Tales From The Drop Box Episode 182 (2020-30) The Pandemic/BLM/Vote Trump Out/ Episodes

We are still in a pandemic. America should have it under control by now. We should, as a nation, have a plan. Public safety is not a violation of your individual rights. Public safety keeps us all safe. While you certainly do have an individual right to be an idiot, your individual rights do not exceed mine. I have a right to be safe. So, as you consider the next 4 years, think about those you love, those who have died needlessly from an abject lack of competence and leadership, and do the right thing for all of us – vote for someone who is not an idiot. Vote out the idiots enablers. Stop watching Fox News. Wear a mask and keep your distance, eh? It’s simple.

As for the tunes, you know that Tales From the Drop Box has got you more than covered. So rather than belabor the obvious i.e. turn up the volume as this one is bit of an uptempo affair and have a blast, here is this week’s episode …

Here is what you will find in Tales From The Drop Box Episode 182:

  1. Girl Friday – “Earthquake” (Androgynous Mary)
  2. Disheveled Cuss – “Wanna Be My Friend” (Disheveled Cuss)
  3. The Blinders – “From Nothing To Abundance” (Fantasies Of A Stay At Home Psychopath)
  4. Mando Diao – “All The People” (All The People EP)
  5. The Howl & The Hum – “Love You Like A Gun” (Human Contact)
  6. The Sonic Dawn – “Loose Ends” (Enter The Mirage)
  7. Slotface – “Murder On The Dancefloor” (The Slumber Tapes)
  8. The Dirty Truckers – “Arms Length” (Second Dose)
  9. Devon Kay & The Solutions – “In A Prairie State” (Limited Joy)
  10. We Versus The Shark – No Negative Space Rules Forever” (Goodbye Guitar)
  11. The Bouncing Souls – “Highway Kings” (Highway Kings)
  12. Emily & The Blackouts – “Domino” (Emily & The Blackouts)
  13. Takers & Users – “The Town That Committed Suicide” (Tales Of This Town)
  14. The Clash – “White Riot” (The Clash)
  15. Current Affairs – “Draw The line” (Object & Subject)
Tales From The Drop Box Episode 182 (2020-30)

Oh, I love you like a gun loves the bullet right before it’s gone . . .Sitting here drinking again…Thinking back on how simple it used to be. Can it ever be that way again?

KFR

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