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Old 11-03-2011, 03:41 AM   #111
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Seriously, relax, don't worry. Leave him a flaming bag of poop

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Old 11-03-2011, 06:04 AM   #112
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BTW I think there is an adapter so that could use 1 lb propane tanks with a turkey fryer. That way you could keep brewing and tell your neighbor to go F himself.
Combine it with this and you can refill those 1gal tanks.

http://www.amazon.com/Heater-F276172-1-Pound-Disposable-Propane/dp/B000AMC5WO
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Old 11-03-2011, 02:26 PM   #113
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Reading this thread makes me so glad that I live in my own house in an area free of homeowners associations and with minimal town regulation.
I was thinking the same type of thing. Five acres about 20 miles out of the city, there's nobody around to give a poop what I'm doing and when I'm doing it.
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Old 11-03-2011, 02:41 PM   #114
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Combine it with this and you can refill those 1gal tanks.

http://www.amazon.com/Heater-F276172-1-Pound-Disposable-Propane/dp/B000AMC5WO
i thought about the 1 gallon tanks, and i saw the refilling. that looks too dangerous refilling those green tanks, no thanks i like my hands
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Old 11-03-2011, 03:38 PM   #115
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your so lucky. i grew up in a quiet town outside of Boston on a farm, then lived in the some nice cities that border Boston. I tell ya, living in the socal beach cities does have its advantages, i do miss the neighborhood type feeling. this place is so overcrowded i really want to pack up and move to the mountains, or a rural place like NH or VT. ive been here for 7 years and its been great, i at least have to stay another 2 years or so to finish some things, but i want out of LA but definable would miss the beach cities. I want a place with no neighbors so close.


I hear you. I grew up in a Pittsburgh neighborhood (neighbors, close), worked in NYC for ten years (loved the fast pace plus: wonderful, unbelievable eye-candy), but love it where I am now. 15-50 minutes to downtown Albany (state capital) but with space and relative quiet. I have neighbors, but with 8 acres on one side, 5 acres on the other and still close to the grocery store (1 mile, so walkable).

Then again, I wouldn't mind a couple/few months near a so-cal beach! (Well, given this thread...assuming I had a good supply of home-brew stored up! )
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Old 11-03-2011, 05:50 PM   #116
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i thought about the 1 gallon tanks, and i saw the refilling. that looks too dangerous refilling those green tanks, no thanks i like my hands
Hm true. how about one of these?

http://www.amazon.com/Worthington-281149-1-Gallon-Cylinder-Prevention/dp/B000SKX63U

Kind of expensive for what it is but it could keep you brewing if all else fails.
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Old 11-03-2011, 06:06 PM   #117
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Reading this thread makes me so glad that I live in my own house in an area free of homeowners associations and with minimal town regulation.
A big fat, giant PLUS ONE to that!
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Bah Gawd! El Paso is my home town. Small world haha.
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Seriously, relax, don't worry. Leave him a flaming bag of poop
RDWHAHBALAFBOP

Relax, Don't Worry, Have a Homebrew And Leave a Flaming Bag of Poop!


No, but in all seriousness, this guy's a dick, and judging from your description of his hoarding, car situation, etc, I think there's way more dirt you've got on him than he'll ever have on you.

And if he keeps it up, you may be able to talk to the landlord and she might be able to evict him if he pushes it.
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