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re: Why do standing ovations now seem obligatory? A psychologist's take.
Posted by: ryhog 03:44 pm EDT 10/01/22
In reply to: re: Why do standing ovations now seem obligatory? A psychologist's take. - Chromolume 03:14 pm EDT 10/01/22

To add insult to injury, it is highly likely that some in that audience would not be able to stand on their feet, whether my jumping or with external assistance. I stood somewhere last night because I could not see the stage otherwise. The couple next to us stood too, but so that they could rudely push their way to the aisle to (making this part up) avoid missing the bus to New Jersey.
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