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    Default Re: Mom's Wood Pile Stolen...

    How sad. They steal from you and the cops won't come. You catch the scum rough them up and the cops show up to arrest you. In this country, the scum bags have all the rights .
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    Just a Post Script...

    The Oakland Chief resigned yesterday making 5 chiefs in 9 years.

    One part time officer has a 10,000 case backlog of residential burglaries...

    So the odds of a burglar succeeding are very high here.

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    Show this to your Mom... maybe it will brighten her day a bit, there is still beauty in the world inspite of a few bad apples !

    Mom's Wood Pile Stolen...-piles.jpg

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    Show this to your Mom... maybe it will brighten her day a bit, there is still beauty in the world inspite of a few bad apples !

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    That photo is so free king cool!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pine Strip View Post
    Show this to your Mom... maybe it will brighten her day a bit, there is still beauty in the world inspite of a few bad apples !

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    Whoa Pine, you definately got some free time on your hands! Nice job!
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    Default Re: Mom's Wood Pile Stolen...

    Dang, I'd prolly freeze before I could bring myself to use that woodpile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pine Strip View Post
    Show this to your Mom... maybe it will brighten her day a bit, there is still beauty in the world inspite of a few bad apples !

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    Very clever and I will...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ultrarunner View Post
    Earlier this year I took down a monterey pine and one oak behind Mom's house... she is 78 and has lived in her home close to 50 years.

    I cut the rounds to fireplace size even though the Bay Area seems to have burn bans whenever you would want/need a fire.

    Over the last few months, Mom split the wood and stacked it a little at a time... she enjoyed it and only did as much as she was comfortable doing at any one time... had it all stacked thinking she would be in good shape winter after next and was quite proud she was still able to do it!

    Last night she called and said the entire stack is gone... sure enough, I found the chain cut and tire tracks though her backyard up to the woodpile.

    The last couple of years I have seen a lot of things... this has to take the cake.

    Mom misses the wood and is even more concerned that someone would come into the yard with her being home all the time...
    wow there is no end to peoples sick ways! i have encountered something simmalier ,the sad part was that the guy that took my wood didn't heat with wood! well i guess i just let the cat out of the bag . yes the theaif was my nebaior .lazy ### people.

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    One of the reasons the police will not come out and take a report is statistics. The less crime reported the better job they are doing. The more inconvenient they make it to report a crime, they see as insignificant, the better it is for them. Their time is better spent giving out traffic violations that earn income for the town/county.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pine Strip View Post
    Show this to your Mom... maybe it will brighten her day a bit, there is still beauty in the world inspite of a few bad apples !

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    That's amazing. Really beautiful wood pile there.

    Chad

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