Aren’t fireworks fun on the Fourth of July? Now imagine if every day were the Fourth of July. That’s what life is like all summer for the residents of Anaheim, CA, who live near Disneyland. "The good part is I don't have to leave the living room to see fireworks," said one retiree who has lived a few blocks from the park for 30 years. "The bad part is that it's so loud." But it isn’t just the nightly crackling and flashing that get on residents’ nerves, even though they have added double-paned windows and extra insulation to soundproof their walls. Activists claim the fireworks send their dogs into howling frenzies and pollute their lawns, roofs, swimming pools and cars with ash and corrosive sulfur. So maybe it’s not exactly the happiest place on Earth.