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Discussion in 'SHH Community Forum' started by Lunar_Wolf, Jan 10, 2008.
Anyone have it? And how do you deal with it?
Jam a screwdriver in there.
No dice, even deaf people have it.
I remember those PSA commercials for it on Channel 11. Good times.
That's some serious ****!
Now, I've got a ringing in my ear...
I have slight tinnitus in my left ear from years of singing in rock bands and a sinus infection that left me with a slightly perforated ear drum. I've basically learned to ignore it.
I've had it for as long as I can remember, but mine has gotten worse now
Welcome to hell
That commericial is a scam. I didn't have the ringing until I watched this commercial.
Have you ever seen an ENT specialist about it? Some forms of tinnitus can be treated.
I'm going to the doctor Monday about it.
I'm guessing it got worse due to side effects to some meds I'm taking.
Happens to me everytime I watch it
Both Kirk and Spock have tinitus.Shat has gone in and out of deep depression because of it over the years.
Kobain had it,some say thats why he offed himself
No I don't
He had tinnitus of the stomach?
It's a subtle ringing in your colon that never goes away, Wil.
Whatever Wil! Way to deflect!! Your NSA mind control psyop wont work,Im wearing the aluminum hat!
Are you wearing it shiny side facing out or facing in? Because if you wear it wrong, it only enhances the NSA's ability to do what they do to you with their mind voodoo. Ooh!
Love that movie.
I didn't get it.
I have it, ever since i was a kid and it wasn't from loud music. It was a mixture of swimming in lake Erie and bad sinus problems. I learned to adapt to it over the years, i can block it out and not pay attention to it. It takes awhile but it can be done, or treated.
Got my head smacked ear first (the left one as well ) into a pa stack at a symposium concert when I was 15 and I've had it ever since.
It's like most things really, I get back pain from when I broke my spine a few years ago as well but you just kinda learn to deal with it.
After a while you sort of forget what it was like not to have a constant background noise/back pain.
Life sucks, move on
Now THAT is headbanging!