Jim Galloway went to check out a neighborhood where his daughter was working; he found it to be an unfinshed subdivision with a streets, vacant lots all prepared for construction with pipes and conduits already in place, a couple of houses, and “mortgage rage.”
This road was private, he roared. (Not true — street had been deeded to the county years earlier.) He ordered us to leave. When we demurred, he pulled out a cell phone and feigned a phone call to the sheriff’s office.
The man was not armed. But had we kept going, that condition might have changed by the time we made the return trip past his house – and so we retreated.
Follow the link to learn why he dubbed it “mortgage rage.”