Oh, please.We accidentally exited Melb that weekend and heard not a scrap of the rabid mating mosquitoes (which we do every year from Oakleigh).It gives me a headache, that incessant, niggly noise just off in the distance but just loud enough to irritate the edge of my consciousness.
Turn up the volume? No thanks, I remember how it sounds still, plus we just had the clipsal race here so that's as bad.
Hello Andrew:And that it just the sound of the cars.....the hullaballoo that hits the town, after the race is merely a whiff of burnt rubber, is deafening. August in Budapest.....
Nahhh! I think I'll leave that one. I much prefer the sound of the lions roar from Melbourne Zoo!
OMG no thanks!! That's horrible Andrew, were you and R going crazy?
I think you need to plan to have a long weekend away next year....?
Really is the secret Jayne. Leave early.River, car races and classical music simultaneously. What a laugh.JayLa, so you get a turn at it too.Christine, the lions early in the morning sound wonderful.Grace, for much of the time I was at work.Kath, it will need planning, but yes.
I dare not play it, I may throw things!
Fen, I must check the stats and see if anyone has listened to it.
I've just listened to this on Thursday evening with the Richmond v Carlton match on television and Bruce McAvaney commentating full throttle in the background and your video drowned all that out. I had no idea the race sounded so loud at the high-rise.
Victor, of course. The football. What are the scores? That is why the traffic viewed from the balcony is absolutely crazy tonight. I forgot about the footy. Well not entirely. I have been thinking of Ben concealing his drugs in one of his orifices. The races don't last too long, but the cumulative effect of the four days is wearing. I was anti GP before we moved here and I still am. But I certainly knew about before I moved here, so I walk a fine line.
Whenever I wish I was young again, I am sobered by memories of algebra.