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Scarlett

Poor Judy! I feel for you! I remember when they were pile driving a block away from my building and we would all get shaken out of bed at 7 a.m. on the dot. But at least I had the respite of leaving for work by 8 or so. I can't imagine how you can possibly work from home with this going on. It's inhuman!

J

I live across the street from this motherfucker. And the real treat is that there's ANOTHER one next door. Last year, it was the one by the catholic church. The mood it puts you in to wake up to this noise + shaking is extra evil. It's like waking up to your smoke alarm and having to get up on a chair to turn the thing off: there's just no lying to yourself that you can roll over and go back to sleep, the kind of wee negotiation you need to round the edges off your day.

Judy McStillCrabby

Hey, Neighbor J! Welcome. Someone suggested earplugs the other day, but, as you know, that's futile when you're being tossed around.

Thanks, Scarlett. Hopefully only another day or two of piledriving.

CB

Your in Luck, the Pile Driver was driven today down the street to the other lot on N 11th. 7am wake up call shall continue. If it weren't for the screaming workmen topping off the noise factor, I'd still have hair! All three empty lots within the N11th realm have woken up from the dead. Let's see about the oil now.

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