Wednesday, December 17, 2008
The Fire Family Living Room, Wednesday evening Crews finished repairing Friday night's bunny vandalism today. After installing new connections, or "rubbers" as wheel-maker Gordon Lendrum termed them, the repair crew added metal springs surrounding each piece, in hopes of thwarting any future attempts at vandalism. "You've got to keep ahead of these rabbits, always fixing and re-enforcing, otherwise the living room could go to hell in a couple of weeks, and that would bring the property value, and the whole neighborhood down faster than you can turn around," said project foreman Joe Sixpack.As crews were cleaning up, someone spotted a rabbit eyeing the new connectors. This reporter was able to get a photo of the rabbit who, in this reporter's opinion, appears to be prime suspect Pepper Fire, out on bail and currently awaiting trial. Pepper's lawyer could not be reached for comment. "We wouldn't have to do so much clean-up if these trouble makers went to jail like they're supposed to, but the bleeding heart lawyers always keep them out. It's a real shame for the neighborhood. This used to be a nice neighborhood," said Sixpack.