I was in the wrong. I didn’t want to step on his beautiful property. I was trying to make a point that SOME rich people give us a really hard time upon occasion because they PERHAPS don’t think we have any power whatsoever.
I think if someone plays a really nice guy on tv in the morning, he can try and keep up the act up on the weekends too. Making it so none of us can ever walk to that street again is a pretty sad occurrence. I’ve lived here a long time and the people who owned the big farms used to let us walk around between the big properties. I’m just sad we can’t do that anymore because the elite have all the power and we seem to have none.
My point is we regular people are living in something really reminiscent of feudalism and the ones on tv are not, for the most part, sincere people.
His horses have literally crapped on my street. I had to listen to that truck backing up sound for years while they built that industrial horse complex in a place that is mostly residential. Then they put up pointy painful trees to block a path that we used to use and my neighbor said the zoning board or whatever was told that they weren’t going to take access from us to go to that street. Is this a big deal? No, but I’m making a point. They have all the rights. We have almost none. I have the right to say that I don’t like the way things are going. This is what I’m doing about it. We should have equal rights. We don’t.
My version of this account is at the very bottom.