When I was a kid, we had an active “neighborhood watch” groups. They would meet once or twice a month. They kept signs in their front windows so that kids knew it was a safe place to knock on the door and ask for help. Volunteers would keep their eyes open and check on each other and they would say “hello” to strangers and ask why they were in the neighborhood. And if anything looked particularly suspicious, they’d call the police. And I think the group was… not affiliated with the police, but the police supported the crime watch groups around the city.
My next-door neighbor is peak Karen and I got a really passive-aggressive letter about my dog barking all day and all night. She complained to the council about it. She doesn’t know that I have a nanny cam to monitor my dog and I can prove doesn’t bark when we aren’t at home and when we are at home he very rarely barks (only if he is startled or excited to go on a walk.
See more: T-shirtbest – Trending Shirt