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Things like this illustrate the social malaise that is becoming part of Guernsey life. People living in their own little bubble thinking everyone should bend over backwards to accommodate them - in this case that applies to firework enthusiasts and animal lovers alike. Some people enjoy keeping animals, some people like to let off fireworks, some people think both are a colossal waste of time and money. In my case I own a dog and a goldfish, like fireworks, love football, hate golf, can't stand cats and don't see the point in spending a fortune to keep horses. We all need to share the limited space which means we need to accept that not everyone thinks the way we do, or enjoys what we enjoy. What this island needs is a good dose of empathy and tolerance. In my opinion a fair compromise would be to restrict fireworks to three days either side of Guy Fawkes, and not after 9pm. It won't please everyone but it's a compromise - and in a small community that's a necessary part of life.