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Bentcrank    Posted 12-10-2002 at 09:01:07       [Reply]  [No Email]
it is about the fellers what trespassed. my neighber bought his grannys place an them boys rode rough on it. tore up all the cross field traces an broke an old gate. it made my neighber more sad than any thing else. it wus sad to see him. he called the warden out. first time the warden has had to chase fellers here for 30 years or more. this is a big to us here. so thet warden caught them two boys last week at my place. it wus the first any one has had law on them for more than i know anyway. warden called me way late. he wus at his place. he wus upset too an made me sad all over agin. he was sad i think. or drunk but thet dont matter to me. he callt on his own time. then he said them boys wood go easy in court if none of us feel like goin in to the court an raise cain on them. if they git the judge whot hunts quail with the boy whot bought his grannys place it dont matter if any of us go to court. they sure wont be around any after he gits after them bout ridin rough like thet for nothin. we aint had no more trouble but there have been a few upset thet they cant show their own backside bout it. i dont care nuthin about showin off my own side of the fight. it aint worth it inless they shoot any more holes in tin rooves or tear up our farm roads agin. then i will have to git hard bout it. i dont like to think thet way but i cant let no durn person with a big truck an a few dogs think they ought to ruin our place. thet aint right an right will make sure it dont git far past were it is now. i thank ever one of you how took the time to answer my note on here. i took all of you to heart. even the gal whot thought i wus a fool.


Ron/PA    Posted 12-10-2002 at 09:26:59       [Reply]  [No Email]
Bent, I hate to tell you this, but sometimes the law just don't do the trick. My theory is that sometimes you gotta be the biggest a-hole in the valley to come out on top.
I have had a run of bad luck lately, while burning a pile of old lumber, I dropped a bunch of boards with nails in a driveway that the 4 wheel drive crowd likes to use,, then I dropped a backhoe bucket in the spot they used to go and park in, made a heck of a sink hole, then when they got stuck, I went to see what was going on and the tractor broke down in the gate way to that field, took two days to clear the driveway. Finally I saw the problem, the ground was too wet, and by the time the drive got cleared, the wind started to dry the ground and dropped an oak limb on the bed of a very nice pickup,,
Now my 4 wd friends don't wanna come out and play no more!
Ron
PS It also helps that the local deputy gamewardens, and the state police have hunting permission supplied each year.


ger    Posted 12-10-2002 at 09:39:03       [Reply]  [No Email]
gee ron that is a bad run , but like they say all ya gotta do is kick a$$ a little an even the dumbest sob will get they message lol


ger    Posted 12-10-2002 at 09:10:47       [Reply]  [No Email]
i think you know best what you have to do bent , i know here we had them drive all over a ladys hay fields an tear up all the hay that was her income for the year she was in her 80,s they didn,t care they came back , time an again till a bunch of us fellas went over an put a stop to it here the law wasn,t to helpful, hope all works out for ya i know its hard . later ger


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