Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Low intensity conflict in the suburbs

'Angry Neighbors With Paintball Guns' amazed at reaction :: WRAL.com: "Durham, N.C. — A group of Durham residents taking aim at speeders with the threat of a paintball gun said Tuesday that they are 'amazed and gratified at the reaction.'

The group, Angry Neighbors With Paintball Guns, posted signs at strategic locations throughout the city, warning motorists to slow down or risk being shot at with a paintball gun."

So what if the drivers start shooting back? It will be like the wild west out there except that instead of being dead everybody will be covered with paint.


Fallah D. Rules PCAM said...

I hope they get their paint colors preapproved by the board. Can't have non conforming paint colors devaluing the neighborhood now, can we?

Beth said...

"Fallah"--that is funny!

TSA said...

Put Fallah on the terrorist watch list.

Fallah D. Rules PCAM said...

This is serious business. You all think it is funny and make fun of all the rules but you don't know how serious the wrong shade of chartreuse can be. Why, it might not blend in with the original color concept of the neighborhood even though they may be dated and faded.

And remember, we have rules for a reason. Without rules, why people might just think they can do anything they want to their property and we can't have THAT!

TSA talk to your leaders. We are of like mind when it comes to enforcement so no terrorist list for me and my fella PCAMS, CCAMS and BCAMS