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Can a fire alarm be too loud?

My apartment building is cheap. The fire alarms goes off weekly. I am worried because I have never heard any alarm this loud before. Right now, six hours after the last alarm went off my ears are killing me still. I can't find any information on this. It is also in Philadelphia, if that helps.


I think it would be pretty evenly split, although you are right about the eventing. Since eventing is split into three sports, you could possibly make more money. If you think about it, if someone came by, and you were selling them an eventing horse, they'd have more of an immediate career with the horse because they could go into some jumper classes, three day events, or some dressage shows. I agree with you, that Dressage is my passion. However, while Dressage is popular, I've always found that, and I hate saying it, that some snob people consider dressage horses to be a one sport horse- and that once they are retired from dressage, they have no use. I think that's a ridiculous statement, but I could understand where they come from. While Eventing horses may earn the most money, I think Dressage horses would be the most rewarding to yourself. ]

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