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The Pacifying Power of the Classics

By raincoaster

Rick Astley would never

via WanderingCoyote

Okay, so it’s not Beethoven. You think Beethoven’s Fifth would calm a crying baby? Behold the power of the greatest pacifier known to humanity, the ever-reliable Rickroll. I wonder what would happen if they played Rick Astley in Helmand; the entire region would break into a soporific version of the Hustle, shake hands, and declare peace. You doubt? You watch!

via Defamer.

3 Responses to “The Pacifying Power of the Classics”

  1. Jennie Says:

    Just shows that people don’t understand infants. They come into the world knowing all the vast secrets of the universe until their minds are polluted with the dreck of humanity. As primitive human language wraps it’s tentacles around their developing minds, the knowledge of the all is sucked away. This child cries for it’s loss. It cannot cry while the noise destroys wisdom. It is only in the silence that the little one can mourn the escape of Eden…

  2. raincoaster Says:

    There you have the secret to the success of the mainstream media. When you get Rickrolled the abyss stares also into you.

  3. La Petite Acadienne Says:

    Rick Astley – love child of Billy Ocean and Howdy Doody, international phenomenon, soother of infants, bringer of world peace.

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