The Daily Wire tells about a first world problem in “Judge Says California Billionaire Harassed Next Door Neighbors By Blasting ‘Gilligan’s Island’ Theme Song At All Hours“. When the billionaire’s neighbor complained that a net in his yard blocked the view, the billionaire decided on unique revenge. He took the passive-aggressive approach. He played rap and 1960’s sitcom themes, like Gilligan’s Island, at all hours.
This resulted in the neighbor filing a civil harassment lawsuit. The billionaire responded with a returning lawsuit. The judge ruled in favor of the neighbor. They must stay further than 15 feet away from each other and the billionaire needs to follow noise ordinances.
Opinion on Gilligan’s Island
There are worst songs he could have played. I think this a perfect example of passive-aggressive behavior and first-world problems. I have a feeling the war has not finished among these neighbors.
One response to “Gilligan’s Island Blasted by Passive Aggressive Neighbor”
[…] Still, his story lives on. Most people have heard parts of the story but did not know it. When Selkirk returned, people printed the story of this man who survived over four years alone on an island. One fiction writer, Daniel Defoe, took the story and turned it into the fiction novel Robinson Crusoe. Alexander Selkirk lived and died, but people will remember him through this fiction novel. […]