“This big SUV didn’t get the guest spot in our building. Rather than parking in the street…. They parked my housekeeper’s car in.
When the neighbor was asked by my husband “Is this your car?” ( my husband is HIA Pres)- he denied it. However, my husband saw him get into it and pull into the adjacent garage after the HOA sent an email to all tenants that this vehicle would be towed.
This family has left strollers out in our courtyard, let’s their kids throw baseball and play catch in the breezeway between unit doors and constantly uses a guest spot- even when their garage is empty.
Today- their garage was completely empty when they parked in my housekeeper’s spot!!!” – Elisa R.
What does 5 parking spots equate to in penis size?
“Seems legit…” – Dan
CINCINNATI — Talk about a nightmare before Christmas. An Ohio homeowner was ordered by town officials to remove a Nativity scene in front of his house that featured zombies instead of wise men and a baby Jesus.
“I wanted a Nativity and I worked with what I had,” Jasen Dixon, who manages a nearby haunted house. “The neighbors don’t like it. My father hates it and anything bad that happens he blames it on that.”
The Nativity scene features life-size figures and a zombie baby Jesus, with pale skin and pure white eyes. At night, the figures are illuminated by red and green lights.”I didn’t really pay it any attention until the different color lights came on, then finally the baby was put in the manger,” Dan Fluker, a neighbor, told the station. According to documents obtained by Fox 19, Sycamore Township, which is outside Cincinnati, does not allow structures to be located in the front or the side yard to occupy more than 35 percent of the area. Also, the primary structure must be 3 feet from the street, and 6 feet from the house.
Dixon, who manages 13 Rooms of Doom, says this is his second violation since the exhibit was put up. He indicated that his First Amendment right is being infringed upon due to the religious element.“I’ve lived here for 15 years and I’ve never had a violation of any kind,” Dixon said. “It’s a holiday decoration. I know if it was a real pretty Nativity scene they wouldn’t be saying anything.”
Dixon, who said about 40 people take photographs of what he calls “the world’s first zombie Nativity scene,” has until Dec. 26 to take down the scene. If he does not take down the exhibit, legal action will be taken. It is unclear if Dixon will fight the town, but when one person on his Facebook page urged him to keep the display up, he responded, “Dangers my middle name.”