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Old 10-31-2009, 10:47 PM
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I'm so freaking SICK of this.

So they decided to throw a big party today. Fine I dont' care.

didn't LIKE hearing their music pumping through our walls but they stopped that.

HOWEVER... it is now 11:30 pm and like TWENTY kids are outside in their yard SCREAMING their heads off. literally screaming. not just laughter and playing... SHRIEKING and SCREAMING

I sent beezer out there to bark at them lol.

but seriously. I'm fed UP with this BS. You DON'T send your kids outside to run around and be obnoxious at 11:30 pm
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Old 10-31-2009, 11:15 PM
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Call the cops - it won't be obvious that it's you if they are being that loud.

Good luck - bad neighbors suck!
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Old 10-31-2009, 11:27 PM
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well..we have complained to them twice before about their loud music and crazy kids... I was polite... but they'd know

but I don't really care at this poitn if they know.

the kids have mostly gone inside... there are still a few out there being loud so I'm seriously considering it.

Beezer is freaking out (expected after the nonsense that went on BECAUSE of these neighbors not long ago) and silly mee... I'm making him be quiet. wish others could be so curteous.
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Old 11-01-2009, 01:19 AM
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Go join the party.

I'm sorry you have to deal with rude and stressful neighbors; at least it's only Halloween night and not a house with parties every night; we had one of those neighbors at one point. Not fun; and they were complete assholes.

Be careful with Beezer. You never know what drunk kids might throw over the fence.
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Old 11-01-2009, 07:31 AM
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Hey sparks, I sympathize.

I have neighbors ACROSS THE STREET that drive me nuts! Yes, they ARE that loud, and my bedroom is in the front of the house and that doesn't help. I don't give a pooh if they know I call or not, when it reaches 10:00pm I CALL! (noise ordinance in our town is 10pm-6am) I used to flip, flop, and wait until I couldn't take it anymore..........but they would seriously drag it on until 3-4 in the morning Now if they've started in with the music and noise, I just call right at 10 and get it over with, save me time and trouble and lets me sleep

I used to stress over it, wanted to be a "good neighbor" and fair..........but you know, I finally come to the conclusion that they didn't mind disturbing us (all neighbors around them) so I shouldn't mind/feel bad about "disturbing" them.

Just start calling each and every time..........either the cops will get tired of giving a warning and actually write a ticket, or the neighbors will get tired of the cops coming and start being more considerate, LOL
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Old 11-01-2009, 07:52 AM
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I agree to be careful with your dogs; you never know what people will do.

Back in NY you could call to complain if the noise was after 11 p.m.
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Old 11-01-2009, 08:04 AM
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I had the same problem last night! It lasted to well after midnight. The security guard was parked out right infront of their house - they didn't get the hint, he didn't do anything about it!!!
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Old 11-01-2009, 09:20 AM
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I'm glad it's quiet here !
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Old 11-01-2009, 10:40 AM
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well I did call the cops but dont' know if they ever came. the lady said they had multiple complaints about that house but they also had a slew of other complaints so they were "getting to them as quickly as possible"

I'm figuring they probably never came because they were still going strong at 3 am.

Yeah I won't be joining them for any parties anytime soon. Just glad the cops didn't end up in my backyard shining their lights in the windows looking for one of the criminals next door again. I was pretty worried about that happening

and there is nothing in my backyard but Brian did have a lovely party cup sitting on the hood of his car. I'm surprised my pumpkins weren't smashed.
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Old 11-01-2009, 10:53 AM
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OH and... this isn't a one time thing. If this was just a halloween party and the rest of the time they were reasonably quiet that is one thing... but they are NOT ever quiet.

their kids harrass my dogs and are totally obnoxious.

There are people being loud at all hours of the night

and they never have any problem blaring their music any day any time of the week. We;ve had to ask them a few times in the past to PLEASE turn it down as I do have a child that dose go to bed at a reasonable hour.

every sunday night they seem to do this big dramatic kids swap usually at 11:30 at night which usually ends up as half an hour of screaming and crying kids and adults hollering at the kids and each other. it's ever so much fun

these are also the same people who were involved in a high speed chase that resulted in cops shining lights into MY house at 2 am looking for them.
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