When Your Neighbor is...Uh...

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Premier Partners

When your neighbor is...uh...being stupid...

We're watching a drama unfold across the street. Our neighbors, none of which appear to be experienced loggers, are taking down a tall (about 60 feet tall) tree. After several attempts, a stuck chain saw, and multiple retying of the rope, the top half of this poor tree finally came down. This has been a 2 hour event, and now they're starting on the second victim, uh, tree.

At what point should a concerned neighbor step in? Should I just wait until there's blood or property damage and call the authorities? Assume it's nunamybizness? Tough call and here, I'm trying to concentrate on the market numbers for the week....

Skill or dumb luck?

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Kevin Henry
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Lets hope they have dumb luck and come out ok.
August 02, 2010 04:27 PM
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Todd Clark
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I certainly wouldn't go anywhere near those idiots if I were you as you will get killed. Darwin is waiting in the sidelines for those two, so keep the camera rolling!

August 03, 2010 12:06 AM
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Lynn Krogseng
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Kevin, They brought both trees down and apparently no injures.  I'm thinking they got lucky, they're probably thinking they're smart. 

 

Todd, I was as close as I wanted to be - across the street.  I was relieved and mildly surprised the guy in the pick-up didn't take out my mailbox.

August 03, 2010 01:03 AM
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