Monday, August 29, 2005
Who told R Kelly to do that tired dramatized nonsence. I wanted him to go back in the closet when he actually tricked me into watching that mess on BET last month. A already can't stand the brotha. I think I have given him more than enough attention than he deserves.
And who's idea was it to have simulations of ejaculations fountains all over the theatre. That was truly a male produced show.
Did you see Lil' Jon & Snoop try to cop a feel on their co-presenters. Ladies wear rat traps in your girdles next time.
The only thing that was cool was the fact that almost everyone was dressed to the nine. Even Lil' Kim looked slightly classy. I guess Jessica Simpson missed the memo...or her & Ashley had a cat fight prior to walking out. I can't see Nick letting ol' girl walk out the door w/that train wreck on.
The hosts for the After Show had absolutely nothing to say. That's a first! They were so drunk at the pre-show that by the time the After Show took place maybe they were just lethargic & hungover. ...Not!
Over all the writers & developers all need to be fired. MTV don't have SEAN host again.
Friday, August 26, 2005
I have had this crush for years. At least 10 years. My girl crush is:
I have always loved her style, her height and her shape. She is just fabulous......Wait a minute! RU is a man in real life right?
So much for me jumping on the bandwagon of girl crushes, huh?
Thursday, August 25, 2005
Any Hoo...I will be out of commission for a few days.
Pray for us.
Wednesday, August 24, 2005
Monday, August 22, 2005
Sunday, August 21, 2005
I am Powerful.
I can provoke change in the world.
I will not allow you, or anyone to
stand in my way, to my goal of positivism.
I am an educated and a powerful being,
and you cannot stop me:
The Powerful Me.
By Trina Slade-Burks
Saturday, August 20, 2005
Friday, August 19, 2005
Thursday, August 18, 2005
We came across several more Black Butterfly t-shirts.
The illustration is by Anthony Burks and the poem is by JohnDre Jennings a.k.a Black Butterfly
Please contact me if you are interested. It is printed on oatmeal colored XL ladies Beefy Tee. See the poem that is feature on the back.
Okay unlike New York, men who take public transportation or rides a bike are typically losers. They either have a suspended license, no car, no job and no clue. Only 23% may actually have a legit reason for taking public transportation. These would be:
- they live in another county and their vehicles are at the train station in their county
- they work for the city, county or state
- they are a student
- they are new in town
- they are a tourist
- they are elderly and shouldn't be driving
Okay this brotha walk up to me; he had to be about 29-30; his shorts were big and baggy like he was 16 hanging off his butt exposing his tighty whities, his shirt was wrinkled, he was wearing Lugz boots in 97 degree weather and he was chewing his gum like a cow chews cud, and he obviously had no destination.
He walk up to me, which was already a bad move, and says..."hey Miss, how u doin'?"....Alright my first thought was brotha I am hot, I need to get to work and why are you out here in the middle of the day instead of being at a job. But I barely cracked a smile and said. "Alright". My lack of interest didn't scare him away.
He asks "So you want to hang out some time?"
Me "Like where?"
Brotha says, "we can hang at your crib"......Then I said "I doubt my husband would want some dude without a job hanging at our house except my 9 year old and my 12 year old."
Ya think that would have scared him off. Oh no! He's like, " Oh so you are married? How long?
Now I'm really irritated...Why does this guy think I want to talk. "14 years"
He's like, "Wow, that's a long time. You don't sound like you come from here. Where you from?"
" How long you been UP here?"
Dumb brotha doesn't know he lives down here. "14 YEARS!"
"Oh so you got married and moved here?"
His dumb azz looks at my right hand where my high school ring is and asks, "So where is your ring?"
I quickly hold up my left fist up to expose my heart shaped ring w/the anniversary ring.
" Oh okay" He smiles and "It was nice talkin to ya"...And he walks away.
That's all I had to do? Hold up my damn fist! I should have did that shit at the beginning, huh!
Monday, August 15, 2005
Sunday, August 14, 2005
Wednesday, August 10, 2005
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JILL GABRIELLE WILSON - HAMLETT, A celebration of life: Jill Gabrielle Wilson Hamlet February 25, 1969- April 27, 2005 Kind, nice, loving, caring, thoughtful, brave, courageous, noble, understanding, adoring, helpful, beautiful, supportive and strong. These are the words Nathaniel uses to describe his mom. Jill Gabrielle Wilson Hamlett is a model of how to let God lead the way to a life filled with love. She is an example of how fulfilling life can be if we focus on the opportunities God promises and not the obstacles life presents. While Jill Hamlett's body finally gave out, her spirit never did. During her time on this earth, wherever she went, Jill sprinkled the world with seeds of kindness and compassion that bore the fruits of love. She taught us more than we could ever teach her and she left a template of how to always be the best that we can be. Jill's legacy will be carried on by her husband Reginald Hamlett and her children Nathaniel Christian and Joshua Gabriel; her mother Judith Wilson, her brother Craig Wilson and sister Traci Wilson; her maternal grandmother Dorothy Ayers; her sisters and brothers-in-law; her five nieces and one nephew and a host of aunts, uncles, cousins and close friends. She was preceded in death by her father Franklin Wilson and grandfather William Ayers.
Published: Monday, May 2nd, 2005
Vance became extremely frustrated during her run on SNL because she was overwhelmingly written into sketches as either a prostitute or a maid. She opted to leave the show because of this, and her final performance on the show was singing a song called "I Played the Maid," a tribute to black woman in Hollywood.
Diagnosed with breast cancer in 1990, Vance underwent a single mastectomy and incorporated the experience into a solo skit, "The Radical Girl's Guide to Radical Mastectomy." Unfortunately, the cancer recurred in 1993 and she died the following year.
Anthony Burks, a native Floridian, born on December 18, 1967 is one of the most unique and prolific conceptual of both fine and commercial artists in America. He works numerous forms of media including color pencil, pen and ink, pastels and watercolor.
A graduate of Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale with a degree in Visual Communications, he has accomplished many things in his professional career. He is co-owner of A.T.B Graphic Designerstm which is an art and graphic design resource service.
Anthony Burks' collectors of his art are people of different professional disciplines including poets, educators, doctors and even a judge. The Cornell Museum in Delray Beach, Florida has one of his original pieces entitled Freedom in their permanent collection.
Some of Anthony's work is presently on display at Expressive Vibes Art Gallery in West Palm Beach, Florida.
Photographer of New York
Born & raised in the East Village of New York City. Secularly she works as a Project manager for an engineering firm overseeing various construction projects including the redevelopment of World Trade Center. One of the things that she tries to hone into whenever possible is shooting & developing B/W images; in particularly, part of the human form in all its appeal.
Tuesday, August 09, 2005
Monday, August 08, 2005
I know many of us have hid our ages. Well I am 37 years old & proud of it. So all of y'all hiding your ages better quite trippin, because the chick w/the slam book knows tha truth.