Andrey (azangru) wrote,

Judging by the front page of The Times, a big thing last week was that a music event (at first I misunderstood it as having something to do with school graduates :-) ) ended up in the playing of patriotic songs without allowing the audience to join in in the collective singing of the lyrics, due to covid. There it is, bottom right corner.

"YouGov research for The Times has found..." reports The Times. Fancy that! A newspaper commissioning a polling company to conduct a survey to find out what people think about playing patriotic songs without the lyrics.

I am trying to imagine myself giving a flying fart about whether the Russian anthem is played with or without the lyrics, or whether it's played at all — and just can't.

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