This is Arthur “Kippy” Lynch from Billerica.
As you can see he just oozes sex appeal.
He was in the news back in January of 2018 when his neighbor’s, Sal’s Pizza, was doing a rebuild and he disapproved of their methods. This is how he expressed his displeasure.
The owner of the barn, Arthur Lynch, wrote this term because he has been upset with the rebuild project at Sal’s Pizza, despite the business following every condition of the permit that was approved by Billerica boards.
“They made my whole yard into a fishbowl,” Lynch, 66, who lives at 324 Boston Road, said on Tuesday. “The fence used to be higher, so you couldn’t see. Now, the new fence is lower, so you can sit there in the car and watch my whole house.
“If they raise the fence, I’ll take douchebag off the house, but otherwise, I’m probably gonna add more,” he added.
Lynch also said that douchebag is not an obscene word. However, seeing this term along the main drag of Billerica has been frustrating for parents, officials and Sal’s Pizza — which reopened on Dec. 18 at 328 Boston Road.
“We are disappointed with what’s facing our business,” said Eric Kuhnen, director of operations for Sal’s Pizza. “We feel bad for the town of Billerica.
Could be worse for Sal’s Pizza. They could’ve moved in next to Bret Killoran. Douchebag would be replaced by a collection of slayer lyrics and compound words that all end in cunt.
I guess he was mad that the fence wasn’t high enough, just in case Hakeem Olajuwon stopped by to eat pizza and wanted to see how tall the grass was on the other side.
Ultimately cooler heads prevailed and two weeks later Kippy agreed to cover up the word “douchebag.”
As part of the rebuild, Sal’s Pizza constructed a six-foot fence — a height within the conditions of the permit approved by the Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals. Lynch wanted a higher fence, so Sal’s Pizza agreed to an eight-foot fence of his choice. A week later, workers were installing the eight-foot fence, but Lynch “had a fit, throwing them off his property,” according to Mark LaLumiere, Billerica’s building commissioner. As a result, Sal’s Pizza proceeded with the six-foot fence.
Lupoli said he was out of the country when this dispute came up. He visited Lynch two days ago, as he promised he would in a conversation with a Sun editor, introduced himself and said, “I’m here to understand your concerns.”
“He asked me why I was there and not my contractors,” Lupoli recalled.
Lupoli said he responded, “Because I own the real estate, and owners should talk to each other.”
Lynch agreed, and they walked the site together.
I’m sorry, this guy is a fucking douchebag, which is probably why he wrote that word on his barn. The owner of this restaurant went out of his way to basically get down on his knees and let this queef dictate how the rebuild would go. Shithead demands that the fence be 8 feet, the business owner agreed, they start putting it up and then pecker stain freaks out on them and ends the project. So they put up a 6 foot fence instead and he complains that the fence isn’t 8 feet tall.
I would’ve told him to fuck right off at this point, which is why I don’t own a business. But the owner wanted to try to make him happy because “Douchebag” probably isn’t good for business.
And it worked out great. Until this week when not only did he bring “douchebag” back, he added a preamble.
And that is why you don’t negotiate with terrorists. Wait until this lunatic finds out about Yelp and Google. Then Sal’s is gonna have real problems.
The Billerica ball washer clearly isn’t well.
But that’s no excuse. If you’re crazy like this then go live in a group home. Living on your own is for civilized people. Does he not have family members that can see he’s clearly going through a mental breakdown? He had to get on a ladder for the sole purpose of writing “SUCK MY BALLS” on his own property because he’s mad at a pizza place for not putting up a big enough fence, even though they offered to put up a bigger fence. Writing “douchebag” is one thing, since that’s not technically a swear. But suck my balls? That’s gotta violate some sort of town ordinance.
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