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How true, Jack. I hope everyone who uses those front stairs does it very carefully.
That is true for so many things Jack.
That's exactly what I think every morning when I look in the mirror Jack haha!!
Very clever. I've notice that sometimes a place can look better in a photo than in reality. Unless, of course, you blur it! :-)
True, they could keep their yard a little nicer. But you can't really blame them for the bins. Where else are you supposed to keep them? :)
I think that the trash cans in the front yard are tip offs.
You've proven your theory!
Most things closely examined are disappointing. That is my wife's complaint about blue ray disks, too much detail. Perhaps this house has been divided into apartments, so no one feels responsible for maintenance? Interesting.
I'm with Grace -- exactly what I think every morning when I look in the mirror, too!! Have a great day, Jack!
OK, looking closely I like the seminary more than this...
It stands out more when most of the houses in your area look so very well-kept. It's sad to see houses getting run down.
Very striking house... and trash!
Pretty soon the kids in the neighborhood will be calling it The Haunted House. Hopefully, the damage is only cosmetic.
It could be such a great looking home too.
OMG, this is so true, Jack!
We are all a tad shocked. Amazing.
Beautiful house, just needs some cleaning up!
I could use that nifty old gate/trellis in their garbage! Their Christmas lights are (still?) up... I think there's hope for the fine old house.
I'm with Grace on this one!Maybe some elderly person who just can't keep up with things anymore lives there?
It's kind of sad, really....
Same principle applies to me.
I wonder what the story is here.
So true! I've never understood why people store trash cans in front of their home. Bizarre.
You captured a trashy but a fact of life scene.
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