"You will be!”
- ―Harold and Murdoch
Sound of Silence is a rhyming magazine story.
Murdoch is cross whilst passing the noisy airport. Then, Harold accidentally causes a gust of wind, and knocks a crate from Murdoch's flatbed. Then, Murdoch sees a glider that he likes, which does not make a sound!
- The story's title is possibly a reference to Simon and Garfunkel's song of the same name.