Did you ever feel your car vibrate when you are near another car whose driver is blasting music? And I use the term music loosely! Why is it that some people don’t have consideration for anyone else?
Last week when this happened for the umteenth time, I noticed that the driver’s window was open, and he was banging his fists on the steering wheel to the “beat” of the noise. Go figure! I quickly shut my window but this didn’t help. The obnoxious, repetitive heavy base sound is not something that could easily be ignored.
My neighborhood has been invaded by these same sounds. Last night I was working at my computer when my office was actually vibrating. My glass figurine collection was rattling on the shelves, and my pencils were rolling off my desk. This was the closest I have come to experiencing an earthquake.
Our space is being infiltrated with inconsiderate, selfish people who have hearing problems. I know this for a fact because it has been proven that when listening to amplified rock music, loss of hearing is inevitable. The decibels could be in the range of a military jet, an air raid siren or a shotgun.
So maybe the solution is an iPod with ear buds to save my hearing. If everyone else would partake of this popular music apparatus, I could enjoy some peace and quiet.