Patch Blog: I Am a Noise Victim

I am a noise victim.

Yes, I am a victim of noise.    The politically incorrect kind of noise.   Church noise.   The kind of noise that politicians stay away from.       

Noise is noise.  Noise  knows no race or color.   Noise knows no religion.   Noise does not know rich or poor.   Noise does not discriminate. Why do people want to put these issues into play when you discuss noise issues? They want to "protect" something whether it be their race, religion or something else.

Why does want to continue their noise? What is it they feel they have to protect?   Religion or race or anything else has nothing to do with noise. To think it does shows ignorance.  

If those that care really do not want to be ignorant they would do some research on the history of bells and what the meaning of "noise" is.  Those that defend religous noise refuse to do the research and are left to ignorance.  Noise is a crime.

I am a noise victim.  


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nonoise September 04, 2013 at 08:43 PM
Cypress Park neighborhood council voted last month to give a letter to the city council supporting changing and/or reviewing the noise laws.
nonoise May 18, 2014 at 03:21 PM
http://abc7.com/archive/7334604/ I am a noise victim.
nonoise May 18, 2014 at 04:05 PM
California Penal Code 4 15 gives no exemptions. Los Angeles Municipal Code chapter 11, Article 5, Section 116 gives no exemptions. Churches are NOT exempt from the law.
nonoise May 20, 2014 at 11:30 AM


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