Isn’t it always the case that we find out about events too late to buy tickets or to cancel other plans?
For example, U2 have just announced an Australian tour but, unfortunately, it’s too late for me to attend as the concerts coincide with a long-planned appointment I have with slamming my cock in a drawer.
But back to the performance art by people who are absolutely sane and in no way caught up in an echo chamber of views;
Beginning on Saturday evening, volunteers will read from the report over 24 hours. Music will play over some of the redacted portions.
Riveting stuff. I bet there won’t be a dry seat in the house.
Ticket sales must be huge, somewhere between the Alien Sex Fiend reunion and “T’Pau’s Greatest Hit rebooted” tour, I imagine.
“The American people paid for the Mueller Report and not a lot of people have read it,” Steven Padla, a member of New Neighbourhood, told Business Insider. “We want it to be heard by as many people as possible.”
“…..not a lot of people have read it”?
It’s not as if there’s a concerted effort to censor it; it’s a free downloadable PDF.
Frankly, if you’ve not had an utter gut full of CNN talking heads trying to find something, anything, of interest in the report for the last few months, can I suggest Rachel Maddow over on MSBC would welcome the extra viewing numbers?
The Kübler-Ross model is generally accepted as a good indicator of where people suffering from grief and loss are on their journey to some semblance of normality.
The stages are as follows;
It would seem stages (1) and (2) are quite hard to leave for some folks.