Last week’s nuclear agreement with Iran was the historic highlight of a remarkable few weeks for President Barack Obama. His big victory for peace followed victories for the ACA, gay marriage, the removal of the Confederate Flag in the South, his commutation of prison sentences for non-violent offenders and push for justice reform.

There is much to feel good about this week so this weekend’s music theme is about feeling good. Songs about feeling good or songs that just make you feel good.

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A song to make slow love to!

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qe1ScoePqVA

I knew Bobby. My ex used to baby sit his son.

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Oh KT, what happened? You wrote more and it wouldn’t get accepted?

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No Fergie, This system required me to use more letters than I wanted to use. It’s’s like a reverse limit on how many letters one can use.

If I want to type 5 letters or ten, that is below the “limit.” That is censorship. It may be the result of a certain algorism, but it limit speech. It requires a person to type more than what their thought may want to show.

I don’t like any limit on what someone may type, or what they may not type,

Limit the number of letters, and we limit the extent of thought.

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Nice one KT! 🙂

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I’ve gone to several Dead shows, in the 80s. I always felt that going to a Dead show would reinforce my faith in my fellow human beings. And, those shows that I went to, did just that.

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