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I wish I could have selective hearing…
But, I do have an iPod, and that works good too =)
This is an absolutely real phenomenon. Oh, I said this is an absolutely real phenomenon.
It’s real , alright. My son can’t hear me while watching TV unless I’m unwrapping the cellophane off a new electronic purchase.
Natasha: Pretty soon they’ll make iPods small enough to implant in your ears, anyway, right?
George: Ha! Like the can opener to a cat, huh?
Is he watching Tomas the Tank Engine?
Very astute observation, Oldskoolguitar!
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I feel as though I’ve lost so many man points because I knew that was Thomas the Tank Engine upon seeing it. Alas, the plagues of having a niece
Yay! I KNEW it’s a real condition! =)
Dubdee: It’s a delayed reply, but in case you dig back this way through the archives, I just want you to know, nobody loses man points in my book for knowing the theme song to any cartoon. Except maybe Jem and the Holograms.
Ethalina: See if you can get a doctor’s note to use at home, school, or office! Maybe get it laminated.
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