Gael Hannan – Hearing What the Bad Guys Say
Hearing What the Bad Guys Say
By Gael Hannan On
I have a recurring nightmare. Technically I suppose it’s not a nightmare because I fret about this while I’m awake, not when I’m sleeping.
I worry about being caught in a bank robbery – not doing the robbery, but being in the bank just when Jesse James’ great-great-grandson decides to carry on the family trade. When I’m nervous or agitated, my hearing tends to drop; people with hearing loss just don’t cope well in hold-ups. Hearing people are much better at it.
To give you a idea of what we go through, here’s an excerpt from the opening monologue . . . More