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Seriously, Bob ... not even a little reach-around? We get NO LOVE?

You couldn't just like ... throw us ONE single, tiny, little conspiracy charge against Stone, Cohen, Manafort, Page, or freaking Papadopolous?

A little Sunthin Sunthin?

That WHOLE TIME we gave you benefit of the doubt, assumed you weren't bringing any charges like that cause you were protecting witnesses and evidence and cases and shit?

And now this?

Brutal, man.

Way uncool.

If we aren't prepared to prove our case beyond a reasonable doubt in court, then we have no business

Rosenstein, a few weeks back ...

"The guidance I always gave my prosecutors and the agents that I worked with during my tenure on the front lines of law enforcement was: If we aren't prepared to prove our case beyond a reasonable doubt in court, then we have no business making allegations against American citizens," Rosenstein said during a question and answer session at a Washington think tank, the Center for Strategic and International Studies."


Now ... whatever was sent to the Congress, is inevitably would involve 'allegations', would it not?

If I'm the Dems, and I don't get the real, whole report, and I mean FAST, I'm hauling in Rosenstein while he'll still at the DoJ, and asking him EXACTLY how far does he imagine the DoJ's imprimatur to make decisions like this extends?

Does it mean ... We can imply to Congress in a public letter that basically 'no evidence of collusion was found', even though, in reality, DoJ has actually decided that 'not enough evidence to convict' ... was found ... and you're just not telling Congress, because, after all, you have 'no business' if you're not taking it to court?

Trying to find a positive in this freakin' morass ...

It's FITZMAS, Y'all! Ready for Pardons all around, for everyone? Manafort, Cohen, Flynn, etc?

Gotta pretty good feeling that's what's coming next.

Well, maybe not Cohen, but everyone else who's not already served their time, who DIDN'T sellout the Mob Boss.

OOOOOORRRRR ... Barr is basically full of shit, and this ISN'T really what the Mueller Report says

We (the public, Congressional Dems, etc) literally have absolutely no way of determining that at this point.

We're going to need to press for seeing the whole thing.

And let's see if Mueller, once he steps down, feels comfortable with this characterization of his work.

wilco - california stars (live-1998-farm aid) lyrics by woody guthrie

A Rollicking Performance ... Three Chords and the Truth, Baby!

Also, RIP Jay ...

Luis Fonsi/Daddy Yankee - Despacito - The Worlds Most Popular Music Video

And it's not really even close, this blows away the next challenger (Ed Sheeran - Shape of You) by almost 2,000,000,000 views ...

Tell me you'd have guessed this if you'd been asked what the most popular music video of all time was?

Would you have thought it'd be a song that's sung ... in English?

If so, you'd be wrong!

Coming in at a mind-blowing 6,070,948,171 views ... this catchy little ditty ...

counting crows - goodnight elizabeth (live, guessing ... 1996? SF) a f***ing stunning version

of one o' my all time favorite songs.

To be able to pull off literally the same 3 chords (which I know cause I've played and sang it like 1M times) ... for 7 straight minutes, and have it be this great, and this moving ... is a serious gift. Adam just kills it on this ... if you're not a Crows fan you've probably never heard it, but it's easily one of their greatest songs ...

the alarm - walk forever by my side (studio - 1986) ... one of the most beautiful songs ever

Just a man and his piano (okay, and maybe a small horn section) ... oh yeah, this was definitely on my wedding night playlist ... it's the Welsh 'Have a Little Faith In Me' ... which was also on the playlist

the alarm - love don't come easy (studio - 1989)

Speaking of bands that should've been bigger than they were ... this whole record is freaking great (it's masterfully produced by a studio legend, Tony Visconti), and did have one minor hit (Sold Me Down the River), but ... The Alarm deserved to be bigger than they were. They were amazing live, too ...

This is one o' my all-time fave songs ...

energy orchard - belfast (studio - 1990) ... yeah, it's total U2 and Simple Minds

... but it's a pretty kickass freaking song, immaculately produced, and sounds phenomenal really loud ... which I highly recommend

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