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How specific are the restrictions?

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Does anyone know exactly what goes on that last hour? Are people being forbidden to read books or even the in-flight magazines? Are they allowed to listen to their iPods if the iPods are in their pockets? If you're listening to in-flight music, do they make you stop? What exactly is going on across the skies in airlines out there? I'd appreciate hearing. The last hour of a flight is often the most boring, and the idea of not being able to divert myself is dispiriting, to say the least.

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