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    Vuvuzela is ruining the world cup

    I don't know about you, but vuvuzella's totally ruin the soccer games for me. You can't hear anything other than the constant annoying noise from the vuvuzella's, even in the streets & shops.

    I don't see how the vuvuzela's, at the way people are using them right now can have any good impact on the sports.

    And I also don't think all those tourists flew over here just to have their ear drums damaged.

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    If you watch a soccer match in England you hear their soccer shouts all the time as well. Granted it is much softer, but is of the same nature as the vuvuzela. (one bar and no real tune)

    From what I have heard, the other countries are pouring in orders for the vuvuzelas, seems like people who dislike vuvuzelas are in the minority...

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    I think those things are a jolly nuisance. Cannot hear the audience cheers.

    I would not want to go to a soccer match just to be deafened by those things. They need silencers.
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