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06-23-2014 04:27 PM
06-23-2014 07:11 PM
As a person who has owned hearse past and present, I find it extremely rude of you to think it will devalue your neighborhood. First of all, many hearses, depending on the year, are considered classic cars and are to be respected as such. Secondly, has there been any real indication that an illegal funeral business has been operational in that house? We have many friends that own hearses and are proud to show them off. Some of those friends, who are vey upstanding citizens and do a lot of good in the community, are in the funeral business. For some, their hearse is their sole mode of transportation to and from work. Have you even asked them to cover it so your delicate sensibilities aren't injured any more? Have you even once considered knocking on their door and have a grown up conversation and come to an agreement that you both are content with? Your ignorance knows no bounds and frankly, maybe you should move away so the nice hearse owner doesn't have to put up with a neighbor like you.
The thread your are responding to is 6 years old and the OP is no longer active on the boards.
06-24-2014 10:52 AM
When I read this, I had to laugh because the first thing I thought of, was their last name Munsters?
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