reply to post by Human_Alien
Liberty is in the hearts of Patriots, friend. Yes, the powers are trying to cow tow us into their ways of thinking and doing, but to some of us, no
way, no how will this be. Just a few days ago I was at a place where therapy for folks is offered, it was late in the afternoon, and all offices were
closed save one. I was parked 50 feet or so from that office, you have to go through two doors to get inside.
I am a die hard Elton John fan, and was playing "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road," the first song is "Funeral for a Friend"
The organ music is quite good, and I of course had my Pioneer Supertuner up to about 30% or so. Way down the building complex, which was like a strip
mall would be, at the office on the end, about 150 feet away was a small Ford car. The music caused the car's alarm to go off, and the horn began to
blare, and the headlights began to flash.
This lady can running out, fumbled with the keys, and finally was able to unlock the door and reset the alarm. No sooner did she get the door shut,
Elton hit the keys again and the alarm began to go off again. The lady went through the same sequence again, this time throwing me a dirty look. Again
the same thing happened. I did turn down the volume at this point, I could see that the woman was getting frustrated and was trying to be respectful,
I had already had my fun. The woman stomped over to my truck, and began to berate me, and tell me to turn off that "Devil Music," (her words) and
that if I did not, she would "call the law on me."
I asked from where did she get authority to step all over my Constitutional Rights and Freedom of Expression as written in the Bill of Rights. I asked
her how would she feel if I did the same thing over her loud and annoying car alarm, disturbing my listening pleasure? I told he to call the police,
is she dared. What are you going to say to them? I asked. Are you the noise police? I asked? She then went away.
Some people do think they can tell other what to do, but as I said, true Liberty is in the heart, and if you do not know your rights, then you don't