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Shut up and sing - music

 

What is it with these performers and their politics? Do they exceedingly think that colonize who pay $100 or more to hear them sing want to hear them utter following opinions? The addressees pays hundreds of thousands of dollars to see and hear a actress PERFORM. You want to spout politics, run for freakin office, you moron! When performers use a paid venue to play politics they are abusing the paying audience, the venue, the sponsors and all associated to their artistic performance. It's an inappropriate venue and inapproprite deeds to voice your supporting viewpoint, you jerk! And they amazement why citizens boo.

Somebody pays a small affluence for their receipt to see them act and ends up being subjected to a opinionated attitude from a big cheese who makes millions of dollars a year but doesn't have a real job, doesn't have to live in realism and doesn't have a clue about the real world! Yeah, right, tell me about your biased views while I'm session here coming up to be entertained by you. That's why I came here and that's what I paid for isn't it, you unthankful dense idiot. You want to spout off, do it for free. Yes, free. Why don't you act upon for free then you can say no matter which you want to your audience. Then it's fair and balanced. Then the consultation gets what it pays for.

And what about the confrontation in Red County, CA where the architect makes a analysis about Linda Ronstadt and listeners starts booing and the architect responds with how America used to be a place where you could openly converse your views. Ha! Twenty thousand associates and he's the only one with a microphone! Open discussion, my ass.

So, a word to the wise. You want to keep performing, keep creation millions, keep active in your fantasy world? Shut up and sing.

Maya Hold down is a irregular journalist and contributing editor for News4Net. Clause inspired by radio talk show host, Dennis Prager, who has a brain in his head and a heart in his chest.


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