Yeah Kommifornia is always trying to pass stupid laws....I keep asking my fiancee How are we supposed to raise kids out here anymore?I wish it weren't true, but in many places (not sure about Anaheim) it IS against the law to smoke on your own patio if there are people above you. This "right to smoke" is going bye bye at every turn.
the problem is you cant make everyone happy. once they learn that maybe things would be nicer. Its really a pretty place to live. If I could afford it I would still be living out there.Yeah Kommifornia is always trying to pass stupid laws....I keep asking my fiancee How are we supposed to raise kids out here anymore?
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Yeah maybe I should have a mini herf.....Say 8 hours out on the patio sending huge clouds of smoke up to them....Ah, one of the benefits of living out in the middle of no-where with no neighbors- No complaints about what the heck I do on my own property. Heck, it is bad enough that I have to deal with the Mrs. about the cigar smoke, I can't imagine not even being able to smoke outside my own place.
With the regulation that is going on now of days- no smoking in bars, public areas, etc., it would kill me not to even be able to sit on my porch and smoke a cigar.
I wish all of you guys with bad neighbors the best of luck- Hopefully you can "smoke em out" of the area
Im the same way. I get along pretty well with my neighbors and they tell me if im bothering them and I do the same. on night like last night all the windows were open so i went to the side of my townhouse so i didnt keep them up with the smoke. I think if my neighbors were mean to me about it I would not even care though. :2I live in an apartment and have the same problem. My neighbor doesn't slam a glass door, but she insists on coming halfway down the stairs and glaring at me as I sit on my patio and smoke. Every time I just say something to the effect of "Can I help you?" and every time she stomps up the steps cussing at me in Spanish. If she was nice about it, or at least talked to me, then I'd consider smoking at different times or figure something out. Staring at me and not saying anything is not going to make me change. Until something is said, I'll enjoy my smokes as I have been in (relative) peace and quiet.
Oh, I don't care, and I won't until she is civilized about it. For a while there was an elderly man that lived across from me. He asked that I didn't smoke outside when he was on his walk. I fully respected that and altered accordingly. The difference was that he was very respectful and kind about it.I think if my neighbors were mean to me about it I would not even care though. :2
Gah, LUCKY! I'll trade you (neighbors, I mean).I just bought a house and got really lucky that my neighbor (on one side at least) is a fellow BOTL. We've exchanged a few cigars and everything.