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Re: Raising Public Awareness
In a message dated 97-05-30 21:44:51 EDT, Eric writes:
<< 5. prohibit merchants from blasting their stereo noise into
> the public air
They're all great and quite workable. I'm not quite sure what was meant
by number 5. You don't mind them blasting their patrons in their store?
Or do you consider this public air/property? >>
Yes, I do mind being blasted while in a store. I especially
object to loud stereos in bars and coffee shops, since at
an earlier time of my life I experienced much good conversation
and conviviality in these atmospheres.
Lately merchants in the OU campus area have taken to
mounting stereo speakers on the overhangs above the
sidewalk, and broadcasting their junk noise into the public
air. That is even more objectionable.
-- Michael Wright
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