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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
ummmm it's ALWAYS been an executive order to justify MURDERING black people since the end of slavery. Nothing's change except our OWN people do it to us too. By way of gangs...which transformed into music moguls like P. Diddy....Jay Z, They were ALL gangs members killing each other across the country. Tupac and Biggie did it. So we SERIOUSLY need to talk about that Minister F. Not just what massa is doing to us but what we are doing to ourselves. Is why I removed ALL respect of those who...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
The only "rap" I listened to is Eminem's "rap" against Orange Anus Mouth; the rest is noise to me. Thank God for this contraption, because I can watch the Tavares, Johnny Mathis, AAron Neville, Billy Ekstein, go back to the 20's and listen to the Ink Spots if I want, the BeeGees, the Doobie Brothers; whether alive or dead, people who can/could SING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I've never been a fan of "musical noise," whooping and hollering and words that make no damn sense whatsoever with...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I hear ya my sista. Rap literally means rape of African American music history...except that OUR music from gospel to soul music is sooooooooooooooo strong....it will wrap rap around its ankle and stoop on it at the same time. Cuz it's like a SNAKE. Sneaking pretending it's music. Not music. And I agree Minister F and his boys are just flapping gums. Where were they when ALL these young black men were killed across the country? Why didn't they demonstrate? Since you know Minister F has ALL...
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Norland ·
That's how women get raped 3 times by the same Porky Pig-looking mf; following the bastard around looking for money. They get the money and some pencil dick thrown in for good measure. They're lucky they're still breathing. Damn fools!!!!!!
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
Yep you're right. And it's something sick about a male not man who rapes his own women and destroys his community-then wanna blame it on massa. And it's something sick about a male who want to degrade the very person who not only gave him life but potty trained his ass....I didn't see any of his so-called brothers volunteering to do it. So. Women raised men to disrespect them? No these men turn on the women who give them live to prove to the enemy they have worth. The enemy? Don't give a...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
There is NO explanation for the "crazy" so-called "men" harbor these days. They're crazy world-wide. Nothing but a bunch of murderers. The fuckers rape during war. How they manage that, I'll never know. Sex would be the last thing on my mind if bullets and bombs were dropping all around my black ass. No one can take a bath; everyone must smell like unwashed Grizzlies just before they're raped and shredded into spaghetti. Every war these bastards fight, they leave their babies all over the...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I just heard it's new thing kid thugs are doing now? Killing over music called "drill" music-which is in a gang group there is one member who can rap. They are depended on him to make it big as a "rap" star and take them with him. But in the meantime, they terrorize their own neighborhoods and if some other black gang is playing their drill music in their hood-that is a sign of disrespect so they shoot to kill. Aint that a bitch? Black folks are demonstrating about black lives matter and...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
It's not music, it's drill NOISE. All the singers are in their 70's, 80's heading toward their 90's or deader than door nails. These young, ignorant niggers are brain damaged from birth. They can't think for themselves, always following some damn fool like themselves, can't talk worth a damn, can't read, have no semblance of education, pants hanging off the heads of their peckers, fucking each other in the ass, heading to the white man's gorilla cages they love so much. They need to be...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I agree my sista. The fabulous Fats Domino just died. Now he was a musician and a singer. Music is suppose to inspire. But now? Rap has murdered hip hop and replaced dancing with dead bodies. I don't KNOW how so called brothas can't see that. They are so busy trying to make those dollars they don't EVEN know or even realize that SOON...real soon....they are gonna be SOLD for those SAME dollars. Pitiful. But!
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
They can't spend the dollars once those bullets hit them in the chest and ass. Their money will be spent burying their black asses in caskets 6 feet under. Biggie's not here; Tupac's not here; a whole bunch others are not here. Black men are dumber than a box of rocks, especially the young ones. It wasn't always like that; but it's beyond horrendous now. Malcolm X wasn't old, Martin Luther King wasn't old, Muhammad Ali wasn't old. They didn't take any shit. Martin Luther King was the kindest...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
Koco, you know I remember Fats Domino. I damn near remember the Ink Spots. I'll play them on YouTube every now and then. Every now and then, I'll watch BoJangles or black people from the 40's dance on YouTube. Also, the handsomeness of Billy Ekstein, Harry Belafonte, The Tavares, Johnny Mathis, Marvin Gaye, The Temptations, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Dells, Elvis was handsome when he first appeared on the scene, The BeeGees, Smoky Robinson, etc. Black and White makes no difference to me.
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I'm not into that murder music either. However, there are academic professors trying to insist to look beyond the words and see the message. I told one of them that words are powerful so no I'm not looking for no message cuz there isn't one. These fools wanna call women out their names and use profanity cuz for the most part? THEY CANNOT READ!!!! Or write. There's this guy in Cali called Nipsey Hussle from the Los Angeles area who bought a Fatburger franchise...a popular burger joint in the...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
Koco, I'm too damn old to listen to these young, uneducated Black, Negroes, Niggers, Jigaboos, whatever they're called; whoop and holler on a CD that I've spent ten dollars or more on. Cary Grant was the handsomest white man that ever lived, I think. Rock Hudson was no slouch either. Both of them had dark hair. Cary was from England, no telling what was flowing through his genes. In "The Bishop's Wife", when he looked up into the church towards the end of the movie, he looked like a GOD!!!
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I forgot about those two. They weren't not in my generation although I did see their films but they didn't touch me in the way Presley did. I think the music and the way he danced were so much like black culture that was the real connection for me. Today? There is a war against black people. And they are using MUSIC which was our salvation during slavery against us. For me? That's the justifiable homicide child soldiers are playing into. Every conspiracy against us? Have a coon involved. So...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
When I was 14, I received 7 of Elvis' records for my birthday and thought I'd hit the damn lotto. My young buddy and myself were flapping all over the floor with glee. I have his records now. CD's of course; the 33 and 1/3 or whatever they were called are long gone; as is my 14th birthday. Cary Grant was born in 1904 and Rock Hudson was born in 1925. Not my generation either, but TMC is my favorite movie channel when I want to look at a movie; which isn't very often. I like the old musicals,...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
Sista Norland wrote: Koco, where did all the other posters go?????? I have no idea. Although there is always a lot of guests here reading but never posts. Brotha RR comes in now and then. And Brotha DK? I think it may be work related because I heard talk about having to go out of town for work. And from time to time Brotha Raptor makes an appearance. It truly think it's because there are not any new folks to debate with. Most know where we stand. But I don't come here to debate. I come to...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
If we could meet each other here personally, I'll bet we'd have a natural ball. We're like family. We say what we say. and that's what we say!!! We understand the crapola of the day. We're cool!!!!
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
Yes. Like a school reunion....but! A site reunion instead. I think folks have gone their ways and are focused on getting this Adminstration with as little skid marks as possible. Folks could possibly be holding their breaths to see what gonna happen next. See it wasn't that way with my president. Folks were on here all the time debating. And not afraid of debating. It's a different climate now. And it is really hard connecting with real black folks. People are keeping to themselves and...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
America's all we know. Don't know if it's the best place or not. It's not Syria or Iraq. It hasn't been a piece of cake for people originally from Africa. Lots of hatred for no damn reason. I don't like Donald Trump and would tell him to his face if I could. I think there's something wrong with his wrinkled ass. I came to the planet before him and he doesn't intimidate me. I was potty trained before he, G.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton slid out their mothers' wombs. Just another...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Kocolicious ·
I only say that cuz at least with women....we aint getting our coochies cut. We don't have to cover our faces and at best we are not being treated as subhuman slaves by our forced husbands. Children do not have to marry grown ass men and at least...except for Flint, Michigan we can have access to water and can take a bath-which I appreciate every day. Cuz if you look every one with black skin world wide is targeted in some way. The Rhoniyas[sp] in South East Asia came there the same way we...
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Re: Justifiable Homicide: Black youth in peril, 'An Executive Decision' -Part 2 Continued

Norland ·
Lord knows, I deal with those so-called "females with penises." They're my grands and one great with initially a vagina. It's beyond hard for me to deal with, but I do, graciously. I love my girls' babies. They both had 3 and out of those 3 came an entire army. The majority of them are smart and funny; the sexual confusion is not MY business and HARD for ME to face, but I do. They can't discuss with me, but I accept their "friends" and have a great time when we're all together. I keep my...
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Re: PayPal to Cut Services From Hate Sites

DennisKalita ·
STAND FIRM!
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Re: PayPal to Cut Services From Hate Sites

Kocolicious ·
Hal. Lay. Lu. Yer! Next.... But!
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Re: Govt Fails in Response To Violence in Chicago, While Black Community Creates Change From the ‘Ground Up’

GoodMan ·
Better off doing it yourself than trusting Gov't to do it for you. Anything the gov't gives can be taken away. Anything you give yourself will always be there.
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Re: Govt Fails in Response To Violence in Chicago, While Black Community Creates Change From the ‘Ground Up’

Norland ·
Dear White People: You came over here from the Caves of Europe via England, Ireland and White lands for days. You slaughtered the original inhabitants and took over the country. If you came over here originally from the Land of the Whites; explain to me how the hell YOU became citizens of a country you renamed after some Italian explorer, and now call yourselves AMERICANS. How did you become a CITIZEN of a country that WASN'T YOURS FROM JUMP STREET???? Everybody is over here from all over...
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Re: Black Community Empowerment Leader Found Dead in DC

Fabulous ·
This is so sad, what a great loss. The man had it going on, indeed he was brilliant with an impressive vision for the black community. His actions spoke volumes, while some folk talk a whole lot of nothing. My condolences to his family, I cannot imagine their pain. And I don't believe for one-second that he committed suicide, because I do not trust the police, period-point-blank. I hope his work can continue.
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Norland ·
Is the Black Man of the World ever going to be allowed to STAND ON HIS OWN TWO FEET or is he always just going to be the FLOOR MAT for everyone TO WIPE HIS FEET ON??????????????????? Every time one seeks to raise his brother, he ends up dead. Foot prints on the ass become painful and their's no cure for the pain.
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Re: Black America’s Failed Experiment With White House Politics And The Urgent Appeal For A New Black Economy

Momentum ·
I hope we got the message, white people see the national economy, education, safety net and all benefits as theirs and to primarily serve them. Blacks will never be viewed as countrymen by the white establishment. If we don't get this then we get what we obvious see coming at us. I love this charter.... http://www.usliftingus.com/
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Re: The Black Community is Gradually Being Erased and Black People Are Being Turned Into Nomads and Cultural Refugees

Momentum ·
Sunnubian, your topic is so timely I thought about this TYT report how the NYPD are picking on, ticketing and arresting blacks on minor infractions to meet their quotas and while completely ignoring white people. Of course this is happening across the country. Please watch this , is a damn shame news like this can barely be found.
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Re: The Black Community is Gradually Being Erased and Black People Are Being Turned Into Nomads and Cultural Refugees

sunnubian ·
Originally Posted by Momentum: Sunnubian, your topic is so timely I thought about this TYT report how the NYPD are picking on, ticketing and arresting blacks on minor infractions to meet their quotas and while completely ignoring white people. Of course this is happening across the country. Please watch this , is a damn shame news like this can barely be found. And even more here:
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Re: The Black Community is Gradually Being Erased and Black People Are Being Turned Into Nomads and Cultural Refugees

Norland ·
Men, when you sit down, close your legs. No more "manspreading". If a woman was "womanspreading"; kinda nasty, I guess. If the fellas have their legs all spread across the seat, someone might get a glance of their lumpety dumpeties outline, if they're so lucky to have one. Keep dem legs closed. What's good for the women is good for the men. What's good for the goose, is good for the gander.
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Re: Join a Conversation on Community Policing

Kocolicious ·
Great idea. And look...we probably need to invest in cameras for our streets. I mean people are always taking photos on their phones...so the public privacy laws have been thrown out the window anyway...and this PROTECTS us from police lying about what occurred when they are called and when they stop us in our own community and when they are following us. This is something to seriously ponder about as well. But!
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Re: Join a Conversation on Community Policing

RadioRaheem ·
nothing will happen after this. more talk, no action!!
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Re: Join a Conversation on Community Policing

sunnubian ·
Go to the site and enter your question(s)/comments and let's see if any will be discussed at the live conference. It goes live at 4:00 p.m. [Eastern] today.
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

DennisKalita ·
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

RadioRaheem ·
“We can’t keep bending the Fourth Amendment to the resources of law enforcement,” Sotomayor said . “Particularly when this stop is not incidental to the purpose of the stop. It’s purely to help the police get more criminals, yes. But then the Fourth Amendment becomes a useless piece of paper.” --I love Justice Sotormayor....she understands the situation that people of color are in. I wish we had a Black Man on the court, like we did when Thurgood Marshall was there
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

RadioRaheem ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: I had that issue and kept my subscription throughout college...until they folded
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

GoodMan ·
Sooo how are they gonna enforce this or this is more bullshit from the Supreme Court and US Gov't. I mean at a certain point we just gonna have to call bullshit and none of these damn laws do us any favors. All it is loose talk, platitudes and cliches. I mean we gonna have timers now? How long is too fucking long? First we need cameras, now we need timers. At a certain point, either the USA gov't, Satan himself, gonna need to have a sit down with Black people and talk openly. "What is your...
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

Norland ·
We need a "White People Leave the African Alone Under All Circumstances" Law. We need a law, "Every person that kills an African Anything" will be sued immediately for 5 million dollars. The way these white men and black men are killing us, we may be extinct in 5 to 10 years. That's called "Hatred Off the Charts for No Damn Reason." It's obvious to anyone that's not deaf, dumb and blind, that these ex-Europeans do not like the fact Africans are living in this country with them. If they...
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

sunnubian ·
"Sooo how are they gonna enforce this or this is more bullshit from the Supreme Court and US Gov't." **************************************************************** It's really b.s., and here's why: Once police pull over a motoris, they cannot detain him without reasonable suspicion that he has done something worse than violate a traffic law . The phrase, "reasonable suspicion" is the clandestine 'out', and therefore, sanction for police to continue doing exactly what they are doing now...
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

GoodMan ·
Originally Posted by sunnubian: "Sooo how are they gonna enforce this or this is more bullshit from the Supreme Court and US Gov't." **************************************************************** It's really b.s., and here's why: Once police pull over a motoris, they cannot detain him without reasonable suspicion that he has done something worse than violate a traffic law . The phrase, "reasonable suspicion" is the clandestine 'out', and therefore, sanction for police to continue doing...
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Re: Supreme Court Limits Powers of Police In Decision With Major Implications For Black Community

Norland ·
9 folks telling 300 million how to do the do, what's legal and what's not legal. 9 folks; one having roots in Italy and the black man having major kickability on the Coon Train makin' the rules and regulations for us all. The "supremes" of the "Superiors". "White" folks always have 'slammin' names for themselves, don't they???
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Re: War On The Black Community – The Gantt Report

Norland ·
You know, if the shoe was on the other foot and we were killing them and shooting them down like they do everything breathing, this place would be the U.S. of ISIS. It would NEVER be tolerated. Shit, they'd probably rain nuclear weaponry upon our black asses and theirs too accidentally. They would OBLITERATE everything in the process. This crap has been going on 500 years with these European Rejects/Expelled. Plus, their ancestors went to Africa, kidnapped the peeps, forced them to work for...
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Re: “It’s Eco-Socialism or Death”

Norland ·
Damn, I don't want to be a "dumb ass", but this article is long!!! Cooperation Jackson sounds like some relative to Jesse. "We have to..., we should... pay attention to climate change...etc. Pay attention to how Africa lives in extreme heat. Africans live in mud huts, some of them, among wild animals, relieve themselves in mud holes (I imagine; ain't really sure), but life goes on there with wars raging and everything else. We're all going to die at some point or another. Maybe it'll be...
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Re: Michael Jordan Invests 500K in Low-Income Charlotte Literacy Programs: ‘I Wanted to Reconnect to the Community’

RadioRaheem ·
‘I Wanted to Reconnect to the Community’ ----It's too late!! Lebron's $41 million investment in his community is the new standard. Bye Jordan! http://www.foxsports.com/nba/s...ers-i-promise-081315 LeBron's foundation to spend $41M to send kids to college
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Re: Michael Jordan Invests 500K in Low-Income Charlotte Literacy Programs: ‘I Wanted to Reconnect to the Community’

Kocolicious ·
I'll take LeBron over Jordan ANY DAY. Now Jordan? Is a COON! Cuz he had BIG money loooooooong before Lebron came on the scene. So he can take those little dollars back and stick it where the sun don't shine. But!
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Re: Michael Jordan Invests 500K in Low-Income Charlotte Literacy Programs: ‘I Wanted to Reconnect to the Community’

RadioRaheem ·
Of the top NBA athletes, Jordan is a bottom rung loser!! * Shaq has a high quality shoe line that is specifically targeted to low income fans....sold ONLY at WAL MART!! http://footwearnews.com/2016/f...art-sneakers-210621/ * Magic Johnson has literally THOUSANDS of Black people working for him in his Movie Cinemas, Restaurants, Sports Teams, and TV stations (Aspire) http://www.magicjohnson.com/ * Carmelo Anthony dontated enough money to keep three community centers (recreation centers) in...
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Re: Michael Jordan Invests 500K in Low-Income Charlotte Literacy Programs: ‘I Wanted to Reconnect to the Community’

sunnubian ·
I absolutely agree! Considering just how much money Jordan has made, and how long he went without doing a damn thing for African America, including poor African American children and youth in North Carolina, or even his own damn home town.
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Re: Michael Jordan Invests 500K in Low-Income Charlotte Literacy Programs: ‘I Wanted to Reconnect to the Community’

Momentum ·
Jordan is an asshole and he has to wonder if he really have genuine friends, I doubt he really does.
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Re: Michael Jordan Invests 500K in Low-Income Charlotte Literacy Programs: ‘I Wanted to Reconnect to the Community’

DennisKalita ·
0.5M SMH. Too weak. Can't buy love for less than $20M. Show sincerity first. By the amount. That's real. No shit. Serious. Your soul depends on this, Michael !
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