Oh the Irony: Kerry Morrison, Proponent of Loud Music to Repel Homeless, Herself Complains Publicly About Loud Music in Restaurants

Do to others what you want them to do to you. This is the meaning of the law of Moses and the teaching of the prophets.
Do to others what you want them to do to you. This is the meaning of the law of Moses and the teaching of the prophets.
We reported here about 10 days ago that BID bossette and self-proclaimed prayer warrior Kerry Morrison is a zealous advocate of blasting classical music at night to repel homeless sidewalk sleepers, even to the point of intervening with property managers whose tenants complain that they also can’t sleep. And that little item turned out to be one of our most popular posts for the month of May, so we thought we’d follow up on it tonight. Recently a friend of this blog drew our attention to Kerry Morrison’s staff bio from the HPOA “about” page. And we can learn a lot from this little item, friends. For instance, note that Kerry Morrison “…eschews1 loud music in restaurants.”

Well, Kerry, Jesus had two things to say about this and we have just one.

First, turn down the music, for those who play loud music will have loud music played unto them. Not only that, but insofar as you’d have others not play loud music unto you, so should you not oughtta play it unto them. And finally, we are guessing, Kerry, that in the restaurants you frequent, there are not a lot of homeless people hanging out. And maybe you like it that way? Well, perhaps the restaurateurs play that abhorrent loud music that you “eschew” in order to keep the homeless out. After all, as a wise woman of our acquaintance once said, “…it’s a fairly elegant solution.”


Image of Kerry Morrison is taken from the HPOA website, which makes it a public record.

  1. As the immortal Inigo Montoya once said, “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”
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