Man writes odd signs to get back at predatory home buyers

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A Beacon man is getting revenge against predatory home buyers in his own unique way.

When Keith Decent saw a sign from a business in front of his house, he grabbed a marker and got to work.

Decent would write odd phrases like "We buy grandmas in any condition" or "Can we eat your cheese, this is not a joke."

He says he wanted revenge against businesses that prey on vulnerable homeowners, but wanted it to be fun.

"I just have a sense of humor about things that make you angry," Decent said.

Decent says he wanted to send a message and look out for the people in his community.

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