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"Oh laude ka baal, watch the road!"
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...the goal apparently is to not let you listen to the speech or the song, but use sonic waves to drill a hole through your thick skull and directly imprint the intended message on your brain...
...Not to be mistaken for the box-shaped namesakes that have fancy names like tweeters, woofers, dynamic drivers etc. that try to reproduce as lifelike a sound as possible..In fact, if Amar Bose happened to listen to this type of loudspeaker, he would probably put vanthi and die on the spot...
...These speakers are usually perched on electric poles in public spaces like political rallies, religious gatherings etc and the intensity and noise-level of the loudspeaker is directly proportional to the emotional fervor of the event...
...The fact that these loudspeakers are loud enough to wake the dead or at least the comatose may partially explain why so many of them end up next to hospitals...If Plan A (the prayers/bhajans blaring through the loudspeakers) does not work, maybe Plan B will ...
All Prisoners save one: Please stop this infernal noise, We will cooperate
The Lone South Asian (used to loudspeakers): Don't you have any other CDs? I'm getting bored listening to "Enter Sandman" for the Nth time
Sumathy: To Lulu Ladice fancy stores