Tuesday, November 27, 2018

KCMO Question: Shovel Your Neighbors Sidewalk Or Avoid Lawsuit Risk?!?!

As with everything else, it's always best to ask first . . . Meanwhile, here's nice news from locals who have never fought off a slip & fall case . . . Checkit:

KCMO: Clearing sidewalks is the 'neighborly' thing to do

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The same conditions making roads dangerous are also causing slick sidewalks. But not everyone is rushing to pick up a shovel. 41 Action News found a patchwork of ice and snow covering paths on both sides of the state line.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Comment.

Anonymous said...

beet juice.

Anonymous said...

KCMO needs to outfit all of the Esclades the grifters have with snow blades thus creating a citizenry snow brigade. Their function would be to blade the streets that KCMO fails to clear.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^ Now that's funny.

Anonymous said...

and then the silence

Anonymous said...

Always ask.

How would you feel about somebody mowing your lawn without permission. A quick ask would probably be greeted with many thanks.

Anonymous said...

Never help anybody.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^ STFU geezer. Stop being such a bitch all the time.

Anonymous said...

I will shovel my neighbors sidewalk if she lets me fuck her and her 18 year old slut daughter.

Anonymous said...

@ 749, yeah you'll be tapping the same hole everyone else already has.

Anonymous said...

They could plow on thier drug dealing route.

Anonymous said...

The golden rule:

Ask first

Get the okay

And then plow away!

Barney Frank said...

Sure i should shovel my neighbors sidewalk while that fat piece of shit Mayor lies about the streets being pre treated while i chip away at 5 inches of ice on the street in front of my house.

Anonymous said...

Shoveling may be demanding to much for a guarded, suspicious, ungrateful, untrustworthy, and vicious KCMO "show me" populace.

Anonymous said...

I disagree; we are some of the youngest folks on our block and the only one with a snow thrower; we have cleared sidewalks and driveways for years and everyone is grateful; we don't expect anything, its just the neighborly thing to do

Anonymous said...

Talking about snow or sex?

Anonymous said...

We would shovel our sidewalks if we had any. Even the places that have a sidewalk don't bother, leaving people to walk in the street. And we live in KCMO where we can see City Hall.