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thats funny...its a code enforcement truck....

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no heat shield...ouch....
gotta love the city of Kenner
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LOL what in gods name..
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i guess he takes it muddin on the weekends....
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haha thats a sight to see.
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Our local public transit now has those different looking exhaust stacks off of the top of the bus, they are subtly different compared to the original turnout they had....this truck on the other hand needs some explaining.
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wow thats really odd....
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that pipe is overkill way to blow exhaust in folks face when you go down the street!
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Its for when he goes mudding on the weekend! duh

On Edit: I think Ima call that number and be like wtf.
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what on earth is that?
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odd...
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wow... very strange
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no heat shield...ouch....
gotta love the city of Kenner
Hmmm this just gave me an idea
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Im doing this to my truck NOW!
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What is a code enforcement truck?
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they give tickets to code violators duh... :-D
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i actually had one stop in front of my house and look at my truck...it was a parish one cause i dont live in kenner...
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still don't understand. is a "code" the same thing as a law? like parked in a handicap spot and you're not handicapped?
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no like if your lawn is too overgrown...or something doesnt meet code regulations...they catch you....
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no like if your lawn is too overgrown...or something doesnt meet code regulations...they catch you....
so the city actually pays someone to be an a$$hole?

OF COURSE! its the government....why wouldn't they, f*****g *******
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gotta love city regulations... glad I'm outside city limits!
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so the city actually pays someone to be an a$$hole?

OF COURSE! its the government....why wouldn't they, f*****g *******
They aren't being an *** hole. You're not following the rules and regulations if you're not keeping up with your home maintenance. It helps keep the neighborhoods clean and orderly.

It only applies to people that live in city limits, not out in the boonies. There are different codes for that.
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They aren't being an *** hole. You're not following the rules and regulations if you're not keeping up with your home maintenance. It helps keep the neighborhoods clean and orderly.

It only applies to people that live in city limits, not out in the boonies. There are different codes for that.
i can understand that......i just don't want some jerk writing me a ticket for my grass being 3 inches tall when "regulations" state that it must be 2 inches tall...

i have a friend who lives in St. louis and he got a ticket because his truck (stock dodge 2500) was "too big" for his driveway....he fought and won of course but its just a damn hassle
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we have county codes, but they don't have patrol units they usually work by ppl calling in a complaint.
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i can understand that......i just don't want some jerk writing me a ticket for my grass being 3 inches tall when "regulations" state that it must be 2 inches tall...

i have a friend who lives in St. louis and he got a ticket because his truck (stock dodge 2500) was "too big" for his driveway....he fought and won of course but its just a damn hassle
actually they put a note on your door saying cut your grass if its too high....then after like 3 notes...they cut it and give you the bill.
it always ends up being in the thousands from what i hear...
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