Everyone’s privacy is important to them. The prying eyes of everyone from nosy neighbors, curious children, and even rouge telephone line reparimen can seriously cramp one’s style. However, choosing the right fence can be difficult. Fortunately, the average Privacy Violator is too acrophobic and lacking in upper body strength to professionally climb telephone poles, meaning that building a fence that slightly exceeds the range of normal human heights is often sufficient to ensure one’s privacy. Unless, of course, you’re a resident of Seasame Street; in which case building to account for a certain 9-foot-tall bird (who can’t seem to mind his own business) is recommended.
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