Mass Game; The two faces

Hook Them Horns

“It was originally used in gymnastics, but now it has been expanded to indicate what shows or performances are in groups, such as group guns or card sections.” Authoritarian groups tend to focus on mass games, It is the same thing that is overwhelmed by the position of the executive, but the pixel of the picture represented by the card section of North Korea immediately below is a person. But it is only one of many pixels, and when an individual’s personality is revealed during a monolithic movement, it is treated as an ‘error’. ” -from Wki-

So, I hate this too. There must be a few people in my age who had some experience of falling down on the playground while practicing mass game in high school days. America is said to be a country with liberties, and it is very strange to me doing such a thing. In Texas, where I studied, famous universities were UT at Austin and Texas A & M University. Austin uses the name “Long Horn”, the long horn of the bison, and Texas A & M, “Aggie”, which means farmer (originally A&M means Agriculture and Mining) . The video’s Aggie band is a band made up of well known A&M ROTCs. (In the US, only six universities support the ROTC program)

I am curious as I watch the video. Is it possible because of ROTC spirit? In the liberated America, how is the balance between spontaneity and coercion for this performance? But, anyway it just looks … “cool”

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