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I think a lot of jurisdictions have responded to this kind of thing by moving away from fines, and just making you tear the whole thing down.
I have to say, I have trouble with this song. I mean, on the surface Libertarian anthem. But the Oaks "wonder why the Maples can't be happy in their shade". Maples die in the shade. So I prefer to think of this song as a classic ########### that occurs when people cannot compromise. Probably that's cognitive dissonance.
How has a thread with that headline gone this long without a Robert Frost reference?
44. Crispix Attacks Posted: September 12, 2012 at 11:35 AM (#4233690)
That whole "good fences make good neighbors" thing only applies to rural life in areas with flat geography.
63. Greg Schuler Posted: September 12, 2012 at 04:59 PM (#4234139)
I appreciate no references to LoTR, myself.
43. let me teach you how to meatwad Posted: September 12, 2012 at 11:29 AM (#4233685)
Olerud should be happy there are no ents in the neighborhood. His willingness to cut down trees would be dramatically reduced
But it turns out that marshes harbor mosquitoes and greenheads, so the house is virtually unusuble in the summer. Sometimes, God restores faith.
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