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So there could be occasional gaps, the odd delay. But Nandy is Nandy. He never ignores a barb, never lets a compliment go by without swatting it hard.. Many of the risks we fear war on the Korean Peninsula, missiles inbound to Guam or Hawaii, proliferation of nukes to new countries aren’t mitigated by nuclear weapons, but rather arecaused by them. And Russia. They haven’t created a safer world but caused generations to live in fear under threat of global extinction and done nothing to stop proliferation..
If you attend to discourse about music in business environments, you may notice that the change from background to foreground music has hardly registered. By and large, most people talk about music in business environments as annoying and bad, and it is rare indeed to hear anyone talk about music in these settings as music they listen to intentionally elsewhere even though this seems to me an obvious connection to make. The reason for the negative tenor of such observations is that they are not addressing music, but rather a mode of listening about which most of us are at best ambivalent thanks in no small part to the disciplining of music in the Western academy..