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  • Trekkie313
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    Jackasses...

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  • ArthurIhde
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    Originally posted by OC2Epcot View Post
    I've never understood anyone who complains about the noise from amusement parks, stadiums, arenas, amphitheaters and such when all of those places existed before they moved to the neighborhood.
    hmm i dont understand neither

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  • OC2Epcot
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    I've never understood anyone who complains about the noise from amusement parks, stadiums, arenas, amphitheaters and such when all of those places existed before they moved to the neighborhood.

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  • JerrodDRagon
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    ^maybe they mean during the summer when it plays at like 8 o clock but really thats too early to complain in my opinion but really this is not good for the event since it needs slaughter world next year (it needs more things to spread cowards out) and this will just make them not want to deal with complaints and just be chap and have less entertainment next year.

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  • SoCalbma
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    Why is the neighbor complaining about water world I don't get them?

    Waterworld is on top of the hill. How can the neighbor hear it? There a lot of chainsaws going off on top near the show.

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  • aimster
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    The people who complained, probably as children were the ones who would remind the teacher they forgot to pass out homework.

    You CHOSE to live by a motion picture studio/theme park. There WILL be noise. SUCK IT UP AND DEAL OR MOVE!

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  • Disney Romantic
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    NIMBYs are horrible when it comes to amusement parks, though I'm still kind of surprised something as longstanding as Universal would give in to such a degree. Guess it's easier to cooperate than to deal with possible legal challenges.

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  • VL1000
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    Originally posted by F!an View Post
    I don't understand what is meant by the "'Waterworld' segment"... There is nothing along Psycho Pass, Falls Lake, WotW or other surrounding areas during HHN or regular operating hours even remotely related to Water World.
    I figure that's the reason we don't have "Slaughterworld" this year. They probably complained that it was too loud too late at night...UGH!

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  • Zorro825
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    Originally posted by F!an View Post
    Especially when the theme park has been open since 1964 and the Studio itself has been there since 1915.
    DING DING DING!!!
    If you dont like living next to a theme park that makes noise, then DONT LIVE NEXT TO A THEME PARK THAT MAKES NOISE!!!
    I live near the Burbank Airport and yes when we first moved in the noise was crazy, but we didnt go complain about the noise. We made the decision to live near an aiport, so guess what we dealt with it.
    These are probably the same neighbors that got the City of LA to kill Universal's theme park expansion plans back in the late 90's.

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  • F!an
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    Originally posted by DLRP_bopazot View Post
    when you have a big tourist attraction near by you shut your mouth and live with it EVEN if it is a Temporary Event .
    Especially when the theme park has been open since 1964 and the Studio itself has been there since 1915.

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  • sir clinksalot
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    Even though the Terror Tram was a bit weak this year, it's still one of the most unique experiences out there.

    I did notice that the loop around the hills (from the Bates Motel to the Psycho house) had MUCH less action this year than last year and I figured it was due to the neighbors.

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  • Maverick
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    Lame

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  • DLRP_bopazot
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    when you have a big tourist attraction near by you shut your mouth and live with it EVEN if it is a Temporary Event .

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  • F!an
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    I don't understand what is meant by the "'Waterworld' segment"... There is nothing along Psycho Pass, Falls Lake, WotW or other surrounding areas during HHN or regular operating hours even remotely related to Water World.

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  • USH Horror Nights forced to reduce noise/make cutbacks

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    This is unfortunate.
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