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As a glut of Instagram memes will testify, there is no worse fate than turning up for an interval session on the Versaclimber having forgotten your headphones. A close second, however, is struggling not to garotte yourself with the wires mid session, just as you’ve reached the chorus of Survivor’s Eye of the Tiger (or whatever it is you play to spike your testosterone. Seriously, man, it’s 2017.).
And with this gift received and acted upon, the embers in the hearts of humankind started to glow and burn brightly. The Muses and the heavens saw our lights burn brighter and brighter as we reached out and touched the lives of all around us. We traded our weapons for plowshares to feed each other, we shared our gifts with those less fortunate and with each life that was renewed with love, the gifts of abundance and joy filled the lives of all humankind..
Stuart Sutcliffe perhaps has the most claim to the title he was the fifth member of the band from 1960 to 1961, and he wasn’t replaced after he left. A friend of John Lennon’s from the Liverpool College of Art, he was more artistically than musically inclined, but he became the Beatles’ original bassist and played clubs with them in Hamburg, Germany. His “mop top” hairdo, sunglasses and skinny pants influenced what would become the Beatles’ signature style.
The right quickly identified these notions as a danger to the very foundations of society and spent decades flogging the university lefties who promoted them. In “Tenured Radicals,” Roger Kimball accused academic theorists of trying to redefine the traditional humanities as “a species of political grievance mongering” for which virtue equals “whatever sexual, feminist, Marxist, racial, or ethnic agenda to which the particular critic has declared his allegiance.” Norman Podhoretz believed that postmodernism was an attack on moral order. More recently, Victor Davis Hanson faulted postmodernism for President Barack Obama’s handling of health care legislation, writing, “In the gospel of postmodern relativism, what did it matter if the president of the United States promised that Obamacare would not alter existing health care plans when it was clear that it would?”.