We the undersigned ask that Government agencies and Law Enforcement agencies perform their mandated obligations and help put an end to the ever increasing noise pollution associated with the operation of illegally equipped motorcycles. As ownership of American V-twin motorcycles has increased, so has the noise pollution. The National Government and most States have laws prohibiting the use of motorcycle exhaust systems that are modified to produce excessive noise. Every community in the United States has municipal codes that address Disturbing the Peace. Yet enforcement of these laws is almost nonexistent. When most American are ask to describe their ideal community the adjectives "nice" and "quiet" are most commonly used. Now, with the recent increased popularity of American V-twin motorcycles, most communities have become anything but nice or quiet. We are forced to endure and overlook this ever more common assault on our clearly codified right to be free from the illegal and invasive noise created by this small, but loud special-interest group. We ask for nothing more than enforcement of existing laws. Laws that exist to prevent exactly this type of tyranny and appropriation of public space.
Here's some biting satire. Enjoy!
Here's a link to NOISE FREE AMERICA:
They are working hard to make our world a little quieter. Please join the fight to take back our public space.
There is an inverse relation between one's `manliness' and the need for something big and noisy between the legs. The louder the noise the more fearful and insecure the guy on the bike. Old news.
Hmmmm...the amount of revenue that my town could make off of enforcement of this law would boggle the imagination...
Kill the noise pollution
Dan Fallon2 months ago Comments: There is an inverse relation between one's `manliness' and the need for something big and noisy between the legs. The louder the noise the more fearful and insecure the guy on the bike. Old news.
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