I would go over first and talk to them. If that doesn't work then you can go bat shit crazy.
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My across the canal neighbors have a light that did that in my house. Then they put a flag in front of it. When the wind blows, the flag intermittently blocks the light. It's like a disco in my house.
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good luck talking to her about it
Maybe that's why she moved and has the light.
So anything resolved? you've left us all in the dark....
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LOL! No, just ignoring it, I did see two moving trucks over there a couple days ago... got my hopes up for a bit. No, sadly she wasn't moving out, rather moving her Mom in.
I still haven't met her but my sister is in a Club of some sorts with the woman's Mom so I get some insight there.
I do like sweet potatoes with my possum.
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As some who has 35 years of shift work under his belt, let me suggest two things....
Room Darkening Curtains
It doesn’t take an advanced degree to block light from coming in through a window.
Also can keep people from looking into your house.
What part of "...Shall not be infringed" don't you understand???
I live in a rural lake subdivision. I had the unfortunate event of someone building a house next to me who is apparently afraid of the dark. Had his house lit up like a prison. Finally after a couple years, they have toned it down but good grief... If you're afraid of the dark don't move out where it is dark.
Desperate Times Call for Desperate Measures.
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The hurricane destroyed my privacy fence so now I get to see the dickhead and his bright spotlights. Thankfully it does not shine into the bedroom. There is no talking to the guy, that is why the fence was eight feet tall. I think I may just put the crappy side of the fence his way when I find someone to put one up. Considering there are probably 32 thousand fences in my county that need repair it will be awhile.
I would think there is a very high probability of cameras on premises. It’s a good opportunity to go a meet her as a new neighbor. Remember you get more flies with honey than vinegar.
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