To recognize the infantile behavior of a man-child who makes five-year-olds look like sage philosophers, the theme of this weekend's music thread is babies, children, being young, being older, crying and yelling, being foolish and being wise. Unlike the most powerful man in the world...for 53 days more.
"The car is totally wrecked, and I wouldn't ever drive it again anyway, but thank God I'm not leaving your Mother a Widow! Yet."
To celebrate Thanksgiving, this weekend's music thread is about things we're thankful for, people we love, nature, music, whatever you're thankful for in life, including life itself.
To counter Trump's and his cultish followers' ongoing Lie-Palooza, the theme for this weekend's music thread is truth. Songs that say things that are honest about people, events and life. Just give me some truth...coming soon on January 20th, 2021.
It's now official...President Elect Joe Biden and Vice President Elect Kamala Harris! The theme for today is celebration! Songs that make you happy, songs about winning, feeling good and having fun are all good for this weekend's celebratory playlist.
Join us this weekend in sharing songs about winning this most important election of our lifetimes! Songs about confidence, determination, fighting the good fight, taking down the bad guys, and even if it's a tad early, celebration.
To remind ourselves of the horrible abuse Trump committed by separating children, even nursing babies, from their parents, the theme for this weekend's music thread is children, boys and girls, and songs that remind you of your childhood.
Your religion does not define my beliefs nor our government.
This weekend's music thread is about cities, songs about towns big and small, anywhere in the world. So dust off your traveling clothes and post your favorite songs about your favorite cities!
Biden and Harris should keep their thoughts on this sequestered. His advisers, Democratic Leadership, well-regarded jurists, historians, and experts on the U.S. Constitution will need to study the issue. Biden has addressed the matter previously saying that that the idea of balancing a seriously imbalanced court by adding seats is a dangerous precedent.