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Published 3 years ago with 3 Comments

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  • Kysol
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    Sorry about the news.com.au link. What amazes me is that the Normanby has been there for what.... 125 years. It's not like you would move near a major pub like that not knowing what it was like. It's the same as the "residents" of Fortitude Valley wanting the noise restrictions added. The Valley has been like that forever, you moved there knowing exactly what you were moving into.

  • paperplainjane (edited 3 years ago)
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    Hmmm so instead of trying to get the peace and quite he's so desperately after, he creates more of an issue by pissing of patrons further with filming and 'naming and shaming'. Yes noise is annoying but I agree with you Kysol it's an iconic place and the patron behaviour has been like that for a very long time. All I can think of is 'don't swim with sharks and expect not to get bitten'.

    • Kysol
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      To be on their side, yeah patron behaviour is probably not going to get better as time goes by, but this isn't something that has just started to happen. I said to my GF tonight that it's probably some overseas retirees that decided to move to AU and got an agent to find them their retirement home. Without knowledge of the area they bought the cheapest place their budget could afford. I'm currently looking to buy a house, and if I was to buy one near a venue, I'd be fully aware that I'd have yobbo's urinating in my garden on a weekend.. it just comes with the area.

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