Show Notes for Thursday August 8, 2019

Show Notes for Thursday August 8, 2019

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Dear John,

My neighbor is upset with me for asking him to keep the noise down. He was having a party a few weeks ago. It was very late and they had music cranked up. I had to work at 5am, so I asked him to turn the music down a little. He did for about 5 minutes, then it was even louder. I tried to just turn on some sleep music and somehow get back to sleep, but then I noticed flashing lights. The police were called by one of the other neighbors. He thinks I called them. We have had a great friendship for the three years we've lived together. I would have been at the party myself if I didn't have to work the next morning. How do I get him to understand it was not me who called the police? I already told him, but he apparently doesn't believe me. He's been pretty short with me. What do I do to mend this friendship?

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Police in Germany are planning to bill a 71-year-old woman for going to her house to investigate who was playing the loud music that was disturbing her. They discovered the music was coming from her own radio. She’d been playing the radio full blast in her garden earlier in the day and forgot about it.

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