"I start building the ramp and I'm about halfway done, I go home to finish it the next day. The next day the HOA sends a nasty letter to the house informing them that the ramp doesn't meet the HOA specifications. Something about the aesthetics and the right color wood. We ignore the letter. A neighbor complains and threatens to bring a lawsuit over it about," he went on to say.
So, our helpful contractor went down to the next HOA meeting to give them a piece of his mind. He went on to explain:
"I finished building the ramp and the HOA is demanding we deconstruct it. I go to the meeting and I explain how the HOA never got back to me and that it's their fault they don't like the aesthetics. They said that rules are rules and we must follow them. I lost my shit at the point and yelled, 'SHUT YOUR GOD DAMNED MOUTH, THAT MAN SACRIFICED HIS LEGS OVERSEAS FOR US, YOU ALL ARE DISGUSTING PIECES OF S*** FOR MAKING HIS [LIFE] HARDER, YOU SHOULD ALL BE [ASHAMED] OF YOURSELVES!'"