Good fences don't always make good neighbors. dumped on the grassy strip lining my cute Venice, California street. There's some little old lady in a green eyeshade inside each of us who pokes us—"Wake up, idiot!. Thankfully I live outside of the city and can get away with not shoveling for most of the winter. I'm not busting my ass so my neighbors can park.
Do you hate your next-door neighbor? Do you own a lawn mower? Do you have a lot of free time on your hands? If you answered yes to all of the above questions, then, boy, do we have a hot tip for you.
Rainbow business gets vengeance on neighbors
We've all been there. The party animals who live next door keep you up all night with their loud music or the grumpy old neighbor who refuses to mow his lawn just yelled at you for parking too close to his driveway. It can be frustrating. But there are ways of approaching these neighborly problems before you start plotting revenge or end up with toilet paper in your trees. Bob Borzotta , the author of "Neighbors From Hell: