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Grills banned. Smoker?

- Mon, 09 May 2022 15:56:43 EST uKwq5PEA No.46945
File: 1652126203854.jpg -(136886B / 133.68KB, 897x1024) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. Grills banned. Smoker?
My lease says I am not allowed to use basically any kind of grill on my balcony. Even bans electric unlike my other leases. Only grill I could find that wouldn't violate the lease would be a solar one but I don't get enough sun.
Would a smoker solve the issue, at least if I was really willing to press that it technically wasn't a grill until they ban them in the new lease next year? I'm in Ohio if it matters.
Molly Tootfield - Sat, 14 May 2022 06:21:57 EST 4mKpsxtv No.46946 Reply
You don't have any kind of right to use a grill on the balcony or anywhere else prohibited by a contract you willingly signed. And if the building is made partially or largely of petroleum products, as a shit load of new construction is, getting something fire hot next to the siding is a terrible idea.
Ernest Ciggleduck - Sun, 15 May 2022 22:49:44 EST 6LZ/uBKi No.46947 Reply
i think if you got a smoker.. yeah , they'll just prohibit that also. then you spent 300 for 3 months.
dangerous is dangerous and it sucks when it impedes you but if you are trying to grill.. maybe you can get a fan and grill inside and blow the smoke out? idk i mean other than knocking the grill over i can't think of a saftey concern

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