What do you do on the drive to work? - page 6
So I drive 200 miles to work one way. For me that's 3.5 hours that I feel I should be productive with. My solution: learning Spanish with CD's that I put in my car. However there's only so... Read More
Oct 19, '11 by That Guy, BSN, RN, EMT-BQuote from Poi DogWell I was raised on classical that led to techno very fast and that led to Dubstep. I know most people HATE it. Favorite is people like Bassnectar, Skrillex, Rusko, Flux Pavillion. You have to have good speakers/system to get all the parts though. I literally feel my insides rattle when it's playing.What kind of music do you like? Artists?
I like the screaming stuff when I am working out - it gets me pumped up.
Oct 19, '11 by RNforLongTime, BSNI have a bluetooth headset for my cellphone and I talk to my Mom on my 30 mile drive one way to work 4 days a week. It's mostly highway miles, on a pretty straight highway. Been doin it for over 10 yrs now.
Oct 19, '11 by ZooMommyRN, ADNMy drive right now is only about 10 mins, so not much, soon it will be about an hour so I may start borrowing audio books from the library lol
Oct 19, '11 by No Stars In My EyesQuote from That GuyWell I was raised on classical that led to techno very fast and that led to Dubstep. I know most people HATE it. Favorite is people like Bassnectar, Skrillex, Rusko, Flux Pavillion. You have to have good speakers/system to get all the parts though. I literally feel my insides rattle when it's playing.
Oh, I am old. I've never heard of any of the stuff you mentioned.
But I'm not so old I don't appreciate the rattling, ear-stripping aspect.............
it's why I have some nerve-damage deafness.......I used to find that the louder the music
the more it calmed me. I used to need alot of calming
Oct 19, '11 by nurseprnRNi learned a tremendous amount about interviewing people from terri gross on npr's fresh air. when you think about it, we need to get people to tell us things all the time. i recommend getting the podcasts (free) to broadcast to your car radio if she isn't on when you're driving