Cyclists with iPods hear the same as motorists listening to nothing

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MattHB

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:biggrin: I SO nearly fell into that one..

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Only if he's listening to nothing:whistle:
Heinrich Boll wrote an excellent short story in which a radio-station editor collects all the taped silences cut out of studio interviews. He edits them together into a tape so he can listen to silence.

If this fictional character (Murke) played his tape of collected silences on an iPod while driving, would he still be able to make a literary point about the post-war generation gap as reflected in attitudes to religion and society in post-war West Germany?

I think this is the question we should be addressing, not the one in the title of the thread.

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Andy_R

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Heinrich Boll wrote an excellent short story in which a radio-station editor collects all the taped silences cut out of studio interviews. He edits them together into a tape so he can listen to silence.

If this fictional character (Murke) played his tape of collected silences on an iPod while driving, would he still be able to make a literary point about the post-war generation gap as reflected in attitudes to religion and society in post-war West Germany?

I think this is the question we should be addressing, not the one in the title of the thread.

I hope I have helped, but I fear I may not have.
What once was clear has now been muddied.
 
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