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Merry Christmas

All Is Well


Early morning snark from Susan Simpson:

Best reply so far:

For some reason, the idea that Donald Trump is leading a charge on anything reminds me of the Walker Brigade from an SNL skit.


Speaking of SNL skits, this one is for BiFF who is cooking dinner today:

9 Responses

  1. Merry Christmas, RD!

    This is another one of those artificial divisions that was created by the buffoon and amplified by Trumptards and the media. Did you see WAPO’s Jenna article quoting some trump voter blaming the Muslims, Hindus, and Buddhists for this ‘Happy Holidays’ v. ‘Merry Christmas’ phenomenon? Buddhists?!! Why do journalists give publicity to such people? And why don’t they find and include Buddhists or Hindus or Muslims quotes countering that? Because have we seen protests from these groups of people about this? No. I don’t think they care one way or another. Personally, I would tell that trump voter, I would not wish her merry Christmas, because I don’t think she is christian.

    I grew up with a neighbor in India who was a Christian (albeit converted from generations before like most are in India). He was a widower and his daughter (already an adult by my childhood) would put up a little tree in the corner and invite us and give us biscuits. He had a maid who was a Christian also. When he died and his daughter moved away, we gave the maid a job in our house. She was like family for us and my mom very much appreciated her being into cleanliness and other ideas like not stealing stuff. Her name was Chandramma (moon woman) and my parents helped her break the cycle by sending her daughter to school (I remember tutoring her who was about 5 or so years younger) and getting out of cleaning houses business. The daugheter’s name was Jospina (a corrupted version of Josephine).

  2. Meri Kurisumasu!

  3. “Who ordered the Kyouko?”

  4. Because cuteness:

  5. “They see me rollin’/They be hatin’…”

  6. Let it go, kid, let it go… 😆

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