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Thought I was in for a very long episode
Oh I see what you mean - I don't know why there is all that silence at the end. I'll see if I can fix this.
It actually isn't even…
It actually isn't even silence. The player doesn't play it. The moment it gets to that point it the bar grays out and the pause button becomes the restart button.
Not even silence
Maybe we should even just leave it like that as an applied experiment in negative theology?
For some reason I only see it on my laptop. On my phone it shows the correct time. This may be a problem on my end, or not. I don't really know.
It seems like a gap has found it's way into this history of philosophy :)
Boom tish! Can't believe I didn't think of that one.
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