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Party Noise on Westbourne Drive
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Snazy


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Post: #1
01-06-2009 12:22 AM

Is this some sort of joke or what!!
Its half past midnight, music so loud I can hear it inside my house from the next street.

I am no party pooper, but this is just selfish and rediculous!

Still hearing people talking loudly. Shocked that no one from the nouses next door have said anything.

Capital radio being rammed down your ears at 12.30 at night, its bad enough when I'm not trying to sleep.

If you're reading this.... You are a special kind of person, words don't describe you well enough!

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Snazy


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01-06-2009 01:23 PM

Finally silenced at 1am!

Thanks guys, missus woke up shattered this morning for work.

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michael


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01-06-2009 01:47 PM

During the summer months people do tend to open windows and play music outdoors. It can be very annoying and I sympathise with all sufferers. However, I do have a solution that helps me get through the summer - a pair of ear plugs.

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Snazy


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01-06-2009 02:09 PM

lol yeah thats one answer but at the same time if my mother is calling for help in the middle of the night, I would not hear her, so not a good solution sadly.

Got nothing against parties, or people having fun. But there is nothing wrong with a little respect either, and as it gets later, maybe turn it down to a suitable level.

I was trying to cool the house the "green" way, but I will just put the AC on and do my bit to kill the planet instead now lol.

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brian


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01-06-2009 03:35 PM

I agree why should one be forced to wear earplugs .
Music that upsets your neighbours is outrageous.

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Snazy


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01-06-2009 04:06 PM

Im all for a little understanding and flexability. But firstly, Sunday night is prob a bad choice.. Fri and Sat would have left far less people tired for work this morning

Then there is volume.. Its not like we have paddling pool size rear gardens between our buildings, they are fair sized, so to be able to hear it clearly, from the middle of the next street, word for word that the DJ was saying. Was quite amuzing to hear him say "text in if you cant sleep tonight, because its hot and sweaty or any other reason" Ironic I think is the word im looking for.

Fingers crossed I wont needear plugs for the remainder of the summer as suggested.

Party on I say, just remember life goes on for others around you, so show a little respect eh.

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