Delbert Thompson lived all by himself on a farm deep in the country and never bothered anyone until a group of teen's car broke down about a half mile down the road from Delbert's farm. The teens were only looking to use Delbert's phone to get help, but Delbert was in no mood for company, so the teens picked the wrong door to knock on for help. Delbert was sitting in his rocking chair on his front porch whittling a piece of wood when he stopped what he was doing and noticed a group of people headed his way.
Delbert said, "They're not going to get my money." Delbert ran inside his house and got his rifle out of his gun cabinet and sat back down in his rocking chair ready to kill anyone that tried to get his money. Delbert was really paranoid about his money under his mattress. He never believed in keeping his money in the bank. The teens made their way to the steps of his house and one of the teens, Dan, asked if they could use his phone to get a tow truck for their broken-down vehicle.
Delbert replied, "You aint coming in my house and taking my money, can't you read the sign. No Trespassing!"
Dan asked, "Come on let us use your phone?"
Delbert rose up out of his rocking chair and pointed his rifle at Dan's chest and said, "Get off my property!"
©2013 Drac Von Stoller (P)2013 Drac Von Stoller
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