The fourth of 217 questions that I plan to tackle, about life, money, power, values, love, ethics, and all that jazz.
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Why go to a concert? To enjoy it? What if you couldn't tell anyone that you were there? Would you still enjoy it? Would you get value for money? Is it important to have a good childhood, or will you turn out a good adult regardless of a bad one?
Lighting effects by putting a bit of orange film around the bulb.
Musical sting at the end by David Gildas.
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