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Everybody is going to want one (Read 554 times)

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    The only good thing about losing hearing is I could just take out my hearing aid when some fool is blathering.  Now... just point and shoot.  I want. 

    In an infinite universe, the one thing sentient life cannot afford to have is a sense of proportion

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      Couldn't the victim just plug their ears?


      Interval Junkie --Nobby

        Since I moved into my house I dreamed of a 10,000 Watt active noise cancelling system for when low-riders in their cars drive by with bass thumping.  Just imagine them rolling by with their stereos blasting rap tuns and then [. . . crickets . . . ] when they pass my house.

        2015 Goals: Chicago Marathon PR

        Current Status 04/23: Having a good time running with grumps


        A Saucy Wench

          I could see that it would shut you up.  I've had the echo on the phone line and it is really disconcerting.

           

          A REAL noise cancelling gun though,  I would buy for all future baby shower gifts.

          I have become Death, the destroyer of electronic gadgets

           

          "When I got too tired to run anymore I just pretended I wasnt tired and kept running anyway" - dd, age 7

            Since I moved into my house I dreamed of a 10,000 Watt active noise cancelling system for when low-riders in their cars drive by with bass thumping.  Just imagine them rolling by with their stereos blasting rap tuns and then [. . . crickets . . . ] when they pass my house.

             

            the imagery is priceless

             

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