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Permalink 11/11/09 at 07:08:57 am, by Ed, 105 words   English (US)
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You know what I hate about the opera? It's not that it's terribly high squealing soprano vibrato in another language for three hours, it's... oh, wait, it is that. But what else it is is the reason you go.

Like opera or not, that's not why you go. You go because you are supposed to like it, regardless of whether you actually do.

It makes no sense to me: If you're watching something on TV, and you don't like it, you change the channel or shut off the TV, but you can plan months in advance to go see something they don't actually want to.

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