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Ouch! Some French don't appreciate GJ

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  • MatteoMatteo Sweden✭✭✭✭ JWC Modele Jazz, Lottonen "Selmer-Maccaferri"
    edited December 2016 Posts: 364
    Well, it's the country of Charlie Hebdo. A bit of satire and blasphemy is definitely in place.
    t-bird
  • guitarmikeguitarmike Montreal, Quebec✭✭ Old French Gypsy Guitar
    Posts: 64
    It's only Gypsy Jazz but I like it.
  • scotscot Virtuoso
    Posts: 544
    Infuriating and insulting if you've been playing this music for 5 years, hilarious and spot-on if you've been at it for 20. Humor is the most difficult thing to comprehend in another language.
    Chicago
  • juandererjuanderer HoustonNew Manouche Latcho Drom Djangology Koa
    Posts: 98
    In related news: Some Americans don't appreciate traditional jazz.

    Some Argentinians don't appreciate tango.

    Some Spaniards don't appreciate paso doble.

    The list could go on forever.
    Buco
  • Bob HoloBob Holo Moderator
    Posts: 1,250
    It looks like a bit of advertising clickbait & if it irked you enough to tell people about it, then it worked as he intended ;-)

    I'm glad that there is so much stuff on the internet, because in many ways, the internet is amazing. I just figured out how to upgrade the lighting in my shop to be color-correct and 92CRI at center and >95CRI over the benches so that I can color-match lacquer without leaving the shop and just generally have more pleasant light. It took only a few hours over the course of a couple of days. In the 80's, that kind of research would have taken phone calls, driving, & days to weeks of dead-ends & sifting through irrelevant information. Behold the power of the internet circa 2016.

    But clickbait reminds me why I sort of miss the internet circa 1980s/90s before clickbaiters & advertisers discovered it - when it was just a bunch of nerds on dial-up modems checking their pine-mail and obsessing over computers & Princess Leia (RIP)
    You get one chance to enjoy this day, but if you're doing it right, that's enough.
  • psychebillypsychebilly Kentucky, USA
    Posts: 40
    ...I could say the same thing about ^heavy metal^...
    Creativity is knowing how to hide your sources.
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