Whitfield Davis and Bill Alexander’s voice
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Probably one of the things that Tolle reminded me of is up in the federal court, T. Whitfield Davis was literally stone deaf. And Bill Alexander — who had a booming voice and could knock you out of this room without a microphone — was up there one day. And Bill was talking rather loud and T. Whitfield Davis had two hearing aids on. And Alex was telling him something, and he looked to him and he said, “Mr. Alexander, you don’t have to scream. The court can hear you.” And I think he’s the only person that T. Whitfield Davis had heard at all that day.