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Take legal action or call the police, its damage of personal property and clearly you have the evidence in a form of a giant tree.

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It's not that huge a deal. I don't know why people think it's so fantastic, as you're comment is as visible as everyone else's on the first page.

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Because saying "Wow that sucks" when you could just press the button that says "I agree, your life sucks" is both wasting comment space and adding nothing of substance to the FML. And it doesn't always have to be a witty comment or pun. Many people get thumbed up for simply adding an intelligent statement or suggestion for the OP to comment section. That's just the way it is, and frankly I see no problem with it.

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Yea this is clearly op's fault for living in that specific house where his neighbors tree fell. Sucks to be him.

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Nah,I though it was great. Man, gotta live trees falling on electric wires and having to cover the damage.

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Chainsaw cuts into a tree, are a pretty specific way to prove the neighbor did it, especially if he used his own chainsaw.

Take legal action or call the police, its damage of personal property and clearly you have the evidence in a form of a giant tree.

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First of all, those "electric lines" which I'm wondering if they are phone lines cuz usually its phone lines in a neighborhood and electric lines n usually underground by houses. Also, those aren't OP's property but the company that owns those lines. SOOO the company can sue OP's neighbor. Glad we could clear this up.

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That joke was so funny and original. America is not stupid. We just tend to exploit our stupid people better. Don't act like we're the only country with dumb people.

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OP can't because those lines aren't OP's property but the company that owns them. So the company can sue.

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The electric company pays to have them fixed, but they'll send whoever damaged them a hefty bill

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