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Old 09-19-2009, 06:18 AM
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There goes my neighborhood!

Sorry to come on here and complain, but everyone's out of town and I need to vent. I moved into this apartment complex 3 years ago, because it was quiet, nice and had an armed security guard (big deal until I bought my wife a gun). First thing that went was the guard's gun. Then the guard, now there's just a gate. Now the whole neighborhood is sliding down hill. Loud parties at 3am on weekdays, rude tenants, etc. Here's the final kicker:

I changed the oil in my wife's Jeep, but didn't have time to go dump the old oil, so I left the catch pan all plugged up in the bed of the truck. Someone undid all 3 of the caps and I had a lake of oil in the bed. Now, someone else threw a plate of korean food in the back and yesterday, I walk down to the truck and as I'm checking my pockets to make sure I've got everything, this mammoth that lives downstairs walks out with her big old bag of trash, looks around and then throws it in the bed!!!! WTF???? Who does that? it's only another 100 ft to the dumpster. Needless to say I had to let the old Army NCO out of me and tore her a new one. Am I crazy to think that maybe it's time to move?

Sorry just had to let all that out!
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:22 AM
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wow man that sucks ...i think it is time to move ..or get even either way its going to suck
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You should have put the trach bag back on her door step. And if it just happen fall open...... dang the luck.

Best of luck, nothing worse than stupid neighbors that don't get over things.
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:25 AM
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Threw her trash in your truck bed.............

I would have found her daddy and kicked the crap out of him.............what a loser. Sorry to here your neighborhood is going down hill.

I think a lot of the urban areas are experiencing this, I know ours is starting to shift slowly.
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:26 AM
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Thats a bad one man. Is there not an apartment manager that you can file a complaint to?
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:27 AM
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Well Fayetteville has never been the nicest of places. I moved in here when I was still in the Army, and most of the people living here were Special Ops folks E-6 and up. It was nice. Now all I see is friggin Privates. Maybe I'll just have to find an excuse to shoot someone to get my point across. lol
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:28 AM
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Thats a bad one man. Is there not an apartment manager that you can file a complaint to?
I did about the cow putting the bag of trash. But I don't even know who did the rest. Could be anyone, I've called the cops about the other things. (I almost need to put the non emergency line on speed dial!)
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Selfish, lazy, disrespectful people. Only cure is a azz whoopin. I'd be outta my mind pissed if I saw someone do that to me or anyone else. Good luck.
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Old 09-19-2009, 06:32 AM
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I changed the oil in my wife's Jeep, but didn't have time to go dump the old oil, so I left the catch pan all plugged up in the bed of the truck. Someone undid all 3 of the caps and I had a lake of oil in the bed. Now, someone else threw a plate of korean food in the back and yesterday, I walk down to the truck and as I'm checking my pockets to make sure I've got everything, this mammoth that lives downstairs walks out with her big old bag of trash, looks around and then throws it in the bed!!!! WTF???? Who does that? it's only another 100 ft to the dumpster. Needless to say I had to let the old Army NCO out of me and tore her a new one. Am I crazy to think that maybe it's time to move?
Care to share the high points of THAT conversation?
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Care to share the high points of THAT conversation?
On here all it would look like is a lot of these ******** ******** ******!
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