posted on Jul, 25 2013 @ 12:41 AM
reply to post by Bootyac
If this was a property you owned, and, say the neighborhood home owner's association voiced a complaint, that would be another issue altogether.
All in all, you should be able to fly any darned flag you want. What if you were gay and wanted to fly the rainbow flag, or had friends and/or family
that are gay and wanted to show support?
Whatever the case, not being your property, it's best not to go out of ones way to cause trouble.
Some people, however, want to turn everything into a cause, and for those that are reading that would, well, it's a matter of looking for trouble and
Those that do should maybe try sleeping in their car or a cardboard box or something for a little while as practice for what they might be
On top of that there's always lease agreements, and if the property gives the boot, they may also sue for remaining months left on lease, keep your
deposits and any other unpleasantness they might could get up to.
Personally, I'd prefer not to invite trouble anywhere near where I live.
With apartments, they have keys to your place and all your stuff!!!
I thus recommend, not rocking the boat.
edit on 25-7-2013 by Druscilla because: (no reason given)