Noise Pollution in the Urban Environment

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Re: Noise Pollution in the Urban Environment

Postby Henry Vilas » Thu Sep 05, 2013 8:04 am

So you didn't move but renewed your lease instead, despite the noise?

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Re: Noise Pollution in the Urban Environment

Postby SidSeven » Tue Sep 10, 2013 7:38 pm

6 years....NO LEASE. Got it? Every wheres I try to live in my hometown, the building gets torn down or sold or I gotta move at any rate...Mostly I'm ok with that. I moved in here & the Pub got sold after 40+ years, so 5 times in a row I can't Live somewhere because I can't afford more than 500 bucks a month to live somewhere, & that better include heat & electric which is a thing of the past because I've been t-row-priced out of my natural habitat.
Mostly I gotta move so's as how rich-folk can get richer.
see? @50 this is starting to bug me.

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Re: Noise Pollution in the Urban Environment

Postby Henry Vilas » Tue Sep 10, 2013 8:05 pm

SidSeven wrote:6 years....NO LEASE. Got it?

Yes, I got it. No lease. You constantly complain about the place. Yet you stay (for six years). The very definition of masochism. Hope you enjoy your pain.

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Re: Noise Pollution in the Urban Environment

Postby SidSeven » Tue Sep 10, 2013 9:13 pm

So, poor people rearrange rich peoples pathos.

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Re: Noise Pollution in the Urban Environment

Postby rabble » Wed Sep 11, 2013 8:30 am

SidSeven wrote:So, poor people rearrange rich peoples pathos.

Basically, yeah. It's always been that way more or less, but we've recently entered an era in which they have a great deal more power.

You can rail against it, complain, and take legal steps that are there for officials to point to but are almost always completely ineffective, and you can post to internet forums. But in the end the noble's carriage is going to roll over you if you don't get out of the way, just like it does the rest of us peasants.

Sorry to be the one to let you know.


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