Saturday, June 04, 2011


I don't write much and I should. I have the time... I let my house fall to shit. I hoarded so much crap that didn't belong to me for no reason. I mean my ex-husbands crap, my ex-girlfriends crap, ex-friends crap, current friends crap, sisters crap, mother's crap... just a whole bunch of crap.... so I threw it all out. *Kanye shrugs* I am not a storage facility theses people have homes of their own and they storing their junk here... phew I threw all that crap to the curb easy. Now my house looks empty for the 1st time since I brought the joint...
I need a friend to drive around to yard sales and thrift stores to fill my home with crap I actually like... I want a second hand beautician chair with bright vinyl...
mmmmm possibilities

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Black History Month: The Season of Giving & Receving

Well damn... I guess we all need to be on our knees in the name of Dr King.
~Thanks for setting us back another 50 years

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Lowlights in Black History: OJ Simpson

Well I know I'mma get some mix responses about this one, but Orenthal James Simpson you have failed your race. Not only did you murder your white wife and her "friend" Ron Goldman and got acquitted, your dumb duck ass is sitting in jail now for a bunch of charges related to a robbery damn near 11 years later. You are a desperate individual whom could have been great. You are a shining example of the phrase "black people can't have shit". Millions in the bank and you were still so unhappy with your self that you beat your wife until she put you out your home, 5 years later you murder her.
I also fail all black people whom celebrated after his acquittal. You negros celebrated that this man got away with MURDER and tried to claim that your celebratory attitudes were due to "a black man you loved not going to jail" Do I need to point out that OJ was unemployed after his acquittal? He was so desperate for money he wrote a book about "if he did it". Our community basically turned our backs on him, we treated OJ so bad he did even get a chance to present an award at the BET awards or nothing! So where was our communal love for OJ then? Futher more if you spent your hard earned money on an OJ shirt back in 1995 please go find a bridge and think about your life, because I am pretty sure you have continued to make poor decisions to this date.