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(My Fox DC)   "It was Glee meets the Russian Revolution, I'm not kidding you. They had giant hammers and sickles and they were waving them around"   (myfoxdc.com) divider line 4
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2012-09-25 11:00:19 AM  
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Weaver95: I can think of no better way to mock the Soviets and communism than to make a 'Glee' dance number out of their ideals.


But what did poor Shostakovich ever do to get dragged into it?

/Where the the hell do you find marching band arrangements for Shostakovich? That must have been a complete train wreck regardless of the Bolshevik angle.
2012-09-25 12:40:58 PM  
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FarkedOver: It's not even just that. They count deaths by famine as a direct result of "communism". Anyone ever who died under "communism" was executed is what I think some people believe (or sent to a gulag).


It's what you think some people believe? Go stand in the corner and think about what you wrote.
2012-09-25 12:19:05 PM  
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Is this their band director?

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2012-09-25 10:55:59 AM  
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I can think of no better way to mock the Soviets and communism than to make a 'Glee' dance number out of their ideals.
 
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