In legal parlance “Coming to the Nuisance” is not being being able to sue your neighbor for being loud and obnoxious if you had first hand knowledge of this and made the conscious choice to move there any way. In a similar fashion, Paul Sauerteig contemplates bringing children into a world that has a known and fixed quantity of suffering. By juxtaposing old Mormon cartoons of pre-world legal council that gave birth to our world (look it up) with shocking violence occurring when consumer goods go on sale, Slow Dakota makes a pretty good case that the gods are crazy. Set to thick synthesizers and sardonic but cryptic lyrics “Coming to the Nuisance” really captures the anxiety of week 3 quarantine. Having children…in this economy?