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- Oct 18, '11 by BunnySan27I pray, clear my mind.....hope everyone shows up to work so we can have a good night. Listen to the radio. Think about things I wanna do when my next off day comes.
- Oct 19, '11 by That GuyQuote 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 RNCCRN9706I 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 ZooMommyRNMy 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 GrnTeai 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