Skip to comments.Woman Calls Cops On Salvation Army Workers For Ringing Bells
Posted on 11/22/2012 12:55:48 PM PST by Morgana
PORTSMOUTH, N.H. (CBS Connecticut) For some, the idea of Christmas coming early is anything but welcome.
Local shop owner Sarah Hamilton-Parker, tired after years tolling bells sounded by Salvation Army workers for hours on end during the holiday season, took matters into her own hands by reaching out to local authorities to complain about the noise.
I listen to this for 200 hours a year, Hamilton-Parker told the Portsmouth Herald. This is my fourth year and I cant take it anymore. Im so sick of it.
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Another hyphenated flaming liberal show’s their true colors by being offended by an effective, non-government charitable organization. That ringing bell must burn her to no end, knowing that it means good will and helping one’s fellow Americans in their time of need, without assistance from the government.
I've haven't changed in 40 years. I see a lot of other people running. Running. And they tell ME. You have changed.
Red Hampshire is the least-religious state in the Nation. This shouldn’t surprise anyone...NH = Sodom.
I believe and hope that you are missing the initial point. ANY NOISE repetitiously can get me pissed off. I had a neighbor’s dog that barked at night. I warned these people over and over. I called the cops on these jerks. They could do nothing but ask them to quiet their dog. No rules. I ended up moving for work. Thank goodness.
Just wait until she tries to complain about the call to prayer five times a day.
Well maybe they could get a street preacher to harangue passers by. I’m sure that would work. No bells!
My wife and I have a “private” code for folks like that - when we see/hear someone acting the absolute a$$, we tell each other, “I know how that person votes”. It’s a simple and non-definite statement, yet it really tends to pi$$ them off.
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