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Monday, March 15, 2010

Brain-dead noisy neighbours

Posted on Mon, Mar 15, 2010 at 10:59 AM

To my lovely neighbours in a small five-unit apartment building in Dartmouth somewhere off of Windmill Road: Umm...are you fucking deaf or do you really feel the need to have your TV so loud that everyone can hear it and your video games all the fucking time? As if it isn’t bad enough that you walk around as if you’re trying to break a hole in the ice on a frozen lake, but then you gotta’ crank up your fuckin surround sound so that it sounds like you’re in a Stones concert.

Well why not? What kind of neighbours wouldn’t want a bunch of noise constantly rumbling into their home when they're trying to relax after a long day? You live in a small one-bedroom apartment, not a ball park. Do you not realize that other people live around you? Do you really think we like to hear your noise? Surround sound is not appropriate for small apartments in old buildings fuckhead. I can barely hear my own TV from the other room yet I here your entertainment unit from the whole damn apartment. At least I have the decency to only have my media devices loud enough for me to hear them and not the whole fucking building. It's one thing if you can’t control some of the noise you make but stomping around and jacking up the volume is totally ignorant and unnecessary.

And is all you do at home is play video games all day/night? Whenever I’m here I all I hear is you. If it wasn’t for your crappy squeaky bed, I’d assume you where a 30-year-old virgin. Who else spends that much time playing video games? Why don’t you go get a life so the rest of us can relax for once? I can’t wait to move outta here. Sick and tired of hearing all your gawd damn noise—turn it the fuck down you fucking brain-donor reject. Earplugs can only do so much. —Respectfully Quiet

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