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July 23, 2015

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JT

I get the sense that "growing number" of complaints about Merriweather are a result of a general lowering of the bar of what is complaint worthy. I was told anecdotally that the County received numerous complaints about "Mumford and Sons", an all acoustic band. Sweet Life has made it that a certain segment are now complaining when they overhear the music, rather than being truly annoyed.

Ironic, that many who are now complaining probably tolerated (or even attended) the epic Merriweather Shows of the 1970s- the Who, Zeppelin, the Dead etc. The shows were louder then.

Columbia Watcher

Wow! You sure do know about spinning fact-free packs of lies! And methinks thou doth protest too much as you seem to be the one who needs an enemy.

I happen to know that Klein is always emphasizing what he is for, not what he is against. Too bad you can't follow suit.

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