Brandie

Kittanning, PA

#1 Jan 22, 2011
A truck load of rednecks has attempted to enter Eagles Nest Country Club & Resort. What can we do to keep these immigrants out of our neighborhood? Seems like there are plenty of other places they can live other than here--after all, we have worked hard for what we have. They dress so down, and their English is barely recognizable. What would you do if it were your neighborhood?

Level 8

Since: Sep 08

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#2 Jan 22, 2011
Throw a block party - The "Nest" ain't exclusive any more -

“Capitalist”

Level 4

Since: Mar 09

Somerset, KY

#3 Jan 22, 2011
I go to parties at the house of one of the rednecks you speak of in Eagles Nest. He's not an uppity kind of guy, dresses in jeans and t-shirts. He's a very hard worker, and has worked hard for what he's got too.

I agree with KIA9, throw a block party and get to know your neighbors better. You might just be surprised at how much you have in common. Don't judge a book by it's cover.

Level 8

Since: Sep 08

Location hidden

#4 Jan 22, 2011
Living in the "Nest" used to be exclusive to a few - Nowadays , everybody's broke and making interest payments , only - Climb down that social ladder and come on back to the basics - It's great down here - I'd rather be friendly and comfortable than lonely and uppity - You're among friends , enjoy them -
Tough Love

Corbin, KY

#5 Jan 22, 2011
Brandie wrote:
A truck load of rednecks has attempted to enter Eagles Nest Country Club & Resort. What can we do to keep these immigrants out of our neighborhood? Seems like there are plenty of other places they can live other than here--after all, we have worked hard for what we have. They dress so down, and their English is barely recognizable. What would you do if it were your neighborhood?
Are they immigrants or rednecks? Maybe NY or Chicago could have "immigrant rednecks," but here in KY believe they are home grown.

Actually, we looked at some very nice homes in "The Nest" prior to building our current residence, but never considered any seriously. Thought the community was just OK, but for us the real turn off was the ugly above ground utilities. it made no sense to have a nice house and have to look at sagging power lines out every window.

If you are not inclined to welcome new neighbors as the others have suggested, you might want to consider moving. There are lots of really nice executive custom homes on the market. I'm sure any real estate agent would welcome your business.
Eve

Kittanning, PA

#8 Jan 22, 2011
Thank the gods we do not have this redneck problem here in Waitsboro Estates.

Level 1

Since: Dec 10

London, KY

#9 Jan 22, 2011
Eve wrote:
Thank the gods we do not have this redneck problem here in Waitsboro Estates.
i am one of those rednecks so many of you choose to putdown,,and i am proud to be so. you may not have a redneck problem there but letme inform you due to your blind ignorance,,,,YOU HAVE A BIGGER PROBLEM,, now see if you and your uppity self esteem is smart enuf to figure that out. may i also include,, ifn ya don't like this area load ur wagon and heist it outta here we don't want ya. reason being ifn ya stay we will have to put up with more of ur scrap, and we didn't even ask for you to stop here to begin with

“Capitalist”

Level 4

Since: Mar 09

Somerset, KY

#10 Jan 22, 2011
Eve wrote:
Thank the gods we do not have this redneck problem here in Waitsboro Estates.
I went to an auction right in front of you this summer for that big house on Old Monticello Road, and other properties there. How sure are you of that statement? lol

Level 1

Since: Dec 10

London, KY

#12 Jan 22, 2011
Tough Love wrote:
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Are they immigrants or rednecks? Maybe NY or Chicago could have "immigrant rednecks," but here in KY believe they are home grown.
Actually, we looked at some very nice homes in "The Nest" prior to building our current residence, but never considered any seriously. Thought the community was just OK, but for us the real turn off was the ugly above ground utilities. it made no sense to have a nice house and have to look at sagging power lines out every window.
If you are not inclined to welcome new neighbors as the others have suggested, you might want to consider moving. There are lots of really nice executive custom homes on the market. I'm sure any real estate agent would welcome your business.
followed me to another thread to continue your bs huh,,,wow how nice that is of you.
Not

United States

#16 Jan 22, 2011
johnie reb wrote:
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followed me to another thread to continue your bs huh,,,wow how nice that is of you.
Speaking of BS. This thread was started as a joke or a shot at snobs in Eagle's Nest. Look at Brandie's posts 2,3,4 minutes earlier. They were all waste of time posts trying to get a laugh. Could we all not take ourselves so seriously? It was a joke. Rednecks? We are all a little Redneck at best. Even our wealthy are just a generation removed from it. Pulaski County is a great place to live. Now let's all spend some time running meth out of here by 2012.

Since: Jan 08

London, KY

#17 Jan 23, 2011
Eve wrote:
Thank the gods we do not have this redneck problem here in Waitsboro Estates.
But 50 muslims living in one house is so much better right? lol
Brandie

Kittanning, PA

#18 Jan 23, 2011
To: Knot
Both Eve and myself like the way you think. Keep up the good work, and kind regards.
take a look around

Sheridan, AR

#19 Jan 23, 2011
Eagle's nest may have been something special 30-40 yrs ago. Today it's just an old neighborhood. most of the houses are really old and pale in comparison to some of the new houses in new neighborhoods. Maybe i don't see to well but i don't see anything special there. just a bunch of older people trying to hold on to the fact, that they may have been special at one time along time ago. Give up the ghost eagle's nest and get with the times.
Old Tea Bag

Indianapolis, IN

#20 Jan 23, 2011
Bear in mind, there are "rednecks" who are honest farm-folk and then there are "rednecks" who are human-sized vermin. One kind you consider friends, one kind you don't want to know where you live.

Level 1

Since: Dec 10

London, KY

#21 Jan 23, 2011
Old Tea Bag wrote:
Bear in mind, there are "rednecks" who are honest farm-folk and then there are "rednecks" who are human-sized vermin. One kind you consider friends, one kind you don't want to know where you live.
so true old tea bag,,,,,when some go to runnin down rednecks as a whole that get me,,and some people wearin jeans,, hey most of them are my kinda people,,so ifn ya run them kinda people down,,i do get a little ruffled,,so to speak. joke or no joke runnin people down is very low-life in my book. some can't help there problems,,others don't want to,,but these are very different people,,don't put them in the same barell/barrel which ever way that word is spelled.:)

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