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Discussion in 'Kiva | Loans That Change Lives' started by jbcarioca, Feb 16, 2012.
I own a house!!!!
Congratulations. May all your problems be minor, and your contractor be fair!
What is the early number for loans KyRoamer will make if Louisville wins the NCAA next week?
I am concerned the local government may force me to get a permit to do this. Can you advise on any exception I can cite?
Drunkenness in Public.
Endangerment of the children.
The list goes on and on.
oh I clearly thought you said EXPECTATION of citation you will have....
I assumed that. Thank you for your concern. I am impressed by your knowledge of the Florida Statutes. You would probably do a better job than most of the prosecutors I have been against.
Welcome to the wonderful world of home ownership!
Public mutilation? I suppose mutilation in private is ok?
As in "my house owns me" judging by the maintenance bills anyway.
Private self mutilation, is ok in my book. Not that I do that or anything, but as long as it is not harming others, I am not going to say it is something someone should be arrested for doing. However, I won't say it is 'right' because I don't think that injuring oneself purposely is proper or correct course by any means.
Their default seems to be ' forcibly resists, obstructs, or interferes with a law enforcement' or disorderly conduct only....
Good morning everyone! Who wants some instant coffee?
No thanks. I am solely a tea person. Did you change the locks on your new house?
I "liked", but only for the good morning; don't care for instant coffee. (Actually, I don't really care for instant anything... not that there is anything wrong with that.)
Hi Misman. What is the "fire" situation in your part of the Universe?
It's out. Things are still dry, but ok for now. We've popped to our place in NM for a few weeks (I have a show to do and Peach has some medical) and some bozo is setting fires here! Just want to string them up by whatever appendage presents itself.
Thank you for the reminder. We move in tomorrow so better get them changed.
I could make you a fancy coffee but most things in the house are packed.
I don't remember when I read it, but that was one of the most "missed" repairs when moving into a house. I suspect that the issue is not with the prior homeowners, but with people they have "loaned' keys to that were never returned.