2008 October 6
by drmk

Firewood, used fence panels

Fence Panels for firewood or ??? Free, you load and haul.

This would be great as a haunted house prop for Holloween.



The mind boggles. What exactly would be a good prop: the fence posts? Or the car sitting jauntily atop the fence posts? And does the car come with the fence posts?

Well, I guess it’s one way to have a car parked on the driveway and still have access to the garage.

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  1. 2008 December 2
    becca permalink

    Well, I know how the car got onto the fence–the flood line on the garage behind is a tell-tale Katrina sign.

    What I want to know is: will they remove the car from my pile of firewood, or must I remove it myself? Are those downed power lines dangerous? Also, if one burns wood that was sitting in brackish, poisonous water for days, will bad things happen?

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  2. 2008 December 2
    drmk permalink

    If I remember correctly, this was from Florida; I remember thinking it was probably the result of a hurricane but I don’t think it was New Orleans/Katrina. The “flood line” looks like a break in the garage door panels, to me. Plus there’s no similarly placed flood line on the wooden fence.

    Even so, I still don’t get why you’d list the fence wood and show a picture of a car precariously perched on top of it. I’m assuming they’ve gotten the car down from there since then — would it have killed them to have taken a new picture?

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    • 2009 November 22
      Steve-O permalink

      The markings on the car window were made from a boat, during USAR (Urban Search and Rescue) operations.

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  3. 2009 September 24
    Pete permalink

    how? just, how? and why?

    the mind boggles. indeed, the mind. it boggles.

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    • 2009 November 22

      I find that the mind scrabbles more readily than it boggles. Well, my mind does, anyway.

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