experiments with long tags gone awry.
a desolate urban local area network?
|asian hick |
I was waiting for the dude to moonwalk across the shot.
At first I was wondering why someone would dub a stroll through a parking garage with some church music CD.
|Tom Collins |
This is cool and all, but we, as a people, really need to start taking back the word "awesome" which was historically reserved for things, like, looking through a telescope and seeing a star being born, or waking up in a tent near the edge of the grand canyon.
Can they do the Halo theme next?
Ugh, they got Jesus all over the parking garage.
The tenors being under pitch by about a quarter step on their long held note aren't helping any.
The SUV horns did this.
good timing for a car alarm to go off
|Oscar Wildcat |
Basically a carpark is the 21st century cathedral. But why aren't they singing advertizing jingles?
Awesome? Neat, maybe.
When's the last time you saw a plain clothes choir singing in a parking garage. That is much more than "neat". At least "pretty damn cool". Or "whoa, holy shit". I would go so far as to say "frickin' sweet".
I've seen it too many times. They're probably rehearsing there because they got kicked out of the room they booked on campus. This is like people who see mule deer and are like "awww nature" and ignore the fact that they are disease-bearing, overpopulated pests who will hoof your face in if they see you.
You know what? I take more comfort from the beauty of choral music than I do from the god which inspired the majority of it. What I'm trying to say is that long, drawn out amens are ok by me.
it took me a minute to realize what was going on. i was expecting someone to get run over.
I THINK SINGING IS LAME ONE STAR
OH WAIT HOW DID THOSE FOUR OTHER STARS GET UP THERE
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