Tramp Stamp

AOL

#24 May 2, 2012
Why not load the toys up and take them to a park!
the pigeons

Erie, PA

#25 May 2, 2012
Tramp Stamp wrote:
Why not load the toys up and take them to a park!
Stay the hell out of our park. The last thing we want is a bunch of noisy kids running around. If you are not here to feed us stay home.
Boomer

United States

#26 May 2, 2012
wow wrote:
<quoted text>
how would 7 year olds be out tagging things?
If they're chimps,they would be.
motorman

Erie, PA

#27 May 2, 2012
50cc is a lot louder than a weed wacker or lawnmower. How close to the neighbors house are they riding? Must be a pretty big lot in the city.
moochelle obama

Erie, PA

#28 May 2, 2012
ann romney wrote:
<quoted text>When our kids got too noisy I had the nanny run them up to the south forty. We had a little tabernackle up there and those kids had a ball playing joseph smith and doing all sorts of cult stuff that they would dream up. When mitt came home from a hard day firing people and canabalizing someones business he would join in the fun. We had a riot back in those days.
Hell that ain't nothin. We take our kids all over the damn world on your dime. Hawaii, Marth's Vinyard, you name it. Barry be a good hubby and be lettin us use da treasury for our fun. Sucks to be a respoxible taxpayer.
Sam

Erie, PA

#29 May 2, 2012
Mad Neighbor wrote:
I live in the city of Erie. I have a neighbor who has recently called the cops on my 2 younger sons (under the age of 7) for riding their 50cc dirt bikes in their yard on THEIR property. Let me tell you if you don't already know, these little bikes are as noisy as a weed wacker or lawn mower. They were doing no harm, they were in their yard. It was during the day, not at dark. This bitch goes and calls the cops and tries to crush two little boys dreams. Hey they could be out and about tagging things, stealing things or just plain causing trouble but no they are in their yard doing what they love to do best! Anyone else see a problem with this home wrecking bitch?
Move back to Wattsburg then you can be an a**hole and nobody would really notice.
curious

Greensburg, PA

#30 May 2, 2012
If the bikes are as quiet as you say I don't see what the problem is. I have neighbors who bought their kids quads and they drive all over the neighborhood with them . The noise drives me crazy. my house sits right off of the alley and they go up and down reving their motors. Very disrespectful!what did the police say to you?
Union_Mrs

AOL

#31 May 3, 2012
You should be teaching your children to respect other peoples property. The woman doesn't want them in HER yard, then instruct them to stay out. That solves the entire problem.

Many children today are not taught to respect people and property. Stop making excuses and parent properly and they will become responsible adults.
CWGrisold

Mount Aetna, PA

#32 May 3, 2012
I think we should pass a city ordinance banning the use of dirt bikes. They're for country folk on expansive tracts of land. What the hell kind of moron living in the city actually buys a dirt bike for their 7 year old?

You're the problem, lady!
yoo hoo

Cincinnati, OH

#34 May 3, 2012
Try this: the next time the police are called and respond, get together with the police and the neighbor and have the police tell you both what the rule/law is. Then you will both know with a voice of authority whether your kids can ride or not.
Ta Da!
;)
Erie always

Sewickley, PA

#35 May 3, 2012
Come back here when your brats are 16 and everyone else is at fault when they are busted for arson, stealing, drugs and whatever.
You're the parent and only YOU are responsible.
I had kids too, and I didn't let my kids play in someone else's yard, I had tons of their friends at my house where I could supervise, and my kids turned out to be successful, not bums.
i think

Mansfield, OH

#36 May 3, 2012
you people are all mentally challenged.
George Soros

Shreve, OH

#37 May 3, 2012
Wow I can not believe how stupid some of you are she wrote the kids are riding in there yard not the neighbors yard
erie resident

Erie, PA

#38 May 3, 2012
call a realtor and move if it is that bad. maybe to the country with more privacy. dirt bikes shouldn't be driven around a yard anyway. no one wants to hear that noise no matter what the age.
cheetos

United States

#39 May 3, 2012
wow, what a bunch of old farts! you guys make it sound like these boys are running them 10 hours a day. No doubt your neurotic schnitzerdoodle isn't dropping a lincoln log in their yard at 5 a.m. and doesn't stop yapping until after you got home from work to give it it's next dose of meds :o
Stu Pedaso

Erie, PA

#40 May 4, 2012
If your kids are riding with hearing protection the bikes are probably loud enough that the woman has a right to complain. They ride them every day. No one mows or grass-whips every day.

That she didn't complain to you is probably because your apparent obliviousness to the rest of society beyond your property line led her to correctly assume she'd have wasted her time.
whatever

Erie, PA

#41 May 4, 2012
Wow, douchebags out in full force today. Let's see:

1. She said on her property, not on the neighbors property. Go back and read it again.

2. She did say it was during the day, so it is not disturbing the peace.

3. She has boys. She openly admits that they are not angels. However, at 7 years of age, I doubt they are thugs yet. They are too preoccupied with their dirt bikes.

4. The police have been called already about this matter. Had it been wrong or illegal, I believe they would have told her by now and cited her for the bikes.

5. She has the right to buy her children dirt bikes and let them have fun riding them. Don't hate her for indulging her children.

6. I bought my children a trampoline. It was perceived as a reckless toy by some, even though there was an enclosure to keep them from falling off. I also was there to supervise my children in case of an accident. My kids LOVED it.

7. The neighbor could have come over and talked it out with her. A smile and pleasant conversation goes along way. I speak from experience on some cranky neighbors I had in the past. We have smoothed over our differences.

8. Seven year old boys/girls have dreams. I wanted to be a princess at that age. This country was founded on dreams, remember that.

9. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. We must, as individuals, respect each other and try to get along with each other.

10. I also know of a child who has a dirt bike, and actually races them. He has been doing this since about seven years of age. HE LOVES IT.

Stay classy everyone!
yoo hoo

Cincinnati, OH

#42 May 4, 2012
whatever wrote:
Wow, douchebags out in full force today. Let's see:
1. She said on her property, not on the neighbors property. Go back and read it again.
2. She did say it was during the day, so it is not disturbing the peace.
3. She has boys. She openly admits that they are not angels. However, at 7 years of age, I doubt they are thugs yet. They are too preoccupied with their dirt bikes.
4. The police have been called already about this matter. Had it been wrong or illegal, I believe they would have told her by now and cited her for the bikes.
5. She has the right to buy her children dirt bikes and let them have fun riding them. Don't hate her for indulging her children.
6. I bought my children a trampoline. It was perceived as a reckless toy by some, even though there was an enclosure to keep them from falling off. I also was there to supervise my children in case of an accident. My kids LOVED it.
7. The neighbor could have come over and talked it out with her. A smile and pleasant conversation goes along way. I speak from experience on some cranky neighbors I had in the past. We have smoothed over our differences.
8. Seven year old boys/girls have dreams. I wanted to be a princess at that age. This country was founded on dreams, remember that.
9. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions. We must, as individuals, respect each other and try to get along with each other.
10. I also know of a child who has a dirt bike, and actually races them. He has been doing this since about seven years of age. HE LOVES IT.
Stay classy everyone!
I'll debate #4. From my experience this scenario would not suprise me: the neighbor repeatedly calls the cops. Often they respond. Finally they decide to cite the mother with the kids and bikes with disturbing the peace telling them to fight it in court to settle it.(And don't let them ride again in the meanwhile.)

Don't assume police are going to settle all problems. The legal system is designed to inconvenience people into submission.

Happy Friday ;)
Glen

Akron, OH

#43 May 4, 2012
Nothing as fine as City Livin'. No thanks.
motorman

Erie, PA

#45 May 6, 2012
Mad Neighbor...how big is your yard??

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