The Right Noise

Going through the Newspaper this morning, I chanced up on an article in which the police say that DJs are the main noise polluters. Of course they do create public nuisance by playing loud music at nights.

Before coming down strongly on them, shouldn’t our law enforcers think about other Noise makers too?

  • Like the political gatherings for which huge PA systems are set up.
  • Crackers with high decibel levels being burst to celebrate events. Diwali, weddings, political victories et cetera
  • And the grand daddy of them all, Honking

So dear Uncles/Aunties, Brothers/Sisters Before you put the blame on others for ruining your sleep by playing loud music at night, stop using that Horn uselessly while on a busy road. You are contributing to noise as well. And this noise also adds to your restlessness. And if you really must use horns, use one which doesnt produce a shrill noise



About V
A software developer by profession, Milcom is a football lover and considers music as his religion. While he is not working, he likes reading blogs, listening to music, reading novels or simply sitting idle, in which he is a world champion.

6 Responses to The Right Noise

  1. Fawkes says:

    I hate those loud blaring horns! They give such a splitting headache … shrill horns are a scourge seriously!

  2. Ramani says:

    Hmmm… even i hate those honkers… but i am little (actually very) confused on this noise pollution stuff!!!… i dont think noise make the world more hot… unless some hot stuff is being played on… πŸ˜›

  3. sreek says:

    totally second ramani there…its not really pollution..the neighbours can may b first control their snorin and stuff …most o the time they are just awake coz their husb/wife is snorin away to oblivion..!!

    • milcom says:

      I would suggest that the two of you go and learn the definition of Noise Pollution as well as Pollution first. Hehe. Just kidding. πŸ˜›
      I am just pointing out the hypocrisy of a lot of the people who complain about others when they really need to correct themselves first. πŸ™‚

  4. Priya says:

    Don’t the DJs play in closed areas? They should have sound proof walls/glass around.
    Or anybody else playing loud music in the night should prolly make use of head phones.

    • milcom says:

      The report was talking about DJs who play at weddings and parties which are held in open areas like the grounds of a farmhouse. What I wanted to point out was the selfishness of all the gentlemen who complain about it only when it becomes a nuisance to them. They don’t realize that honking is in fact a better nuisance. πŸ™‚

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