Exactly my point: being "right" isn't the issue.
It is also worth noting that a reviewer gives his or her perspective. If a reader disagrees with the reviewer, that does not make the reviewer wrong (not counting misstatements of facts, dates, names, etc.). Theatregoer1 would do well to understand and appreciate the distinction.
I'm pretty sure Chris can be wrong.
Hmmm; an anonymous person bashes a reviewer and paints the reviewer as a hater and a troll . . . . .
I like to pride myself at having one of the most fully-developed depraved minds around, but I have to admit that I do not see dildos; I see a poorly executed design.
Oh; it's supposed to represent the letter "M?"
One clef; two notes have I.
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