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Old 09-18-2015, 05:14 AM
 
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I have a different spin on this. Until recently, my neighbor wouldn't even allow his own guests to park in front of his house. There is a strip of about 8' between his driveway and mine, and his visitors would always park there. Most of them have SUVs, so they would partially block my driveway by up to a half-foot.

And if MY guests parked in front of HIS house? It's Katy bar the door. I had a yard sale and a friend stopped by to help. She parked in front of his house. He was outside blowing leaves and he directed the blower at the coffee cup she'd left on the roof of her car and blew it off the car, spilling coffee all over her car. I am moving now and wondering if I have to disclose what a dick he is to the next owners of the house, or try to find a buyer who is large, tattooed, and just as mean.
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Old 11-22-2015, 05:01 PM
 
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**** all these idiots saying is OK because it's s public street. Nobody has the right to move your trash cans because he needs a spot while his driveway is open because he wants to save a spot for his dumb ass kids.Park in front of your own ****ing house or ask. We would have been fighting.
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Old 11-23-2015, 12:38 AM
 
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**** all these idiots saying is OK because it's s public street. Nobody has the right to move your trash cans because he needs a spot while his driveway is open because he wants to save a spot for his dumb ass kids.Park in front of your own ****ing house or ask. We would have been fighting.
You are overreacting just as much as the OP. The only thing that the neighbor shouldn't do is move another person's trashcans. Everything is completely fine. I can tell from your post that you're not from America. You should consider assimilating if you plan on living here. Picking fights is just going to get your ass beat.
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Old 12-06-2015, 07:45 PM
 
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F*** you nobody knows best. Assuming I'm not from America cuz your dumb ass would move someone else's property. You sound like an idiot everything can't be alright when the first thing not alright if you're wrong in the first place you're wrong. That was wrong with the world no common sense
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Old 12-06-2015, 07:57 PM
 
Location: New Jersey
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F*** you nobody knows best. Assuming I'm not from America cuz your dumb ass would move someone else's property. You sound like an idiot everything can't be alright when the first thing not alright if you're wrong in the first place you're wrong. That was wrong with the world no common sense
Gotta get post in before lockdown.
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Old 12-06-2015, 08:19 PM
 
Location: NJ
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F*** you nobody knows best. Assuming I'm not from America cuz your dumb ass would move someone else's property. You sound like an idiot everything can't be alright when the first thing not alright if you're wrong in the first place you're wrong. That was wrong with the world no common sense
where are these trash cans that are moved? if someone puts their trash cans in the street blocking spots, of course you should move them and park in the spot.
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Old 12-07-2015, 08:58 AM
 
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Right, you don't get to reserve spots in the street with cones or trash cans or anything. Unless you shoveled the spot and it's Philadelphia.

You also don't get to block someone else's driveway; I recommend a Sawz-all for occasions like this.
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Old 12-07-2015, 09:27 AM
 
Location: Randolph, NJ
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F*** you nobody knows best. Assuming I'm not from America cuz your dumb ass would move someone else's property. You sound like an idiot everything can't be alright when the first thing not alright if you're wrong in the first place you're wrong. That was wrong with the world no common sense
Did you just have to wipe down your monitor after that barrage?
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Old 12-07-2015, 09:51 AM
 
Location: in here, out there
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I posted this before, sometimes Street has access from one end and all the cars driving in are going to park on the right side. When they leave to go to work in the morning they do a u turn and drive out the street. The people that live on the other side of the street who are too lazy to turn around when they get home from work are the ones who are parking in front of your house.
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Old 12-07-2015, 11:08 AM
 
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Maybe its because I grew up in a shore town there was ALWAYS cars parked in front of our house in the summer. This is not something to get worked up about. Now if they are doing donuts on your lawn, yes. Its a public right of way and there is nothing illegal. When you have 2 parents and a couple driving age kids even a ample driveway can get loaded up. With work and school schedules many times the street makes sense. I think most people would prefer parking in garage or their own driveway.


My ex wife used to get worked up about neighbors guests parking in front of our house when they had a party. I always thought it was something silly to worry about.

If you want no one parking in front of your house move to the country.
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