1. Judge Paul Sacco of Colorado, tired of doling out ineffective punishments for people playing their music too loudly, in 2008 decided to fight fire with fire. Instead of the usual fine, he ordered repeat offenders to listen to his music selections for one hour at high volume. Sacco’s eclectic collection included easy-listening maestro Barry Manilow and the theme song from the children’s show Barney and Friends. “This is a way, when I look back, of teaching manners to people,” Sacco said.

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  1. kukuforkokopuffs reblogged this from theweekmagazine and added:
    That DOES sound like torture
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    Please, I listen to the sweet, melodic voice of Barry for hours a day.
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    I was going to tag this with #worthit, but then I got to the Barney and Friends and I stopped what I was doing and...
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