This famous and well-known mnemonic is familar (or it should be) to anyone acquainted with conventional musical staff notation for the treble clef (treble, yet there is only one) as being the identifiers for the notes on the lines, where the spaces are similarly identified by FACE (as in, we forget your name but your face makes a lasting impression). Irrelevantly let it be noted that I have lost my childhood illusion now, and my decade-long nearly insufferable bout with fandom has ceased. It is not without significance that it happened on Fort Sumter Day (that would be today). With that having been or still being or yet to be said, This Concise Portion (TCP), Which Is Kindly Inserted (WIKI), Heading This Particlar Post (HTTP), now at long last is hereby concluded (forthwith). Other extraneous material follows, but not without that extra click to get to page two, so therefore it does not follow (non-sequitur).
The more part
This post probably seems pointless. Not to be unoriginal, but to quote Larry Wall, “that’s because it is,” at least it should be pointless unless somehow you have a way to know how pointlessness can have a purpose. In that case, it is spot ON.
Notwithstanding all that crapulent cryptological consternation, please (feel free to) enjoy the following Moody Blues album, presented in two sides (A and B) for your education (possibly a review if you’re over 40), titled Every Good Boy Deserves Favour.
As an aside, note that (from paragraph #1) the quickly used — if not trite — expression “Famous And Well-Known” evaluates to “FAWK” so excuse me, since that’s just another fawk up there of mine, and presumably on purpose, isn’t it? Obviously, only behaviour this outrageous would properly conclude the questionable entertainment value portion of today as seen recently Among Several Creatures Of Real Existence (A SCORE).
(I’d walk out now before it’s too late, were I you.)