Too much information

Last week at our local restaurant my wife and I learned more about medical ventilators than we will hopefully ever need to know. One occupant of the neighbouring table expounded tirelessly and loudly for two hours on the merits of various systems, optimum flow rates, and the skills associated with intubation. One of his companions gamely got the odd remark in, but the other two had clearly lost the will to live. Too much information, wrong context. While it used to be desirable to give lots of

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