17 April 2006

Seattle's Symphony Hall

Seattle is known for its cutting edge technological innovation, but some of those are mixed blessings. My informants report that its symphony hall, in order to maximize the benefits enjoyed by its bladder impaired Mozart afficiandos, not only has hallways wired for sound from the building's acoustically excellent main hall, but also bathrooms with speakers that allow symphony goers to avoid missing a single note.

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