“found in elizabeth, nj” - Chris Doyle

New Jersey

  • ronthewolfman

    Can’t tell how many times I’ve seen this same mess. Satellite companies discourage/forbid installers from removing there own companies obsolete dish’s, the only time I saw them remove the old systems is when they charge the customer a heffty fee and they won’t touch the competitors setups period. So you end up with a cluster fuck of a mess over a couple of years time. That one of the main reason I use a cable provider, they might not be perfect but at least they are way less visible.

  • awhiteguy

    i would just tear them off my house. i don’t give a fuck if it’s illegal to remove old sat.dishes from my own house. what are they going to do and how will they find out.
    maybe the person who lives here is old and can’t take them down.

  • LadyAnneJT

    I’m not familiar with dish networks, so just assumed this house had been converted into apartments, and each unit had their own dish. Still an unsightly mess, though, any way you look at it. (Assuming you can see the forest for the trees.)

    • LesterBallard

      9 apartments? Plus the old antenna.

  • LesterBallard

    Some NSA employee bringing home their work?

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