Showing posts with label Music. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Music. Show all posts

Saturday, August 7, 2021

Buyer's Remorse: Eric Clapton's Adverse Experience With COVID VAXX

As of August 3rd, approximately 50.2% of US citizens
have been vaccinated.

Eric Clapton Takes A Break After Facing Backlash by Eren Merdan Gursoy (image)
Every time I decide to stop posting things about the covid jab and this planned pandemic, there's something of importance that I stumble across that I feel is important enough to share. Mind you, I'm not a doctor, but I am a freedom-loving, informed-choices person with a brain. So I again offer up the following information for your personal use in making a dent in the head of a public beast that refuses to stop spreading lies and disinformation.

Despite the fact that so many knowledgeable medical professionals--including doctors, virology experts, and scientists--have come forward to denounce these covid jabs--many at great peril--the Beast, the political mahcine continues to press on, now fostering the notion that the unvaxxed must be isolated and omitted from all of society...

There's one celebrity who took one of these toxic brews that's now sorry he did. His name: Eric Clapton:

Legendary rocker Eric Clapton said he had a “disastrous” reaction to the COVID-19 vaccine and blamed “propaganda [that] said the vaccine was safe for everyone” after he was left fearing he’d “never play again.” (read more)
If you're interested in Eric's story, you can watch and listen to him tell about it himself:

Remember, if you take the jab, there's no coming back from what will ensue. Despite NPR and others telling us over and over that they are tested, safe, and effective... there are those like Clapton will assure you that the opposite is true.


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Saturday, January 4, 2020

There's Something Refreshing About "Good" Classical Music

Classical music is like poetry, it's a
soothing balm to a weary soul.
image of a penny with 'In God We Trust' Is there any other way to describe the affect of "good" classical music on someone who is tired and worn out with life? Is there a better way to look at the gentleness of art in the form of song, chamber music, opera, or a dynamic symphony?

I listen to classical music a lot while I write, transpose, translate, and work with visual

content. To me, it's part of who I am, who I've been for a long time. I mostly listen to classical through Internet Radio (I'll post a list of links at the end), but I've purchased my fair share of cassette tapes and CD's (anyone remember what a "cassette" is?).

When I was a child, I saw advertisements on television concerning a series of 33-1/3 rpm records that featured the world's renown classical's. Oh how much I wanted that record collection, but it came at a price, and it was more than my allowance would allow me. By the time I reached Junior High, I had pretty much given up hope of ever getting that record collection.

Fast forward to the 1990's, and now as an adult in my 40's, I had the income necessary to purchase that record collection, but it was no longer anywhere in sight. So I settled on a collection of CD's (anyone remember what a Compact Disk is?) where almost every composer was represented. Not only did I purchase that collection, but I purchased many, many more.

The other thing I did was to purchase box after box of audio cassette tapes at the "Barn Sale," which was a weekend thing that took place each week in a barn--hence the "Barn Sale."

I've been told by several people in the know that I'm a very old soul and that this will be my last visit to this place. Well, to sooth my weary mind, I'll continue to listen to Classical music. How about you (click here to share your favorites with me: abcolombo@usa.com, or comment below)?

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