May 26, 2014

Language on holiday...



In a recent article from The Telegraph, Victoria Scott, a British woman living in Qatar, describes various worthwhile things one can do to feel more at home in that tiny country.  One of such things (italics mine) is to

... watch the Qatar Philharmonic play.

I expect that after Ms Scott gets to live in a few more places around the world, she will suggest for us to

smell the Bolshoi Ballet while in Moscow,  
listen to Rothko paintings while in Houston, and
taste the pyramids while in Egypt.

In the mean time, congratulations to The Telegraph (founded in 1855) on filling their editorial positions with hopeless cultural retards...


1 comment:

Kolya said...

Have you ever listened to the Qatar Philharmonic? Perhaps watching them is the only worthwhile activity there!