Verse 2: in which we encounter the sober ramblings of someone discussing the merits of the łoł technique.
And here we come to the part of the program where we question the choices or merits that these guys make.
Well ostensibly, actually the type of merit that they have is indeed a word that we can look at quite deeply.
Because, do we mean Merit in the sense that we would use at school where it as an arbitrary point for,
er, your house or, er, your form?
Or are we indeed are we talking about merit in the form of a certificate;
something that is made with paper with ink on top of it.
Or are we looking at merit as a form of, um, praise?
And if we look at praise is there something religious about the music?
I don’t necessarily know. I don’t think that they know. I wonder who they worship.
And what is worship about it, if, it’s just a way to, um,
lead a singular path or a singular idea.
And here is the trouble, here is where everything comes from
because they have to dictate everything that they use by the roll of a die?!
And what is a die but a simple form of atheism;
where all choices lent out of the way and all ideas and all excuse are kind of thrown out of the window
and they say “I am not to blame.”
Well, are they to blame?
Well, perhaps they are to blame.
Well, the only thing that we can really say is that the music itself is not without some kind of merit,
even if that merit is blame.