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Vuvuzela: the noisiest World Cup prompts DSP response

6/16/2010 12:00 PM EDT
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re: Vuvuzela: the noisiest World Cup prompts DSP response
paolo_c1   6/24/2010 6:55:50 AM
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Oh darling, what delicate ears! I do believe that inside stadium vuvuzelas do big noise, but not on TV! Vuvuzelas are one of the few signs of genuineness of soccer, that has become all sponsors and TV. Long live vuvuzelas and who blows them!

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