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Re: Limbaugh speech

I wonder what scientific validity finding such an audio clip would have, in view of the fact that Limbaugh admitted having been a regular user of drugs that could have contributed to, or outright caused, the impression of his speech being different, funny, or drunk.


At 01:08 PM 6/20/2006, you wrote:
My colleague Mark Seidenberg is hoping to find an audio clip of Rush Limbaugh after he lost most of his hearing but before the cochlear implant. This was when his listeners noticed that he sounded different, funny, drunk, etc. He hopes to use this as an example of what happens when one can no longer hear their own output.

Thanks in advance for any suggestions for sources. -- Keith

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