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Star-Spangled Banner CPAP-style
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Star-Spangled Banner CPAP-style
For your amusement, me, singing the Star-Spangled Banner in a full-face mask.

   


Ok, I had a serious purpose! I'm a singer, and I have wondered if sometimes some of my breathing while asleep might be me having a dream where I'm singing. (and the director is yelling "NO BREATH!")

Interesting that "holding a note until you run out of breath" is what an obstructive apnea looks like. Which is kind of surprising -- I would have thought that would be a central!

(Also, the first time I realized that the tune for the Star-Spangled Banner is an old British drinking song I decided that I have great respect for British drunks!)
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RE: Star-Spangled Banner CPAP-style
Encore!   Dielaughing
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RE: Star-Spangled Banner CPAP-style
Try that with a P10 pillows mask. I struck out because I don't have that mask... And I can't sing. My singing is barking at the moon or about as nerve wracking as the dental drill.
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