My learning process involves setbacks, Enthusiasts. Missteps and missed cues and misinformation; I have believed the dumbest shit for the longest times. The path of progress is not a straight and easy trail.
But I didn’t think buying headphones would be so difficult, or require so much effort, and end in such disappointment. I had no clue of all the accusing I would have to do; you click the button, you wait a few days, you have new and shiny Sony headphones that come with a pouch made of authentic leatherette. That’s how it’s supposed to work.
They’re not supposed to hurt your ears.
Why, Sony? Why would you make headphones I can’t wear? Did the boys in Unit 731 develop this item just to see what would happen? My left ear fell off, you assholes. Happy? Is this about the Hiroshima thing? Obama doesn’t apologize and you break my ear? That doesn’t seem fair, Sony.
Why, David Lemieuxncieindiana? Why would you wear something that did not fit my skull? I assure you that my head is normally shaped, so it must be surmised that you have a freakish skull, and hid it cleverly in that video. Why would you do that? You are a role model, David, and have led people to believe you know how to pick things. “Hi, I’m Dave and I’m good at picking things.” That’s you. That’s what you sound like, and now I have to print out goddamn return labels and all this bullshit and my life is a nightmare.
Why, Enthusiasts? Why were you not more vociferous in your recommendations? How could you not foresee this calamity and wave me away from the rocks? Why didn’t one of you just do it for me?
To sum up: this is everybody’s fault but mine. Apologies will be accepted via the Donate Button.
ps I’m not saying they sound bad–quite the opposite–or that you wouldn’t like them, but my ears are the wrong size or in the wrong place or set at the wrong angle for these ‘phones. Maybe your noggin is compatible with them, but mine isn’t.