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Discussion in 'Fishing' started by BassAddict83, Jul 14, 2013.
Sad!! But true!
Plus one on that. Best I can tell from our GA neighbors, they also deem the words No and Tresspassing unnecessary to be taught in public school as well.
Diddo on that! I had a guy drive by me and waive while driving across my hay field with me on the tractor moving hay. When I drove down to politely ask him who give him permission he proceeded to argue with me that someone else owned it. I mean honest mistake it had only been in our family for 50 yrs!
reminds me of the time we had several people shooting on the line at our range on our place and out of no where several four wheelers drove across our field down range of us.
I've heard that one before as well. It was on property owned by my great grandfather and passed down the line.
Thats jacked up....:highly_amused:
I laughed at that. But just a little. Still stings a bit.
I just posted the door against this one, not gonna have that crap happening-
Now that was a good thread.
Just had to add something. Just go back to what old Tim Farmer says; "remember always ask permission, and thank the land owner!" Lol
Better hang a sign on the wife too, she looks good and a feller might just park next door and walk over......
hahahahahahaha! Best post yet.
Not too worried about that one, if she talked to him for more than thirty seconds he would leave-
Even if it's not posted????????
Common sense will tell you that if its not posted, it doesn't matter. Geez. Now if you need to park in a public parking lot for a short period of time, make sure you get permission. Don't be THAT guy.