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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Gunny, Sep 4, 2007.
uwelcome. That girl sliced like 4 fingers to the bone on a piece of broken glass, and still managed to recover and fix he rtendons to play music that beautiful.
id go balls deep with her
And Finny, this one for you homey.
Ah, the Treme chick. Yes, she is amazing..
My little friend tinnitus. He keeps me from listening to music for months at a time.
Watch that volume on the headphones kids. It will come back to bite you on the arse..
Yea I have it from working around helicopters for a few years......always have to have some background noise on.
Have you done the audiologist circus?
I've had that gd ringing ever since I can remember. It only really messes with me when there is complete silence.... ie, when im trying to go to sleep.
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It is much more noticeable when someone brings it up. dicks.
Have you had the hearing tests? If there is deafness present you may be able to fix tinnitus with a hearing aid.
I have no hearing loss so I'm screwed there.
There's also tinnitus retraining and retuning if you have $4000 to toss around.
There are a few iPhone apps that offer the pink noise etc. I use that when it gets bad. Cap'n Kirk style!
No, when I had my last hearing test I had no loss. It sucks, but I just hope it doesn't get worse.