The New York Times reports that over 220,000 people have listened to a BBC recording from the answering machine of a soldier's family. Apparently, he pocket-dialed his family in the midst of battle and, because they weren't home, their answering machine recorded the sounds of battle from his pocket. Listening to that recording is an odd experience. It doesn't sound like any of the battles I've seen on TV and not anything like I expected. It's real life.