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Posted at 5:58 PM ET, 04/27/2010

Georgetown man films noisy neighbors

By Washington Post editors

A Georgetown resident, fed up with some of his noisy young neighbors, is taking a novel approach to striking back, Campus Overload reports.

Stephen R. Brown launched a Web site earlier this month,, where he features photos taken of the loudest parties on his block, addresses of alleged party houses, police reports, instructions for reporting problems and colorful commentary on the drunken exploits of his neighbors.

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By Washington Post editors  | April 27, 2010; 5:58 PM ET
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Soon as the young people move in, move out! Stereos blasting til all hours. Whaddya mean, you have to work? Punk college kids getting drunk, screaming & urinating all over the place. Drunken floozies performing sex acts on any & all heterosexual males within a mile radius of Party HQ. Property damage & garbage. Maybe someone's car gets keyed. A dog may get painted pink.


Posted by: uncivil | April 27, 2010 6:36 PM | Report abuse

And their parents are paying how much to have them go to this school? Don't they, like, have to study? I did.

Posted by: RepealObamacareNow | April 27, 2010 7:03 PM | Report abuse

uncivil... you are joking right? Yes, some students get rowdy- do stupid stuff like yell and pee on lawns. This should stop. As a student, I support stricter off campus alcohol/party enforcement. But do you have any idea how mellow the Georgetown party scene is? and RepealObamaCareNow, do you actually think Georgetown students done study their butts off? there are probably a few who dont. My friends and I rarely "venture our", we are usually in the library studying like you did. And most of those "crazy" georgetown students are in the library the next morning. yes, there is a problem with off campus noise and activity. but it is about as mellow and hard working of a bunch as you can find.

Posted by: beansach | April 27, 2010 8:47 PM | Report abuse

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