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Easing into the Christmas Spirit

Maybe I should be more concerned that Trump wants to restart the arms race, Kellyanne doesn’t know what the f%{* she’s talking about in her Rachel Maddow show interview, and the final vote counts show that Hillary solidly beat “Trump by almost 2.9 million votes, with 65,844,954 (48.2%) to his 62,979,879 (46.1%)”.  Ouch, that’s going to leave marks. He’s outnumbered everywhere there are more people than antelope. 

But I digress. 

Let’s do Christmas. Winter and Christmas music this am at The Confluence. Use this thread to comment on current events and wrap presents. 

Here’s my favorite rendition of Baby, It’s Cold Outside from Glee. Get your flirt on. 

Take that, North Carolina. 


13 Responses

  1. This one is for all of the geeks out there:

  2. Just got an email for a bioinformatics podcast on precision medicine. Is nothing sacred anymore??
    Adding it to my playlist. Should be a BLAST.

  3. That was wonderful.

    Merry Christmas everyone.

  4. Meri Kurisumasu!

    Mom and I are hosting a family Christmas dinner today, so don’t be surprised if I don’t drop in often today.

  5. Merry Christmas!

  6. Merry Christmas!

  7. Merry Christmas.
    I don’t know why the young’uns have decided that “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” is part of a rape culture.
    To me it’s always come off as post coital flirtation: he wants a second go round and she’s thinking about it.
    I guess it violates some idea of consent, but I think the couple are having fun.

  8. Merry Christmas.

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