A little bit of trash, alright?
Whoa! Then this. Outta sight!
Didn't pay electric bill. Left all your food. What a thrill!
This floor was once very fair
Now it's ruined, needs some care.
Who wouldn't want a couch like this?
Or this one too? It will be missed
Dog and cat feces, but that isn't all.
Here is some more, in the hall.
In one bedroom on the floor
Look around, you'll see some more.
Would you like poop where you sleep?
Is there more in here? I'll have to sweep.
Let's go up the stairs to see ....
Where on Earth's the basement floor?
Let's go out the back to see
What this tenant has left for me.
If trash is treasure like they say
I hit the jackpot here today!
Isn't it nice that I can still smile and be humorous when people treat me in the most appalling ways?
I should first add that she lived in this filth with three children for several months and she left two kittens in the house with no food or water and they were very difficult to catch and release with all the trash and furniture in every room. There is also an infestation of fleas and evidence that bed bugs were also present in the house at one time. I found a dead one on my shirt today when I started to bag all the trash.
Today was the first day that I could legally enter the place and begin disposal of her property. So what was on the door to greet me?
You gotta love Dayton City Government again. Back to the same lame bully tactics that made me run for mayor in 2009. Funny how I have no idea what the violation is and that this appears the moment I have possession of my house again. The damage done is going to cost several thousand dollars but this time around I have way more knowledge, experience and the proper tools to make it right again.