I immediately have a complete dislike for many people.
We were watching a creepy movie today in orchestra, I won't go too far into it, but one of the things it mentioned was how Beethoven went deaf then composed his Seventh Symphony.
And so I went on Beethoven's wikipedia page, and found an awesome piece called the "Große Fuge".
And I have a large distrust of classical and romantic composers because after seeing Johann Sebastian Bach's "Brandenburg No. 3" the most ghastly example of sphincter-clenching pretentiousness I've ever seen in my life, I just kinda gained a half-expectation that all classical and romantic composers are massive cocks that write pretentious music.
And I don't think they are, now, even barfing Johann Sebastian Bach, I hope that Brandenburg concerto was just a hiccup of sphincter-clenching pretentiousness.
But anyway, look at this:
COOLEST CLASSICAL PIECE I'VE EVER SEEN
And yet, at the time, people hated it, and called it "repellent" and other shit to which Beethoven responded "Cattle! Asses!" Which I agree with, although I would tend to use to words "Fuckwad!" "Dick Pickle!" and "Cunt Biscuit!".
Because if you don't like it, obviously you have some pretentious idea about sobby-beautiful-consonant pieces like GODDAMN Brandenburg No. 3.
So, therefore Beethoven is my new favorite composer ever.
Plus the fact that he composed THAT shizz while deaf makes me want to kiss the guys toes.