Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Maine: The Way Life Should Be.

Roof Dogs.

"Roof roof."

Ya knoooow....some people paint their little hometowns and their States in the best possible light. Or at least not the worst. I think I'm done. You stick your dogs on your roof instead of taking them outside or walking them and you'll see them here on The Thing of the Moment.

This photo taken just down the street from the place where the homeless kids found a murdered woman wrapped in comforter while they were ACTUALLY thinking they had found a dead dog and we're cutting into the comforter/tarp combo to see it after dragging her out of the snow. She had been dropped behind a shed after a short wheelbarrow trip from the actual murder scene by the confessed murderer who ALSO brazenly admitted that he used the wheelbarrow AFTER being explicitly told he couldn't use it.

But you can rest comfortably because the unsolved murder where they found a homeless guys burning body a year ago? That was like a HALF mile away.

But Bangor's biggest shame? James Tobin lives here and Todd Verow is FROM here.

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  1. Have you considered that maybe they had their windows open for some fresh air, and the dogs decided to climb onto the roof themselves? :^)

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  2. That is sooooo Maine white trash!

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  3. I Love it!!!!!And they said Tennessee was trashy!

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  4. A great security system too! Leave the windows open, so that if there is a stranger outside, the dogs are not limited to barking inside, but can go onto the roof and jump down to the ground to attack and tear apart those evil intruders!

    And they are tearing down the Holiday Inn to build a casino and attract more low life types to your city?

    Not too smart!

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  5. Bangor is a Mecca for the homeless, sexual abusers, substance abusers, poor, mentally ill for an area hundreds of miles surrounding the city. Many live here so that they may be closer to their 'services.' Mental Health and Substance abuse treatment facilities are the largest growing part of the local economy. Apartment prices are higher because most tenants are Section 8 subsidized which inflates the market. So it's not the poor who can't afford to live in town, it's the middle class, but why would they want to given who their neighbors are. That neighborhood in the photos is a Ghetto and has nearly a big city murder rate per capita. As long as Bangor remains a magnet for these types of people, they will continue to find burning bodies under bridges and corpses stuffed into bags.

    So a casino can't possibly attract MORE lowlifes. They are already here.

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  6. Pooping on the roof. Not fun when the ice melts..... Nice little town you have there..... Should see mine! I know! You have! But never saw MY part of the city...Hheheh..... They call it DOWNtown.... :) Murders? YEAH! Drugs? YEAH! Cats? YEAH! Even on hot tin roofs!

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  7. you are kiddin right!?!?!? Is that another dog? A black dog on the roof also or just a shadow??

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  8. i guess you are not kiddin. r da owners too lazy 2 stumble downsairs and open da door??
    Only in Bangor, Maine..... next it'll be a goat on da roof

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  9. Ah The Old Hammond Street Church Steeple. Brings back some fond memeories of life in Bangor. my father was the education minister there while he worked at the Bangor Theological Seminary. I used to live at 311. The house that everyone crashes into when they are sleigh riding. Thanks For The Memories.
    Later,ROB

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  10. you are doin your part to keep the transplant from moving here! Thank you Jeff!

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  11. I hear you anger in this and I am sorry about that. There is pain in peoples careless regard for life. The truth through a lense is what I see.

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  12. I walk past this house frequently and thos dog are attached by leashes, there is tons of crap on the roof. I have thought about calling someon but I'm not really sure that this is abuse.

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