Friday Night Open Thread

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  1. Well, here’s a little ditty the lads have been working on, and I hope it’s one of yours:


    Just set rights back, and you’ll hear of tail
    By would-be Linda Tripps
    That sharted from dystopic courts
    Of bored vaginaship.

    Dem hate was a mighty selling point
    The Sisters brave, I’m sure
    Five passing flirts for sale that day
    On the #MeToo/Allred tour — the #MeToo/Allred tour.

    Dan Rather said “It’s getting rough;
    ‘Cause evidence gets tossed”
    If not for his Courage(tm) and the fear to scru-
    tinize, the men, they would be lost. The “Men No” would be lost.

    The chips were down, Gong Show-vinists
    Under a “Pig!” pile
    From Gillibrand
    The Sisters who
    Are millionaires
    The movie stars
    Protesters and harridans
    Here in Gillibrand’s aisle!


  2. Ludwig van Beethoven, CrabbyOldBat’s favorite composer, was born December 16, 1770, in Bonn, Germany. Here is a performance of his magnificent String Quartet No. 7, Op. 59, No. 1, the first “Rasumovsky” quartet (Count Rasumovsky commissioned three of them), by the Budapest String Quartet. Enjoy:


    • My coworkers were not forced to overhear me listening to the Ninth Symphony this year, as the date fell on a Saturday. Rattled the windows at home, however, and referred to my deaf dog as “Ludwig” for the day (he did not notice, for obvious reasons).



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