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(AsiaOne)   Concert pianist may be jailed after the neighbor in the apartment below her called police to say her rehearsals are too loud. Will this black on white crime ever end?   (news.asiaone.com) divider line 4
    More: Asinine, practice makes perfect, noise regulation, pianists  
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2013-11-16 08:49:54 AM  
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I recall a similar case back in the 40s. Didn't end well for the musician, I'm afraid.
2013-11-16 08:48:54 AM  
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I'd like everyone to stop for a moment and consider why we live in a world where something as trivial as this ends in jail time.

/Humanity is farked.
2013-11-16 08:17:18 AM  
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What time of day was she playing?  Between 11pm and 9am I would call the cops too.  I hate inconsiderate people.  Reminds me I still need to find out who to call about my dbag neighbor kid drives back and forth multiple times a day with his disconnected muffler on his car because it's "cool".
2013-11-16 08:04:49 AM  
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"Years of suffering"? Was she playing rap? Speed metal? Oriental multi-tone weird stuff?  I'm not getting how piano music is psychologically damaging.

The proposed penalties are ridiculous. Prison time for a noise violation? Banned from working?
 
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