Saturday, 10 December 2011

Crackdown on detrimental Eurovision Song Contest singers

Wmm managed to identify a Eurovision Song Contest performance from thirty years ago, Norwegian singer Finn Kalvik who sang "Aldri i livet", that may have been affecting his mind in a negative way for the last 30 years having watched it only once on TV back then, due to foreign lyrics that will never be translated by the typical listener not from the singer's country, that are likely to transform in the mind into other words non-existent in any language that the experiencer may well believe has some meaning in the language of the subconscious, along with the facial expressions of the singer such as the repetitive raising of the eyebrows with the blank look in his eyes . Wmm feels that some of these things can be detrimental if left unchecked to carry on replaying in the back of the mind for three decades. Hundreds of thousands of people in their 40s around Europe are expected to be able to make full recovery after having suffered the effects of his performance thirty years ago.

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