They're still going to "let me" listen to the clock radio but the whole reason I listened to my iPod was because the clock radio gets very poor signal and you lose reception if there's more than one person in the office or if you move your left arm or if it rains. You know, things that rarely occur in a Vancouver office setting
What really eats me, is I've been there for four years, with no issue listening to my own device. But they made a whole bunch of changes for those of us that have to access our workspace through the public areas (ie I can't get to my office without walking through the lobby), such as we're only allowed ONE personal item and that item has to be a travel mug for water. I can't even bring a coffee to my desk anymore (unless it's in a travel mug and I forego the water mug). But if I worked on one of the levels where I don't walk through public space I could bring as many fucking cups to my desk as I wanted.
Retribution Gospel Choir - 3 (Has anyone else listened to this yet? I know there are a number of Low fans here who need to check it out. It took Alan Sparhawk three albums but he finally made the band sound like the psychedelic version of Low I always wanted them to be. Two 20 minute tracks that could easily go on twice as long.)
I am a casual Low fan, and am currently listening to this album on your recommendation because you made it sound like my shit. Sure enough this is exactly my shit and what I wish Low sounded like.