Fridays Likileake No More Lawn Ornaments Allowed
This Likileake leakes Stupid Law:
No more lawn ornaments allowed?
No more lawn ornaments allowed: Did you hear about the new lawn ornament ban in many sub-divisions? We have all seen those colored crystal balls that sit on a little stand and those plastic flamingos sitting in front of people’s homes for years.
Well it seems like the city councilmen in many different cities have decided these trinkets have got to go. The theory is if a homeowner is allowed to put items on display on his lawn in front of his house that it could open the door to displaying items offensive to some people.
I personally am not offended to see two plastic flamingos in someone’s yard. The crystal ball reminds me of my grandmother’s front yard. I have no problem with it what so ever. My guess is the next rule coming into effect will be no more Halloween displays allowed in your front yard.
God help us if they ever ban Christmas decorations. Have you had your fill of rules and laws that are stupid?
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