To be fair, I did locate the chickens as far away from our house as possible, and hidden behind our garage - which puts it maybe a hundred feet from our neighbor's bedroom. So, it was time to get rid of a rooster or two. Unless it was a big problem, I wasn't going to get rid of our silkie - as I've mentioned before, we all like him and he amsues us when he runs. So that leaves only the little white rooster. I had some success giving away roosters on craigslist, but I had heard that some of the people who respond to these ads were planning to eat them. I was concerned about this when I got rid of the first two roosters, but was happy when the guy showed up with his kids.
I had similar concerns this time, but my fears were allayed when I met the person. It's a little quieter at our house - it was especially noticeable after the first two roosters. I feel like we're down to our core flock now - one rooster and five hens, plus four new hens that we just got. I don't expect any more, but you never know.
Postscript: I had recorded him crowing before we got rid if him, and I just got around to editing it and posting it online. Here it is: