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  mrmcleod  |  29

#28 Actually not necessarily. I'm a metal fabricator and I wear ear plugs regularly. I will play music on my phone's speaker and stick it up inside of my hard hat. The plugs are good at blocking out certain frequencies of noise, in my case heavy machinery, welding machines etc. I actually hear my music better with the ear plugs in when I'm in the shop.

In OP's case it might actuality benefit him doubling up!

  mrmcleod  |  29

#44, while that may be true, the amount of time it took you to just start writing your comment the vacuum of space wood have killed said individual already. So quick? Yes. Painless? Debatable.

By  Bearyknight  |  7

It is at that moment and when you should of jumped out of your window, climbed into your rocket, blasted of into space, and finally ejected yourself into space for a quick painless death. If that did not help erase such memories, see below.
** Rinse and repeat

  Rei_Ayanami  |  18

While I understand this was for comedic purposes...

Being caught in the vacuum of space is ANYTHING but painless, all the moisture in your body is ripped out of you by extreme pressure. You don't suffocate, your internal organs pretty much turn to soup, explode, and evaporate. While that is happening your eyes are also exploding, and your skin is freezing solid. It takes less than 10 seconds, but it is likely the absolutely most horrendous way to die.