On average, I’m not the kind of individual that finds most of the humorous content sent to me via email all that funny. The operative word there is “most”.
Recently a fellow tuba player buddy of mine sent me a link to something that actually made me spit up the water I was drinking at the time. It’s one of the bogus radio broadcasts from The Onion.
Go give it a listen and then come right back, it’s short so it won’t take much of your time (WARNING: the clip contains strong language. I’m not responsible if you get into trouble because you’re not bright enough to realize that you should be using headphones if you’re in the workplace or around minors): http://www.theonion.com/content/node/46678
Now that you’re back, why do you think this was or wasn’t funny? How do you think this applies to orchestra management? Send in a comment explaining the thought process behind your answers and I’ll post what I think
later in the day on Monday (sorry, the day got away from me).