By James - 18/12/2012 02:28 - United States
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Well Jesus, man. Get with the program for all that's holy.
I'm tired of all these people trying take away our rights. You can't have large or extra large soda pop. You can't have guns cause guns kill people not the people haring them barbq is bad for you cause the char causes cancer. You can't smoke outside in wide open airy places cause others will get cancer never mind the pollutants in the air already or in the water that contains drugs and other junk
Revenge. Loudly play gangnum style. That might eventually stop them
37-small keyboard and my large thumbs make it difficult to type with precision. I try my best and fix all the mistakes I see. everyone misses some, I see no reason as to why you had to bring in a mental handicap to try and insult me with it. that is just ignorant.
#4, that's tempting, but imagine how much worse it would become for all of the OTHER neighbors -- at any rate, I assume OP and the radio source aren't the only ones in earshot of all this. (Of course, now I'm imagining a whole neighborhood all blasting music at the top of their speakers' voices, and every person in the area wearing earplugs and noise-cancelling headphones until December 26.)
Simple Solution: Blast Gangnam Style back at your neighbors 24/7. They'll lose their Christmas spirit in a hurry. Edit: Damn you 4 and your wizardry
#7 -- When the Grinch has to hear the same songs over and over, all day and all night, and it's keeping him awake, and he's asked the neighbors to turn it down/off (well, maybe) and the neighbors didn't? That this is Christmas music doesn't really change the nature of the problem, except to imply there are a smaller number of songs that are therefore repeating more often.
#49, "loudly plays Christmas music 24/7" says it's happening 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, which would indeed entail overnight. Maybe the neighbor is somewhat deaf, or wears earplugs overnight, or forgot to turn it off before leaving on Christmas vacation and isn't even home to hear it.