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#1 Dec 09 2012 at 7:39 PM Rating: Good
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And never once have I had a problem with my direct neighbors. Sure, there were the kids throwing rocks in the parking lot and generally tearing up the landscaping, and the occasional loud car coming through at 3:00AM full of drunk idiots, but all stuff I could deal with. However, I recently acquired a new hood rat neighbor who insists on having all his friends over and bumping loud music all hours of the night and day. Last night I had to endure from about 9:00PM to 1:00AM, and tonight it started again at ~7:00PM. Before I walk on over there and make a new enemy, I thought I'd see if anyone here had any creative ideas for dealing with jerks like this.

Shall I lace his porch step and door handle with vaseline? Light a string of firecrackers on his back porch? Gently arrange a nail under his front car tire?

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Get an engineering degree and when he leaves to go to work, go Jigsaw on his place. Not only will you teach him a lesson, you'll improve your education as well.
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Invite him over for a drink, so you can hash your differences out.

I recommend Amontillado, cold.
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Timelordwho wrote:
Invite him over for a drink, so you can hash your differences out.

I recommend Amontillado, cold.
I'd go with a nice peaty Islay, like Laphroaig. Then you can berate his lack of manhood if/when he can't drink it.
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Invite him over for a drink, so you can hash your differences out.

I recommend Amontillado, cold.
I'd go with a nice peaty Islay, like Laphroaig. Then you can berate his lack of manhood if/when he can't drink it.


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Timelordwho wrote:
Invite him over for a drink, so you can hash your differences out.

I recommend Amontillado, cold.


Won't work, walls are too thin and drywall is a poor sound insulator.
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I can't believe the people on this forum, a long time poster is asking for serious advice, and none of you have said PIIHP.
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We would if you or Nix was having the issue.
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Hide sardines relatively close to his door. Eventually it'll start smelling really bad, and added bonus it'll attract the strays.
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I say go Shaowstrike's avatar on his ***.
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Shall I lace his porch step and door handle with vaseline? Light a string of firecrackers on his back porch? Gently arrange a nail under his front car tire?
Find a way to shut off his power by remote.
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What is the cuttoff time for noise ordinances around your place? Where I live it's 10 pm. Call the cops at 10:01 or whatever. Every school/work night.

And/or alternatively buy a IEC 61672:2003 compliant sound level meter, to show your neighbour how obnoxious he's being on a school/work night.
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[quote=Timelordwho]Invite him over for a drink, so you can hash your differences out.

I recommend Amontillado, cold.
I'd go with a nice peaty Islay, like Laphroaig. Then you can berate his lack of manhood if/when he can't drink it.


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Ok, you drink the booze for me then so I can live vigorously through you or something.
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Invite him over for a drink, so you can hash your differences out.

I recommend Amontillado, cold.
I'd go with a nice peaty Islay, like Laphroaig. Then you can berate his lack of manhood if/when he can't drink it.


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8 years of renting? Over halfway to a house on a 15 year.

Call the Cops and Landlord. I'm sure the landlord won't be to happy they've got a rental being used as a Club.
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Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
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Timelordwho wrote:
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Invite him over for a drink, so you can hash your differences out.

I recommend Amontillado, cold.
I'd go with a nice peaty Islay, like Laphroaig. Then you can berate his lack of manhood if/when he can't drink it.


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Literary references have no place on the internet! Smiley: mad

I might have gotten it if you had said "cellar temperature". Smiley: lol

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I was thinking of this when I posted:

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Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.
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Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.

I have one of those. In the summer when the windows are open I can hear my neighbors partying. It's birds that interrupt my sleep though.
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That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.

If only!

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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
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Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.
And living in an apartment is asking to have a neighbour who plays loud music late into the night. Pick your poison.
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Uglysasquatch wrote:
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Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.
And living in an apartment is asking to have a neighbour who plays loud music late into the night. Pick your poison.

Well the only reason I'm still in the apartment is because it's a small town with limited options but the school district has the best special education staff and my sister has epilepsy. Once she graduates (in May), I'll definitely be moving into a house somewhere farther away from the congestion.

At any rate, I decided to go eye for an eye on the ******* and played about 10 solid minutes of Nickelback at full volume. The silence afterward was golden.
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BrownDuck wrote:
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Uglysasquatch wrote:
Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.
And living in an apartment is asking to have a neighbour who plays loud music late into the night. Pick your poison.

Well the only reason I'm still in the apartment is because it's a small town with limited options but the school district has the best special education staff and my sister has epilepsy. Once she graduates (in May), I'll definitely be moving into a house somewhere farther away from the congestion.

At any rate, I decided to go eye for an eye on the @#%^ and played about 10 solid minutes of Nickelback at full volume. The silence afterward was golden.
You should have played an hour of Gregorian Chant.
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Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.


Hey neighbor, name's Ed. Where you from? Family's been on this land here for darn near 150 years. 12th generation chicken farmer, that's right. Hey, leeme show you around. Keep our roosters in pens down by the gully. Got 'bout 150 of them right now, don't keep too many. Boy but do they ever get going on a clear morning, I tell you what. 5k hens in the barn though, just popping out money.

All our runoff settles in the pond here across the fence from your place, makes for some good fertilizer. What ya planning on growin? Well if you want any you know where to get it. Best when it's fresh like now. Anytime you need, just borrow a bit. Don't be a stranger like the Johnsons over there. Never hear a peep from them, 'cept when their boy brings home a new rifle. Loves shooting those things off. Just between you and me though, boy ain't been right since he got back from Iraq couple years back. Bless him he's a good boy, just worry 'bout him is all.
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BrownDuck wrote:
Uglysasquatch wrote:
The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Uglysasquatch wrote:
Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.
And living in an apartment is asking to have a neighbour who plays loud music late into the night. Pick your poison.

Well the only reason I'm still in the apartment is because it's a small town with limited options but the school district has the best special education staff and my sister has epilepsy. Once she graduates (in May), I'll definitely be moving into a house somewhere farther away from the congestion.

At any rate, I decided to go eye for an eye on the @#%^ and played about 10 solid minutes of Nickelback at full volume. The silence afterward was golden.
Hey, do whatever works for you. You asked for ideas, so I tossed one out there. I wouldn't move because of a neighbour (I would because of a neighbourhood though). I'd have likely stayed quiet until I got really annoyed then I'd find ways to annoy him more than he annoys me. You did what I would do, just sooner than I would have.


Edited, Dec 10th 2012 2:32pm by Uglysasquatch
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You should have played an hour of Gregorian Chant.


I wanted something annoying (I actually like that stuff) and with bass that could be heard clearly through the walls.
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BrownDuck wrote:
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You should have played an hour of Gregorian Chant.


I wanted something annoying (I actually like that stuff) and with bass that could be heard clearly through the walls.


Don't play dubsteb, you'll only make them stronger.


Play "Friday" by Rebecca Black with the bass cranked up. Make sure you go to Home Depot/Lowes and get a good hearing protecting headset with direction mic before that though.

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BrownDuck wrote:
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You should have played an hour of Gregorian Chant.


I wanted something annoying (I actually like that stuff) and with bass that could be heard clearly through the walls.
Shouldn't you choose something you yourself like, but that they would find annoying? I mean, I'm assuming you're going to have to hear it too.
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Spoonless wrote:
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You should have played an hour of Gregorian Chant.


I wanted something annoying (I actually like that stuff) and with bass that could be heard clearly through the walls.
Shouldn't you choose something you yourself like, but that they would find annoying? I mean, I'm assuming you're going to have to hear it too.

I can tolerate Nickelback, and even like a few songs. Why else would I have them available to play in the first place? Smiley: tongue In related news, I don't actually own a lot of dubstep. I'm very selective about that kind of music, and generally dislike the genre.
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You should have played an hour of Gregorian Chant.


I wanted something annoying (I actually like that stuff) and with bass that could be heard clearly through the walls.
Shouldn't you choose something you yourself like, but that they would find annoying? I mean, I'm assuming you're going to have to hear it too.

I can tolerate Nickelback, and even like a few songs. Why else would I have them available to play in the first place? Smiley: tongue In related news, I don't actually own a lot of dubstep. I'm very selective about that kind of music, and generally dislike the genre.


I figured that you were playing the music off of YouTube.
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Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.
And living in an apartment is asking to have a neighbour who plays loud music late into the night. Pick your poison.
Or you could live in a house on a lot in a neighborhood. It strikes a good balance.
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Uglysasquatch wrote:
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Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.
And living in an apartment is asking to have a neighbour who plays loud music late into the night. Pick your poison.
Or you could live in a house on a lot in a neighborhood. It strikes a good balance.
THIS IS OOT, we don't deal in middle grounds.
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Uglysasquatch wrote:
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Uglysasquatch wrote:
Move out of the apartment and into a house with 4+ acres of land, with the house situated smack dab in the middle of it, surrounded by trees.
That's just asking to be abducted and **** probed.
And living in an apartment is asking to have a neighbour who plays loud music late into the night. Pick your poison.
Or you could live in a house on a lot in a neighborhood. It strikes a good balance.


Homeowners Associations


I'll take the drunks next door
They'll at least have beer.
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At any rate, I decided to go eye for an eye on the @#%^ and played about 10 solid minutes of Nickelback at full volume. The silence afterward was golden.


It's possible your neighbor just didn't realize that everyone around could hear his music playing and that provided the subtle hint needed. If not, I wouldn't continue to go toe to toe with him, but just call the cops if he's violating the noise laws. Hopefully it wont come to that though.
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We don't need Homeowners Associations in Canada. We have government to tell us what to do.
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We don't need Homeowners Associations in Canada. We have government to tell us what to do.
You can be a foreigner and still be president of the homeowners association.
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We don't need Homeowners Associations in Canada. We have government to tell us what to do.
You can be a foreigner and still be president of the homeowners association.


No Birth Certificate checks, eh?
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You can be a foreigner and still be president of the homeowners association.

Not if Amendment #12b to the Pine Glen Homeowners Association and Management Board Agreement passes at next Thursday's meeting. And, God and America willing, it will.
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We don't need Homeowners Associations in Canada. We have government to tell us what to do.
You can be a foreigner and still be president of the homeowners association.
Parliamentary my dear, we don't care about presidents.
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1am? Consider yourself lucky, my neighbors are outside playing soccer screaming "GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL" until 6am at least once a week. One of their buddies is a bad drunk so usually we just have to wait it out until he picks a fight, then it usually deescalates and everyone goes home.
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1am? Consider yourself lucky, my neighbors are outside playing soccer screaming "GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL" until 6am at least once a week. One of their buddies is a bad drunk so usually we just have to wait it out until he picks a fight, then it usually deescalates and everyone goes home.

Yeah in the grand scheme of things, it's not that bad, but a steady incessant bass beat coming through the wall is just **** annoying.
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1am? Consider yourself lucky, my neighbors are outside playing soccer screaming "GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL" until 6am at least once a week.
It's funny that one of the arguments that are leveled against living in big cities like New York is the noise at night. Smiley: laugh
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1am? Consider yourself lucky, my neighbors are outside playing soccer screaming "GOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOAL" until 6am at least once a week.


My neighbor's friend, who lives on the second floor, likes to inform my neighbor of his impending arrival by shouting his (my neighbor's) name from way down the hall. One of these days, I'm going to not be in bed when it happens, and then I'm going to kill him. Smiley: glare
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