Margo Hirsch, Neighborhood Association President

Margo Hirsch, Neighborhood Association President

Banishes undesirable grasses.

She had Kip and Charlene Johnson forcibly beaten for putting up that fence exceeding 8 feet in height.

Margo Hirsch, Neighborhood Association President held the coveted title of Current Champ from Thursday, June 25, 2009 to Tuesday, June 30, 2009, heartily vanquishing Crabby Grass to earn it. Unfortunately, brutal defeat came soon after, at the merciless hands of Wizzytinkle, the Garden Gnome.

This hero's magnaminous likeness was captured at the moment of glorious triumph by Kevin .


Quotes overheard while standing in the crowd that gathered to watch the carnage…

  1. That arched eyebrow is perfect. Please tell me that, tucked away somewhere in that sweater/cape is a ruler for measuring lawn height. Or perhaps for checking mailbox-to-curb distance. (Mailbox encased in brick, of course. It must be tasteful, darling.)

    Matt | [ a ]
  2. I love the sweater/cape too. Though those shorts are pulled up almost inconceivably high. How does she do it?

    herrimanjoe | [ a ]
  3. Enough to strike terror into the heart of anyone who has ever belonged to a homeowners' association. Well played indeed!

    Christina | [ a ]
  4. Very well drawn, first time I've seen the always-loved-upper-class-neighborhood-tyrant as a heroine.

    Terry | [ a ]
  5. I think Margo's sorta hot...


    steve | [ a ]
  6. Her face reminds me of Anjelica Huston in Daddy Day Care. Hilarious!

    notpayingattention | [ a ]
  7. is RSS no longer feeding?

    Scott | [ a ]
  8. Ugh. Women like her are the reason I hate

    Vercalos | [ a ]
  9. People like her are the reason I'm against home-owners associations..

    Vercalos | [ a ]
  10. Scott - I still have it coming in fine in Google Reader, though I wouldn't be surprised if it's died somehow. What feed reader are you using?

    bearskinrug | [ a ]
  11. bearskinrug: I have it pulling into Outlook 2007. It used to pull just fine up until Major Fatigue, since then it lists as an "invalid feed"

    Scott | [ a ]
  12. Thanks Scott - I'm not sure I can guarantee things will work in Outlook 2007 (I'm unable to test it) - but I am moving our feeds to feedburner which hopefully will address anyone's feed problems (feedburner tailors feeds to specific readers).

    bearskinrug | [ a ]

A Random Hero!

Mr. Jellyhead

Mr. Jellyhead

Can absorb any impact. A perfect cube of apricot preserves.