Don't write your complaint, sing it: the complaint choir
People have complaints. That's been made abundantly clear by perusing the WalletPop comments each day. How, though, can you voice your complaints in a way that they won't be lost in sheer volume of other laments? Here's an idea -- start a complaint choir.
Complaint choirs, an idea that started in 2005 in England and Finland, give public performances of specially-written pieces that set complaints to music. Imagine 80 voices strong expressing your distaste for deregulation, anger over appropriations, ire about the IRS, wrath over rap music, choler about climate change, rage over repossessions, and fury about folly.