Wednesday, December 10, 2008

WTF Wednesday

Today and henceforth Wednesdays shall be named...WTF WEDNESDAY!!!!!

There is no set subject. Anything that is on your mind. It is an open forum where the first lines of each comment start with that could mean what the frick, where the frick, why the frick, who the frick, etc., but each comment should start with WTF.

Have fun and keep it as clean as possible, fam.

Have a fantastic day!

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

At 11:00:35PM, it was called...




for those of you whose support he did not yet earn, or did not vote for him...he is still your president.

Let us not forget this moment in history and remain vigilant in holding those people that represent us accountable. The work is not done, it is just the beginning.


Wednesday, October 22, 2008

WTF Wednesday...The Return (Again)!

Today and henceforth Wednesdays shall be named...WTF WEDNESDAY!!!!!

There is no set subject. Anything that is on your mind. It is an open forum where the first lines of each comment start with that could mean what the frick, where the frick, why the frick, who the frick, etc., but each comment should start with WTF.

Have fun and keep it as clean as possible, fam.

Have a fantastic day!

Friday, October 17, 2008

Could it be any more offensive?

The October newsletter went out to about 200 members of the Chaffey Community Republican Women, Federated, based in Upland.

"I apologize to anyone who was offended because that was not my intent," said club President Diane Fedele. "It was poor judgment on my part. It was strictly an attempt to point out the outrageousness of Obama's statement that he doesn't look like all those other presidents on the dollar bills."

The typical non-apology, apology!

This must be addressed with action!

The easiest thing to do would be to get angry and do nothing, the important thing to do is to VOTE!

This has been my Public Service Announcement!

The full article is here.

Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The Smack Down

If you didn't get an opportunity to hear about the drama on the view yesterday, let me give you a glimpse.

Sherri gave Elisabeth "da bizness" and exposed the elephant in the room relating to John McCain's judgment and passion for his first wife.

You Go Girl!

Since it was spoken on a huge national tv show by a supporter representing her own personal views and not as an official spokesperson of the Obama campaign, it can't be spun to come back on him.

I was waiting to see how long it would take for someone to speak on it.

Sorry, y'all.

I just McCain't do it!

Obama/Biden '08

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Now introducing...


I'm sure that the addition of another pet into our home is no surprise to any reader that's been on my blog.

There is a far more detailed account of how we got her over here

Have a fantastic day and most importantly...


Thursday, September 25, 2008

Happy Birthday, LO!!!

Please join in with me to wish Lolita a happy birthday.

Have a fantastic day!

Sunday, August 17, 2008

It's been a long time...

I shouldn'ta left you without a dope beat ta step to.

Thank you all for the emails and drop by notes to check in on a brotha.

All is well in Wonderland, Ohio.

Be back soon!!

Peace and Blessings to all of you!!!

Wednesday, June 18, 2008

WTF Wednesday

Keeping in line with the "theme days" so that I don't drain all of my reserve tank dry from working on book projects, recruiting, and blogging, there shall be another instituted theme day. Today and henceforth Wednesdays shall be named...WTF WEDNESDAY!!!!!

There is no set subject. Anything that is on your mind. It is an open forum where the first lines of each comment start with that could mean what the frick, where the frick, why the frick, who the frick, etc., but each comment should start with WTF.

Have fun and keep it as clean as possible, fam.

Have a fantastic day!

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Why We (Repost)

I thought this was funny and obviously written by a clueless person. I'll post it for the purpose of getting some male and female feedback. Personally I think it's extremely lopsided.

What do y'alls think?

Guys cry because...

1. Girls screw them over...
2. They just got hit in the balls...
3. They're about to die...
4. Their heart is broken...
5. Because they are true men.

GIRLS: If you see a guy crying, hug him close and hold him up as he gets over the pain of getting kicked in the nuts. Tell him he's not going to die, and if he's crying over a girl...hug him and kiss him and let him know you won't screw him over and break his heart like the last girl did. Guys just want to know that our girls will be there for us to support us when we need them and help us get our mind off the pain of heartbreak, getting kicked in the balls, and knowing we're gonna die.

Girls cry because...

1. They're sad...
2. They're scared...
3. They're nervous...
4. They're frustrated...
5. They're missing someone...
6. They're alone...
7. They're PMSing...
8. They're pregnant...
9. Their heart is broken...
10. They're in love...
11. Their souls have been torn...
13. They fell in love with a boy...
14. They hurt so bad inside...
15. They're mad...
16. Something bad happened...
18. Because they got hit in the chest.

BOYS: If any girl you know is crying and you see them, don't just stand there and say you're sorry. Hold them and tell them everything will be okay, even if you have no idea what is wrong with them. Girls just want to be held and know that someone cares about them.

Monday, June 16, 2008

Man's best friend...


Milo and Lucky

I am still shocked at how close I am with dogs. During the majority of my life, I have been a fan of cats.

Interestingly enough, over the last couple of years, I have become quite fond of the bond between a dog and his master.

It probably intensified when I got close to "Lucy" from hanging out at Cortney Gee's place and kennels. She was the first dog that I fell in love with.

Now I co-own 5 beautiful dogs and think "I finally get it"

To the people that don't own or like pets, let me tell you, there is nothing like the bond between unconditional love from your pet and you.

This has been my personal Public Service Announcement!

Saturday, June 14, 2008

My Journalistic Hero has passed...

Yesterday I was too stunned to blog about Tim Russert.

He was an incredibly gifted man whose presence will be missed in our home every single Sunday, without fail.

I looked at him as a guide to something that I aspire to be...The Ultimate Information Broker

My prayers go out to all that are impacted by his passing.

Friday, June 13, 2008

Pot Luck Friday...the return

Dis shole duz look good!

This forum is officially a smash hit. I am excited to present once again POT LUCK FRIDAY.

What I would like to do is get some feed back from some non blogging readers or some bloggers that don't have the time to blog right now. An open forum, if you will. Anything and everything in love, life, the world(personal or global), or whatever.

There is no topic off limits! I know that relationship posts are common but be more specific. What element of the relationships? Finding one, keeping one, how to get out of one..all are up for discussion and friendly debate.

I am an information junkie! Garbage in--garbage out! But, I still like to process information. So, I'd like to try to start a day where the readers are in control of every single question, we take the comment that is posted right before you, answer their comment question, then post your own question for the next person. We can discuss it in a civil manner. If it goes well, then it could be really fun. I must exercise more moderation on the personal topics comments. I got a few emails from some participants and I must agree that some of the comments were hurtful and should be handled off line...privately. Let's have fun and keep it relatively clean...please---thank you.

Have a fantastic weekend and let's come up with some great questions to kick around the campfire!

So without further delay.....who is up for the challenge, part 25?

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

In case you didn't know...

History has been and is being made.

With that said, let me present to some and introduce to others

The 44th President of the United States.

President Barack Obama & First Lady Michelle Obama

Enjoy your day, fam!

Thursday, May 15, 2008

There just has to be a sucker...

born every second.

I'm amazed that the individuals that send out the money order, bank fraud scam can be so creative.

Here's the newest installment from the land of tricksters.

From Mrs Anita Adams
N [38 Rue Des Martyrs Cocody
Abidjan,Cote d'Ivoire


I am the above named person from Kuwait. I am married to Mr Adams Johnson,
who worked with Kuwait embassy in Ivory Coast for nine years before he died
in the year 2004. We were married for eleven years without a child. He died
after a brief illness that lasted for only four days.

Before his death we were both born again Christian. Since his death I
decided not to remarry or get a child outside my matrimonial home which the
Bible is against. When my late husband was alive he deposited the sum of
$2. 5 Million (Two Million Five Hundred U.S. Dollars) in the bank here in
Abidjan in suspense account.

Presently, the fund is still with the bank. Recently, my Doctor told me
that i have serious sickness which is cancer problem. The one that disturbs
me most is my stroke sickness. Having known my condition I decided to
donate this fund to a church or individual that will utilize this money the
way I am going to instruct herein. I want a church that will use this fund
for orphanages, widows, propagating the word of God and to endeavour that
the house of God is maintained.

The Bible made us to understand that blessed is the hand that giveth. I
took this decision because I don’t have any child that will inherit this
money and my husband relatives are not Christians and I don’t want my
husband’s efforts to be used by unbelievers. I don’t want a situation where
this money will be used in an ungodly way. This is why I am taking this
decision. I am not afraid of death hence i know where I am going. I know
that I am going to be in the bosom of the Lord. Exodus 14 VS 14 says that
the Lord will fight my case and I shall hold my peace.

I don’t need any telephone communication in this regard because of my
health hence the presence of my husband’s relatives is around me always I
don't want them to know about this development. With God all things are
possible. As soon as I receive your reply I shall give you the contact of
the bank here in Abidjan. I want you and the church to always pray for me
because the Lord is my shepherd. My happiness is that I lived a life of a
worthy Christian. Whoever that wants to serve the Lord must serve him in
spirit and Truth. Please always be prayerful all through your life.

Contact me on the above e-mail address for more information’s, any delay in
your reply will give me room in sourcing another church or individual for
this same purpose. Please assure me that you will act accordingly as I
Stated herein. Hoping to receive your

Remain blessed in the Lord.
Yours in Christ,
Mrs Anita Adams

Now maybe it's just me, but trying to use God in this manner really pisses me off.

Please be careful, fam.

This has been my Public Service Announcement!

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

The return of WTF Wednesdays...again!

Keeping in line with the "theme days" so that I don't drain all of my reserve tank dry from working on book projects, recruiting, and blogging, there shall be another instituted theme day. Today and henceforth Wednesdays shall be named...WTF WEDNESDAY!!!!!

There is no set subject. Anything that is on your mind. It is an open forum where the first lines of each comment start with that could mean what the frick, where the frick, why the frick, who the frick, etc., but each comment should start with WTF.

Have fun and keep it as clean as possible, fam.

Have a fantastic day!

Friday, May 2, 2008

Some very talented person...

created this piece of work.

I'm impressed.

Have a great weekend, fam.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Two of my favorite

topics are science fiction and politics.

Some very creative person combined those things into a wonderful video.

I hope you enjoy as much as I did.

Have a great day!

Friday, April 11, 2008

My guilty pleasure has always...

been Janet Jackson.


Have a fantastic weekend, fam.

Stay informed and question everything you see on the Main stream media outlets.

Wednesday, April 9, 2008

The return of WTF Wednesdays

Keeping in line with the "theme days" so that I don't drain all of my reserve tank dry from working on book projects, recruiting, and blogging, there shall be another instituted theme day. Today and henceforth Wednesdays shall be named...WTF WEDNESDAY!!!!!

There is no set subject. Anything that is on your mind. It is an open forum where the first lines of each comment start with that could mean what the frick, where the frick, why the frick, who the frick, etc., but each comment should start with WTF.

Have fun and keep it as clean as possible, fam.

Have a fantastic day!

Tuesday, April 8, 2008

I really like...

this video.

It's no secret who I would like to see as the next President of the United States.

Looks like I am not alone.


Thursday, April 3, 2008

And then there was none...

Security that is...

What the hell?

40 years ago, a great man named Dr. Martin Luther King was killed.

Im' just sayin'

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Maybe this was supposed to be...

a Clinton campaign April Fools Day joke.

NY Times:Clinton Says She Raised ‘Yellow Caution Flag’ on Nafta

I'm just sayin'

Have a fantastic day, fam!

Monday, March 31, 2008

ahhhh..the good ol' days of cartoons...

who knew?

This has been my Public Service Announcement!

Sunday, March 30, 2008

And the truth shall set you free...

This picture is so on point that I elected to use it again.

As an information broker, I must excercise my right to provide you with details that the MSM will not actively pursue.

Here ya go with a little more insight on the campaigning of HRC.

part 1

part 2

Since I didn't want to use a biased media source for the link, here is the New York Times article:Fund-Raiser Reappears as Critic.

This has been my Public Service Announcement.

And They Say There's No Reason for Blacks to be Angry...

Have you lost your fucking mind?

I know that the speech given by Sen Barack Obama was a powerful one. It has also been addressed by Sec of State Condoleeza Rice.

Sometimes I reflect on the injustices and I become an "Angry Black Man"...I'm just sayin'

Does that make me un-American or un-Patriotic?

Photos courtesy of Jim Crow Museum at Ferris State University.

Friday, March 21, 2008

What a difference a few more seconds make...

I love the internet. I truly do. Where else can a person give life to a story and within 24 hours, millions of people around the world can have access to the same piece of information.

I feel compelled to share with you a tad bit more of the extremely controversial MSM video not seen of Pastor Wright

With all this information at our disposal, let's not be led like sheep.

This is my public service announcement!

Happy Resurrection Day!

Saturday, March 8, 2008

A Picture Says Millions of Words

I found this picture over at The Huffington Post and I absolutely love it.

It's very clear to me that Sen Barack Obama doesn't want to engage in the same type of political tactics as his democratic opponent HRC. As I am not a paid member of the campaign, I am capable of expressing myself however I choose. Yet, I will not call HRC out of her name, I will not diminish the accomplishments of her tenure in public office, I will not give in to my personal feelings on her campaign spins, instead I will only become an information broker and allow readers to draw their own conclusions.

I'm still awaiting a very public apology from Mainstream Media and HRC regarding the NAFTA Gate accusations to Sen Barack Obama, since the Canadian Government has already exonerated him and his advisor. Having multiple witnesses to support a call being made to a Canadian official from the HRC campaign, not Mr. Obama's has to be publicly acknowledged. There was no mistake at the damages caused by the MSM(mainstream media)attention to the matter. Sweeping the updated version under the rug, without giving it the immeasurable attention the negative story well questionable for lack of a better word.

here's an excerpt:
"Mr Brodie ... stopped to chat with several journalists, and was surrounded by a group from CTV.... The conversation turned to the pledges to renegotiate the North American free-trade agreement made by the two Democratic contenders, Mr Obama and New York Senator Hillary Clinton.

Mr Brodie, apparently seeking to play down the potential impact on Canada, told the reporters the threat was not serious, and that someone from Ms Clinton's campaign had even contacted Canadian diplomats to tell them not to worry because the Nafta threats were mostly political posturing."

According to this story in The Globe and Mail which is the equivalent to the AP in the U.S.

Another point of reference the 140 pardons granted by President Clinton on the last day of his term.

Here's another interesting excerpt:
"Former president Clinton issued 140 pardons on his last day in office, including several to controversial figures, such as commodities trader Rich, then a fugitive on tax evasion charges. Rich's ex-wife, Denise, contributed $2,000 in 1999 to Hillary Clinton's Senate campaign; $5,000 to a related political action committee; and $450,000 to a fund set up to build the Clinton library.

The president also pardoned two men who each paid Sen. Clinton's brother, Hugh Rodham, about $200,000 to lobby the White House for pardons — one for a drug conviction and one for mail fraud and perjury convictions, according to a 2002 report by the House committee on government reform. After the payments came to light, Bill Clinton issued a statement: "Neither Hillary nor I had any knowledge of such payments," the report said.

The pardon records released by the library divulge little that might settle debate about those and other pardons. But they do shed new light on the volume of clemency requests that former president Clinton received — and the pressures he and his staff faced as friends, advisers, political leaders and foreign heads of state weighed in to influence which petitions would be granted."

Courtesy of the USA Today: Clinton-papers release blocked

Maybe I'm not understanding the favors and money thing as being highly ethical.

This has been my (information brokering)Public Service Announcement.

Friday, March 7, 2008

Mannnnn, this some BS!

Yeah, I said it. This is some BULLSHIT!! I know I'm not crazy.

I know that people are excited about the political process as evidenced in the primary and caucus turn-outs. I'm thrilled to be part of the History in the making cliche. A woman breaking the glass ceiling. A black man being counted more than 3/5. Fantastic. A true reason to be proud of my country.

I have certainly made my candidate choice very clear, yet I still tell my friends and family to make the decision just to vote. I will correct an error when I hear it regarding a political position of Sen Barack Obama, but I don't try to force my opinion on anyone.

At this point, I am now very disappointed with the lack of apology extended to Sen Barack Obama by the mainstream news and media outlets. Frankly, I'm going to sum it up like this.

No major attention has been directed at CLINTONS TIED TO REZKO story. A story that would have taken some of the steam out of the Clinton machine attacks on Obama perfectly timed before a huge Super Tuesday II primary. Nor has mainstream media covered the even larger story regarding 'NAFTAgate' began with remark from Harper's chief of staff. Directly stating that a call came in from a member of the Clinton campaign and was flipped to reflect an Obama campaign advisor(by mistake of course). WTF?!

Look at how the story was reported on the New York Times: Canadian Leader on Obama Leak...where is the rest of the story? Where is the apology? Why is it buried halfway down the page? Where the fuck is the rest of the information? They aren't the only major paper or news source to keep it buried either. The coverage on this story is a shameful mockery of justice. I don't give two shits about intra party debating. In fact, I encourage it. This just shows what spin HRC and her campaign are capable of. Fuck 'em! Seriously!!

I hope they fix this and fix it soon.

The only place I saw some decent coverage was MSNBC: CLINTON'S NAFTA-GATE? . Hardly on the front page, high priority list, but at least it was there.

This is my public service announcement!

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Get the votes and the money, nothing else matters...

I have made my preference to see Senator Barack Obama become the next President of the United States quite well known. Other than volunteering for the ground support and getting all my friends to vote early and make mad phone calls for the campaign, I do occasionally write a blog post about it.

I have watched the Clinton Campaign speak about all the judgements they made and the experience downplay of Senator Barack Obama. It is a little known fact that the Clinton's(Bill and Hillary) went against the grain regarding clemency procedures for FALN prisoners. Surprisingly, 1999 marked a great year of Hispanic Support for the Sen Hillary Clinton's 2000 U.S. Senate run. The campaign is also under scrutiny because Sen. Clinton accepts donations from troubled firm and won't return the money like other politicians have done. When a campaign has lots of skeletons in their closet, it would be best to refrain from the mudslinging tactics.

The next time I see a commercial about who I'd like to see answering the "red phone" at 3AM, I'll be sure to think about The Clintons' Terror Pardons

I just hate the divisive tactics being used during this Democratic Nomination process.

Be informed and above all else, utilize your right to vote.

I'm just sayin'.

This is my Public Service Announcement.

Friday, February 29, 2008

Material for the ages...

If you were president of our country, would this be your legacy? Forever known for some of the best sound bite parodies in American History.

I don't think that's how I would want to go out.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

We're F*cked. A Film by Big Brother is Watching You

"The mind, once expanded to the dimensions of larger ideas, never returns to its original size."
- Oliver Wendell Holmes

Since I only posted the first three of a five part story on the Federal Reserve, I felt the need to post the last two.

Let me rectify that now.

Open your mind.

Related Post: what you don't know, can hurt you
Related Post: what you don't, know can hurt you extended

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

The Meta Effect

Books that talk about people writing books like Sex.Lies.Murder.Fame by Lolita Files or movies like Adaptation, a film that was supposed to be based on a novel by Susan Orlean, but ended up being a movie about a screenwriter (Charlie Kaufman) trying to write a movie about a book by Susan Orlean, seem to be a big part of pop culture and the entertainment world.

Apparently some fans take things quite literally as the Suspect who stabbed moviegoers in Fullerton at large has shown.

Hollywood is for entertainment, fam.

This is my Public Service Announcement.

Monday, February 25, 2008

DNA for dummies...

"History is full of ignominious getaways by the great and famous."
- George Orwell

I was not surprised to hear that there is discrimination going on in the workplace (potentially, of course) due to usage of DNA tests that show whether a person is genetically pre-disposed to some sort of condition. People are afraid and mistrusting of such sensitive information's final resting place. Most definitely for a damn good reason.

Is there any area of our lives that can't be disclosed? Are the kits that people purchase to promote anonymity protecting them? Who will step up stiffer penalties for companies found in default of these passed legislation?

I'm not certain of the answers to any of these questions. Just like I'm not certain that there is no federal entity collecting DNA samples for every newborn baby in the country, or every person's blood sample that enters a hospital or clinic.

With the lack of genuine concern from the government regarding our rights to have actual, factual information provided, is it too far out of the realm of possibilities that we are moving one step closer to________________?

Think about it and finish the question for yourself.

I'm reminded of a quote by the great Aldous Huxley:
"The spectacle of human beings reduced to automatism satisfies the lust for power. Looking at mechanized slaves, one fancies oneself a master."
Interesting, no? Insurance Fears Lead Many to Shun DNA Tests

Sunday, February 24, 2008


I just don't get this at all.

Just read it for yourself. Consider me a free information broker.

Please Click Here!


Update: Read the response from the Secret Service: Click Here!

To Divide and Conquer Divide...

I'm all for a democratic system of voting in a president, but come on. Is it just me or is Mr. Ralph Nader's rhetoric about representing the majority of America's concerns going to help or hinder the current Democratic Party's nominee race?

Does the insertion into a Presidential bid hurt Senator Barack Obama or help him? Perhaps the most affected candidate is Sen John McCain whose recent press in the For McCain, Self-Confidence on Ethics Poses Its Own Risk article could be a major blow to his aspiration of winning the general election. Although, it was barely mentioned, it may end up being the end of the road for Sen Hillary Clinton whose campaign is being destroyed by Senator Barack Obama. Sen Clinton's core group is migrating to Sen Obama's camp. Voters that aren't supporting the front runner should realize that Sen McCain is for another 100 years in Iraq and Ralph Nader doesn't have a snow balls chance in hell of winning an election.

So there is really only one clear choice.

Only time will tell.

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Because He'll Take His Legacy Any Way He Can Get It.

what you don't know...can hurt you(extended)

The desire to remain blissfully ignorant is a major assistance to those that want to keep us controlled.  Independent thinking is mostly construed as a negative to the masses and is immediately discounted as conspiracy. Oh, what fools we are to listen.

Now let me make this point very clear quickly.  I trust and believe in the Lord Jesus Christ as my personal saviour.  My faith is important to me.  

With that being said, I will post videos on topics wherein I will not share the same views or beliefs, but can appreciate the desire to create free thinkers.  One such video that seems to cause much angst is Zeitgeist the Movie. I watched all of the movie and pulled some valuable information out of it.  However, a person that is unable to have their absolute beliefs challenged should refrain from watching it.

I posted 3 of a 5 part story on the federal reserve that demands each of us be a little more informed about the impact other people have on our lives.

Please, please, please take the time to get and stay informed.

Be encouraged, be entertained but also be educated!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

a new reality tv show...

Hey, Y'all. I feel compelled to continue in this plight of sharing information with my blog fam.  I know that a lot of conversation around the watercooler surrounds what may have happened on American Idol, but your mind to another form of reality television.

In your own time, I encourage you to check out the Loose Change video. It's about 80 minutes long, so watch it when/if you have some time to spare.  Lots of questions are raised and the explanations given truly make it seem that the gubment thinks that we should believe whatever they say, without a second thought.

Now I'm not trying to get people too alarmed, but man, the stuff that we arebeing  told just doesn't add up.  Is it too far fetched to believe that there are people running this country that decide to do what the f*ck they want, when the f*ck they want, to whomever the f*ck they want...without consequence?

I just encourage you to be informed and use the information however you want. The "powers that be" might be setting things in motion that may change your way of life forever.

Be encouraged and be educated!

Peace and Love!

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

what you don't know...can hurt you.

For those of you that have been reading my blog, there has been a myriad of topics discussed. Entertainment, politics and current events happen to be favorites of mine. On occasion though, I am absolutely interested in sharing information with my blog family that should cause a deeper reflection on the world wherein we live.

I have an affinity for watching sci fi and futuristic shows that include using technology as a part of a way to be tracked or identified by the government. I recently posted the slightly humorous Pizza ordering post. The reality is that I was preparing you for some additional, subtle ways that your life could be affected.

Here's a piece of information that some of you may or may not have heard about. Did you know that there was already major steps being taken to make a new currency called the "amero"? it. I'm not going to link it.

The title of my blog represents my personal feelings. I am, after all an information seeker. I wish to share pieces of info with my blog family and allow for you to draw your own conclusions. Have you ever heard of terms like SPP, NAFTA super highway, N.orth A.merica U.nion or RFID? You should know what they represent. Arm yourselves with knowledge.

For additional information on this subject and others...Click here and follow as many links as you can comfortably handle.

Be entertained by the media outlets, but also be informed by staying in tune with legislation hitting Congress that will definitely impact your lives. Turn off a reality show every now and then, but be certain to turn on C Span or something.

Peace and love to you all!

Wednesday, February 13, 2008

My favorite Grammy winners!

Senator Barack Obama

Kanye West

I hate quoting car commercials, but "who could ask for anything more"?

Please enjoy the videos...I surely did!


Tuesday, February 12, 2008


What search engine do you use?

Is it the prayer or the puter?

What y'all say?

oh yeahhhhhhh...this is my 250th blog post!! YAYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY...I'm not a blogger baby anymore...(smile at know who you are)

Friday, February 8, 2008

Happy Friday! party ovah where??

I go through something I like to call "musical Tourette's".

Since, you stopped by, enjoy the randomness that is D.C.'s mind.

Friday, February 1, 2008

Ordering Pizza in the not too distant future

The quest to order a pizza should never be as difficult as this Click Here!!

Next time you call and make an order...Be very afraid!!!!


Lost Siblings Reunion Day!!

We interrupt your Friday blog hopping for this urgent news bulletin. No efforts have been spared in making dreams come true. Our investigations have uncovered yet more joyous siblings that were brought together by sheer chance.

Our mission statement is all about the family and we will never give up on helping the world.

I know that some of us have heard that we have a twin somewhere in the world. We may never get to see the person that has striking resemblance to our facial features. So we will try to dedicate various posts to bring loved ones together and reunite siblings that otherwise may not have ever had a chance to bond. Recent articles have proven that siblings can indeed meet, fall in love and marry. ewwwwwwww!

This is the philanthropic side of D.C. I know it's hard to believe but I must help save the world one set of siblings at a time.

For the next installment, we give you:

Thursday, January 31, 2008

Don't f*ck with my money or my food.

I had to post this video.

First time I saw it was at The Lo Zone.

*warning* do not drink while viewing.

Hope you enjoy!

Tuesday, January 29, 2008

The Lego Church...

I got this in an email a few days ago...I thought I would share it with my peeps.

A few quick facts:

How long to build it? It was about a year and a half of planning,

building and photographing.

How many pieces of LEGO to build it? more than 75,000

How big is it? About 7 feet by 5 1/2 feet by 30 inches

(2.2 m x 1.7 m x .76 m)

How many LEGO people does it seat? 1,372

How many windows? 3,976

I think it's pretty cool.

What do y'all think?

huh? wtf is all this about?

First let me say that I am a huge fan of the body of work that C.ruise has done. This expose on his faith is pretty deep.

I must say that this video is funny as hell though.

Happy Tuesday!

Thursday, January 24, 2008

How to eff up Dr. King's Dream Class 101

pimpalicious Mayor and his wife

Keepin in the theme of honoring Dr. King for MLK Week for me, I found out about this story. It's sad, but the reality is that a young, black mayor of a major city got caught up with an affair of his chief of staff and fired some folks when the pressure of being exposed was at its highest.  It may not seem like a way to honor the legacy, but it is.  Dr. King is honored in my eyes because of the opportunity presented.  How the opportunity is squandered is another story.

I'm certainly no saint, but just like the old sayin goes..."with great power, comes great responsibility"...

DETROIT (AP) — Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick exchanged romantic and sexually oriented text messages with a top aide, contradicting their denials in court that they had romantic ties, the Detroit Free Press reported.

The county prosecutor's office declined to comment on the legal implications of the report, first posted Wednesday on the Detroit Free Press' Web site. A conviction of lying under oath can bring up to 15 years' imprisonment.

Kilpatrick issued a statement Wednesday night saying the messages "reflect a very difficult period in my personal life."

Last summer, Kilpatrick and chief of staff Christine Beatty testified in a police whistleblower lawsuit and denied any sexual or romantic ties in 2002-03.

Mike Stefani, a lawyer for the officers, asked Beatty if she and Kilpatrick were "either romantically or intimately involved with each other" during the period covered by the case.

"No," she replied.

Stefani asked Kilpatrick if he was "romantically involved with Christine Beatty" in 2002-03.

"No," he replied.

At another point in his testimony, Kilpatrick expressed anger about claims of an affair between him and Beatty.

"I think it was pretty demoralizing to her — you have to know her — but it's demoralizing to me as well," the mayor said. "My mother is a congresswoman. There have always been strong women around me. My aunt is a state legislator. I think it's absurd to assert that every woman that works with a man is a whore.

"I think it's disrespectful not just to Christine Beatty but to women who do a professional job that they do every single day. And it's also disrespectful to their families as well."

But the Free Press said it examined about 14,000 text messages on Beatty's city-issued pager from two months in 2002 and two months in 2003 and found many examples of such ties.

Kilpatrick is married, and Beatty was married at the time.

"I'm madly in love with you," Kilpatrick wrote on Oct. 3, 2002.

"I hope you feel that way for a long time," Beatty replied. "In case you haven't noticed, I am madly in love with you, too!"

On Oct. 16, 2002, Kilpatrick wrote Beatty: "I've been dreaming all day about having you all to myself for 3 days. Relaxing, laughing, talking, sleeping and making love."

In a statement released by his office Wednesday night, Kilpatrick said: "It is profoundly embarrassing to have these extremely private messages now displayed in such a public manner.

"My wife and I worked our way through these intensely personal issues years ago. I would now ask that the public and the media respect the privacy of my wife and children and of Christine Beatty and her children at this deeply painful moment for our families."

Kilpatrick was scheduled on Wednesday to chair a panel discussion on responding to the mortgage crisis at the U.S. Conference of Mayors winter meeting in Washington and attend a breakfast and luncheon at the conference on Thursday.

Elena Temple, a spokeswoman for the organization, said Thursday that Kilpatrick didn't attend the conference.

When asked if the prosecutor's office would open an investigation into possible perjury, Wayne County prosecutor's spokeswoman Maria Miller said: "We have not received anything from anyone. Other than that, we have no comment."

In the civil case, a Wayne County jury awarded $6.5 million to two former police officers in the lawsuit against the city and Kilpatrick.

The jury said Kilpatrick and the city unlawfully dismissed two officers — Gary Brown and Harold Nelthrope. The men claimed they suffered after looking into alleged wrongdoing within Kilpatrick's security unit.

The events happened in Kilpatrick's first four-year term. He was elected to a second term in November 2005.

The Free Press didn't explain exactly how it obtained the text messages, but said it was outside a lawsuit it filed to get all records related to the settlement the city reached with the two officers. The newspaper said it cross-referenced the text messages with the mayor's private calendar and credit card records from that period to verify events in some messages.

quick summary: Kilpatrick is 37, known for being the "hip hop mayor", not well liked by most of his peers, known to party hard, known for being a bling-blinger, exposed for using city money for non city expenses...He is a Black Mayor of a major city. He should know that he is unde the microscope anyway.

Why why why...why would he be so smug to commit perjury in court, then when they had an opportunity to settle for 100K...not do so. Why would he let his d*ck and lying cost the city over $9M when Detroit is one of the poorest cities in the country with a forclosure rate that is astronomical.

I know why..

When you are an arrogant, selfish, sneaky f*ck that thinks that you are where you are because you feel entitled, feeling invincible goes with the territory. Additionally, since he isn't personally responsible to pay one cent, I guess it's no skin off his nose. Motherf*cker!!!!!!

to see the sourceClick here.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

Happy MLK Day, fam!

In honor of Dr. King---

One of the greatest speeches ever delivered.....

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Do you know, Sara Baartman?

When I came across this blog post last year, the title was fixated on women knowing who this woman was. I believe that everyone should know who she was.

I was introduced to this story late last year on Sylvia Hubbard's blog.
I encourage you to read her short life story and pass it along to someone else.

Happy MLK Week!!!!

Saturday, January 19, 2008

just in case you haven't heard this...

Moving right along with the theme of honoring Dr King and uplifting people...

Everyone needs to hear this at least just one time!

I hope you enjoy this as much as I do, fam!

Happy Listening!

Friday, January 18, 2008

Lest we forget...

With the coming days celebration of Dr. King's Birthday, let us not forget what it was like a few generations ago.

What goes through your mind when you read this? Black, Hispanic, Asian or white readers...any and everyone should feel something.

Is it anger, sympathy for the(black cause), gratitude it wasn't you, numb because you can't relate, proud because we have come so far or motivated to make the best of your life?

Care to share?

Enjoy the long weekend and tell someone about the legacy of Dr. King!

I'm really feelin this video right now!

Thursday, January 17, 2008

what are the odds?...really!!

I know that some of the old school cartooners recognize the Wonder Twins from the Superfriends. Jan and Jace did seem a little too close on some of the episodes. Could they have been....nahhhhhh let me just stop.

In a strange and bizarre twist, twins separated at birth reunite and marry. I won't go into how many incest jokes are running through my mind. I feel badly for the couple/siblings.

From henceforth, I shall double my efforts of reuniting lost siblings. If I had acted faster, this may not have happened.

Please stay tuned for our Lost Sibling Day Reunion posts so that we can stop such embarassing moments.

For a complete story please go read about the Marrying Twins.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

When saying "Uh Oh..." works!

It's funny how the mind works.  I was thinking about the BCS Championship game with The Ohio State University vs. LSU in which my team lost.  Being a former student/athlete of the OSU Buckeye track team, a native Ohioan and finally a fan of the university in general,  I hate seeing them lose. I don't really want to dwell on that right now though.   I'm still affected by losing 2yrs straight.  So, that's not important. What is important is the little known fact is that the Buckeye's speed coach is none other than Butch Reynolds of whom I have been a fan of for many many years.  Not just because I ran track for OSU, or because I was on the same track with the one time "Fastest Man in the World".  

How many Universities can say that?

It didn't stop there. I segued into thinking about another favorite athlete of mine Marion Jones also one of the best athletes to ever put on a set of track shoes.  She was great!

Finally...somehow it came to rest on the extremely gifted Carl Lewis.  I can't explain how I got there, but I did.

This brings me to the reason for this post.  All these great track and field athlete flashbacks while watching a football game brought me to the recollection of Carl Lewis singing the National Anthem to open a game.

I won't go into detail about it, but for those of you that didn't catch it the first time, here you go.

Click the pic!

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

Is it just me?...

Ok, y'all. I'm tripping on this one. Or maybe not. Is this real? Is it some kind of joke? I mean really, what kind of conversation could be going during the online chatting sequence.

male farmer: "so ma'am, what size tractor ya got?
female farmer: "I got me one of dem brand new John Deere tractors with the hay bailer hitch"
male farmer: "ya don't, I've always wanted ta get me one them...oh sorry about the delay wireless modem signal is low.
female farmer: "Don't you worry none, pa...I just had roadrunner installed in the barn and ran a network into the house."

really now....what the hell???

Peep, the hell are they going to promote that city slickers aren't welcome? Who'd know? Suppose a farmer guy wanted to meet a city gal?...oh nooooooo 

At first I was trying to work it out in my head that there actually was a Farmers Only dating site, then I had to wrap my brain around farmers hookin up using the net.  Hey, someone might need a lil' help feedin' the chickens and milkin' the cows.

Maybe it's just that I really would just want to be a fly on the wall and see what the eff would be a first date conversation for folks that met on the service.  Would that guy be talking about rollin around in the hay?      

I'm totally out of line for thinking that farmers wouldn't be using the internet. Technology reaches into every area of the world. Why would I think that BPM would have a monopoly on the internet scene?

Well...good luck to all the folks that subscribe to dating sites.

Happy New Year, ya'll! To the single people, I hope that you find love and happiness using a dot com or conventional methods!

This has been my Public Service Announcement!