm pretty sure you will find some way to repay them for that...please post when you do!
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 2:38:44 PM EDT
It's mandatory that every neighborhood has a few busybody's.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 2:42:35 PM EDT
Oh, and for original OP...that's what you get for having nice weather this time of year and not being cooped up inside, hiding from the cold and snow and ice. I am getting stir crazy enough a busybody neighbor almost sounds fun!

(Not really, hope you set her straight soon and in a most entertaining way and then post it here in GD so us frozen housebound lurkers can enjoy it vicariously through you! Preferably before I start wandering around the house muttering to myself then storm out to freeze to death in the snow like Jack Nicholson at the end of The Shining.)
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 2:46:24 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By substandard:


Last year Oklahoma was having earthquakes and on two occasions we could feel them up here in Kansas. Not Cali type quakes, no these were just small quakes that didn't even make stuff fall off of the shelves. The local PD had to take an officer off of patrol and have him help dispatch take calls. People were calling in to tell the police that they had felt the earthquake. No damage, no injuries, just wanted to be sure the PD knew that the quake had been felt.
 
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Originally Posted By substandard:
Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
Originally Posted By TexasTA:
Originally Posted By CnA:
Many people believe laws must be blindly obeyed no matter if no harm is being done.   What they don't realize is they are usually the problem since they choose what laws should be enforced...only for others.

A lot of elderly get this way and get highly agitated when certain silly rules are not followed to the exact letter of the law.


This. It drives me insane. Half of my calls today have been about bullshit city ordinance violations that affect no one.


Yep, as I've said before, lamest call ever was for a "disoriented squirrel on the sidewalk".

Close second was "dead bird in backyard".

Some folks should not be able to have access to the phone system.


Last year Oklahoma was having earthquakes and on two occasions we could feel them up here in Kansas. Not Cali type quakes, no these were just small quakes that didn't even make stuff fall off of the shelves. The local PD had to take an officer off of patrol and have him help dispatch take calls. People were calling in to tell the police that they had felt the earthquake. No damage, no injuries, just wanted to be sure the PD knew that the quake had been felt.
 


Yup, spoke to a lady who called 911 early in the morning, wanting to know about the star Sirius rising in the east.

I spoke to her in Carl Sagan's voice, even getting "billions and billions" into the conversation.

It was beautiful, man!
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I was called in as man with a gun after putting a cased shot gun in my car.
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Originally Posted By rustybob:
I was called in as man with a gun after putting a cased shot gun in my car.
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In SD?  Holy shit...I didn't think the stupid had spread that far.
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Originally Posted By beardog30:

In SD?  Holy shit...I didn't think the stupid had spread that far.
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Originally Posted By beardog30:
Originally Posted By rustybob:
I was called in as man with a gun after putting a cased shot gun in my car.

In SD?  Holy shit...I didn't think the stupid had spread that far.


We get those in the summer from tourists who FREAK at guns hanging in pickup trucks and kids walking around with .22s.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 3:07:57 PM EDT
You need to keep the garage remote handy so the next time you see her walking up your driveway, you can just stare at her while the garage door closes.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 3:13:05 PM EDT
Every neighborhood has them, I am living next to a jerk myself, he is just your all around idiot.
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Originally Posted By missme:
Oh, and for original OP...that's what you get for having nice weather this time of year and not being cooped up inside, hiding from the cold and snow and ice. I am getting stir crazy enough a busybody neighbor almost sounds fun!

(Not really, hope you set her straight soon and in a most entertaining way and then post it here in GD so us frozen housebound lurkers can enjoy it vicariously through you! Preferably before I start wandering around the house muttering to myself then storm out to freeze to death in the snow like Jack Nicholson at the end of The Shining.)
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I will take five busybody types over cold weather.

I feel for you. I couldnt do it.

if youre around the great lakes, it is beautiful in summer though.
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Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:


I wouldn't do that on duty, even if it was an ordinance/statute.



Had a lady, from CT IIRC, who called in once to complain about some wildhorses not being fed.



Wild. Horses.



I told her that I didn't have jurisdiction over wild animals, and as they'd done nothing criminal, there was little I could do.



I suggested she call Game and Fish; she said she had, and they'd suggested she call the Sheriff's Office.



Thanks, assholes.
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"Just sit tight and don't worry ma'am, the slaughter house folks will be there shortly to get them."



 
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Spray her with your hose...
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Originally Posted By GeorgeInNePa:
"Get the fuck out of my driveway."
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Yup!
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 3:47:43 PM EDT
Originally Posted By Tactical_Jew:
So, why do people act like they are the law?
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Why do you think we ended up with so many laws in the first place?   People like telling other people what to do.
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Originally Posted By MadMonkey:


Point being? Lots of animals are cute and cuddly until they bite.

No, I'm not saying the OP's would have (before that argument gets thrown in).

Double standards are fun. Someone else's dog should be under lock and key, but yours is fine because he never would hurt nobody... I'm sure nobody has ever said that before a kid has to go to the emergency room

(kinda like "IT JUST WENT OFF!! I DIDN'T TOUCH THE TRIGGER!")
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Originally Posted By MadMonkey:
Originally Posted By GrandfatherCoyote:
Originally Posted By MadMonkey:
Pit bull attacks someone: "WTF DOGS SHOULD BE ON A LEASH AND UNDER CONTROL AND FENCED INTO THEIR YARDS AT ALL TIMES EROGIKF HNWEOFGVUHBOEQUFBVOUEF "

Arfcommer gets a complaint about a dog being off the leash: "TELL HER TO F*CK OFF FREEDOM LIBERTY PRIVATE PROPERTY MURICA "




It's in a garage sniffing ass, not running down the street attacking people


Point being? Lots of animals are cute and cuddly until they bite.

No, I'm not saying the OP's would have (before that argument gets thrown in).

Double standards are fun. Someone else's dog should be under lock and key, but yours is fine because he never would hurt nobody... I'm sure nobody has ever said that before a kid has to go to the emergency room

(kinda like "IT JUST WENT OFF!! I DIDN'T TOUCH THE TRIGGER!")



Did you even read the OP?

Link Posted: 1/26/2014 3:58:03 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By stlyns:


"Just sit tight and don't worry ma'am, the slaughter house folks will be there shortly to get them."
 
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Originally Posted By stlyns:
Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
I wouldn't do that on duty, even if it was an ordinance/statute.

Had a lady, from CT IIRC, who called in once to complain about some wildhorses not being fed.

Wild. Horses.

I told her that I didn't have jurisdiction over wild animals, and as they'd done nothing criminal, there was little I could do.

I suggested she call Game and Fish; she said she had, and they'd suggested she call the Sheriff's Office.

Thanks, assholes.


"Just sit tight and don't worry ma'am, the slaughter house folks will be there shortly to get them."
 


I soooo wanted to tell her I'd forward her concerns to the Elmer's Glue Company.
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Originally Posted By primuspilum:

Sometimes pillage is an acceptable problem solver.

Followed by murder, rape, arson and rape.

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Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Nightdriver:
Citizens arrest for trespassing then pillage and rape

Sometimes pillage is an acceptable problem solver.

Followed by murder, rape, arson and rape.

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"You said rape twice". "I like rape".
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Originally Posted By MadMonkey:


Point being? Lots of animals are cute and cuddly until they bite.

No, I'm not saying the OP's would have (before that argument gets thrown in).

Double standards are fun. Someone else's dog should be under lock and key, but yours is fine because he never would hurt nobody... I'm sure nobody has ever said that before a kid has to go to the emergency room

(kinda like "IT JUST WENT OFF!! I DIDN'T TOUCH THE TRIGGER!")
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Originally Posted By GrandfatherCoyote:
Originally Posted By MadMonkey:
Pit bull attacks someone: "WTF DOGS SHOULD BE ON A LEASH AND UNDER CONTROL AND FENCED INTO THEIR YARDS AT ALL TIMES EROGIKF HNWEOFGVUHBOEQUFBVOUEF "

Arfcommer gets a complaint about a dog being off the leash: "TELL HER TO F*CK OFF FREEDOM LIBERTY PRIVATE PROPERTY MURICA "




It's in a garage sniffing ass, not running down the street attacking people


Point being? Lots of animals are cute and cuddly until they bite.

No, I'm not saying the OP's would have (before that argument gets thrown in).

Double standards are fun. Someone else's dog should be under lock and key, but yours is fine because he never would hurt nobody... I'm sure nobody has ever said that before a kid has to go to the emergency room

(kinda like "IT JUST WENT OFF!! I DIDN'T TOUCH THE TRIGGER!")



Again. Dog. In a garage.
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Nice
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Originally Posted By TexasTA:
This. It drives me insane. Half of my calls today have been about bullshit city ordinance violations that affect no one.
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Originally Posted By TexasTA:



Originally Posted By CnA:

Many people believe laws must be blindly obeyed no matter if no harm is being done.   What they don't realize is they are usually the problem since they choose what laws should be enforced...only for others.



A lot of elderly get this way and get highly agitated when certain silly rules are not followed to the exact letter of the law.




This. It drives me insane. Half of my calls today have been about bullshit city ordinance violations that affect no one.


What city do you work in so I know not to move there?



 
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"Just sit tight and don't worry ma'am, the slaughter house folks will be there shortly to get them."
 
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Originally Posted By stlyns:
Originally Posted By Depidy_Dawg:
I wouldn't do that on duty, even if it was an ordinance/statute.

Had a lady, from CT IIRC, who called in once to complain about some wildhorses not being fed.

Wild. Horses.

I told her that I didn't have jurisdiction over wild animals, and as they'd done nothing criminal, there was little I could do.

I suggested she call Game and Fish; she said she had, and they'd suggested she call the Sheriff's Office.

Thanks, assholes.


"Just sit tight and don't worry ma'am, the slaughter house folks will be there shortly to get them."
 

Should have forwarded her to the glue factory

ETA: Beat by who I was responding to
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Originally Posted By GeorgeInNePa:

You said rape, twice.
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Originally Posted By primuspilum:
Originally Posted By Nightdriver:
Citizens arrest for trespassing then pillage and rape

Sometimes pillage is an acceptable problem solver.

Followed by murder, rape, arson and rape.

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You said rape, twice.


Maybe he's a horny bastard.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 4:36:56 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By osprey21:
Far too many Gladys Kravitz's in this world....



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Her twin brother lives across the street from me.
Link Posted: 1/26/2014 4:40:56 PM EDT
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Originally Posted By TexasTA:
Today's calls:
1. Dumpster diving
2. Neighbor parked on sidewalk. In front of their own house.

Who gives a fuck?
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You in the panhandle? I've been called out on how I park at least 4 times in the couple months by my neighbors and landlord (Even though he was the one who made me park straight on since parking sideways in a U drive makes the truck look "abandoned").

I have to pull in close since I'm on a corner lot and all the kids around here nearly sideswipe my truck during the school week. Crazy since you'd think people in Texas wouldn't be so butt hurt about parking a 3/4 ton truck.
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