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The downside of good IEMs...

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Normally during the afternoons I'm home alone; my son is in kindergarten and Chris is at work from 7-4 daily. So today I put the chain on the front door, put in my UM2 and listened to some movie soundtracks while I browsed Head-Fi...

Some indeterminate time later Chris barged into the room, very upset! He had been standing outside the front door ringing the bell, banging on the door, even trying to slide his hand in and undo the door chain...when he got no response, he was convinced I'd gone out somewhere, so he walked around the house and came in through the back door.

Since he couldn't see the UM2 when he walked into the room, he thought I'd been ignoring his demands for entry...LOL...when I pulled them out of my ears he understood and stopped being angry, though he still feels a bit ridiculous for all the antics outside, especially since the neighbors are home
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Heh . One time, my dad was behind me screaming for 5 minutes... I had my E3s on, and didn't hear a word. To this day, I dunno if he was really there :P.
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