Agent Orange and Malbor

Agent Orange’s days as a POTUS are numbered, at least in my hope and dreams. I want to believe that it is a reality as well. Last night we started watching a TV show named ‘The Plot Against America,’ a show in which Charles Lindbergh takes on FDR and wins. The first episode we watched on HBO shows the times preceding Lindbergh’s victory. It is scary because the anti-Jewish sentiment and German fervor are currentlyt shown in the U.S. It is, and I am sure they did this on purpose, and seems to be like what we are going through right now. I said this before and I will say it again, we have a fascist régime. This régime has unleashed all sorts of negativity and bad behavior. Our malbor (bad neighbor) is a prime example of one of these. He is a seething mass of hatred because of what he feels that his life has dealt him. He is a bully and takes it out on those he encounters, including his supposed loved ones. The only good thing about our malbor situation is that his need for oxygen has hampered the nasty things he wants to do.

Our driveways, though totally separate, are next to each other so whether I like it or not, I see what is going on. There is a complete paranoia that has set in and we have had issues with his cameras, albeit seemingly cheap versions of video cameras. Most of them, currently, despite his being a trained electrician, are solar powered and require his attention all the time. At this point, he doesn’t seem to have much he can do other than get in the car and go wherever he goes or do some work in his yard.

For whatever reason, despite our having a dog that really doesn’t bark much at all, he thinks Stewart is out of line. Recently, we have had several of the family dogs stay with us and each of them periodically barks, but really not in a bad way.

The other day, I saw that malbor had put up what seemed to be a birdhouse. I thought nothing of it until I took out some garbage in the evening and saw a green light flashing where the hole would be for a bird to get in. I took a photo of it the next day and realized that it is a special device that emits a high-pitched sound that offends dogs when they bark. I really don’t have a problem with that although we are always careful as he threatened to poison Stewart.

Thank you, 45, you and your cronies have attempted to take us back into the middle ages in so many ways, and you have even released the inner nastiness some people have previously kept in check. How long shall this nightmare last?

About Richard Koerner

Sixty something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.
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2 Responses to Agent Orange and Malbor

  1. Dena Saper says:

    Mr. Koerner, I’m sorry you have to put up with such nonsense! If that man harms a fur on your dog’s body, he will have the dog lovers of the North Shore with whom to contend! Stay well.

    Dena Saper (NT class of ’87, AP French)

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