My neighbour bought the house next door after it had been on fire and rebuilt. A new furnace was part of the rebuild and evidently they put the cold air intake beside my driveway, something that's against code. For two years I've complied with his request that I park my truck someplace other than where it belongs in the winter so when I warm it up he doesn't get exhaust fumes in his house. It's a hassle, granted...I need a longer extension cord and it means crawling through a snowbank, but I kept waiting for him to move the air intake. He's young, so I figured he might be short on cash.
The same neighbour has weeping tile problems. Instead of fixing them he came up with the brilliant plan of sloping his yard so it drains into my driveway. When I asked him about it, in a perfectly reasonable tone, he told me, "Go back in the house with your commie wife." Then expounded on how he could do whatever he wanted on his property. I tried to explain manners to him, then basic building science and landscaping, but there is no reasoning with this moron. His water now makes a lake in my driveway, then percolates back through the ground into his basement.
His idea of home repairs is to make it the neighbour's problem.
Anyway, next year I'll build a dam to keep his water on his property...just some railway ties to mark out my driveway. This winter I'll be parking my truck right where it belongs...backed into the spot next his cold air intake.