Thursday, April 02nd, 2009 | Author:

Some people have a very strange idea of entertainment. When it got light this morning, I looked out the window and realized that our mailbox, and my neighbor’s, had been run over. The 4 x 4′s were snapped off at the ground, and pieces were scattered everywhere.

My first thought was that a drunk had just missed the road, but when I called it in to the local sheriff’s office, the deputy said a whole bunch of them had been knocked over. And the same thing had been done a couple weeks ago on a different road in the area.

How does destruction equal fun?

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4 Responses
  1. threecollie says:

    So sorry! What is wrong with people? We gave up on having a mail box because of incidences like that.

  2. Hercules Mulligan says:

    Oh man. So sorry you lost your mailbox! Hope it was empty…

    Maybe you could put your mailbox really close to your house. That way, if those punks are REALLY DESPERATE to smash your mailbox, you’ll have a really close swing at them. :) (*sinister snicker*)

  3. Mike B says:

    Lack of morals, lack of parential supervision and willingness to be a parent, desire to have the “fun” as defined by the world….
    Just be blessed a child or pet wasn’t harmed by these morally deprived heathens.

  4. akaGaGa says:

    Thanks, 3C. It’s just time wasted dealing with the deputy, and my husband’s in getting it back up.

    I like the way you think, Herky, but, alas, our mailbox is on the other side of the street … course, I could spend the night hiding behind my neighbor’s bushes. :)

    Mike, I truly am grateful no one was injured, but they do this stuff while everyone’s asleep, so I don’t think it was really dangerous from that standpoint.

    As for their lack? I’d say a good dose of the Holy Spirit would straighten them right out – and that’s what I’ve been praying for.