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June 10, 2009


A Minneapolis man said he was preparing to leave his foreclosed home for the last time when contractors boarded up the house with him still inside.

(Thanks to DavCat)


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There's no such thing as a one-time lawyer . . .

Jeez. Some folks just spend way too long in the bathroom.

I have a feeling that his 'one time lawyer' is now his current lawyer and this man will be back, living in his home anyday now.

I hope the lawyer includes the cat and makes it a class action suit...

How did the city find a contractor that worked that fast? Usually, boarding up a front door takes like a week.

Figures. The one time a contractor actually shows up on the day they're supposed to.

He probably will get cited by the association now for an illegal dissplay in his windows.

Boarding people up in their houses is a traditional old Swedish prank. If I had to explain it, it wouldn't be funny.

What's that noi...hey...HEY!!!!

Where was the cat hiding that this guy didn't hear anything until they were almost finished boarding up the house?

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