Sunday Open Thread

Have a Blessed Sunday, Everyone.

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About Ametia

I am a Spiritual traveler, a devoted wife, mother, sister, lover of dream study, reading, theater, music, dance, and thought-provoking discussions on love, life, humor and service.
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38 Responses to Sunday Open Thread

  1. eliihass says:

    There’s my forever wise, whip-smart, gorg historic FLOTUS..

    Still my absolute, absolute favorite person in the entire political, famous people realm…and beyond..

    Completely adore her..

    Here’s hoping she continues to be her magnificent, unspoiled greatness..

    And unless it’s absolutely, absolutely necessary, here’s hoping she passes on fighting anybody else’s battles..

    Nobody fought for her…and nobody staked any of their political capital, reputation, popularity, – and certainly, nobody staked their lives fighting for her…

    And here’s hoping she completely passes on getting forced to chime in on anything by anyone…and more importantly, by folks who completely disrespected, demeaned and trivialized her…and only remember her when they want to exploit her brilliant, compelling voice and awesome presence and popularity for their own agenda ..but otherwise, insist she’s ‘nobody’… ‘not qualified’..and ‘irrelevant’..

    She’s earned the right to enjoy her life to the fullest…and live it well ..and very happily…unencumbered by other people and their agenda..

    May God continue to bless, guide, guard, defend and protect her and her family..

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  2. Check your email, ladies

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    • Liza says:

      Y’all, it is really getting to be too much, just too damn much. Now they’re staging stunts at NFL games for their racist supporters.

      Pence should be required to reimburse the taxpayers.

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  4. Black people are not going to accept injustice, racism or police brutality. We will #TakeAKnee ’til free.

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  8. rikyrah says:

    new gif

    When I tell you that she doesn’t have time for YOUR FOOLISHNESS…

    BWA HA AH AH HA HA HA HA

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  12. rikyrah says:

    UH HUH

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  14. rikyrah says:

    I bought it on Amazon. Not even $1.50.

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  15. rikyrah says:

    good

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  17. rikyrah says:

    BWA HA HA HA AH HA

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  19. rikyrah says:

    But the Mayor of San Juan is ‘ posturing’

    Uh huh
    Uh huh

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  20. rikyrah says:

    The Trump-Russia dossier: why its findings grow more significant by the day

    As US officials investigate potential collusion between Trump and Moscow, the series of reports by the former UK intelligence official Christopher Steele are casting an ever darker shadow over the president
    Saturday 7 October 2017 09.41 EDT

    Nine months after its first appearance, the set of intelligence reports known as the Steele dossier, one of the most explosive documents in modern political history, is still hanging over Washington, casting a shadow over the Trump administration that has only grown darker as time has gone by.

    It was reported this week that the document’s author, former British intelligence official, Christopher Steele, has been interviewed by investigators working for the special counsel on Russian interference in the 2016 election.

    The Senate and House intelligence committees are, meanwhile, asking to see Steele to make up their own mind about his findings. The ranking Democrat on the House committee, Adam Schiff, said that the dossier was “a very important and useful guide to help us figure out what we need to look into”.

    The fact that Steele’s reports are being taken seriously after lengthy scrutiny by federal and congressional investigators has far-reaching implications.

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  21. rikyrah says:

    Then leave, muthaphucka.

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  23. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    ‘Cowgirls of Color’ break barriers to compete in typically white, male
    rodeohttps://img.washingtonpost.com/rf/image_1484w/2010-2019/WashingtonPost/2017/09/23/Others/Images/2017-09-22/BSmd-cowgirls-color-p1-davis.JPG?uuid=nyD-Tp-_Eeeyp7xwtvmAiQ
    Caption from articleBrittaney Logan, 30, of Upper Marlboro, left, and Takia Gaylord, 31, of Baltimore City, right, practice the baton relay at Kings Landing Park. The all-black female cowgirl squad, Cowgirls of Color, practices in Calvert County with their coach, Ray Charles Lockamy. The team competed in the Bill Pickett rodeo in Upper Marlboro on Sept. 23. (Amy Davis/Baltimore Sun)

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  24. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    I still am thinking about Michelle Obama after listening to her interview with Shonda Rhimes. I love Michelle Obama and her caring and her wisdom. She gives so much of herself to help others!!!

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  25. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone 😐😐😐

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  26. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Happy Birthday, Ruby Bridges. Thank you for all of your contributions and advocacy.

    From Wikipedia:

    She is now chair of the Ruby Bridges Foundation, which she formed in 1999 to promote “the values of tolerance, respect, and appreciation of all differences”. Describing the mission of the group, she says, “racism is a grown-up disease and we must stop using our children to spread it.”

    “Civil Rights Pioneer on First-Grade Teacher: “She Showed Me Her Heart” | Where Are They Now | OWN”

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  27. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Ruby Bridges was born on this day, October 8, 1954.


    From Wikipedia:

    In early 1960, Bridges was one of six black children in New Orleans to pass the test that determined whether they could go to the all-white school, William Frantz Elementary. Two of the six decided to stay at their old school, Bridges went to a school by herself, and three children were transferred to McDonogh No. 19 and became known as the McDonogh Three. Bridges and her mother were escorted to school by four federal marshals during the first year Bridges attended William Frantz Elementary.

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    • Liza says:

      Definitely one of the most iconic pictures of the 20th century, little Ruby Bridges going to school with Federal marshals. And she is so adorable, all dressed up, carrying her book satchel.

      A very brave little girl.

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  28. yahtzeebutterfly says:

    Good Morning to all of you :)

    Ametia, thanks for posting Michelle Obama’s interview. It is super!

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