That is a good one Mr. Cain!
Well Mr. Shipley I was not pointing a finger, but now that you raised your hand, you are right it is not a morality issue, I was using satire and being a little sarcastic. (If you do not know what that means with all its connotations, then look it up in the dictionary.)
Now to address the children you spoke of, I am not overly impressed due to the fact they are children and do not have the capacity to comprehend the situtation as we do. Not to say that those children or any child incapable of comprehension, but just not in this situation.
You are right on one point, you own the property and you can do with as you please. No matter what any of us say on this "out of hand" thread, you are going to nothing about your yard, mostly out of stubborness, now that you have been severely chastized by your peers. One thing to remember, the key word in the last sentence is "peers", and your "peers" can make one of two things happen if prevoked. One, they (peers) can apply pressure on the city to pass an ordinance to either cover up or remove public eye sores. Two, "they" can have your property comdemmed, enimate domain, you remember reading that in the Amendments to the Consitution, don't you?
Now, if you ever wish to remove your "eye sore" from public view, I will do something that no one else will do on this website, I would be willing to lend a hand on reorganizing your "collection". See I am not the problem but I am willing to work for a solution that can satisfy all parties, but it is your option. Your neighbors will love you for it!
Now you should be able to see that I am not the nasty person you had originally thought. I do have opinions though and felt that your front yard could use some organization, that's all!