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Skeletal Axl Rose performs on the tube

Skeletal Axl Rose performs on the tube

(2:54) Welcome to the Jungle. Puppeteer on a subway train in Chile entertains passengers with a performance of Guns 'N' Roses.

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Chile must not have any noise ordinances. People should have the right to peace and quiet when taking public transportation.

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Chile must not have any noise ordinances. People should have the right to peace and quiet when taking public transportation.

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Mesmerelda Mesmerelda (721 days ago)

But that was a brilliant performance. Would it have been better if it didn't happen?

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But that was a brilliant performance. Would it have been better if it didn't happen?

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Yes, it would have been better if it didn't happen. Some of us prefer peace and quiet to being forced to listen to other people's choice of music. It could have been a genre you didn't like and he was blasting it while you're trying to talk to a friend, talk on the phone, or read a book.

If the performer wants to do this in the privacy of his own home, I have no issue with that. But to force a captive audience that cannot just leave if they wanted to is inconsiderate and shouldn't be allowed.

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Yes, it would have been better if it didn't happen. Some of us prefer peace and quiet to being forced to listen to other people's choice of music. It could have been a genre you didn't like and he was blasting it while you're trying to talk to a friend, talk on the phone, or read a book.

If the performer wants to do this in the privacy of his own home, I have no issue with that. But to force a captive audience that cannot just leave if they wanted to is inconsiderate and shouldn't be allowed.

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Mesmerelda Mesmerelda (720 days ago)

But what if it was mildly inconvenient for a few, but made the day for many others? Would it still be better if it didn't happen?

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But what if it was mildly inconvenient for a few, but made the day for many others? Would it still be better if it didn't happen?

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If it makes a single person unhappy, you shouldn't do it. And you shouldn't even have to ask people, it should be assumed that some people will not like it. There are other venues where you can show off your talents and that would be on a theater where people get a ticket to attend and those that do not wish to go do not have to.

Doing this on public transportation is unfair to those people that do not have alternative transportation methods and are forced to use that method to get to work. That is probably why he does it there because those people cannot just get up and leave and he hopes that, out of the hundred people he is annoying, one or two people might give him a couple coins.

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If it makes a single person unhappy, you shouldn't do it. And you shouldn't even have to ask people, it should be assumed that some people will not like it. There are other venues where you can show off your talents and that would be on a theater where people get a ticket to attend and those that do not wish to go do not have to.

Doing this on public transportation is unfair to those people that do not have alternative transportation methods and are forced to use that method to get to work. That is probably why he does it there because those people cannot just get up and leave and he hopes that, out of the hundred people he is annoying, one or two people might give him a couple coins.

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Mesmerelda Mesmerelda (719 days ago)

I'm unhappy about the ads I see that plaster the subway. Should they be removed?

There's a building on my way to work that distresses me everytime I pass it. Should it be knocked down?

Can I wear my purple/pink/orange outfit that I love so much. What if someone forgot their sunglasses?

A world created to offend the least people is a very dull world indeed.

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I'm unhappy about the ads I see that plaster the subway. Should they be removed?

There's a building on my way to work that distresses me everytime I pass it. Should it be knocked down?

Can I wear my purple/pink/orange outfit that I love so much. What if someone forgot their sunglasses?

A world created to offend the least people is a very dull world indeed.

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Seeing an advertisement doesn't prevent you from doing whatever you want for yourself. You can still listen to your own music using headphones or read a book and ignore those ads. It is hard to ignore the loud music and guy throwing his puppet around in this video.

You can wear your pink outfit. Some people may not like pink but that is their problem. At least they don't have to look at you if they don't want to. There should be limits on what you can do on public transportation. For example, you wouldn't want someone going around throwing water balloons at random people.

The building that is in your way, you will need to live with that. It's probably owned by someone else or a group of people and they can dictate what happens on their property. With public transportation, they go by the laws and ordinances of their local area and many do have rules for panhandling and other nuisances.

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Seeing an advertisement doesn't prevent you from doing whatever you want for yourself. You can still listen to your own music using headphones or read a book and ignore those ads. It is hard to ignore the loud music and guy throwing his puppet around in this video.

You can wear your pink outfit. Some people may not like pink but that is their problem. At least they don't have to look at you if they don't want to. There should be limits on what you can do on public transportation. For example, you wouldn't want someone going around throwing water balloons at random people.

The building that is in your way, you will need to live with that. It's probably owned by someone else or a group of people and they can dictate what happens on their property. With public transportation, they go by the laws and ordinances of their local area and many do have rules for panhandling and other nuisances.

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