A Grumbling and a Whistler

By: Dr. Camilo Alfonso Escobar Mora ©

Founder of JURÍDIA – Learning and Research Center for Preventive Consumer Law in Digital Advertising



A Grumbling (grumbling) told a Whistler not to make noise (properly, not to make a sound) unlawful (not to make noise, unlawfully, not to make noise pollution, unlawfully, not to be an auditory polluter legally, not to were legally guilty of making noise, illegal, legally). The Whistler concluded that (at that time) he was not making an unlawful noise because his sound was legally valid (at that time) and that (legally) he could relax (he could be relaxed, he could get relaxed, he could become relaxed, he could relax) legally whistling (that is, validly, legally; that is, validly in relation to, what is defined in, the law), but that when he was (existed, whistling) in a (legal) environment (that is, in an environment to, the, law) where the (legally) valid sound (the sound level) was another should (and could, if he, freely, legally, that is, legally valid, decided, wanted) whistle in one (in the) legal form (that is, in the, one, some, legally valid form) because he (always) can (must, could, should, will) legally whistle (freely) and that (legally) could not (and, should not) whistle when in a (legal) environment (would mean something; would exist in a way that would make it, that makes it, that does it, in a way in which, that form, of existence, be, would be) unlawful (an unlawful being).

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