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Re: X-mas Lights

Postby Schweinsteiger » Thu Dec 19, 2013 3:12 pm

Just don't flash your gun, brandishing will just get you arrested.
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Re: X-mas Lights

Postby mikeg55 » Fri Dec 20, 2013 7:06 am

walk2k wrote:Right, I think if I was a "punk" and some old fart sicked his dog on me, or worse, I'd come back later and toss a molotov thru his living room window. Of course they shouldn't "unplug" (???) or otherwise vandalize your property - but think about it for a second and realize YOU have a lot more to lose than they do.

If and when it happens to you, please let us know how you handle it.
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Re: X-mas Lights

Postby whippis » Fri Dec 20, 2013 12:12 pm

X-Mas decorator wrote:I actually have solar on my house so I haven't had to PAY for wasteful energy in over a year. I am smart when it comes to things like that.

Would love to know where you got the free solar panals.

Good also that you walked-back the "gun & bat" comments. Where you to later use said items against an intruder you would have no self-defense claim. Posting publically that you plan on using force would constitute a threat. Besides you cannot use force unless you resonably feel threatened. Kids unplugging your lights hardly qualifies.
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