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ponchonlefty

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my neighbor had a basset hound, i say had because he came to my house and never left. anyway that dog was no where to be found until you tried to feed your dog and boom he was right there. he was a cool dog but about 2 am he would get on my porch and do what hounds do. i got tired of hearing the howling and thought i will fix him, i made him a peanut butter sandwich that could choke a horse. the dog inhaled it. i was proud that i out smarted him. right
i figured he would be smacking peanut butter the rest of the night. nope. about the time i got back to a sleep mode he started again. i ended up with the dog my neighbor moved off and left him. i wonder why?
 

ponchonlefty

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yes he did. and i would have if he wasn't an asshole. hes called the cops on me a few times. one for my stereo two for loud pipes and three for laying rubber. all of which he has done but not as good. the guy thought he was the mayor of the neighbor hood. he settled down after he almost got his ass whooped in the middle of the street. i think bully is the correct term. he thought he was bad but didn't know i was crazy.
 

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yes he did. and i would have if he wasn't an asshole. hes called the cops on me a few times. one for my stereo two for loud pipes and three for laying rubber. all of which he has done but not as good. the guy thought he was the mayor of the neighbor hood. he settled down after he almost got his ass whooped in the middle of the street. i think bully is the correct term. he thought he was bad but didn't know i was crazy.
We’ve all had neighbors like that. Woman across the street from my old house told me I should be considerate of others and not use my car “early” on the weekends. She was referring to a Saturday where I pulled the Pontiac out of the garage to pull wifeys in to do an oil change. Early was 9:30. Add that said woman was on disability, didn’t work, had lost her apartment, and was living across the street with her mother in law for free. I told her that next time I would do the work right when the local noise ordinance ended at 7 am. Funny thing is the young lady who lived right next door couldn’t care less and always told me I was a great neighbor.
 

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i live in the county where its not many rules. this was a long time ago but hell sometimes a neighbors dirt track car would fly past in front of my house. the problems were when i first moved in. i figure he was trying to establish his authority, i have a problem with authority. and assholes that think they can push it. im not a violent person but if the right button is pushed im crazy enough to get my ass whoopin.
 

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Neighbors are always an interesting challenge as far as keeping the peace. In this complex all of mine have been terrific. Most have dogs which I always endeavor to make friends with too especially the couple right below me who are great people with two dogs. A boxer named Roxy and a huge Rhodesian Ridgeback named Loki. He's big as a house and very mellow but his size alone and expressionless face will cause anyone to see him as one to use extreme caution when approaching.

There are a few others as well including a German Shepard or two, a couple of Huskies, and my little buddy the Border Collie who lived across the hall before I moved upstairs to this place. When her owner walks her she always stops to see if I'm out on my balcony and then I have to come down and bring her a treat. What surprises me is how many bigger dogs we have around here. Most don't have little lap dogs they have medium to large size breeds which seems rare for an apartment complex.

The only truly bad neighbor was a trans guy (????) who lived next door when I lived in Englewood. After he'd psychically threatened nearly everyone on the floor at least once (was he gonna scratch my eyes out) and several visits from the local LEO's he finally became a COVID era recluse, stopped paying his rent, and defied the management to evict him which of course they couldn't. He hated noise but he took to pounding on walls and slamming doors just to piss everyone else off.

My roomie soul brother Steve met him in the hall one day and blocked him from taking the elevator which was right across from our door. The guy actually hissed at him when Steve told him to take the stairs because he wasn't gonna ride down with him and we both told him that if he ever pounded on our wall again they'd never find his body. One neighbor actually did threaten to shoot his ass so under enough duress we finally got him outta there but IMHO he was pure evil and a psychopath.
 
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