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Update on dog waste on lawn situation


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#1 of 6 Luc

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Posted February 14 2002 - 11:42 AM

Of course I don't mean to get you guys all started again with retaliation ideas (other thread got closed because of that), but because some of you really wanted to help, I thought I would update you on what happened thus far.

When the sign was up for the first day (it reads "Please pick up your dog's waste. It's the law and we know who you are"), the suspect walked by with his dog and read the sign. It was around 9pm and I was monitoring the activity that night. After that I was about to talk to him, but he purposely walked away fast and when he noticed that I was looking at the direction he was walking, he walked slowly so I wouldn't know where he lives. He disappeared somewhere between two house but I know now that he lives 4 houses away from me. New in the neighborhood and the problem started when he moved in. So anyway, now that he is aware that I know, I don't think he'll let his dog do it freeing at my lawn anymore.

Also, I found at a hardware store a spray that you spray on soil and plants to deter animals. It's made of spicey herds. It's harmless to animals but it's not very pleasant for them to sniff it.

So anyway, I hope the problem is solved. Thanks for everyone who tried to help.

#2 of 6 Chris Maynard

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Posted February 14 2002 - 01:45 PM

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It's made of spicey herds

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Sounds like you have this shit under control!
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#3 of 6 Bruce Hedtke

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Posted February 15 2002 - 05:26 AM

Spicey Herds of Turds. Keep them critters at bay!

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#4 of 6 DennisHP

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Posted February 15 2002 - 07:30 AM

I wonder who tasted them to make sure they were indeed spicey!

#5 of 6 Peter Kim

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Posted February 15 2002 - 08:07 AM

Nice to hear that this apparently is resolved. Plus, it looks like the guy got a healthy dose of shame too.

Chris, Bruce, and Dennis...brevity is the soul of wit. Upon highlighting "spicy herds" and the subsequent enhancements, I laughed as hard as I ever have in recent memory.

Hilarious shit.
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#6 of 6 Mike Frezon

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Posted February 15 2002 - 03:49 PM

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Spicey Herds of Turds. Hilarious shit.


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