Coffee Shops and Tyranny By Holmes Lybrand - April 19, 2017 https://media.blubrry.com/stephenperkins/p/s3.amazonaws.com/outset-podcasts/Acerbic-Review/AR008.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThere is a toxin leaking into those havens for writers, students, and all other coffee shop enthusiasts. It has been corrupting these peaceful shops for quite a while now. It is time that this was addressed. TweetShareShareAnalysisCoffeeCoffee ShopsDistractionLoudMusicNoiseOUTSET PodcastsPhilosophyPodcastSoundTyrannyWriting Related Stories You May Like This Tex Fischer Dislikes Taylor Swift but Loves Liberty MilLiberty – Episode 27: Taxation Is And Always Will Be Theft The False Flag of Progress How Zuri Davis Went From ‘Baby Neocon’ to Bold Libertarian MilLiberty – Episode 26: Thoughts on Liberty After YAL’s Regional Summit 1 Comments Join the Conversation → Quinn Milionis Excellent. I have enjoyed the occasional instrumental background music (played at an appropriately quiet volume) and usually in less busy shops. Recently however, my local coffee shop has fallen victim to this “toxin,” and given into playing top 40 Spotify and the like. I absolutely agree on the idea of noise “tricking you into enjoying an environment.” The natural sound of a coffee shop is an integral part of the overall experience, and it need not be muddled or covered by anything.