Old Sep 27, 20, 11:25 am
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CJKatl
 
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Originally Posted by econ View Post
Noise-cancelling headphones are a much more practical solution to this particular problem.
Got 'em. Use 'em. They work most of the time but sometimes the seatmate waits to pounce the second you take them off or starts talking anyway so out of politeness the headphones come off. The masks might be the best second defense protection against the talking seatmate, at least until I get permission to tape a seatmate's mouth the second I am asked what kind of work I do, where do I live or what is my favorite flavor of potato chip. And yes, I have been asked.
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