“A heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others.” – Frank Morgan
I don’t know what there is to not love about Elon Musk. He’s innovative, highly intelligent, good looking, gives a crap about our planet and about the well being of others.
Sure, he’s gotten flack in the news for doing some pretty “out there” stuff, but when he dies, that stuff won’t be remembered. He’ll just go down in history as having revolutionized the car and solar panel industry as well as being that crazy motherf***er that smoked weed with Joe Rogan. And that’s not a bad way to go out.
If those things weren’t enough reason to love (or at least respect) the man, consider what he is currently doing with over 1,000 medical-grade ventilators for hospitals in California.
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With COVID-19 being in full-swing across the globe, most people (or at least most sane people) have committed to staying quarantined or practicing social distancing.
Normally, this could be an incredibly isolating feeling, but thanks to technology and live streaming, we can still do things like employ virtual classrooms for our children or still talk to loved ones over Zoom or FaceTime. Hell, we can even do virtual workout classes in the comfort of our home.
But of all the things that really connect mankind and give us a sense of relief and harmony is music.
Luckily, hundreds of musical artists are live streaming live through their computers to give viewers a sense of normalcy and hope during very scary times.
Watch as Ringo Starr of the Beatles and musicians from 5 continents play “The Weight” by The Band. It’ll tug on your heart strings and make you feel not quite so alone.
On the Couch – SNL
An R&B song about men (The Weeknd, Kenan Thompson, Chris Redd) sleeping on the couch instead of in bed with their lovers.