Monday, August 04, 2008

So it's not just me

When I was a teenager, I drove a car that did not have working air conditioning, so I would roll the windows down when I drove from my town to whatever job I was working during the summer (either: lab work or foodservice). I was as bad an NPR addict then as I am now, so I would have to crank up the radio to hear anything over the air rushing in through the windows. When I'd get into town and stop at a stop light, I'd be blaring All Things Considered out my open windows, in the manner of someone playing loud music to show off their stereo system.

I had a similar experience today on my way home from work, when I stopped at a light and heard Robert Siegel echoed in the car next to me.
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