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This man is a FUCKING WILDCARD. He sings dont want to set the world on fire and then causes a MASSIVE EXPLOSION in his tardis. He hates unit. I understand that when books are made in to movies and TV Shows there are some slight hollywood ized differences, but you have to keep the characters the same which is the foundation of the book and story, otherwise it kinda ruins it. If you haven’t read the books I am referring to Tara and the new love interest that Eric is going to have. It really bothers me, not to mention the actress that plays Tara really bothers me.
By the following month, June 2018, Trump had made up his mind: It made sense. At a meeting of the National Space Council in the East Room of the White House, he said, “When it comes to defending America, it is not enough to merely have an American presence in space. We must have American dominance in space.
But what if there is something to Louis’s claim that Mahler speaks musical German with a Jewish accent? Even if Louis meant that in the most negative way, couldn’t his claim, in the end, offer a sign that a part of Mahler resisted assimilation? that however hard he worked at convincing himself he was a Christian and a German, he was in the end truly and fundamentally Jewish? and that the kernel of his Jewishness that he could not or would not eradicate might serve as an emblem of sorts for the Jewish condition and struggle more broadly? That this might be true, or sensed to be true, may explain why Mahler is so readily accepted as, not just a Jew who made it as a composer, but also as, more specifically, a Jewish composer, a composer whose Jewishness mattered and continues to matter as a positive dimension of his musical personality. Bernstein certainly argued along these lines when he presented his view of Mahler as a “double man,” and saw Mahler’s musical “neuroticism” as an expression of his Jewish temperament.14 But even if audiences ranging from the anti Semitic Louis to today’s listeners can recognize or sense this element in Mahler’s music, it is no simple matter to identify it in a way that will seem satisfying, or that will pass muster within a musical culture that wants to believe that “serious” music should ideally aspire to a kind of universal language uninflected with cultural traces of this kind. The challenge, then, is not just to prove that Mahler’s music acts Jewish, but also to prove that its acting or being Jewish or being anything in particular, for that matter, besides abstract patterns of sound is not at odds with its being genuinely music..