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Mountain View, MO

To the wedding party who rented the VFW Hall on Saturday,...

Thank you waycool for making the simple point that ALL I was complaining about is trespassing and stealing. I appreciate your comment. Whatadufas, I couldn't agree more with the context of your post. The laws are pretty much the same in every state. For the record, I would never ever shoot anyone for stepping across my boundary (trespassing), nor stealing anything outside. Taking a human life over something so benign is ridiculous. My comment was towards Vigilent, who seems to think it's a game to go and steal out of people's yards. I have seen many news reports over croggety old men shooting first and asking questions later. Vigilent might not think his game is so funny if he ended up looking into the barrel of a gun because of his "game". That's all I said. As stated in my VERY first post, I stated that I could care less about that stupid cooler, it was just the fact that something was stolen out of my yard. I sure as hell wouldn't shoot someone for taking something, or anything out of my yard. If I heard someone in the night, I'd simply call the police. Wouldn't you? Many of us have guns for protection, so if someone tried to break in, would you not shoot them or at least aim your gun at them, or is it just there for direction? I, for one, once they came through my door, would shoot. So, I'd appreciate it very much if you guys would quit taking what I said out of context. If you feel the need to trespass or steal from someone, go ahead. Morality states that that is illegal, and an invasion of privacy. We all have the right to privacy and if we have yard art in our yards, or coolers or whatever, then we have the right for that stuff to be in our yards when we wake up the next morning. That's all I ever said, and am still saying.  (Aug 24, 2012 | post #46)

Mountain View, MO

To the wedding party who rented the VFW Hall on Saturday,...

Thank you Caution. FINALLY someone gets it. And your right, I already spoke to the VFW about it.  (Jun 13, 2012 | post #17)

Mountain View, MO

To the wedding party who rented the VFW Hall on Saturday,...

And the last sentence should have read I WOULDN'T trust you as far as I could throw you. Your comments about somehow this being my fault have really chapped my butt. And what upsets me more is a society that condones trespassing and stealing. I can't believe you people condone is either. Despicable.  (Jun 12, 2012 | post #15)

Mountain View, MO

To the wedding party who rented the VFW Hall on Saturday,...

I really and truly just don't get most you folks. From what I'm understanding, it's okay to trespass on people's property, and also to steal. How I'm being blamed for this is beyond anything I've ever heard. It matters not whether the cooler was in good shape, or why I had it out there IN MY YARD to begin with. If I choose to put a hat on a pole, it's still my yard and my stuff. Trespassing is illegal, and stealing is as well. Somehow a lot of you are missing that and justifying your behavior. I find it disgusting. I was raised better than that. As for bingo being illegal, I didn't know that either, but you know what? At least the VFW Hall asked my permission for parking in my yard. None of the reception folks did. And don't give me that BS about not knowing anyone lived here. I went out a few times to put my dog out, and many of you were in the parking lot and saw me. You all have excuses, but your excuses make no sense whatsoever. The issue here is not whether I don't have a life, or whether I used the ice chest for covering a sewer trip. The issue is parking illegally without caring if it was my yard you were parking all on, and whether trespassing and stealing is right. You wouldn't like it if I came and parked all up in your yard, and you wouldn't like it if I came in your yard and took something that belonged to you. It's that simple. Again, I'm not mad about the cooler, I am mad that you choose to walk into my yard, which wasn't yours, and took something that was mine, not yours. That's it, I've had it with all your stupid comments and justifications for immoral and illegal actions. I'm glad you aren't my friends, because I would trust you as far as I could throw you.  (Jun 12, 2012 | post #14)

Mountain View, MO

To the wedding party who rented the VFW Hall on Saturday,...

I do live in Mountain View. And to the rude people who commented, let me say this. I moved here two months ago, and moved here because Mountain View seemed like a nice, quaint, friendly town. I love this little town. My point here is, does Mountain View condone going into someone's yard and just taking what they want? Doug, why don't you tell me where you live, and let me drive by and see if there is anything in your yard that I might like to take home. It doesn't matter why the ice chest was there, what matters is that it was on MY property. To the person who came and petted my pit, you my friend, had to trespass to do that. THAT'S WHAT I'M TALKING ABOUT. So according to some people here, everyone in Mountain View should take all their yard art in during the night to prevent stealing? If I hang up clothes on a clothes line, are they there for your taking? I could care less about the ice chest. And no, to Foxy Lady,that's not my ice chest. What I do care about is trespassing on someone's property, plain and simple. To "from the party" if I had seen who took it, I would have damn sure stopped them. I know for a fact it was someone from the wedding party, because it was there when you guys were here, and it was gone when you left. Do the math. You people who condone this, or somehow blame me are pathetic, and that is why our society is in the state is again. Doesn't anyone govern their actions by morality anymore?  (Jun 12, 2012 | post #10)

Mountain View, MO

To the wedding party who rented the VFW Hall on Saturday,...

Doug, it was out in my yard to cover up the sewer trap so that little old ladies who play bingo wouldn't run over it. I was asked by the VFW Hall to do that. And really, that's the best you can come up with? It's my yard, am I not allowed to put things in or on it?  (Jun 11, 2012 | post #3)

Mountain View, MO

To the wedding party who rented the VFW Hall on Saturday,...

I am the home who shares the parking lot with the VFW Hall, which you rented last night for a wedding reception. Not only did you park illegally in my yard, which I overlooked because it was a joyous occasion for you, but one of your guest stole an orange ice chest out of my yard. On a tree by the ice chest, there is a sign that states "no trespassing". I could care less about the ice chest, really, but whoever took it walked INTO my yard about 50 ft. and took something that didn't belong to you. You violated my right to privacy, and my right to put things in my yard without the worry of someone walking in and taking something of mine. I want it back, plain and simple. I just want you to know that because of your actions, you have ruined parking for everyone. I am fixing to put up boundary markers stating "no parking,private property", and will take pictures of whoever violates my right to privacy. Whoever taught you that it's okay to come into someone's yard and take things that don't belong to you taught you wrong. I don't want you to trespass into my yard and put it back where you got it, I want you to knock on my door and politely return it to me, and an apology would be nice.  (Jun 10, 2012 | post #1)