Letters: Armstrong, Toilets, Keyboards

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'Dishwasher Song'

Listener and Weekend Edition Sunday Music Director Ned Wharton let us know about his experience combining dishwashers and computers. He composed this song using his laptop and the sounds of his dishwasher.

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Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong asserts that he raced drug-free after a new book, From Lance to Landis: Inside the American Doping Controversy at the Tour de France, hit the market. Dual-flush toilets are hardly innovative, let alone newsworthy. Washing a keyboard is a trick of the trade now gone public; properly draining it is the key to success.

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