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re: Beethoven's Last Night

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rockfenris2005 01:35 am MST 12/28/06
In reply to: re: Beethoven's Last Night - The_Count 06:45 am MST 12/27/06



> Just to weigh in here one more time, I don't know what you
> saw that you thought was 100% crap, but I completely
> disagree. As far as I am concerned, the show could have
> featured winos dressed as smurfs and the show still would
> have been worth it to me for the music. It was absolutely
> beautiful. The music is what brought me 1200 miles to
> listen to and I would have done it several more times had
> the producers not been such total bozos. Hopefully they
> will be banned from theater for life.
> As for your "criticism", it's merely an opinion. And we
> all know what they say about opinions. Thankfully, you are
> in the minority, Renfro.
> The Count
>

Ken Mandelbaum has an "opinion" as well, he thought it was absolute shit. It was absolute shit, IMO

And if you want to talk about hard-working people, well, here's an example: A bunch of hard-working guys decide to build a house. They really sweat, they really toil, they really throw their backs into it. But at the end of the day when the concrete cracks, the ceiling caves in killing its inhabitants, the fan of the shower comes falling down mutilating the innocent person inside, the kitchen sink caves in and the dog-kennel collapses on the dog.. after ALLLLLLL that hard-work, do you really think it's praise-worthy then? No, it isn't

It may have taken a lot of hard work, no one can deny that, but was it a good job? No, it wasn't




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