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I have a beautiful garden. Many strangers come in to look at it but some damage my flowers.

I was considering erecting electronic gates  as many of my neighbours have done.  However, that dangerous waster of a nephew of mine and other nuisances might claim to have right of entry as I have previously afforded him.

I'm afraid I must reconsider my intention because I have been reminded by some people of the gospel story of the prodigal son. My nephew  practises no religion, but religion apparently makes a difference.

So no electronic gates for now, I'm afraid, even if only on a temporary basis.


How silly. If you want an electronic gate, have one installed. Your nephew can ask for garden access just as anyone else can, or you can give him a temporary access code and then eliminate it from the system after his visit. It's your property, it's your right to do as you see fit.

- Erulisse (one L)
Fair due. I'm with you all the way!