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adam.neusbaum
09-18-2012, 03:16 PM
For the times police can't help you with addressing local crime consider the multitude of options to shut 'em down. An example of what I'm describing can be seen here: http://ocala.craigslist.org/vgm/3271089054.html I can't say that the culprits that stole my Turfco XT5 aerator have seen the ad I created for them but my custom sign sure has gotten their attention.
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DirtRoad
09-18-2012, 03:56 PM
I dont get it, whats this going to do?

What i also dont understand is "thieves or druggies". If someone steals something from you it makes them a thief, what does a druggie have to do with it?

gunsnroses
09-18-2012, 04:04 PM
I would think they will retaliate one way or another. Keep us updated, as this seems to a new start of something. I dare someone to call.

alldayrj
09-18-2012, 04:19 PM
I love it
how did you get their info and relationship status? facebook?

adam.neusbaum
09-18-2012, 04:38 PM
Interestingly enough the thieves don't stop & think that there may be retaliation from their actions probably because outside the law there usually isn't. Their mailbox gave me their address. Whitepages.com gave me their phone # & details from their address. They've asked the Sheriffs office to remove the sign. Their reply: "It's on his private property so The Sign Stays". Unique how the shoes on the other foot now.
I simply ask others what they think of the sign. Honest folks love it & the criminals at heart hate it. Its an easy way to know what kind of neighbors you really have.
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DirtRoad
09-18-2012, 05:51 PM
Who is Joey and Amanda? Are they the ones that took your aerator? How do you know they took it?

adam.neusbaum
09-18-2012, 10:34 PM
Although they live just 1/3 mile down the road, I've never met them before this. I only knew of "Crackmanda" & much less her compadre'. The sheriffs deputy tracked the footprints to their gate. Sandy roads & engaged hydrostatics were more than he'd bargained for im sure & not easy to cover his tracks. Might as well have left us breadcrumbs to follow the dragging wheels to an abandoned mobile-home.
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DirtRoad
09-19-2012, 12:45 PM
How is it the police cant do anything? Sounds like they have probable cause to get a warrant to search the property.

easy-lift guy
09-19-2012, 01:14 PM
Although I understand why your wanting to call out certain people for possible doing certain things, my advice would be to back off and find a more productive use for your time. I believe you are setting your self up for a law suit being brought by the very people you are accusing of a crime. Have you ever heard of defamantion of character?, how about Slander, or Liable. Ever heard of the ACLU?, they would love to defend someone like the person or persons you are trying to expose for the publicity alone.
easy-lift guy

adam.neusbaum
09-19-2012, 01:46 PM
While trailer trash (I live in a 30 year old mh myself) can have a greater tendency of being sue happy, everything you mentioned means less than nothing to me. Besides, defamation may hold if my sign wasn't absolutely true, but it is. Btw im still giggling over the first comment asking what correlation drugs have with stolen property. All I can picture is he must live within Michael Jacksons Neverland.
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easy-lift guy
09-19-2012, 01:52 PM
While trailer trash (I live in a 30 year old mh myself) can have a greater tendency of being sue happy, everything you mentioned means less than nothing to me. Besides, defamation may hold if my sign wasn't absolutely true, but it is. Btw im still giggling over the first comment asking what correlation drugs have with stolen property. All I can picture is he must live within Michael Jacksons Neverland.
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Your decision, Govern yourself accordingly.
BTW, how did the TAS Trimmer I sent you work out?
easy-lift guy
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adam.neusbaum
09-19-2012, 02:04 PM
Oh sorry I should look at who im responding to. Thanks so much for sending me the TAS, I've been meaning to send over a big thanks because its work great! Unfortunately these stressful situations can take center stage.
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adam.neusbaum
09-19-2012, 02:12 PM
Please see what im doing to try & change my neighborhood or at least my street anyway: RC Track under General Green Industry section.
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adam.neusbaum
09-19-2012, 03:25 PM
http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?p=4531584#post4531584
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DirtRoad
09-19-2012, 03:36 PM
While trailer trash (I live in a 30 year old mh myself) can have a greater tendency of being sue happy, everything you mentioned means less than nothing to me. Besides, defamation may hold if my sign wasn't absolutely true, but it is. Btw im still giggling over the first comment asking what correlation drugs have with stolen property. All I can picture is he must live within Michael Jacksons Neverland.
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Just like if you drink alcohol then you must beat your wife and children and you also must drive drunk, i mean you do drink alcohol, so you must do those things. Dosent make alot of sense does it?

The other point i was making in my first post was that whether or not a person uses a drug is completely and totaly irrelevant to whether or not they stole from someone else. When someone crashes their car and kills someone and that person was drunk do we blame the alcohol or the person?

Its no wonder you live in a trailer park, critical thinking is null and void with you.

BTW, my personal property is bigger than Jacksons Neverland, i dont have the cool theme park though. Your Jackson Neverland comment dosent even make any sense.

adam.neusbaum
09-19-2012, 03:50 PM
I suppose your drug connection is a bit more upscale than the ones we witness locally & therefore doesn't dabble in stolen goods.
Concerning alcohol: No I don't drink.
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adam.neusbaum
09-19-2012, 04:05 PM
Maybe when you describe "drugs" you are thinking pot. Im not talking about weed. I guess im the only onev that hears about Crackheads stealing to get drug money?
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DirtRoad
09-19-2012, 04:09 PM
I suppose your drug connection is a bit more upscale than the ones we witness locally & therefore doesn't dabble in stolen goods.
Concerning alcohol: No I don't drink.
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This is what you call a conversation with diminishing returns. You lack the basic critical thinking skills and lack of basic logic to even understand the conversation therefor turning your responses into non sensical weird bable.

Concerning alcohol: I meant "you" as in general use of alcohol. Im sure you know people who do drink but do not beat their wives and children and probably dont drive drunk. Using your logic however they must do those things.

DirtRoad
09-19-2012, 04:12 PM
Maybe when you describe "drugs" you are thinking pot. Im not talking about weed. I guess im the only onev that hears about Crackheads stealing to get drug money?
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People steal for alot of reasons, the reasons however are irrelevant.

Blaming drugs for peoples actions is just stupid.

adam.neusbaum
09-19-2012, 04:27 PM
The media blames guns for movie-house shootings but I think we both agree that that is stupid. But guns aren't injested altering the mind are they?
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adam.neusbaum
09-19-2012, 05:35 PM
This topic of conversation has a strange familiarity to it. Unless my memory fails me i'm thinking I discussed the harmlessness of drugs with my mother. Of course my 14 year-old perspective was overwhelmingly pro-drug. Then just after a dash of life s experience my thoughts began to mature. It might be in my best interest to archive our conversation DirtRoad so in 12 years I can show my son that his dear ol' dad's already dealt with a rockhead on the matter way back in Two-Thousand-Twelve.
Son, I don't want to argue with ya, haven't I told you I love ya enough? How 'bout we go on downtown for some ice-cream?
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adam.neusbaum
10-03-2012, 02:19 PM
Look who got busted & for burglary nonetheless: http://jail.marionso.com/default.aspx & last name is: Horrighs Joseph (Joey). I'm considering making a visit to the jail to say hello.

UpMax
10-07-2012, 03:16 AM
In Australia, thieves always target the vehicles of tradespeople. Especially vehicles parked on the street at night. Expensive machines and power tools are always stolen. Probably best to remove valuable tools and equipment from vehicles at the end of the day, no matter how tired you are !!

herler
02-06-2013, 09:48 PM
Why would anyone in their right mind choose to do wrong?

I am sure some folks who have never been addicted, and on this same subject haven't had the willingness to become honest about one's addiction may either fail to understand or deny for whichever reason what follows.

Unless we are familiar with the connection between the mind, the body, the soul and God, it is possible some folks may lack the ability to grasp these concepts.

Granted, not all druggies nor all alcoholics steal and not all thieves are related to drugs or alcohol, but most crime is... In some kind of way, manner, shape or form, at least half of all people doing time in prison today are there because of it, however you want to cut it, the bottom line is that drugs and / or alcohol had something to do with it... In some cases it had a lot, if not everything to do with it.

One feeds the other, or perhaps one thing leads to another.
Drugs and alcohol separate us from God, when we desecrate the temple of our soul, we willingly give away the light that guides our souls.

That's how thieves, alcohol and drugs go together.

adam.neusbaum
02-07-2013, 10:22 AM
10:50 P.M. Wednesday 2/6 there's a knock at the door. Frantic neighbor friend asking if we've seen her husband & child lately. She just got home from work and wondered why they weren't at there & is now going door to door in search. I could tell she was about to lose it so I volunteered to ride along in search. We check in with their friends & family for leads which goes nowhere. Lastly we stop at a notorious drug house to inquire, sure enough they just left (they being the 30 y/o dad with 2 y/o child now walking a dark road home. Zip over to their house & not there, my wife calls suggesting they are at our house. I walk in to see Steve that looks like a total Zombie. His wife retrieves her child & tells him to get in the car 'cause they are going home. I don't have to repeat the few choice words I used to suggest what kind of father he is. On any given day the both of them think it's cute to share a joint & booze but she was totally sober when considering the worst for her son. How many parents have attributed to their childs death thru drugs & alcohol? I'm sure the stats are staggering.
Steves older brother & I are the best of friends so he was the first to know where the lawn mowing money is going each week or if he ask for a front every other day. We're thinking of contacting his probation officer to step up the random drug testing.
Someone with wisdom could answer this: Years back, did fathers & brothers step in to straighten out a guy if he was turning his family's lives to rubbish?