Anyone downloaded the Vuvuzela app for their iPhone?
It's actually a hell of a lot less annoying when it's you making the sound.
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Not a flawed argument I would suggest.
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Hearing damage fears in Germany - Vuvuzela ban at public World Cup viewings? - News - Bild.de
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TBH, watching it on TV, I'm not overly bothered by the horns, just a different sound to what we are used to.... I might feel differently if I was at the game, but I'm not, none of us are, but a load of Africans who want to blow horns are, and if the crowd in there want to do it, then who are we to say no?
Personally think it'll die down in a week, yes local fans will still be into it, however those who tried it as a local footie custom for the first game they went to will probably not bother, so may ease up a bit...... Heres hoping.
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This West European campaign in the media and elsewhere to get the vuvuzela banned is a joke....
It's not often I say this, but well said, Sepp Blatter!
BBC Sport - Football - World Cup 2010: Organisers will not ban vuvuzelas
'Fifa president Sepp Blatter also weighed into the debate and believes vuvuzelas are part and parcel of football in South Africa. "I have always said that Africa has a different rhythm, a different sound," he commented on social networking site Twitter. "I don't see banning the music traditions of fans in their own country. Would you want to see a ban on the fan traditions in your country?" '
Yes I'm waiting for the carbon dating to trace plastic FIFA endorsed vuvuzelas back to well before Christ. They're a modern fad. They have **** all history, particularly in South Africa.
On TV I don't mind it so much, I just tune it out mentally.
But if it is actually 130dB, then ban them I say. Don't really care what the locals think in that case, that's many times what you get at many rock concerts and quite obviously dangerous.
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