I've read the word so many times, not ever taking it seriously because the weight, shape and color of the word is so light, soft around the edges and pastel colored.
I read up on the meaning:
A filibuster is a type of parliamentary procedure where debate is extended, allowing one or more members to delay or entirely prevent a vote on a given proposal. It is sometimes referred to as talking out a bill, and characterized as a form of obstruction in a legislature or other decision-making body.
TALKING OUT A BILL. DELAY OR ENTIRELY PREVENT A VOTE ON A GIVEN PROPOSAL.
My life is an endless chain of filibusters presented to me primarily by my two younger children. They'll talk talk talk themselves out of most situations.
I know I'm doing them a huge disfavor by meeting their demands, the world will not be as co-operative.
Or perhaps they'll filibuster their way to the political top. Would not surprise me in the least.