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Headphones that ease the pain of public transportation

I sympathize with the hoards of urban dwellers who begrudgingly subject themselves to the purgatory of daily public transportation -- the screeching teenagers, sticky floors, and potpourri of smells is part of the reason I ride a bicycle. That said, there are things you can do to ease the pain of your commute. First, don't look at anyone -- gawkers are universally creepy, so pick a spot on the ground and stare.
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