“My neighbors are a nasty mess. They threw everything out of their shed and they are going to make it into a chicken coop and have chickens. What are they going to do with the mess? Why, leave it lay there of course! Can’t imagine what the inside of the house looks like.” – Jay Martin
“The rivalry continues here in Madison” -Mike J.
“In addition to maintaining a scrap yard and dive bar in the midst of our historic and otherwise picturesque main street, they pile their garbage at the curb rather than in the alley. Many negative comments from tourists.” – Richard Baker
“First off, my neighbor is a single mom with 3 small kids. She is always bragging like it is something to be proud of that she is on every type of welfare there is and they pay for her HUD approved housing. She does not work, not because she is disabled but because she doesn’t want too. When she got here she had a dog who was not taken care of at all and barked. But I love animals so I never complained. When they began playing music at 2am I did say something no cops etc just went over and nicely asked to turn it down since my children were trying to sleep. Their dog disappeared and she told me it was stolen because everyone wants a really old sick yappy dog who bites anyone he doesn’t know. Sure, sounds legit. I just sort of nodded and said oh how awful! She got a puppy because that is what welfare is for making sure you get a new pet when you cannot afford to feed your children. So her puppy got sick it could not poop at all and she had no money to get it to the vet. Surprise surprise. You mean having no money, resources, or job is a bad time to get a puppy? I suggested getting care credit she said she was denied. Someone called animal control and she was fined, the dog had been whining for days outside it wasn’t me although I should have! The dog died. Now she blames me for the animal control call and if my dog barks for more than 5 minutes she flips out screams at me and threatens me, (all the while muttering she is getting another dog soon). Yesterday she came over screaming again and this time I yelled back, when she yelled animal control I told her to go ahead I will call Children Services, (her year old is outside by himself in a diaper and a tee shirt mom’s inside and he’s in the street. She said my kids walk to school ALONE um yeah lol they are 13 and 8, (the 13 year old walks his brother 2 blocks to school and grabs the school bus to the middle school from there). She said my house was messy. Um…. I have curtains and she has never been in my home. LOL She said get away from her property she would call the cops. I was standing in MY yard ROFL. I told her go ahead I am in MY YARD, BEHIND MY FENCE, and I dared her to do it. She stormed off into her house. Anyway, I am sure my neighbor from hell, being so responsible, will get another dog. Hopefully this one runs for the hills like the first one probably did.” – Alberta Crans