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Wednesday, February 16, 2005


Practical Ethics 

At what point does my neighbor's right to have sex impinge on my right to a full and uninterrupted night's sleep? There's gotta be a guideline for this...

-R

5 Comments:

Well, sexual activity is not the issue. (though the confrontation would be easier if it were loud music) The neighbors are preventing your sleep. Ask them politely to keep it down. Re arrange your room for your own sleep benefit. If your sleep is interrupted again, warn them again, and then call the cops if it persists.

By Blogger K, at 11:06 AM  


Strangely enough, I've been having this particular problem as well.

At 3 in the morning...

By Blogger Hudd, at 4:04 PM  


Hudd - this was going on at 4am, 5am, and 6 am! K - I'm not rearranging my room so as to accomodate them.

-R

By Blogger Ryan, at 11:04 PM  


::snort::

Sorry, but you have to admit, it is kinda funny.

At any rate, I would leave a note on their door informing them of the thin walls. Hopefully, that'll mollify them into being a bit more quiet (or at least having sex earlier in the night). If that doesn't work, I'd call the landlord - not the cops.

By Anonymous Lacy, at 7:52 AM  


*laughs*

This sort of thing usually doesn't happen where I live...

By Blogger Aronwy, at 9:00 AM  


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