I've never been much of a hip hop or rap fan myself but I have been getting more than my fair share of it lately with the boogers (young kids) who live behind me during this lock down...along with several weekly doses of smoke from their little bonfires they have going on. Last summer I'd get worn out on it and give their management company a call to ask them to reign it in a bit and if that didn't work I'd call the cops on them. It's not that I wasn't young once myself and we partied a whole lot but we also alternated partying between friends houses as to not totally drive the neighbors crazy all the time....but this year I'd rather have them back there together driving me nuts then out taking a chance they could get this virus and spread it to someone who could potentially die from it, if that's what it takes to keep them happy and together so be it my contribution to be in this together with them because that's what people do in times like this, they come together whatever it takes to make it through and it sends an incredible message that we will not be torn apart as I've came to believe this is an objective behind all of this. My contribution this week goes out to all who've contributed to healing people, keep people safe, calm people's fears and looked out for one another in some fashion or another. I really can't think of a better person to have brought us this fine contribution than James Taylor and company on The Voice last week.
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