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Wednesday, June 30, 2010
I have lived in over 40 different rental properties and in 80% of them living conditions are made intolerable by women who feel the need to slam doors and stomp their feet.
Why is it necessary? Are you announcing to the entire building when you enter and exit your apartment? Are you all looking for attention, is that it? Is it just pure malice? If I'm awake then everybody's awake kind of thing?
Is it depth perception? It seemed to me it was not this bad in the past. Perhaps something in our diet is affecting the depth perception of women?
The foot stomping is really quite incredible, a 90 pound woman usually makes about 105-120db when walking, where a 350 pound man might make 45db? What's the deal? Damage from high heels? Why does it affect all of you? It feels like you all hate men and do not want us to have any peace and you will take every opportunity to deprive men of their needs. (mainly sleep and a peaceful domicile.
I just don't get it. Please explain it to me. Please try to stop. This very issue has nearly driven me insane on several occasions, nearly into a murderous rage. It could ruin my life as I will never be able to afford a house of my own.
Earplugs (+over ear protectors) do not stop door slamming and foot stomping. Most ear protection only covers down to about 20Hz. Earplugs don't help when the walls and floor shake.
Do you not understand that you are being highly inconsiderate? I can only assume that you all do and are pure evil beings sent from hell. —WhyWhyWhy?
Tags: hell hath no fury...
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