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I remember days like this. Just go out and put 3 15" subs in the Mazda3 and when they are playing in the garage, go out and crank out some Mexican/Country or Rap. Just play something they don't like.
Long ago at my dads we had neighbors that would play their music full blast in their car after work everyday. It was just way too loud and distorted. So after school when there we just getting off work I would have my friends help me get my 4 15" JVC house speakers and set them up outside. Only took 3 days of NWA to have them move their after work party somewhere else.


Seriously it sounds like you have done everything that you can on your own. And legal action is your last resort.
I take it you don't have Home Owners there?

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AzMz3 means a home owners association which is usually around to help with issues between home owners and other things.
Once, a neighbor behind our house had a party late into the night, so the next morning me and my dad went outside and fired up all our stereos and lawn mowers, etc, basically everything that could make noise and we put it against the back fence. They never had a party again.

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Dont you hate throw backs in the evolutionary chain..they just make you want treat them like animals..Oh well. Good luck in your legal proceedings. Hopefully they shut the hell up.
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I would also like to add that I hope for the sake of your son and those nearby while he is playing that proper hearing protection is being utilized.
Best line ever!

Since I don't know much about legal rights and law, I can only wish you the best of luck. This also makes me realized... maybe i should turn my stereo down a lil bit when I'm going swimming =/


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Give me the names of these people and their address along with $500 sent to budgy, care of the pentagon....your problems will go away.

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Man, that really bites.* I feel for ya, for sure.* Nothing like a bunch of hicks living outside a hick neighbourhood, is there?

Do you have any way to measure how many decibels are actually being heard at the property line?* I mean, if they're under the ninety you mention, then you've got a problem if you don't like it.* 90 is pretty loud.* Stand about four feet away from someone running a chainsaw full throttle... that's ninety.

I personally don't know how a court will be able to enforce this.* You might be better off talking to the guy again before firing off that letter.* You don't want a neighbour war on your hands.* If the kids are stomping sprinkler heads, your 3 may be up for a keying one night, which would obviously not be worth it.

I'd bring a case of cold beer over when the guys doing yard work or something and have a friendly talk with him.* If he really likes you, then it will be harder for him to want to continue pissing you off.* If you bring him beer and he thinks you're a good guy you will have a better chance of getting compliance in a friendly manner.* I just think that threatening legal action is gonna be something you might regret; especially if he or his kids are complete assholes and they hate your guts.

food for thought.* Might not taste good though.

Anyway, I wish ya luck with whatever route you go. If you figure "fuck him" and want to go hardball... see if you can hire and bang his escort wife.
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