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:

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    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
    Overnight;
    The movie stars
    Protesters and harridans
    Here in Gillibrand’s aisle!

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  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:

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    • 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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