Discussion in 'Colorado Football Message Board' started by Jens1893, Apr 9, 2015.
The Hill had better step up its game.
last time the courts struck down the law. I understand they structured it differently this time.
they'll always be the Couchburners to me though
Doesn't say its a felony to keep upholstered furniture outdoors. Just a felony to set said furniture ablaze.
We had an old couch just chilling on our front porch last year on the hill when BPM told us to remove it or we'd be fined. I was the only one to suggest burning it when we were hammered...no one agreed.
Sad state of affairs when no one wants to see a good old fashioned couch burn.
I had leases at multiple places that explicitly said no indoor furniture or anything with upholstery could be outside.
The difficult part in West Virginia will be distinguishing between "outdoors" and "indoors", particularly when there's chickens, sheep and cattle involved!
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