Move Over Ari Gold. I have a new personal hero:
An Omaha man mowed an obscenity into his lawn, and now his neighbors are upset because they don’t want their children to see the nasty language.
The homeowner, who neighbors told Omaha TV station KETV has the last name Miller, cut a two-word expletive into his front lawn after being warned by the city about excessive grass and weeds around his house. The phrase is about 30 feet long across his yard.
“I saw the neighbor’s yard with some derogatory statements mowed into the yard,” said neighbor Traci Tunzer.
Tunzer said she’s been hoping her neighbor would mow the long grass in his yard, but she’s upset by the way he decided to mow it. Tunzer said there’s a school nearby.
“I have three children, and two of them will definitely know what that says. It worries me,” she said. “We don’t want our children to be around that kind of stuff.”
Down the hill, neighbor Bernie Horstmeyer said he is in disbelief.
“When I first saw it, I saw the big ‘U,’ and I had to back up just to see if that’s what it really said,” he said.
I will always have a soft spot in my heart for cranks.