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 • Posted by: Tim H
• Date: Thursday, May 22, 2003, at 8:29 a.m.
• IP Address: dm-66-250-30-tyrd.cox-internet.com
• In Response to: Re: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! (MSouza)


> I was just watching one of my favorite shows, South Park, and I noticed
> that they made another terrible insult to oboists, too. In episode 317
> "World Wide Recorder Concert" the children from South Park are
> playing in a 4 million-piece recorder group... they were led by Kenny G.
> All is good and fine until I look more carefully and notice that Kenny G
> is holding an oboe, not a soprano sax. To show Kenny G with an oboe is an
> egregious insult. I think most of us would agree that Kenny G plays
> nothing but watered down wuss music. I certainly don't respect him as a
> musician, and South Park has him holding an oboe. He doesn't deserve to
> hold an oboe. Maybe Kenny G was the one who defaced the Russian Oboe.

I saw that one too. Terrible insult to oboe players. South Park is very rude to many peoples.

Oboe players have rights too!

Myths and facts: https://www.expage.com/page/oboerights

Tim




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