Re: Oh. My. Gawd.
- From: Kevin <kevin@firstname.lastname@example.org. com>
- Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2005 23:16:37 -0500
On Thu, 14 Jul 2005 22:12:05 +0900, dagbrown@xxxxxxx (Dave Brown) wrote:
>Graham Reed <greed@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
>> I tried being rude to one of the twits flinging unwanted newspapers
>> onto everyone's porch--having arrived home early one day.
>Thereby guaranteeing a lifetime supply of such newspapers from the
>fellow, dumping them off in bonus quantities at your place as a
>matter of spite.
I live in a house on a corner lot and we'd get copies of the local free
shopper at the "back" door, as well as the front, despite the hugh bush that
overhangs half of the steps we never use, and my telling the delivery twit
we didn't want a copy at either door.
I took a collection of several months worth of the rags in various stages of
decomposition (I'd just left them outside on the back steps) down to their
office and dumped them on the counter, telling the apprehensive office
droids that their delivery person in my neighborhood seemed to have trouble
understanding the phrase "I DON'T WANT ANY!"
That held them off for a while, and the local pay-per-view daily rag bought
the freebie rags out and just packs them in with the other inserts and