Dave sends this along and it goes well with Scott’s latest commentary. The interesting thing about Claude-Michel Schönberg and Alain Boublil’s Do You Hear the People Sing from Les Miserables is that ten years ago it would have been hopelessly Pollyanna, but today it is very apropos. Did Schonberg and Boublil see ahead of their time, as, say, David Spengler did in the 1970s?
The same thing could be said about so many things being heard today – only in this era would they make sense and sound truthful, instead of merely hopeful. So here we stand, a few hours away from March 9, and the beginning of the ninth and final wave of the Mayan Calendar. Hold onto your hats! We are about to speed up once again!
And where we end up at the end won’t be Monty Python’s And Now For Something Completely Different. It’ll be Unchained Melody, with a twist (i.e., time will not go by so slowly after all).