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For My Friend Chris In Woodbridge

By Greg L | 25 May 2010 | Humor & Satire, Prince William County | 10 Comments

This is for a good friend of mine out in Woodbridge, who has a liberal neighbor that’s decided to make his life a little challenging by renting his basement out to groups of unrelated people and otherwise acting like the back end of a horse.  I figure that something like this might encourage somewhat of a minor change in attitude, or at least lessen the frequency of drunken Democrats shouting strange insults through their open windows…

Give it a “shot”, Chris.  At this point, it can’t make things worse.



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10 Comments

  1. park'd said on 26 May 2010 at 6:52 am:
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    HAHA. Good one Greg! I love that sign.

  2. VA_Magoo said on 26 May 2010 at 9:02 am:
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    Isnt it against the zoning law to rent your basement out?

  3. Tillie said on 26 May 2010 at 9:26 am:
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    Another “Humor and Satire”

    Greg has a VERY strange sense of “humor”.

  4. Johnson said on 26 May 2010 at 4:12 pm:
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    I like it. It has a biting sarcasm. Will the city tell him to take it down after three years?

  5. NoVA Scout said on 27 May 2010 at 5:51 am:
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    Is this another one of those photo-shop fake pictures like the immigrants demonstrating for hand-outs, etc. that was put up a couple of weeks ago. However, if someone really did this, I would think the target would be justified in having it taken down pretty fast.

  6. jm said on 27 May 2010 at 8:18 am:
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    On what grounds could you force him to remove the sign? He is simply stating some facts, and is not making any threats. Free speech. He has the right to it, and you don’t have to agree with it.

  7. Cynic said on 27 May 2010 at 12:16 pm:
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    jm said:
    “On what grounds could you force him to remove the sign? He is simply stating some facts, and is not making any threats. Free speech. He has the right to it, and you don’t have to agree with it.”

    jm, where have you been? When and if the speech offends lefty liberals or some scum illegals, it is forbidden speech that is not covered by the First Amendment. Political correctness trumps the U. S. Constitution. There are no exceptions.

    Have verified this by asking more than three lefty liberals and their answers has always been: Yes!

  8. Woodbridge said on 27 May 2010 at 7:15 pm:
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    This is very “par for the course” in Woodbridge! Hope someone has the guts to challenge Frankie in 2011!!!

  9. NoVA Scout said on 28 May 2010 at 5:33 am:
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    Well, jm, we really don’t know whether the sign poster is stating facts or not, not only because we don’t know where the sign’s pointing, or who’s living there, but also because it’s a fake sign in a fake photo. The sign doesn’t really exist, it is photo-shopped onto the background. It therefore gets a little surreal to argue whether the contents of the non-sign are factual. But, to answer your hypothetical question about the hypothetical sign (and just for the mental calisthenics of thinking through the concept), let’s pretend that the pretend sign is real. Further, to make things simple (always a very good approach in these parts), let’s further pretend that there really is someone whose residence is clearly and unambiguously designated by the sign and that the occupants (all of them) really do want to “ban all guns” (I’ve never heard anyone espouse such an absolute position, but we’re just playing a game here, aren’t we?), that they don’t have any guns, knives, tomahawks, Indiana Jones bullwhips, boomerangs etc. on the premises, that the Sign Poster really very much respects their views on banning all guns, and that he is really “promising” not to aid or defend the neighbors (presumably when they are subject to violent attack). By spotting the sign poster the luxury of being absolutely factually correct (as you seem to know he is) we don’t have to consider the possibility of a libel action in which the neighbor would get the sign removed pursuant to an injunction pending resolution of the merits (although this could get really complicated pretty fast - what if the sign, when posted is as accurate as you and I posit, but the neighbor, suddenly feeling very vulnerable, runs out and gets a gun? Then the sign suddenly becomes false, and then we may be back in the libel thicket). But, back to basics: assuming the sign is dead accurate, could the neighbor claim that the Sign Poster is inciting or is complicit in a crime? Would the police on complaint ask or demand that it be removed lest the sign poster create a crime that otherwise would not occur. Let’s change the fictional facts a bit to make the point more clearly: Suppose the sign says (100% accurately) this - “MY NEIGHBOR IS 82 YEARS OLD, HAS A HEART CONDITION AND IS HEARING AND VISION-IMPAIRED, AND HIS HOUSE IS FULL OF VALUABLE PORTABLE HEIRLOOMS.” Would the neighbor or police be justified in demanding removal of the sign? Or in either scenario, let’s assume a few days pass after the sign is posted, there is a home invasion and some or all of the occupants of the targetted home are grievously hurt. Would they have an action against our fictional Sign Poster (not Greg, silly, although he is the one who posted the sign in the post - I mean the person who we are supposed to believe really put up the sign in the real world)?

    See how much fun we can have based on a question you raised about a phony picture?

  10. FormerMCPD said on 28 May 2010 at 5:35 am:
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    This sign also has some crime prevention benefits. It is all about “tagret hardening” and making your property less attractive to crooks than the next guys.

    I think it works very well. Live by the sword, die by the sword… and if you want to outlaw swords, live with the outcome.

    If that liberal believes strongly enough in his position, he should be proud of this sign.

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