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post #61 of 94
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
^It's like an open garage... a roof on supports over a concrete slab, but no walls or door.

God, the things we give names to. Thanks, kwilk also sent me a pic.
post #62 of 94
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Originally Posted by GoSurface View Post
God, the things we give names to. Thanks, kwilk also sent me a pic.

I still vote "cubbyhole" as the worst name given to a usable space...
post #63 of 94
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
What? You are making even less sense than before. For what does anybody need an alibi? Did anybody advocate killing the poor man? I don't think so.
You guys are all suspects. BU-WA-HA-HA-HA-HA=HA!!!!
post #64 of 94
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Originally Posted by Orsini View Post
You guys are all suspects.

BU-WA-HA-HA-HA-HA=HA!!!!


Hmm, perhaps you protest too much...
post #65 of 94
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Originally Posted by Milhouse View Post
Hmm, perhaps you protest too much...
Nah! I got an abili. I was posting to your thread.
post #66 of 94
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
...For what does anybody need an alibi?
Under the Napoleonic code you do.... The victim was a nice guy. You guys should be ashamed of yourselves! http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la...,4595570.story They are looking for "Latino in his 20s with short brown hair and a large black T-shirt." You fit that description, don't you?
post #67 of 94
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Originally Posted by Orsini View Post
Under the Napoleonic code you do.... The victim was a nice guy. You guys should be ashamed of yourselves! http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la...,4595570.story They are looking for "Latino in his 20s with short brown hair and a large black T-shirt." You fit that description, don't you?
I think you forgot to take your medication. I still haven't a clue what you're talking about, but I will just add that it's more than a little insulting to have you keep referring to "us" and then post links to murdered homeless men. I suppose you find it funny, but really it's not. Anyway, I guess it's the proverbial two ships passing in the middle of the night, but I think you are the ONLY one who finds this amusing. Anyway... /end thread for rach2jlc
post #68 of 94
In San Francisco, this guy would probably be able to claim squatter's rights by now. That is, if Orsini hadn't killed him.
post #69 of 94
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That is actually a pretty sweet idea; I may try that if I ever lose my job.
You have my number, right?
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Originally Posted by Rye GB View Post
If the LAPD has the time to hide behind hedgerows in my neighborhood during every morning commute to hand out citations at Stop signs I believe they may have the time to fix this problem for you, God forbid we interrupt them from handing out frivolous tickets on behalf of local government quotas and make them conduct some real Police work.
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I've seen enough accidents and near-accidents with people rolling through stop signs or trying to jump the line at a multi-way stop during morning commute hours to differ with you on whether such tickets are "frivolous".
post #70 of 94
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In San Francisco, this guy would probably be able to claim squatter's rights by now. That is, if Orsini hadn't killed him.
Not me! I was the one who advocated easing him out "nicely" (somehow), without getting in dutch with the DA, without motivating the guy to come back and burn your house down, without scewing up your Karma, while bing a gentleman, and with style...
post #71 of 94
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
I think you forgot to take your medication. I still haven't a clue what you're talking about, but I will just add that it's more than a little insulting to have you keep referring to "us" and then post links to murdered homeless men. I suppose you find it funny, but really it's not. Anyway, I guess it's the proverbial two ships passing in the middle of the night, but I think you are the ONLY one who finds this amusing. Anyway... /end thread for rach2jlc
Murderer!
post #72 of 94
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In San Francisco, this guy would probably be able to claim squatter's rights by now. That is, if Orsini hadn't killed him.
Yeah, Unlawful Detainer.... Then the bum would evict the OP....
post #73 of 94
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Originally Posted by rach2jlc View Post
This makes sense and I apologize if I seemed "bothered" or "angry" by your post. Thanks, though, for the clarification. God willing, none of us will be homeless but, these days, who knows???

A postscript to my part in this thread:

1. Thank you

Rach2jlc for your reconsidered and thoughtful posts, often as answers to mine. Now get a pronouncable name.

2. I had identified with

Orsini in this thread because early on it seemed like we were of similar minds (and ages). I now disassociate myself because of his erratic, unclever and somewhat stupid postings here. Goodbye, Orsini; Rach2jlc's my buddy now.
post #74 of 94
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Originally Posted by Egdon Heath View Post
Thank you Rach2jlc for your reconsidered and thoughtful posts, often as answers to mine. Now get a pronouncable name..[/indent]

Yeah, I agree with you that my screen name is both dull and hard to pronounce. Unfortunately, it is one that has been stuck to me since 1999 or so, when I started ebay and online forums. Like a lot of older posters, we never really expected to use the name that long and so didn't put much thought into it beyond something easy to remember. Mine is simply an homage to Rachmaninov's 2nd piano concerto (the "Rach2") followed by my initials "JLC."

I've had it so long now, I don't have the heart to change it! And, it's the same on every forum and ebay, so I think changing it would be confusing.
post #75 of 94
Put up a banner on your carport that says "Free Blowjobs" and see if he still stays there.

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