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Neighbors Fight Over Grass… Like Actual Grass… Not Weed

April 20, 2017

Here we go! Just why this blog was started… posting people embarrassing the rest of us Pittsburghers!

We meet Victor and Carey in the middle of a grass-clippings throwing match:

The criminal complaint reports both men are accused of throwing grass at each other. Delmar told police that Gregorini threw some grass at him with a shovel; while Gregorini accuses Delmar of throwing grass, blowing it at him with his tractor and knocking him over with a bushel full of clippings.

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As the story unfolds and, as you mom used to say, “It’s all fun until someone swings a machete.” The crazy thing about this is that Delmar and Gregorini AREN’T 7 years old! They are both “Mario Lemieux,” 66!!!

Way to go boys! You guys are the EPITOME of “there goes the neighborhood!”  We recommend you guys sign up for a Seniors Hockey League at a local ice rink. For one reason, the beer is usually super cold.  Secondly, you guys can throw more than grass clippings.. you can throw punches!  Then, you guys can fight once a week— with no chance of going to jail or getting hit by a machete—you only have to sit in a penalty box for 10 minutes each time, Ya Jagoffs!

John Chamberlin

I write about Jagoffs, i.e. stupid politicians, awful sports officials, dumb criminals, bad drivers, ignorant people and on and on. BTW, Jagoff is NOT a swear word. It can be just as confusing as their, there and they're. Sometimes it's actually used as a term of endearment. My Pittsburgh blog is Twitter is @YaJagoff.

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3 Responses to Neighbors Fight Over Grass… Like Actual Grass… Not Weed

  1. April 21, 2017 at 1:44 am

    The sad thing is that neighborhood disputes like that lead to 911 calls *all the time*.

  2. April 20, 2017 at 11:18 pm

    This is what I call young-at-heart: two sixty-somethings acting like fifth graders. Who says you have to grow old gracefully! 😉

  3. April 20, 2017 at 2:30 pm

    That is quite the saying about the machete. I might have to borrow that from your mom! LOL

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