It Is a Crock of Excrement; and It Stinketh Mightily

In news that won’t matter to hardly anyone, yet pleads with God, Mother Earth or the committee of dolphins who started this vaudeville to end it NOW and save future generations from living a lifetime in the outhouse shithole, observe the latest brainlessness from the deranged:

Orchestras Pull Tchaikovsky From Concerts Over Russia’s War on Ukraine – via

Yes, that’s right.  A musical genius, who roamed this cesspool some 150 years, and gave the world some seriously beautiful music – forget that – for in this enlightened age, the criminally insane rule the day and have decided you should be butthurt by hearing a few bars from the ‘1812 Overture’ (good God, man – the canon fire!) or ‘The Little Russian Symphony’ where he took Ukrainian folks songs and composed one magnificent symphony around them. Such supreme irreverence to these demons’ shitfuckery cannot be tolerated! Batten down the hatches, hide the women and children and release the hounds, for your ass must be saved from experiencing beauty of any kind and focus only on the ugliness these dickheads conjure up each day.

Have the vomit bag at hand for this lunacy:

Several orchestras have recently announced changes to their concert programs, removing the legendary Romantic-era composer Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky from their lineups amid the Russian war on Ukraine.

On Wednesday, Wales’ Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra announced it would be removing Tchaikovsky’s “1812 Overture” from a March 18 concert.

Tchaikovsky was a Russian composer of the Romantic Period, best known for his ballets, “The Nutcracker,” “Swan Lake,” and “Sleeping Beauty,” as well as several more famous concertos and symphonies, including “1812 Overture.” The composer died in 1893 in St. Petersburg, Russia.

A statement on the orchestra’s official website said, “In light of the recent Russian invasion of Ukraine, Cardiff Philharmonic Orchestra, with the agreement of St. David’s Hall, feel the previously advertised programme including the 1812 Overture to be inappropriate at this time.”

The “1812 Overture” was written to celebrate Russia’s defense against the invasion of Napoleon, and is notable for featuring a barrage of cannon fire in its composition. (full article)

The dumpster fire continues.

But behold, there is a savior in the wings!  One to guide us through these tumultuous times. Read, and feel good that such golden rods of colon blow are easing the heavy weight upon all nations presently:

“The U.N. has set up a process by which there will be a review and investigations, and we will of course participate as appropriate and necessary, but we all watched the television coverage of just yesterday.”

“That’s on top of everything else that we know and don’t know yet based on what we’ve just been able to see and because we’ve seen it or not doesn’t mean it hasn’t happened. But just limit it to what we have seen. Pregnant women going for health care being injured by, I don’t know, a missile, a bomb, in an unprovoked, unjustified war, where a powerful country is trying to take over another country, violate its sovereignty, its territorial integrity, for the sake of what? Nothing that is justified or provoked?” – Vice President Kamala Harris on Wednesday, in Warsaw, providing an answer to reporter’s questions regarding the nation’s response to Russia’s invasion of the former Soviet republic. – via

“So, in the interests of survival, they trained themselves to be agreeing machines instead of thinking machines. All their minds had to do was to discover what other people were thinking, and then they thought that, too.” ― Kurt Vonnegut, Breakfast of Champions


Tonight’s musical offering:

Tchaikovsky – Symphony 2 Op 17 ‘Little Russian’ – John Eliot Gardiner -The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra


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