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To The Assholes Who Left Their Tires Outside Our Fence

10/01/10

  07:28:57 pm, by Nimble   , 134 words  
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To The Assholes Who Left Their Tires Outside Our Fence

Tire Garbage

That is the fucking living end.

To whomeverso left their fucking tires against our fence.

FUCK YOU. JUST - FUCK - YOU.

Other little bits of garbage, we could chalk up to the wind, but not the suddenly-appearing fucking little chair from some old school desk, and YOU fucking human pieces of shit decided that you didn't want to bother yourself with taking the time out of your shitty little day running your three fucking tires over to the landfill and paying the fucking disposal fee, so you SNUCK OVER and LEFT THEM ON OUR FUCKING DOORSTEP.

Between that and other weirdness in our back alley, I'm off to investigate by-laws re: surveillance, because I just don't want to let you fuckers get away with this shit ever again.

So thanks. Thanks ever so fucking much.

3 comments

Comment from: Nimble [Member]  
Nimble

I’ve been having a heck of a time tracking this down. I mean, they have systems in place for helping people who have been vandalized by graffiti, but the surveillance is city-provided and controlled.

I haven’t managed to track down the appropriate by-laws despite quite a few seemingly sensible search terms.

Disposed of the garbage today just in case its presence attracts others to do the same. Money out of pocket at the landfill. Still want to catch the dickweeds who did it.

Also trying to find reasonable systems. Wireless is pretty rare and relatively low-range (20′ IR instead of the 30-40′ IR usual in the wired versions) and/or bad picture, etc. Might be most expedient to get two systems instead of trying to run 100′ cables everywhere. Meh.

10/04/10 @ 01:10
Comment from: Adam [Member]  
Adam

You might see if you can mount a cheaper interior one inside your garage and then add a wireless relay to bridge the gap between it and the house. There’re some nice IP-based ones out there but nothing terribly cheap.

10/10/10 @ 16:00
Comment from: Nimble [Member]  
Nimble

Between the expense, setup, and inability to find out the legality, I’m going to have to put this project on hold until some very good sale presents itself.

I’m guessing that people aren’t willing to be as sneaky in this weather because footprints present themselves rather starkly in the snow.

Any low-tech solution for the summer that might make would-be dumpers leave tracks?

12/13/10 @ 01:43