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#167 - fourchinsbrah
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(07/05/2014) [-]
>hfw
>hfw
#39 - demandsgayversion
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(07/04/2014) [-]
And then they put a lean on his house for not following the rules he signed up to follow to live in that particular neighborhood, and is homeless.
#208 - camzore
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#194 - volksworgen
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(07/05/2014) [-]
Not being able to fly your local country's flag in the goddamn country itself.



****** COMMIES
#154 - anon
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#130 - anon
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#108 - freedombirdman
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(07/05/2014) [-]
Now that's patriotism, this guy knows how to celebrate the 4th with style.
#105 - scantoz
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(07/05/2014) [-]
No he wasn't. This is ******** just like every other post of its kind.
#104 - genmatthew
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#95 - anon
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I hate this ****. canada day is our birthday here and its on july 1st, we get no recognition at all. SMITE even released a ******* skin for RA called the RAMERICA RA skin for the 4th of july, they released it 2 days before canada day.
#89 - Das
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Yeeeaaah, pretty sure that's a bunch of ********. In this country, trust me if a company tried saying you can't put the flag up then that'll not go over well. People love that piece of fabric.

Either it's all made up, or the whole story isn't being told. But no way that a company is going to tell someone they can't have the flag at their house

Then again Homeowner's Associations are ****** so who knows.
#113 to #89 - heartlessrobot
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They probably wanted to set up a flagpole. Like, a big one, not one bolted to the porch.
#118 to #89 - stealingbikes
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Actually a lot of apartments and HOAs have tried to infringe on residents' right to fly the flag. However, thanks to this: www.govtrack.us/congress/bills/109/hr42#summary
the resident(s) can tell whoever's against the flag to get ******.

IIRC OP's content is from Tampa Bay FL and the HOA made the dude take his flag down, so this was his response.
#83 - anon
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(07/05/2014) [-]
BRAZIL!
#74 - mrfartypants
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(07/04/2014) [-]
doubt.jpeg
#54 - anon
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(07/04/2014) [-]
Americans say they are free, yet if you're so free how come a bunch of assholes can order your around like this? kinda seems like you're not as free as you say you are.
#63 to #54 - silenttortoise
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(07/04/2014) [-]
It's because we can choose to belong to homeowner associations that tell us what to do... We are essentially a bunch of lemmings looking for guidance.
#64 to #54 - redeadhunter ONLINE
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(07/04/2014) [-]
Living in an HOA community is merely an option that occasionally has some benefits to offer for living their at the cost of having to deal with stupid ******** like this. You can always buy a house in a generally unregulated neighborhood if you can find one for sale.
#119 to #64 - katothepotato
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It's kinda funny, my house is part of the HOA and they don't do **** for our area. most people will just park their cars that don't fit in their driveway on their yard. Which is a major violation. But our HOA doesn't do ****.
#202 to #54 - altairibnlaahad ONLINE
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(07/05/2014) [-]
Because you signed the agreement when you bought the house.
#51 - fuggy
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I have a serious question: How is it in any way possible that someone else controls wether or not you are allowed to show patriotism by flying a flag?

Obviously I'm not American, but ya'll keep talking about freedom and such, so I don't get why simple things like this won't be allowed?

Not trying to troll, just curious.
#52 to #51 - teranin [OP]
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(07/04/2014) [-]
homeowners associations are cunts
#53 to #52 - fuggy
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(07/04/2014) [-]
They almost have to be, if they won't allow a ******* flag..
I mean, are there ANY good reasons not to allow it ?
#163 to #53 - iamnuff
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of course there is.

Lots of people (especially the elderly) who fly the american flag do so because they "want to show those damn immigrants" or whatever.

why would you need a flag? it's a piece of cloth showing what country you come from, considering you are STANDING in america, it should be pretty ******* obvious.

basically, It's probably a response to racist old people/rednecks who saw "some 'o dem coloured folk" moving in next door, and decided to fly the flag in the garden, so they could stand under it telling the neighbours to "go back to Pakistan"

Thats the usual reason for banning flags, anyway.
#65 to #53 - commontroll
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Maybe they're aiding and abetting TERRORISTS!

But in all seriousness, there's no good reason. They're the cunts who say what you can or cannot do with your own damn house and yard. I understand that it's nice to a certain degree to not have offensive stuff all over and such, but they take it overboard and you pay them monthly fees for them to be assholes to people.
#67 to #51 - blackberryjack
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Many neighborhoods in America are self-regulated and maintained by a coalition of homeowners within the neighborhood, often these are called homeowners associations. These associations have any number of rules, regulations, bylaws, and/or covenants dictating the standards of care and appearance for parcels and structures within the community. Essentially, by moving into one of these neighborhoods, a landowner implicitly (or overtly, in some cases) accepts the rules of the community as legally-binding.
#70 to #67 - fuggy
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I can understand and agree with the fact that there is a set of common rules for your comunity, but I don't get why they wouldn't allow a flag.

I just don't see ANY logic in that at all.
#72 to #70 - blackberryjack
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Pardon, I misunderstood your question. There really aren't any that I could think of.
#71 to #51 - blackberryjack
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#73 to #71 - fuggy
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I guess that is a reasonable argument, but still a bit weird, if you ask me.
#195 to #51 - neoliftboardrider
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Well it is a matter of people choosing to live in a neighborhood that sets certain standards for how people decorate and manage the exterior appearance of their homes. They do so voluntarily and you basically sign a contract to agree to abide by the neighborhood standards when you move in. Legally, no, no one can tell you that raising the US flag as a sign of patriotism is illegal, but it might be in the standards. (Why I have no idea, seems ridiculous to me really.)
#223 to #51 - anon
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It isn't, that's why we passed a law in 2005 specifically saying this because people were starting to have trouble with the HOA, so essentially, if this picture is under 9 years old then what the HOA did was illegal
#34 - squalllionhart
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#32 - I Am Monkey
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(07/04/2014) [-]
Being the American that Hulk Hogan knew you could be
Being the American that Hulk Hogan knew you could be
#33 to #32 - reican
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(07/04/2014) [-]
getting your ass sued?
#35 to #33 - I Am Monkey
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My ass has great lawyers
#36 to #35 - reican
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(07/04/2014) [-]
I thought the lawyer was the ass.
#213 - urfunnyman
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(07/05/2014) [-]
**urfunnyman rolled image** Murica!! **** yaaa
#199 - ekiouja
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(07/05/2014) [-]
*Freedoms internally* *relises this is 'murica and then proceeds to loudly vocalize it.*
#30 - jetspeed
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