Fireworks: There's a difference between being a proud patriot and a neighborhood nuisance
But less popular - and deservedly so - are the community members shooting off noisy bottle rockets and Roman candles at all hours of the night for much of the summer.Full Story
#1 Jul 14, 2013
Yes I agree with the person who wrote about persons who shoot off fireworks at all hours and weeks before and after the fourth of July.
For those who have infants,others with health issues having fireworks at all hours,there is a difference between being a proud patriot or a neighborhood nuisance.This is why more laws have to be made which no one likes more laws but if those who do not use common sense this causes more laws.
Since: Feb 10
#2 Jul 14, 2013
Given I (and my dog who go crazy over fireworks) have heard two maybe three "booms" after midnight since the fourth, it would be nice if the writer would report reality rather than fantasy.
But he's part of the media where facts and reality don't sell nearly as we'll as fantasy and fiction.
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