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 • Posted by: Kevin & Scott Aguiar
• Date: Friday, May 23, 2003, at 7:13 a.m.
• IP Address: pool-64-222-235-151.port.east.verizon.net
• In Response to: California Man Caught Screwing Marxist Oboe! (J Conrad Radosh)


Blasphemy!

Blasphem against the demons of progress and their Arundo Donax obstructions... but mostly, a big thanks to Richard Rubenstein and Dick White for their very gentle wisdom in things leading to relaxation and graceful execution of oboe, which in my youth I thought could be gotten via physical endurance, miles of running, thousands of pushups and pure stubburnness. Lessons and guidances sometimes requiring a decade or more to comprehend.

"Oboe" is a metaphysical simile for alls that is good in the world. Doing it gives and yields great pleasures and sorrows. There is little I've seen that even comes close.

If Osama Bin Laden were an oboist, all might be well in the world. ( and as a corrolary, if he were ever challanged by the game of golf, at least he'd be too preccupied with that moras to cause so much trouble.)

Anyone screwing an oboe is challenged in a different way.




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