Open thread for Sunday, July 31st: ‘November Spawned a Monster’
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Now that the conventions are over and Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are officially the nominees I cannot help but feel that no matter which candidate wins the election that November will spawn a monster.
So here is Morrissey singing “November Spawned a Monster” live from 1991. This song has nothing to do with politics, it is about a disabled person longing to be loved but I think the title is apropos to how I feel about this election so I decided to share it this week.
Morrissey sings about dejection, rejection, loneliness, and about not being accepted and as you can see by this video he has a knack of connecting to his fans who probably feel the same way. To those who need comfort I would suggest a reading of Matthew 11:28: Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.