Hearing Disabled Neighbors

Hearing Disabled Neighbors
People with hearing disabilities who gossip ruin other people’s lives.
I have no relationships with my neighbors because where I live on my block we have 8 neighbors who have hearing disabilities and they gossip and fight with each other. This has gone on for so long that IF you never respond you have a chance at a life.

When they get drunk it’s worse, then they get mean because they can not understand why people don’t like them. Why people don’t respect them. It’s because they attack people who don’t respond to them when they are being mean drunks.

Eight houses with “the hearing disabled” gossiping about a old original Church of Satan member. Anton LaVey’s Church of Satan.

I spent five years figuring it out because they lie about their disability to themselves and their families. It gets so loud you can’t hear the water running in a hose when they are on the phone. They have conned their family and friends into blaming the homeless, the police department, the fire department, the water company,  everybody on planet earth but themselves. They even created a “neighborhood sound defense” where if they see someone or hear them they bullhorn or megaphone them to badger people into talking. If they can not figure out where sound is coming from they blame ghosts or of course: The Devil. I moved away twice: over 60 days one time and over 120 days and what people heard never changed, It never changed. Still blaming The Devil.



Most complain that people mumble or talk too fast.
Hearing loss is often accompanied by tinnitus. A buildup of earwax, medication, exposure to loud sounds and hearing loss can all cause ringing in the ears, or tinnitus. The ringing might be constant or occasional, but it is often the first sign of hearing loss.

Signs and symptoms of hearing loss may include:
  • Muffling of speech and other sounds.
  • Difficulty understanding words, especially against background noise or in a crowd.
  • Trouble hearing consonants.
  • Frequently asking others to speak more slowly, clearly and loudly.
  • Needing to turn up the volume of the television or radio.

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