Sunday, May 31, 2009

Who are we...?

I have not been on here in a while, guess I'd like to say I've been soul searching or.. or.. finding out who I am. Going through a lot of life's changes, experiencing different things thats making me learn more and more about myself. This is good..

signing off... over and out..

Thursday, March 5, 2009

Sociological Phenomenon

In light of recent events...

Studies show that 2 out of 3 battered women return to their abusers...

Why is that?

Tuesday, March 3, 2009

Friday, February 27, 2009


Now, a lot of people dont like soulja boy. And honestly, I hadn't.. But when I found out that him and his friends wrote and produced their music out of his house, I developed I knew found respect for him. We have to admit, he did reach a certain level of popularity ON HIS OWN ( and of course with the use of Youtube).

This song inspires me almost every morning. To me, it means just being happy. You are the ultimate decision maker when it come to your happiness. And when you wake up in the morning, feel good about yourself and be enthusiastic about the day. Me personally, My attitude dictates whether or not my day will end well, and when I say end well, I mean make any money.. I work and get spaid straight commission. Yep, so every morning I turn my swag on and get prepared to overcome any objection I may come up on during the day. Remembering any technical information someone my inquire on. But, everymorning when I turn my swag on I know I have what it takes to crush the competition. Come out on top and be number one.. Fellas, turn your swag on. Ladies.. Turn your swag on.. seize the day. You can have it all.. But for me personally... THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH!!!..

Profiles in African American History..

Colonel Charles Young was born March 12, 1864 to ex-slaves in the little hamlet of Mays Lick, Kentucky. He graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1889. This gave him the honor of being the third African-American to do so, in spite of the hatred, bigotry and discrimination he encountered as an undergraduate.
Colonel Charles Young is remembered and honored as a man of unique courage and inspiration. This was especially true for those of "goodwill", who knew him, and for those who followed him into battle. He stands honored both as an African-American and in the history of African-Americans in the U.S. military. His first assignment after graduation was with the Buffalo Soldiers in the 10th Cavalry in Nebraska, and then in the 9th and 10th Cavalries in Utah. With the outbreak of the Spanish-American War, he was reassigned as Second Lieutenant to training duty at Camp Algiers, Virginia.
On a day in June, 1918 retired Lt. Colonel Charles Young, made his way on horseback, 500 miles from Wilberforce, Ohio to this nation's capital, to show he was as always, fit for duty. There, he petitioned the Secretary of War (now called Secretary of Defense) for immediate reinstatement and command of a combat unit in Europe. The ride from Ohio to Washington D.C. brought bittersweet results. Young was reinstated and promoted to full Colonel, but he was assigned to duty at Camp Grant, Illinois. By the time his reinstatement and promotion were in effect the war was near its end.
Too weak to command in France they said, but not too weak to traverse and suffer the swamps of West Africa, Colonel Charles Young, was once again, assigned to Liberia as Military Attaché. He died at that post on January 8, 1922, while on a research expedition in Lagos, Nigeria.

Thursday, February 26, 2009

Nigger Please !!!

Racism is Definitely Alive and Ticking. Your thoughts .. What would you have done, said, or how would you have reacted to seeing a dude roll past you with this T-shirt on?...

Sunday, February 15, 2009


I must have watched this film about 100 times. Love this scene!

Harlem Nights.