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Posted: 18 May 12, 06:03 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRm8RmNGFq4&feature=related

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Posted: 18 May 12, 11:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ha, that's fantastic.


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Posted: 20 May 12, 04:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Oh dear - sorry to be the spoil sport here but this is just irresponsible. This child might not have much of any hearing in two years time. I often see parents with unprotected kids on concerts etc - they have no idea that a child's hearing is so much more sensitive than the hearing of an adult. This is abuse from ignorance, not bad intention.


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Posted: 20 May 12, 04:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Btw - in my life it is always children waking up the adults :-)


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Posted: 20 May 12, 05:40 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

YourValentine wrote:
Oh dear - sorry to be the spoil sport here but this is just irresponsible. This child might not have much of any hearing in two years time. I often see parents with unprotected kids on concerts etc - they have no idea that a child's hearing is so much more sensitive than the hearing of an adult. This is abuse from ignorance, not bad intention.


Come on, I was sharing a room with my brother who was a huge heavy metal fan and I still can hear pretty good :-)

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Posted: 20 May 12, 05:42 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

YourValentine wrote:
Btw - in my life it is always children waking up the adults :-)

Well I don't have my own children yet, but as a person who was as a student taking her of his sister's children, I FULLY agree :-)

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Posted: 20 May 12, 07:34 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

YourValentine wrote:
Oh dear - sorry to be the spoil sport here but this is just irresponsible. This child might not have much of any hearing in two years time. I often see parents with unprotected kids on concerts etc - they have no idea that a child's hearing is so much more sensitive than the hearing of an adult. This is abuse from ignorance, not bad intention.



Hmm it's more irresponsible for the child not to be a booster seat of some kind, his seatbelt doesn't fit.

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Posted: 20 May 12, 12:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I agree about the seat but the noise is really dangerous, as well. Please look at the following fact sheet:
http://www.entnet.org/HealthInformation/Noise-Induced-Hearing-Loss-in-Children.cfm

When you go to a concert and the noise starts to hurt your ears you will automatically do something to make it better, for example roll a piece of tissue and use it as an ear protection. Children do not have this option - they won't notice the relatively little pain and one event can be enough to cause permanent hearing damage. You simply cannot expose children to such noise, it is abusive.


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Posted: 21 May 12, 08:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I love that song by the way.


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Posted: 08 Jun 12, 20:31 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

YourValentine wrote:
I agree about the seat but the noise is really dangerous, as well. Please look at the following fact sheet:
http://www.entnet.org/HealthInformation/Noise-Induced-Hearing-Loss-in-Children.cfm
When you go to a concert and the noise starts to hurt your ears you will automatically do something to make it better, for example roll a piece of tissue and use it as an ear protection. Children do not have this option - they won't notice the relatively little pain and one event can be enough to cause permanent hearing damage. You simply cannot expose children to such noise, it is abusive.



Thanks for the link and info. I was already thinking of getting earplugs for the kids when we go see QE, I will definitely do it now. The oldest isnt keen on the idea tho!

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Posted: 10 Jun 12, 04:58 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

There are really cool earmuffs which are comfortable to wear mainly for very small kids but older kids might prefer them to ear plugs, as well

http://www.earplugstore.com/ear-muffs-for-children.html

Surely your older child thinks it is uncool but he has to wear seat belts and bicycle helmets, as well, so he might understand and even appreciate them :-)


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Posted: 18 Jun 12, 11:43 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I thought for sure this would be link to headphones of some sort.


We used to pull a nasty trick on my bro if he fell asleep in the afternoon. We'd put the headphones on and crank up track one from DIO's STRANGE HIGHWAYS....


I guess like the Back to the Future movie scene with EVH's dives.
Thank god it never happened to me. Could have been frightening


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Posted: 01 May 13, 16:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

This is great.


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