Tuesday, February 13, 2007

Noise Issue to Air Live on Wash Post Radio

Washington Post Radio today at 2:30 p.m. ET will air a live interview about D.C.’s broken noise ordinance. I will participate via phone along with the impeccably credentialed Mr. Joslyn Williams, president, Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO. Mr. William’s group apparently opposes the community’s desire for peace and quiet. Surely we can find some common ground.

Listen at 1500 AM or 107.7 FM, or on the website.

Washington Post Radio’s Sam Litzinger will host.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe someone else has suggested this, but you might consider this option. These guys are losers. It is a safe bet that they have prior criminal records. Some may still be on probation. Find out their real names and who they really are. Discover whether they have criminal records and whether any are violating their probation. If so you can report them to their parole officers. You might make up a sign with their pics (arrest pics would be good) on it and a list of the crimes they have been convicted of. Some may have records they aren't proud of or would want public. Also put their home addresses and phone numbers on it. Invite people to visit their homes or call them at all hours of the day and night, legally of course. Walk around them carrying the sign. I suspect they won't like your free speech and may decide to go elsewhere. Basically make them so annoyed that they want to leave. It's worth a shot and I bet it would work.

3:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

David, well done on the radio. I'd be interested to hear how you became community volunteer for PSA 102 and what your duties entail. If you have a sec to email me at:
hudba66-trinidad1 (at) yahoo (dot) com
I'd appreciate hearing about it. Thanks.

3:37 PM  

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