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A Black Mountain, North Carolina, man is trying to popularize the word earspace, which he feels can be used in two different ways. One sense is the available time a person has to take in something by listening, as in “I have earspace for a new podcast.” The other meaning suggests things that sound somewhat similar, as in the following sentence: “Nickel Creek and The Mountain Goats are in the same earspace for me because the bands have a similar sound and I listen to them when I’m in the same mood.” This is part of a complete episode.

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