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    nextwife is offline Senior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Litigation!
    Ain't life just a bitch?

    IAAL

    And maybe the dog, too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thankyou
    My neighbors dog is barking loudly at all hours and disturbing
    my sleep. Also, I work from home and am unable to concentrate
    with this constant barking.
    What can I do?
    Do you live in a neighborhood with an association?
    Do you have deed restrictions in your neighborhood regarding this matter (some do, some don't)
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    Maybe it is time to 'Wok' the dog....SC allows controlled burning even in neighborhoods.

    Like Mel Gibson's character says in The Patriot...."A dog makes for a fine meal!"

    Yum..Yum!...Please let us know if dog tastes like chicken. Thanks to the oriental community..we already know that cat does.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StickyFingers
    Maybe it is time to 'Wok' the dog....SC allows controlled burning even in neighborhoods.

    Like Mel Gibson's character says in The Patriot...."A dog makes for a fine meal!"

    Yum..Yum!...Please let us know if dog tastes like chicken. Thanks to the oriental community..we already know that cat does.

    **A: I resent that. Orientals also eat rat too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by StickyFingers
    Yum..Yum!...Please let us know if dog tastes like chicken. Thanks to the oriental community..we already know that cat does.

    Cat tastes like pork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister Darcy
    Cat tastes like pork.

    **A: it may be the other other white meat.
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    Laxitives with peanut butter, that will keep him busy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Litigation!
    Ain't life just a bitch?

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    Not all the time but maybe the dog is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rdrector
    Laxitives with peanut butter, that will keep him busy.
    The dog, the neighbor, or the OP?
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    Q: The dog, the neighbor, or the OP?

    A: Yes.
    There are two rules for success:

    (1) Never tell everything you know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HomeGuru
    **A: I resent that. Orientals also eat rat too.
    Orientals are rugs. Asians are people.

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