Wednesday Open Thread | Christmas Jams 2018

Someday at Christmas is a Christmas album by Stevie Wonder, released on November 27th, 1967 under Motown Records. It was his eighth studio album release. It would also be re-released in 1978 with different cover art and different Catalog number (Original 1967 catalog: T-281, 1978 reissue: T7-362 R1). It would again be re-released as part of Universal Music‘s Christmas Edition of their successful 20th Century Masters series in 2003 with additional tracks.

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83 Responses to Wednesday Open Thread | Christmas Jams 2018

  1. Ametia says:

    Don’t start NONE, won’t be NONE

  2. Ametia says:


    Folks Are Telling Forever 21 That Ain’t Our King After White Model Appears In ‘Wakanda Forever’ Sweater Ad——-Somebody call M’Baku.

  3. Ametia says:

    Please, I don’t have any kudos for GOP & Dems reaching bi-partisan agreement on anything.

    They’re getting paid to do their jobs for American people who voted for their asses.

    • majiir says:

      Just the thought that Sessions is planning to run for the U.S. Senate again makes me sick to my stomach. He doesn’t belong in any political position because he knows he’s a racist , an Islamaphobe, loves to stick his nose in women’s lady parts, loves to deny our LGBTQ citizens their constitutional rights, is not even close to being a patriot, is a corporate shill, and is a bigot who will use his political power to oppress some of our citizens. He’s 71 years old and should be spending time with his wife and grand-kids. Hell, I retired at 56, and I’m enjoying my retirement to the max. I planned it that way. There was no way I planned to be working at 70 years of age.

  4. rikyrah says:

    Actual end of Flynn’s work for Turkey difficult to assess

    Although Judge Emmet Sullivan expressed contrition for suggesting that Michael Flynn was still an agent of Turkey while he was Trump national security adviser, Julia Ainsley, national security and justice reporter for NBC News, talks with Rachel Maddow about why he may have been correct.

  5. rikyrah says:

    Judge shocks court with harsh rebuke of Flynn; sentencing delayed

    Rachel Maddow reads highlights from the surprising sentencing hearing for disgraced Trump NSA Mike Flynn which did not actually end in a sentencing when Judge Emmet Sullivan seemed particularly upset with Flynn’s offenses.

  6. rikyrah says:

    Enemies Within: How Russia Continues to Successfully Infiltrate the Far-Left


    I think about these ten months a lot. With every new revelation about the Russian influence campaign such as yesterday’s New York Times article, it makes me realize just how successful that campaign was. Think about it this way: a Russian citizen could cause a random American white dude in his mid-20s to go online and bully and intimidate one of his fellow citizens simply because someone said something about his candidate that he didn’t agree with. That is true psychological warfare at its finest. Russia identified susceptible individuals, planted an idea, provided a target, and then directed the masses to engage these individuals in a way to silence them. They made not have used weapons but they did use words to intimidate and threaten American citizens. The Russians knew exactly who they wanted to reach and knew that Bernie Sanders’ supporters had the needed levels of toxic masculinity needed to openly harass women and people of color.


    This battle is personal to me. Not simply because of the death threats I received but because of the fact that this war is not over. I’m a straight, white male so I’m pre-programmed to laugh off the keyboard warriors. But this Russian influence continues to permeate throughout the far left even today. From Justice Democrats to Our Revolution to the Young Turks, when you have so-called “progressive” media continue to demean and debase Hillary Clinton while simultaneously lifting up Bernie Sanders, you know the war is not over. When you have Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez threatening to primary Hakeem Jeffries in her own party, then you know the war is not over. When you see those on the far-left already lining up to attack Kamala Harris, Cory Booker, and Beto O’Rourke, you know the war is not over. And when you see the far-left to continue to insist that the whole “Russia thing” is not a big deal, you know the war is not over.

    In fact, the war is ongoing. Russia has seen how easily it can take advantage of deep racial and socio-economic divisions that have long existed in our country and they are more than willing to continue to exploit them. And the far-left is more than happy to go along. They have nothing to lose and don’t know enough to realize how interconnected we truly are. The typical BernieBro in his mid-20s cannot see how and why he should care about the refugee crisis on the southern border. He doesn’t see why he should care about women’s reproductive rights. He doesn’t see why he should care about the latest police killing of an unarmed man of color. All this BernieBro cares about is free universal health care and that the billionaires pay their fair share in taxes. Anything other than that is of none of his concern.

  7. Hey, Chicas!

    Jay broke his finger. He and another little boy at school were playing football and somehow Jay’s finger was bent back and broken. School nurse called and said she was sure it was broken because it started swelling immediately. His dad took him to Dr and it’s broken. Right before Christmas. 😢😢😢

  8. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning, Everyone 😄 😄😄

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