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:marseysnoo: HOW DARE U POSION PESTS U PYSCHO BITCH!? :marseysnoo:

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For real, keep ur fooking dawgs off my land! :marseypeacekeeper: :marseypeacekeeper: :marseytrans:

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@Gigavaccinator s fucking pitbull guide is going to make these people fucking detonate

Giga you better set your acct to private and delete all identifying info when you post it buddy because WOW these people love their wholesome pupperino

I have an entire section devoted to the best poisons.

I'm not afraid of being doxxed. I've literally never posted personal information on the internet, ever.

your real name is:

Gay Guh VAXX-O’Nator

r-slur Lane, Hick, Bumfuck, AL

I would kill myself if I lived in Alabama

Based.

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Dude this is a booby trap. It is illegal in all 50 states, in every city in the USA. It’s 100% illegal. The sign itself is all the evidence that is needed that the bowls contain poison.

DAE bowls of water = boody traps???

Lmao no you r-slur, bowls aren't traps and labels aren't evidence.

FYI - humans exist that can’t read and are also thirsty and homeless

If a human dies to this they have it coming

Also when I was young I once drank water out of a dog bowl that was outside of a house on a dare.

See above

Edit: also, trespassing does not remove civil or legal liability in the case of booby traps. The home owner is 100% liable for any damage this causes to anyone or anything, including trespassers

No you r-slur, because it's not a trap.

I always wondered what r-slurs existed to not allow me to turn my house into a Saw-esque rube Goldberg machine for trespassers, and now I know: r-slurred redditors.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katko_v._Briney

Pisses me off. If you're not in the house with your possessions you apparently legally can't protect them from trespassers with deadly force, meaning that in this guy's case they would just be totally up for grabs if he hadn't set up the scum shooter. Fucking r-slurred.

And this is true in almost all states. It's downright un-American I tell you. If I was dictator the rule would be "don't want to die? Stay off my property and don't touch my shit."

:marseymad: I can tell Alexa to turn off my light but I can't order her to gas the burglar who fell into my punji trap. The future is highly overrated.

again it’s totally reasonable. otherwise lots of people (not just criminals but them included) would die for no reason. (what if the trespasser has a valid and legal reason to trespass, which exists, and now he’s dead and you claim he’s a thief?) and it’d also kill people like government inspectors or stupid ten year olds.

what if the trespasser has a valid and legal reason to trespass, which exists,

If he has a valid and legal reason to be on my property (which would make it not trespassing), I can turn off the booby trap for him. Otherwise, it's trespassing, and he can get fucked.

it’d also kill people like government inspectors or stupid ten year olds

Not seeing a problem. Little Timmy violated the NAP and has to live with the automated consequences

Timmy might not be mayo though. So you might harm a real person. Consider skin tone sensors on your automatic consent enforcer pipe bomb.

I suggest these -

Government inspectors? Like, coming into my house to inspect without my knowledge?

This is America, cute twink. 4th amendment.

It may differ by city, and there might be some exceptions in protected areas, but otherwise there's nothing illegal about leaving poison on your property.

If a human wanders onto your property, eats rat poison, and dies, it wouldn't be your problem. Same applies here. This isn't an automatic, unmanned trap designed to harm trespassers.

The only thing the homeowner did wrong was label the poison. The entire point of poison is to be discreet. The last thing you need is some r-slur facebook mom or redditor posting it and getting a horde of pibble lovers swarming you.

Someone in that thread mentioned grill brush bristles, which is really fucking smart.

no, this is absolutely illegal. let’s say a stupid 4 year old wanders onto your own and drinks the water. Or a dog wanders onto your lawn and drinks it. And then dies or is harmed. I’m not sure if it’s a boobytrap by the law wherever but it is and should be illegal.

I genuinely can't tell if you're trolling right now.

Like I said, it's the same principle as rat poison. If some r-slur wanders onto your property, eats it, and dies, it's not your legal responsibility. If you put poison in a cup of water next to the road in a residential area that would be a different story, but having it in a dog bowl makes your intentions clear. If a 4 year old dies from poison on your property, the parents or guardians of the child would be the ones charged.

Non-native animals (like dogs) are fair game to kill however you want if they're on your property. No different than rats. As long as you aren't intentionally torturing them you're fine.

my sense is that this is on a part of her small suburban piece of land next to her house. And that it is accessible from the street, and not like in a backyard. Given that, an outdoor house cat or a dog or much less likely a kid could wander over and drink it.

If some r-slur wanders onto your property, eats it, and dies, it's not your legal responsibility.

legally this is not true at all. “someone can rob your house, trip over a cable, and sue you for it”. Let’s say your yard has a big 30 foot deep concrete pit in it and the neighborhood r-slur wanders in and dies. That’s absolutely your liability in America.

“someone can rob your house, trip over a cable, and sue you for it”

Maybe in some backwards shithole like California

and also most states

If a property owner knows there are frequent trespassers on his property, he can be held liable for any injuries caused by unsafe conditions on the property if: the condition was created or maintained by the owner, the condition is likely to cause serious injury or death or if the owner failed to exercise reasonable care to notify trespassers of the dangerous conditions and risks involved.

The rules change when young children are the trespassers. In the case of a child wandering onto the property without proper authorization, the property owner still has a duty to ensure the property is safe. The reason for this exception is that children are often times naïve to dangers on property and can in fact by lured to investigate a dangerous condition such as an abandoned well or maybe a big piece of machinery. Such potential hazards are known as “attractive nuisances.” As such, a property owner has the duty to inspect the property to ensure there are no potentially unsafe conditions that may attract children.

it’s also maybe a booby trap

https://definitions.uslegal.com/b/booby-traps/

he can be held liable for any injuries caused by unsafe conditions on the property if: the condition was created or maintained by the owner, the condition is likely to cause serious injury or death or if the owner failed to exercise reasonable care to notify trespassers of the dangerous conditions and risks involved.

There's a sign above the bowls indicating poison

The reason for this exception is that children are often times naïve to dangers on property and can in fact by lured to investigate a dangerous condition such as an abandoned well or maybe a big piece of machinery. Such potential hazards are known as “attractive nuisances.” As such, a property owner has the duty to inspect the property to ensure there are no potentially unsafe conditions that may attract children.

Children are no more likely to drink from that dog bowl than any other dog bowl.

Without knowing the local laws, everything the homeowner is doing here is legal.

Nothing you mentioned said anything about poison, either. Like I keep saying, this is no different than leaving out rat poison.

It is an or, any one clause applying is enough, not all three, so it doesn’t need to be not notified if another applies. And it being a child removed the exclusion of providing information.

Children are no more likely to drink from that dog bowl than any other dog bowl.

again killing a neighbors pet for walking onto your yard is just not legal lol

again killing a neighbors pet for walking onto your yard is just not legal lol

It literally is though.

Unleashed animals fall under the same category as invasive species. If it's not on the owner's property, it can be assumed feral and killed.

If your heckin' holesum pupperino is unleashed and enters my property, I'm going to shoot it, and I'll have no legal repercussions for doing so.

I have a garden and every day I have to clean shits of a bunch of neighbour cats.

Clean it up, j-slur.

:marseysmug: 💩💩 :!marseyjanny:

I remember back in my home country, a dead pet was pretty much the expected outcome of letting them run wild. My uncle was always telling this story of this neighbor's dog that kept barking up all night. One poisoned sausage later, the entire neighborhood had peace and owner couldn't complain since everyone sided with the good Samaritan. Then I came to the states and I learned I couldn't even poison my own pest raccoons and had to wait until animal control took pity on me.

You're in the land of the free!

If you don't have a flagrant disregard for animal conservation laws, you're not even a real American.

Based home country.

Someone here told me you're legally required to kill any raccoons you catch, so if you have a trap, better throw it i a pag and hook it up to exhaust

You're a black right? I had a friend from zimbabwe (he's in prison) who told me you (blacks) treat dogs like pests at worst, and cattle at best.

4chan may be a better place for that info.

Those guys don’t fuck around.

Redditors are still too afraid to type 4Chan.org into browser and see for themselves. Maybe /an/ would care enough to reply, but not 99% of the "hackers".

Honestly my biggest fear is falling in love with someone and then finding out they have a 4chan. Like what do you do with that, they‘re a psychopath in love with the deep web and they're actually just trying to kill you.

:marseyscared:

I'll never date someone who doesn't understand 4chan humor/isn't ironypoisoned.

I would take pity on stray animals coming to my property. I regularly tolerate birds eating fish from my koi pond, squirrels stealing my almonds and shit because they have no other place to get it from.

However I draw the line at someone's pet entering my property and stealing, pooping on my shit. If I condone that, I'm condoning the owner's irresponsibility. One time I kicked at my neighbor's dog which almost led to a fistfight 🤣

That's not how you poison animals, you put bowls of antifreeze in bushes and stuff so they'll lap it up and walk away, and no ones the wiser.

Unfortunately, the clock is ticking The hours are going by. The past increases, the future recedes. Possibilities decreasing, regrets mounting. Do you understand?

I understand<<<<<<<<>>>>>>>>remain ignorant


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