A little optimism, plus a little Ben Shapiro puncturing


This kind of thing makes me feel a little better.

Also, I like the song.

Comments

  1. says

    If I was Ben Shapiro, would I have to be Ben Shapiro forever or just a few days? Because if it’s only a few days I’d just do all the drugs and drink all the booze I could get my hands on. He looks like he’s got a nice healthy liver.

  2. says

    On The Worst Year Ever podcast they do some reading from Ben Shapiro’s novel. It’s pretty funny. John Ringo’s literary laurels are not threatened.

  3. dorght says

    I like the song. I used to love the song. This video has given me renewed desire to examine the self-imposed limitations on my imagination and reawaken what I once saw in it.
    “300 years ago…”, 300 years from now what could be with imagination.

  4. fergl says

    Thanks for this. I am 58 but I remember clearly being a student at Glasgow university and communally watching top of the pops, like we always did, thursday night. This song came on after his death. There were people standing at the back as there were no seats left. What an emotional outpouring. Tears, hugs, and yes maybe sex later. Unforgettable. Thank you again.

  5. dstatton says

    On the anniversary of the death of Beethoven I expect a rant about the Ninth Symphony, you know, with that “alle menschen werden bruder” crap at the end.

  6. kurt1 says

    On The Worst Year Ever podcast they do some reading from Ben Shapiro’s novel. It’s pretty funny. John Ringo’s literary laurels are not threatened.

    Chapo Trap House also did several pretty funny reading series of Shapiros “True Allegiance”, the novel is as stupid as it’s title. Failing a career as an artist and becoming hyper reactionary seems to be a common theme on the right.

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