howard at brazee.net
Fri Nov 13 20:45:51 GMT 2020
> On Nov 13, 2020, at 1:12 PM, Joel Polowin <jpolowin at hotmail.com> wrote:
> There are some kinds of "white noise" that I can tolerate when I'm
> trying to sleep much better than I can tolerate occasional random
> external sounds. This is especially important when I'm at a con and
> keeping skewed hours, and need not to be disturbed by people in the
> hallway and in other rooms. (When I'm staying in a hotel, I try to keep
> in mind that hotel rooms should be considered a sleeping area from early
> evening through to at least noon. And I wish that other people had the
> same kind of consideration.) The humming can help to mask other noise.
What do cruise ships do about noise?
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