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Friday, 18 January 2013
Propaganda Video By Shi'ites On Their War In Syria

As listeners will discover to their aural anguish, the composer of the sound track clearly has not read Rameau's Treatise on Harmony.

Here's the story, and the video in question:

Posted on 01/18/2013 1:54 PM by Hugh Fitzgerald
18 Jan 2013
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Backward Baritone Shiites
They sure as shootin' wouldn't be singing Sweet Adonai, but Muslims could harmonize allah a Berber Shop Quartet.
"Cut this [prophet] into you and me
Burn it backwards, kill this history
It's a picture-perfect evening and I'm staring down the sun
Fully loaded, deaf and dumb and done
Waiting for sedation to disconnect my head
Or any situation where I'm better off than dead"
Islam is the disease, but I've got the Cure:
"I can turn
And walk away
Or I can fire the gun
Staring at the sky
Staring at the sun
Whichever I chose
It amounts to the same
Absolutely nothing
I'm alive
I'm dead
I'm the stranger
Killing an Arab"
(Also see Joseph Haydn's John Derbyshire Marches and the Haydn Quartet's Sweet Adeline:

Burning It Backwards,
Lawrence Durrell,
Port Selda
Tags: Sweet Adeline, Elliot Smith, burn a disc or cut a record, but to burn one's bridges on a magic carpet to Airdnaxela doesn't cut it, my car pet, To An Arab Dying Young, Eyes the Shiite night has shut cannot see the record cut or tear down the Yids or Pyramids or desecrate King Tut, not saying that he would have qualified for the Gay Olympics, but his nom de plume was "AE Housfrau," birds of a feather, nom de plumage, Alexandria's Ragtime Band

18 Jan 2013
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A Sweetheart Deal
Also see Commentary Magazine's Let Me Call You Quota, Sweetheart and
Tags: see also A Quota Of Solace on Daniel Craig's List

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Errata & Omissions
Cut this prophet out of you and me....
Burn this disc or cut a record or cut a rug.....

19 Jan 2013
Paul Blaskowicz

On the whole, I'd rather listen to Carmen Miranda (And as the piece was taken from the CS Monitor, to the Mary Seacole de nos jours and  fine Christian Scientist        Carol Channing

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