Dinge, die die Welt nicht braucht: Teenage Mosquito Repellent
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Payback time. Youngsters Beware! Or maybe, rejoice. After all, the sonic teenage fright removes the necessety for stronger measures like leashes or muzzles. So as the high pitch whistle principle has improved the life for dogs, it is certainly fit to do the same for the teenage population. The audio repellent will also save me from the chore to engage in direct interaction, which allways makes me terribly uncomfortable. Education becomes easy. Kids can be safely ignored, and if they become a nuisance – just blow the whistle and enjoy their anger. That will teach them a lesson and probably turn them into better persons.
Who produced these terrible kids anyway? Can't we send them away (not to Coventry, please)? To Glasgow maybe. Then they can eat deep freid Mars bars all day, which will impair their health and render them unable to do much harm.
If it weren't for these human rights issues:
These louts can infringe on our rights to run a profitable shop for the community yet we can't dare infringe on their right to loiter and make life a misery for our shoppers
This annoyed shop owner should claim his human right (the lesser known Article 31) to run a profitable shop. Or would it be the right to inflict pain on random people walking by his profitable shop? (Article 32)