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Imagine all the people

Imagine all the people
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16th May 2009, 13:14   | tags:,

beth says:

would've loved to see this

16th May 2009, 13:33

OJ says:

Can you hear it. Weather is blustery today.

16th May 2009, 14:21

beth says:

nope! not really

17th May 2009, 10:23

OJ says:

Oh wow. That is probably the most impressive wind related sound mic distortion I have ever posted. Sorry.

17th May 2009, 18:19

FilbertFox says:

I could hear a few snatches.

Isn't the song supposed to be anti-religion?

19th May 2009, 09:41

beth says:

yeah i think that was the point.. -tsch- art!

19th May 2009, 19:59

OJ says:

What Beth said.

19th May 2009, 20:12

FilbertFox says:

if i was JL I would be offended at them using my song like that.

19th May 2009, 22:06

beth says:

Yoko loved it. its ok.

19th May 2009, 22:07

FilbertFox says:

I still reckon he wouldn't have been keen

19th May 2009, 22:08

beth says:

he'll never find out neither, what with him being an atheist. it's ok

19th May 2009, 22:09

FilbertFox says:

I really like the sound of church bells.

19th May 2009, 22:10

OJ says:

FWIW Filbert Fox, and I'm a confirmed atheist, what struck me about the event was the appetite for shared experience. People came together to hear the bells and enjoyed doing so together. As they do for football matches, theatre and giant spiders. I suspect that the diocese know that being a focus for a communal experience makes the building feel more relevant. They've been very forward thinking of late - the DreamThinkSpeak installation there last year was more thematically daring (and was brilliant) yoking together consumerism, Santa Claus and various historical religous thinkers. As the Archbishop commented this week - Imagine merely invites us to think of a world without heaven, leaving open the possibility of one! Got to love the pragmatism!

19th May 2009, 22:35

beth says:

yes I liked that pragmatism too :)

19th May 2009, 22:38

OJ says:

And I typed that on my phone with my thumb which is only marginally quicker than spelling it out in morse code on a church bell so it's all I'm saying.

19th May 2009, 22:38