Sunday Open Thread

I hope that you are enjoying this weekend with family and friends.

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40 Responses to Sunday Open Thread

  1. rikyrah says:

    He’s behind the times. Folks have been there BEFORE the election, and totally are there since November 8th.

  2. rikyrah says:

    They control the WH, House and Senate.
    Dear, go look in the mirror.
    I see this is the new talking point.
    Accept responsibility, Dear.
    The problem is that they are sociopaths. The entire lot of them. And, the only plans they have are the ones of sociopaths. The plans that voters think sound crazy, because nobody rational REALLY wants to do them . But see, they actually do want the crazy shyt to be law. And now, they have to do it out in the open.

    • Ametia says:

      remember, trump said he could stand in the middle of 5th avenue or some such and shoot some body, and he’d still get folks votes.

      Having a white guy back in the white house is all that matters.

      So yeah, these folks love the LYING WHITE DOUCHBAG

    • Ametia says:

      LOL Those German got a true taste of Trump’s fuckery during Merkel’s visit.

      They know the difference between a true LEADER and an ignorant clown.

  3. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Happy Birthday, Ms. Diane Ross!

  4. Ametia says:

    Why Girls of Color Missing in America, is Never a Crisis, Because It’s a Problem We Can Guiltlessly Ignore

    Random notes on what being Black in America really entails
    There is an epidemic. The status has been escalated mainly due to the uproar on social media. Let’s face it — if we were still partying it up in 1999 — there would be no need to address the fact that 14 Black girls vanished within a 24-hour period.
    Sounds crazy, right?

    I mean just imagine how fucked up we would be if 14 White girls were declared missing without a trace.

    The entire country would be in lock down mode, as the search for answers devours our timelines with the urgency that should be assigned when a crisis rears its ugly head with no warning.
    It’s imaginable that girls of color will wander off into oblivion without much fanfare because that’s how we roll in the US of A. The value system warrants that only a percentage of us get the privilege of being mourned when we tragically exit against our will.

    • yahtzeebutterfly says:

      Thanks for posting this, Ametia. We need to keep the spotlight on these unsolved disappearances.

      So heartbreaking.

    • vitaminlover says:

      D.L. Hughley mentioned this on his radio show this past week. It is food for thought. I was always over protective of both my daughters and we live in a very quiet small town. However a creep can be anywhere and I always kept that in mind.

  5. Ametia says:

    Happy Sunday, Everyone

  6. rikyrah says:

    On my way to see Beauty and the Beast with Peanut 😄😄

    • yahtzeebutterfly says:


    • vitaminlover says:

      Was she at her house?

      • I think so. The home security camera caught it. Creepy mofo! I want to beat his ass.

      • What was he up to following that baby? He quickly backed off once she took out her phone. A get away car could have been waiting in the distance. Matthew Cherry said it was a total of 7 guys following her.

      • vitaminlover says:

        Sometimes I would catch flak from certain neighbors about not letting mine walk allover town, however, mine grew up safe and they are still having issues with their children now. I remember they would call and ask me if I had seen their children when they couldn’t find them. I’m thinking to myself, “why don’t you know where your children are?” and these were girls! shaking my head.

    • vitaminlover says:

      See this is why I would always be there to pick my girls up from school. No bus, nope, zip, zero, nada. My oldest rode the bus for 1 week and some other little girl took her doll, well thank God the bus driver made her give it back and a neighboring girl walked her to my mother’s house. Now it wasn’t like this but that did it for me. I found a way to always be there to pick my children up from school and get them to school. If it wasn’t me it was their dad or some family member I really trusted. We must protect our little ones and even the older ones.

      • vitaminlover says:

        Where were the other creeps?

      • I didn’t see them in the video. That’s what Matthew Cherry reported. Maybe the little girl said it was 7. You can see she is scared and looking back at the guy behind her and then she decides to take out her phone…and quickly he moves away. Dirty, creepy mofo.

  7. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning Everyone 😐😐😐

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