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Sapere Aude
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I'm gonna put Phil Baroni on a detox and he's gonna come out of Texas in the best shape of his life.
I'll put him to work in my mushroom farming room.
Imagine, Phil Baroni slinging mushrooms at small town Texas famers market.
Honestly sounds like a good plan.

I know a few addicts that took magic mushrooms and did a 180

I think he would look good in a baseball cap and a overalls slinging mushrooms, and he loves to talk so he could be a good salesman
 
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"Hey Phil, I heard you lost everything, your wife took your money house and dog, and the guys you were fighting for have made you an indentured servant by having you fight to pay off your company store debts... well, here's your mod badge for a small MMA website you've never heard of. Hope that helps!"
Trickle
Flow
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It starts with an idea.
 

Splinty

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Make sure you have some needles with sleepy time in them hidden around key spots in your home. I love your outgoing nature but if he decides he doesn’t want to leave you’re gonna have an awkward talk with the wife.
There's an extended stay down the street. I'll put him there for a month and wait for the owner to handle it.
 

Peace

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How long can I keep Phil Baroni at my house in Texas before he can claim squatters rights?
It's 7 days in California if consecutive, or 14 days over the course of a 6 month period. Hopefully your laws aren't as fucked as our. Tenants aren't people on a lease, they are people who stay at the property. Our eviction process is jacked too since if someone knows all the loopholes it can take 6+ months to get them extracted from the property.
 

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It's 7 days in California if consecutive, or 14 days over the course of a 6 month period. Hopefully your laws aren't as fucked as our. Tenants aren't people on a lease, they are people who stay at the property. Our eviction process is jacked too since if someone knows all the loopholes it can take 6+ months to get them extracted from the property.
this is pretty true most places. It was to empower tenants against bad landlords but man there's some weird stuff like airbnb guests staying too long!
There are times that someone can rent airbnb then stop and you have to evict them!
Always set your short term rentals to a maximum in line with your state law!
 

Peace

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this is pretty true most places. It was to empower tenants against bad landlords but man there's some weird stuff like airbnb guests staying too long!
There are times that someone can rent airbnb then stop and you have to evict them!
Always set your short term rentals to a maximum in line with your state law!
The definition of tenant does not apply to the argument though. Someone paying to rent a room or a house is where a landlord would come into play. Allowing a guest to stay at your house, and then they decide they don't want to leave, that's a different story all together. No money involved, except the court process for the now turned "landlord." With that law in my state, essentially any friend or any relative can claim tenant rights and stay rent free, utility free, for 6 months or longer (again, provided they know the loopholes to remain).
 

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The definition of tenant does not apply to the argument though. Someone paying to rent a room or a house is where a landlord would come into play. Allowing a guest to stay at your house, and then they decide they don't want to leave, that's a different story all together. No money involved, except the court process for the now turned "landlord." With that law in my state, essentially any friend or any relative can claim tenant rights and stay rent free, utility free, for 6 months or longer (again, provided they know the loopholes to remain).
Again, same in Texas. Time under roof living there, not time paying for it.
 

Inside Job

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We also have a moratorium on evictions until February.
I know dozens of furious renters right now.
So many tenants stopped paying right when they passed moratorium.

People intentionally living in nice places 3-6 months rent free despite still working...crazy shit.
 

Jdog93

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"Hey Phil, I heard you lost everything, your wife took your money house and dog, and the guys you were fighting for have made you an indentured servant by having you fight to pay off your company store debts... well, here's your mod badge for a small MMA website you've never heard of. Hope that helps!"
This would make a great country song.
 

Splinty

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Researches squatter rights for my location
thanks guys

Squatters are total pieces of shit.

The McCloskeys used squatters rights to claim a lawsuit to steal the greenspace you see here from the neighborhood, that they would later claim was them "defending their property".
They mowed the area and then filed a lawsuit stating that since they keep mowing it, it belongs to them.
Of course, a HOA hired landscaper would come through the gate, see the area mowed and not mow it again.
But that's what squatters do. Show up, act like they own the place, and if you don't kick those pieces of shit out, they do!

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Squatters are total pieces of shit.

The McCloskeys used squatters rights to claim a lawsuit to steal the greenspace you see here from the neighborhood, that they would later claim was them "defending their property".
They mowed the area and then filed a lawsuit stating that since they keep mowing it, it belongs to them.
Of course, a HOA hired landscaper would come through the gate, see the area mowed and not mow it again.
But that's what squatters do. Show up, act like they own the place, and if you don't kick those pieces of shit out, they do!

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that's funny


that one guy's camera looks like a rifle

self defense is a lock now
 

Splinty

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I don't doubt it for a second
sneaky lawyer moves
They once kicked over a beehive setup a Jewish school had on the OTHER SIDE of the HOA wall and threatened a tresspasing law suit if they didn't clean it up!
They have been claiming that wall and area as theirs (its the HOAs) and its assumed they will file a quite title lawsuit, just as the greenspace, in due time.

Smashing Jewish kids projects while slowly expanding their territory illegally...literally hitlers.
 

Jdog93

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Squatters are total pieces of shit.

The McCloskeys used squatters rights to claim a lawsuit to steal the greenspace you see here from the neighborhood, that they would later claim was them "defending their property".
They mowed the area and then filed a lawsuit stating that since they keep mowing it, it belongs to them.
Of course, a HOA hired landscaper would come through the gate, see the area mowed and not mow it again.
But that's what squatters do. Show up, act like they own the place, and if you don't kick those pieces of shit out, they do!

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They once kicked over a beehive setup a Jewish school had on the OTHER SIDE of the HOA wall and threatened a tresspasing law suit if they didn't clean it up!
They have been claiming that wall and area as theirs (its the HOAs) and its assumed they will file a quite title lawsuit, just as the greenspace, in due time.

Smashing Jewish kids projects while slowly expanding their territory illegally...literally hitlers.
That's bad and all but this is all I could focus on..

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