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Only the most misguided theologian would suggest that honouring the mother of Our Lord somehow displeases Him.
Of course, no one has to like watching ballet anymore than they like violent video games, I suppose, but this commercial disturbed me in that it is aimed at children (one of the product logos on the screen says "Teen" something or other) with the message not only that ballet and the arts are suitable objects of derision, but also that the way to deal with whatever displeases is to bomb it into oblivion.
Ironically, after all the trouble of reclaiming plastic waste from gooey trash, recycled products often cost more and look worse than virgin plastics -- a situation that displeases consumers.