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Wireless headphones aren't going to work for me. The trouble is that I'm very good (bad?) at losing stuff. Keys, phones, various forms of identification: turns out I have a preternatural talent for misplacing small and relatively important items. Taking away the wires will, I'm afraid, just make it easier for me to lose track of my earbuds. I used to think that spending more money on these things would make me more aware of them. Then I walked into the ocean with a pricey pair of sunglasses and walked out without my shades.

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