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In Reply to: RE: still not clear posted by farfetched on September 13, 2020 at 15:22:22
the place has stringent rules (anything placed on the balcony has to be approved), and although it has a significant college presence very little music was heard- and we're usually there on weekends.
I never had problem in my condo with noise and it was built in the mid 80s., most of my neighbors played their TVs and stereos loud enough to notice, but not 'blasting'. But then again our condo president lived directly across from us. When we moved in we were told she was a mean, tough old ****! For example kids couldn't play in the grass, parents didn't like it and often confronted her about it, but it was in the bylaws so they had to go pack sand lol... But once she warmed up to us she was very friendly and cordial.
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she uses regular kitchen knives, nothing fancy.
I think the kids that come from overseas are under so much intense pressure to succeed they expect library conditions when they study. But guess what- that ain't gonna happen.
"...so much intense pressure to succeed..."
And therein lies our tale. Sigh. My best days are when a simple melody and coffee fills me up so there's scarcely room for worry.
"...insanity laughs under pressure we're break..."
/ optimally proportioned triangles are our friends
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