Wash. judge: Blaring car horn is not free speech
Being honked off doesn't give you a right to honk on, a judge told a woman who vented at a neighbor by leaning on her car horn at 6 a.m. Helen Immelt of Monroe, Wash., expressed her anger in 2006 because the neighbor had complained to their homeowners association about her having chickens against the association's rules.
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#1 Jun 10, 2009
Just because it's a noise doesn't mean it's speech.
She wasn't trying to communicate anything by honking her horn, she was just trying to annoy.
Since: Mar 08
#2 Jun 10, 2009
Horns are reservation door bells.
The dogs might mug you if you get out too soon sometimes.
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