When you end your working week with “Jesus God almighty!” You’re either very religious, or a bit annoyed.
Mozart & Annoyance
We’re neither annoyed, religiously annoyed, either annoyed or religious, and/or… we think we covered it all.
That is why, over the last week, we’ve staggered out content that we’d normally save for one post. The result? That half-arsed content has had the most traffic we’ve had in ages.
The result? Well, we’re going back to normal again. Traffic don’t mean bugger all.
See. Look at that video. Who else would look in such astonishment? Except for an actor such as F. Murray Abrahim, also in The Grand Budapest Hotel.
Okay, so this now turning into a bit of a free-form Mozart music time. So we’ll follow this process, hey?
So, what would you like to hear? Tough we control the shots. And the word length. Which is at least 300 per piece, so bear with us as we ramble some more.
Interspersed with well timed pieces of banging tunes.
Yes, well the point of this, we suppose, is to use your lockdown time wisely. Don’t get angry about things.
Don’t become furious. Agitated? Sure, that’s okay. That’ll help pass you off as a heroin addict, rather than a plague sufferer.
But believe in Mozart. For He can guide you through the worst of times. He may have been dead for several hundred years. But don’t let that prove disconcerting.
Instead, revel in this rambling piece that we hodgepodged together over the course of an hour or so.
Because if there’s one thing you can learn from the pandemic, it’s that you need to learn to more classic music.
As in, Mozart. So, go forth and multiply (Mozart fans).