The holes look old. They also remind me of holes drilled by exterminators
when they treat for termites.
And nobody did anything to deserve your rude attack. The people here are
trying to help YOU. Do, please, try to be gracious in return.
Don't post pictures to newsgroups, unless the group is explicitly
labeled as a binary group, or the group charter says it is OK.
However, posting a LINK to a picture is fine in this, and pretty much
every other group. So, put your picture up on a web site somewhere
(such as one of the free photo sharing sites, if you don't have a web
site), and post a link to it.
looking so old, they are probably from a termite kill job many years
That explains the slight downward slope and depth. They were likely
filled with cheap cement thats eroded away.
Some people here are becoming unfriendly, why cant we all get along?
Time to spray holes with water, like garden hose them and fill with
Over the years I have discovered strange stuff here, usually its not
worth worrying about.
hey, good analysis...
yeah, it would explain the downward slope.
somebody else also said it looked like the ones made
when treating for termites. I can't rule that out now,
it seems sensible and would explain a lot. I'm starting to feel better
that it might not have been maliciousness by someone after all. That
bothered me as much as the actual holes. Still, I never saw them
and there's no old crumbled cement pieces anywhere that might have
covered them...hmm....the plot thickens.
Thank you to everyone who sincerely has offered their help
And those who think they're being funny with their
infantile comments, already know how I feel about you.
(see my previos posts for more details)
Nope, it just causes YOU to lose the respect of everyone else. You sure
po'd a lot of people in a very short time. A simple guideline is to post
only messages you'd not mind your sweet old grandmother reading, or your 12
year old daughter. There is never a good reason to show a lack of dignity
and self respect.
YOUR ARE NOT ALONE - THE SAME THING HAS HAPPENED TO ME. VARIOUS OCCASSIONS
THROUGHOUT THE PAST 3 1/2 YEARS HAVE FOUND UNAUTHORIZED DRILLED HOLES ON MY
HOUSE FOUNDATION, undermining the block support and stability of the home.
Have even found holes drilled on the decorative outside lamp posts outside on my
YES, THESE ARE DONE BY VANDALS. I have he same suspicions as you. One of the
policemen also mentioned one of his friends also complained of the same thing.
My suspicion is that a criminal in the neighborhood does not like and is
targeting us, OR Property Investing firms have targeted your neighborhood and
want to forcibly acquire yours and mine homes by trying to scare people out of
their house. The investment firms hire thugs to do such criminal activities,
including planting weaponised insects outside window sills so the insects crawl
inside following carbon dioxide excelled by humans, and also by injecting
chemical poisons in such foundation drilled holes to make you itch or sick
without you authorizing anything.
Then, some people who do not Stand their Ground get scared of their
homes.....Investors targeting a house or neighborhood pick up the house for
cheap, and then rent the houses to Section 8 Voucher recipients where the
Government pays the Investors for maintenance, appliance replacements, or
anything dealing with a home in the form of high rent charged to the government.
The Section 8 vouches recipients pay a small portion of the rent which is good
for them, and the Government pays the rest to the investing firm. The Section 9
investing firms and those homes acquired through City's planning commisions is
allowed to charge high rents for the properties rented to Section 8
recipients... The return is about 78% of the investment, vs current 2% of
today's interest rates.
This is what I suspect and remote viewed that is happening.....YOU ARE NOT
ALONE. This is happening in SunHaven Subdivision of Kenneth City, Florida
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