St. Marys having a mini housing sale ?

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Hope

Saint Marys, GA

#1 Apr 12, 2013
Tell your story about the housing sales taking place. Your thoughts on what it means.
Telling it like it is

Woodbine, GA

#2 Apr 12, 2013
Folks are trying to get the hell out of there. I know I would if I lived there.
Jorge

Herndon, PA

#3 Apr 12, 2013
House on Pt Peter sold within a week of listing. Seller was military xfer.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#4 Apr 12, 2013
Things have been looking up for Oscar Wells (Baytown Homes) over here in Victoria Landing.
He's had at least one(after another) under construction since the beginning of the year. Sold a couple too.

More buying activity than renting activity in the neighborhood right now.
Shanaanaa

Dornsife, PA

#5 Apr 12, 2013
Whatever.
Not the School Marm

Saint Marys, GA

#6 Apr 13, 2013
two, too, to.

get it right Moreno.
Schoolmarm

Dornsife, PA

#7 Apr 13, 2013
Not the School Marm wrote:
two, too, to.
get it right Moreno.
Actually, Mr. Moreno was correct in using "too". However he should have typed, "Sold a couple, too."

Julian, I am disappointed in you. But I won't rap your stubby little hands this time. They are probably still sore from yesterday.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#8 Apr 14, 2013
Not the School Marm wrote:
two, too, to.
get it right Moreno.
You are correct. You are definitely not. Get it right, fool.
The Cartel

Kingsland, GA

#9 Apr 14, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Things have been looking up for Oscar Wells (Baytown Homes) over here in Victoria Landing.
He's had at least one(after another) under construction since the beginning of the year. Sold a couple too.
More buying activity than renting activity in the neighborhood right now.
All Navy with big dogs. Springtime moves the fleet.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#10 Apr 14, 2013
Perhaps one of the big dogs is what so spooked the very healthy looking, mature doe that bounded across the vacant lots right outside may kitchen window at 1:05 PM today.

She pondered jumping the back fence of Brant Creek but thought better of it at the last second. She did a graceful mid-air pivot and ran down into the woods where I came face-to-face with a six point buck in the winter of 2011.

Those would be the same woods a whippoorwill has been calling from for the last few nights.

The mocking birds nesting in the pyracanther in my back yard are feasting on adult mole crickets emerging from my lawn. They have not yet dive bombed me and C.J. but they probably will when their eggs hatch.

Last night, just at dusk, as I was checking out the thousands of seeds coming up in my wildflower plot, the neighborhood's year-round resident mated pair of Canada geese flew directly over my head and so low that they had to bank and pull up to clear the two-story across the street.

They were headed to the big retention pond where I saw an Osprey struggling to fly off with a bream the size of a sandwich plate a couple of days ago.

All of the neighborhood outdoor cats have disappeared. I'm sure I'll see the coyote I figure is responsible one of these days.

So far, I have not seen the large eastern black racer that always estivates on my lot. He usually suns himself quite brazenly on my lawn for the first couple of days after he pops out.

All-in-all, an interesting neighborhood.
Mensa reject

Dornsife, PA

#11 Apr 14, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Perhaps one of the big dogs is what so spooked the very healthy looking, mature doe that bounded across the vacant lots right outside may kitchen window at 1:05 PM today.
She pondered jumping the back fence of Brant Creek but thought better of it at the last second. She did a graceful mid-air pivot and ran down into the woods where I came face-to-face with a six point buck in the winter of 2011.
Those would be the same woods a whippoorwill has been calling from for the last few nights.
The mocking birds nesting in the pyracanther in my back yard are feasting on adult mole crickets emerging from my lawn. They have not yet dive bombed me and C.J. but they probably will when their eggs hatch.
Last night, just at dusk, as I was checking out the thousands of seeds coming up in my wildflower plot, the neighborhood's year-round resident mated pair of Canada geese flew directly over my head and so low that they had to bank and pull up to clear the two-story across the street.
They were headed to the big retention pond where I saw an Osprey struggling to fly off with a bream the size of a sandwich plate a couple of days ago.
All of the neighborhood outdoor cats have disappeared. I'm sure I'll see the coyote I figure is responsible one of these days.
So far, I have not seen the large eastern black racer that always estivates on my lot. He usually suns himself quite brazenly on my lawn for the first couple of days after he pops out.
All-in-all, an interesting neighborhood.
Seeds don't come up, but seedlings or sprouts do.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#12 Apr 14, 2013
One must apply to be rejected. No need to apply.

My Navy GCT score of 140 (74 GCT/66 ARI) more than qualifies.

Look it up.

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#13 Apr 14, 2013
http://www.us.mensa.org/join/testscores/quali...

Scroll down to Navy GCT prior to 1980. Took mine in 1966. The cut score for Mensa is 68 out of 75 on the GCT, or verbal part of the test.

I scored 74 out of a possible of 75.

Choke on it, Bozo.
Mensa reject

Dornsife, PA

#14 Apr 14, 2013
Everyone knows what a liar you are, reject. No self-aggrandizing idiot such as yourself possesses the intelligence you claim. Intelligent people convey their intelligence by the way they communicate and interact with others. You are obviously lacking. Sorry, Mensa reject, you are just not believable.
Jorge

Herndon, PA

#15 Apr 14, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
mature doe that bounded across the vacant lots right outside may kitchen window
"may kitchen window?" Genius!
Jorge

Herndon, PA

#16 Apr 14, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
httpI scored 74 out of a possible of 75.
Choke on it, Bozo.
It says you had (emphasis on had) great potential. What have you accomplished with that potential, genius?

“The one and only! ”

Since: Oct 10

St. Marys, GA

#17 Apr 15, 2013
Again, where is it written - other than the totally anthropogenic screed known as the Bile - that anyone is obliged to "accomplish" a damned thing, especially as determined by anyone else?

If I want to "hide my light under a "bushel" then encase it in cement, it's nobody's business but mine, anonymous coward.
Jorge

Herndon, PA

#18 Apr 15, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Again, where is it written - other than the totally anthropogenic screed known as the Bile - that anyone is obliged to "accomplish" a damned thing, especially as determined by anyone else?
If I want to "hide my light under a "bushel" then encase it in cement, it's nobody's business but mine, anonymous coward.
In other words, "zipshit."
Anon

Kingsland, GA

#19 Apr 15, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Again, where is it written - other than the totally anthropogenic screed known as the Bile - that anyone is obliged to "accomplish" a damned thing, especially as determined by anyone else?
If I want to "hide my light under a "bushel" then encase it in cement, it's nobody's business but mine, anonymous coward.
Must be dark in that basket.
IDK

Stuart, FL

#20 Apr 15, 2013
Moreno Jay wrote:
Perhaps one of the big dogs is what so spooked the very healthy looking, mature doe that bounded across the vacant lots right outside may kitchen window at 1:05 PM today.
She pondered jumping the back fence of Brant Creek but thought better of it at the last second. She did a graceful mid-air pivot and ran down into the woods where I came face-to-face with a six point buck in the winter of 2011.
Those would be the same woods a whippoorwill has been calling from for the last few nights.
The mocking birds nesting in the pyracanther in my back yard are feasting on adult mole crickets emerging from my lawn. They have not yet dive bombed me and C.J. but they probably will when their eggs hatch.
Last night, just at dusk, as I was checking out the thousands of seeds coming up in my wildflower plot, the neighborhood's year-round resident mated pair of Canada geese flew directly over my head and so low that they had to bank and pull up to clear the two-story across the street.
They were headed to the big retention pond where I saw an Osprey struggling to fly off with a bream the size of a sandwich plate a couple of days ago.
All of the neighborhood outdoor cats have disappeared. I'm sure I'll see the coyote I figure is responsible one of these days.
So far, I have not seen the large eastern black racer that always estivates on my lot. He usually suns himself quite brazenly on my lawn for the first couple of days after he pops out.
All-in-all, an interesting neighborhood.
Well aren't you just a little Doctor Dolittle.....and all the time I would have pegged you for the child who pulled the wings off of flies.

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