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Back in my old city there was a 7-11 that did the same thing. It was obnoxious. I don’t know how well it worked, cause it was still a hotbed for shady peeps
A Walgren’s in Albuquerque does this. I used to get my lunch across the street at the supermarket then go sit on the grass out front. I noticed a number of others doing similar. A roasted chicken thigh, fresh tortillas, and Rossini is absolutely the best.
Like, physically? How fucking loud is it?
They used to play classical music at the train stations so the kids didn’t hang out.
The city of Fort Lauderdale plays abian noise at 4am when clubs get out. They also put on sprinklers all over even where’s there is no grass so homeless can’t sleep.
They do it at the St John’s 7-11 as well. I always thought it was peculiar. Now I know why they do it.
Back in the ’80s when I was skateboarding me and Friends used to go skating at a local church. They had plenty of handrails and nice wide sloping handicap ramps, perfect for skateboarding and grinding. Calling the cops on us to get us to leave didn’t work, then they sprinkled gravel on all the sidewalks and ramps around the church. We brought brooms. Then they decided to loudly pipe out some corny hillbilly sounding bluegrass gospel music to get us to leave…. it had a decent BPM to skate to. Then they decided to go CIA mode and torture us with Old Testament Bible readings by who sounded like Ferris Bueller’s school teacher, and did it at full blast.. we surrendered, we moved on to a strip mall a couple blocks over from the church
Cafes blast cold to get people moving sometimes to
>According to Austin’s Code of Ordinance of amplified sound, a business may not operate equipment that produces a sound louder than 85 decibels, equivalent to that of a food blender, from the property line between the hours of 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. And from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m., the sound should not be audible at the property line, according to the same code.
>One KXAN viewer who lives in an apartment building opposite the building contacted us, saying he could also hear the opera music playing throughout the night.
I think that the violations won’t stop until substantial fines are applied..
If the goal is to annoy people I think Reddit can come up with a lot of music ideas that are worse than opera music.
Time to say goodbye.
The police don’t enforce noise ordinances anyway. Just ask a cop when was the last time he checked a Harley for Legal Pipes.
A place where I live blasts baby shark all night long to keep the homeless away.
They do this at a bank here to dissuade the homeless. It is LOUD.
This has been happening at a couple places in Portland for a while