Oh, the irony of it all.
it's true... regardless of the title.
It's a good thing we now live in a superior society where people don't talk loudly on their trendy expensive phones or blare their music with too much bass while they're driving.In fact, our society is so superior that Doc Ock is gonna try and steal that next.
Heh.BTW, about the bass, the other day I was at a bus stop and heard loud bass from one of those cars......then heard plenty of higher notes too when the car got closer, and while it passed me, and while it was moving away from me but still close......then didn't hear the higher notes anymore but still heard the bass for a while.Turns out that low notes travel further than high notes so that's why you hear the bass from more speakers around you (that is, from the speakers in a bigger range around you) and you hear the high notes from fewer speakers around you (that is, from the speakers in a smaller range around you). :)
Ha Ha! Suck it, eighties!!
What people don't realize is that those giant radios GREW on our ears. It was an infection you could get from a Walkman. They started small, but as they grew you had to use your arm to hold them up, or else they'd tear your ear and part of your scalp off. It took doctors years to discover that connecting headphones to the headphone jack would cause the radio to shrivel up and fall off. Once clear of the infection you were clear for life, like chicken pox.