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Re: FINALLY SOME GOOD ADVICE!!! -How To Get A Man In Four Weeks Or Less - If You Want One

Sandye ·
Radio - you aren't being fair! Felix, it DOES apply to women as well. Everyone is accountable for their own actions and to a certain degree we are responsible for our own destiny as well. Women are not all looking to blame others for our poor choices. Generalizations can be dangerous ...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Nmaginate ·
One thing to note here and in other situations when CONservatives like to speak with some perversed order in their imagined Moral Court... (like HiREZ in CON-Feed's "CONCUSSED Liberal?" quoted thread)... they claim some moral victory not by how they displayed a more reasonable or superior position to their vocational or intellectual/academic equal... they(he) tries to project a victory over men who cut hair for a living and engage in talk about life, politics and racism as a leisure type of...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Empty Purnata ·
But apparently, they like to talk shit about them behind their backs: http://frontpagemag.com/Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=18040 Yet Larry Elder won't face off with him face-to-face in an intellectual/academic battle. All he is is a convenient nigger to stick his head out and voice Massa's wishes and hold himself up as a "credit to his race" and a "vision of what Black people can become": http://www.townhall.com/opinion/columns/davidlimbaugh/2002/08/10/164052.html
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Nmaginate ·
With all those types of appearances, with those types of associations, being published in those types of places... Then a Negro has the nerves to beg "Can WE BLACKS (Damn!!! Mimicking that too!@) disagree and ya'll not consider my buck dancin' ass a Sell-Out (though I'm getting paid for nefarious services) and/or an Uncle Tom?" But, just as the Black CONservatives seem to love to suggest themselves, maybe this has a lot to do with the parenting and upbringing Larry Elder got. His Talk Radio...
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Re: FINALLY SOME GOOD ADVICE!!! -How To Get A Man In Four Weeks Or Less - If You Want One

little minx ·
it seems that black men and women are so into being angry with one another that it's no wonder they have a hard time getting together. it makes me sad, really. the brothers are saying hurtful things, the sisters are saying hurtful things. why don't we take some time to say something positive about each other for once? i'd love it if radio raheem, who started this thread would start by saying something nice about the ladies. alot of what brothers complain about seeing on this site from women...
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Re: FINALLY SOME GOOD ADVICE!!! -How To Get A Man In Four Weeks Or Less - If You Want One

RadioRaheem ·
I started this thread because I thought that it provided women with some good dating advice. Honest. Soon this thread turned into, like other threads, a battleground for negativity. I backed away from this thread for that reason. As for posting something 'nice' for the ladies, i've found that no matter what I post, be it pictures of beautiful sisters, dating advice, honest perspectives from a single male's point of view, song lyrics/music video links, etc I get nothing but crapped on. It's...
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Re: FINALLY SOME GOOD ADVICE!!! -How To Get A Man In Four Weeks Or Less - If You Want One

RadioRaheem ·
I would conclude that many young black women make very poor dating choices early in their dating lives. It seems, like Dr Audrey Chapman*******[link below with highlighted quote] has concluded, that many black women are looking to be a savior in their quest to attempt to try to change a bad boy into a good man..as oppose to starting out with a good man and building from there. She [Dr. Chapman]feels that black women would like to feel that their love can change people...only later to...
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Re: Erykah Badu's stage show

powerflower ·
The first time I heard Erykah Badu was in the wee hours of the morning on the overnight radio show they played her first single "On & On" and my boyfriend at the time woke me up to listen to it. After that I kept hearing the song but didn't know who sang it. Then I was home from college on some break (I think Thanksgiving or Winter Break) and she was on BET with Big Les (remember her?) and they were at her house. It didn't even seem like an interview it was just like watching a visit to...
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Re: Erykah Badu's stage show

msprettygirl ·
I never saw that,I don't really remember even seeing it advertized. I had to look it up just now and it doesn't look familiar. I know she was in cider house rules, but I never did see all of that.
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Isome ·
A couple years back I was discussing an AMA report that, in addition to the issues delineated in your post, showed: "...African Americans are more likely to be denied authorization by their primary care physician , even after adjusting for severity of symptoms. The cause of this association is unclear, but raises substantial concerns about the equity with which gatekeeping is practiced. The findings could represent a difference in severity of illness that was inadequately measured by a...
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Re: What 'white' muso's get you groovin'?

StaryeYenightess ·
Are you one of those crazy people. That think Blacks should only listen to Urban radio and music.
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Re: What 'white' muso's get you groovin'?

FireFly ·
Just ignore 'him' gurl. Since your last visit, it's been revealed he's a dimwit troll.
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Re: For the Sistas of AA.org

Fagunwa ·
During the first couple of years of our marriage money was very scarce. I was in grad school and driving a cab in New York. My wife was in school and working in a day care center. We would meet up for dinner and well you know. One night I came home and the lights were off, candles lit, dinner on the floor. Wifey said she wanted a romantic dinner, no TV, no radio just our own sounds. Found out years later the electricity was cut off and she didn't want me to worry. My mother is the proudest...
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Re: For the Sistas of AA.org

Rowe ·
Awesome stories!
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Re: A Narrow View of Black Women

FireFly ·
hey Huey, the wait is over. (I always check out music suggestions) Afrodite Imani Coppola Audio CD (August 1, 2004) Original Release Date: August 1, 2004 Number of Discs: 1 Label: Mental Records ASIN: B0002TP7FW Average Customer Review: based on 10 reviews. (Write a review.) Amazon.com Sales Rank: #112,093 in Music (See Top Sellers in Music) Yesterday: #109,802 in Music -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Track Listings 1. Afrodite 2. These Days...
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Re: State of the Union: NPR WANTS YOUR VIEW

kresge ·
What the ....? According to the link you provided, we are supposed to come up with a state of the union address without using the following words:
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Re: State of the Union: NPR WANTS YOUR VIEW

Kweli4Real ·
You know, I didn't go to the link. But what we have here, I think, is a tongue in cheek, kinda thing. The prohibited words make up the essence of everything Bush. And the Democratic response to the State of the Union Address should be the prohibited list with conjections and connectors inserted, where appropriate.
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Re: What is a Sellout?

Kevin41 ·
and anyone who compares some singers to people who set world policy is grasping for straws at best....too bad i cannot cut my TV or radio off and get rid of condi and dubya.....
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Re: Edna Griffin: The Rosa Parks of Iowa

ricardomath ·
Edna Griffin did the right thing By REKHA BASU REGISTER COLUMNIST Originally published 1/26/1998 Before institutional memory has faded, and the 88-year-old's time is over, Des Moines should erect a monument to Edna Griffin. Chances are you don't know Griffin's name. No building or street carries it. Iowa schoolchildren don't learn it when they study the civil rights movement. And when lifetime Service Awards bearing the name of Martin Luther King Jr. were handed out to the governor and four...
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Re: Edna Griffin: The Rosa Parks of Iowa

ricardomath ·
Edna Griffin, 1909-2000 'It was not hard for me to stand up' By DANA BOONE REGISTER STAFF WRITER Originally published on 2/9/2000 Edna Griffin, an Iowa civil-rights pioneer, died Tuesday morning at the Ramsey Home in Des Moines. Griffin, 90, is best known for her fight in 1948 against Katz Drug Store in downtown Des Moines, which refused to serve blacks at its lunch counter. Griffin staged sit-ins, picketed in front of the store and filed charges against the store's owner, Maurice Katz. He...
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Re: Radio Raheem's Personal tribute to Interracial couples

thayfen ·
Radio: Good bit of research.
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Re: Props to our brother and Reverend Joseph Lowery...

James Wesley Chester ·
I just finished watching Bill O' Reilly attempt to tell Al Sharpton what type of dialogue should have been appropriate for Mrs. Kings funeral.---K4R All of talk radio tried to make the memorial service be about Bush II. I didn't watch of the ceremony, but I saw about 3 hours of it. I didn't hear one speaker blame Bush II for anything. I didn't even hear his name mentioned. The problem is that 'African American-Americans stated IN PUBLIC what was done to Mrs. King in their name. They and...
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Re: Radio Raheem's Personal tribute to Interracial couples

RadioRaheem ·
thank you. I will post more of the same. I think my next topic will be young man, older woman ...but i gotta do some more researching
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Re: Radio Raheem's Personal tribute to Interracial couples

qty226 ·
I made an observation, concerning black women..........(because im a black woman). So i'll tell you what.........You make the same observation concerning black men. Why should I........am not a man. Also Radio.......since you feel to celebrate this on a black site...........do you feel the need to celebrate this info on a white one? I think white women should know how YOU feel....Youre not looking at black women, why should i care what YOU think.....or who you want to celebrate?
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Re: Radio Raheem's Personal tribute to Interracial couples

RadioRaheem ·
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Re: Radio Raheem's Personal tribute to Interracial couples

qty226 ·
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Re: Conservative Idiots

Isome ·
I've listened to the oxycontin-addicted blowhard sporadically since he first infected the talk radio realm. Rarely does a week go by that he doesn't let his racist beliefs slip through his beak-like lips. ...trust me.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Black Viking ·
Mariah Carey's new one, "Don't Forget About Us", is on the radio right now.
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Re: Teacher suspended for ten days, after calling student Nigga!

Omega4ul ·
What if the teacher was Black?? I am sure if the teacher was Black this would not be news, and you probably would not care. This is a very serious issue that 'WE' need to fix. Pop culture is Black! All the popular music and TV shows involve Blacks people in some entity. If the word 'nigga' is used so freely in 'pop culture' it gets adopted by all. 'WE' need to stop this. I love the Dave Chappelle show, Boondocks, pretty much all black movies (I just love black people) and we use the word too...
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Re: College "Education" Is BS

umbrarchist ·
Our system of education was created before the invention of radio, television, computers, VCRs, CDs and DVDs. When I was in 8th grade I was teaching myself trigonometry without a teacher using my older sister's high school textbook. Now with all this technology we can't come up with something more efficient than this traditional crap. The schools adopt computers as something else to be taught to produce an income stream. It is interesting that we don't have a national recommended reading...
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

qty226 ·
I dont watch videos, or listen to the radio..........but i listen to the cable 'music choice', stations. They play a lot of songs, we've forgotten about.........i get the name/artist, and down load the music. I have a great collection!!
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Black Viking ·
Kelly Clarkson - "Because of You" Radio stations are determined to beat this song up...
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Rowe ·
Who stays in rotation on my radio? Who else but our generation's Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Hiphop, Mary J. Blige (MJB): Mary J. Blige, "I Can't Get Enough Of You" Mary J. Blige, "You Can't Hide From Love" And of course, The Queen of Conscious Hiphop, her majesty, L-Boogie! Lauryn Hill, "Final Hour" (Lauryn Hill at the her finest, don't sleep) Lauryn Hill, "Tell Him" (Live)
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Rowe ·
I saw her singing this song on the grammy awards program last month. I was really impressed. She's an awesome performer. I could truly relate to the lyrics of this song.
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Re: BLACK LESBIANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

cakeaholic ·
Thats actually the one I heard play on the radio
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Re: College "Education" Is BS

umbrarchist ·
How many computers were there in the world when W.E.B. Du Bois wrote Souls of Black Folk? Souls of Black Folk was published in 1903. The vacuum tube had not been invented. It would be another 5 years before Henry Ford introduced the Model T. Do you have any idea how much that changed the American way of life? Du Bois was born in 1868. Marx didn't die until Du Bois was 15 years old. People are constantly talking about children being the future but clutter their heads with trivia from the...
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Re: BLACK LESBIANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Rowe ·
I posted a topic awhile back attempting to get women to talk about any homosexual and/or bisexual experiences that they may have had. No one responded. Therefore, like the "down-low" controversy, which has recently subsided, I don't think "Black Lesbianism" is as common as the media and radio would have us to believe.
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

Rowe ·
Yes, among other issues, this topic is a heavily debated issue in Washington, DC. In fact, a popular radio host by the name of Michael Baisden discusses this issue quite often on his radio program. And each time that he brings this issue up ("Single Black Women"), a swarm of Black women call in to voice their concerns. I'm only 29 years old, and right now, I'm doing OK in terms of dating. But after listening to all of these women well into their 30's and 40's calling and complaining,...
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

detroit1 ·
Your statement is under the assumption that people (in this case black women) mean exactly what they say. Maybe they complain just for the sake of complaining (and Mike knows this, but he's getting paid). I don't give people as much credit as you do. I like to weigh peoples voiced concerns against their actions/behavior. That is why I used the term cog. dis. to explain this contradiction.
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Re: Why Isn't There a White History Month?

ricardomath ·
I was gonna wait 'till the end of the month before reposting this, but what the hell... Back by popular demand... White History Year Resumes WASHINGTON, DC"”With Black History Month over, U.S. citizens are putting aside thoughts of Harriet Tubman and George Washington Carver to resume the traditional observation of White History Year. Above: A stamp honoring European-American aviation pioneer Charles Lindbergh is unveiled as part of White History Year celebrations. White History Year, which...
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

RadioRaheem ·
women should understand that as they age, their desirability in the dating/meet market goes down [for the most part]. Women simply have to change their strategy in their manhunting.
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Re: A Moment in History: February 21, 1965

HonestBrother ·
Thanks, Radio, for the reminder....
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Re: Teacher suspended for ten days, after calling student Nigga!

nayo ·
http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,70259-0.html?tw=wn_index_2 Actor Tries to Trademark 'N' Word By Rogers Cadenhead | Also by this reporter 02:00 AM Feb, 23, 2006 EST The actor Damon Wayans has been engaged in a 14-month fight to trademark the term "Nigga" for a clothing line and retail store, a search of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office's online database reveals. Wayans wants to dress customers in 14 kinds of attire from tops to bottoms, and use the controversial mark on "clothing,...
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Khalliqa ·
Was listening to "Don't Disturb This Groove" by The System..... it just went off (listening to the radio while cleaning) Now I'm listening to "Black Brother" by Angie Stone.... Peace, Virtue
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Re: State of Black America hosted by Tavis on CSPAN now..

Yemaya ·
Here's not so much an opposing view, but a different view on how the symposium went. I enjoyed the symposium for the fact that it even exists, but I can understand where the author of this article is coming from. Although we love our educated black folks and they have great ideas, the masses want some action. Why is Tavis Smiling? And Why are we watching? Every year, radio/tv commentator Tavis Smiley holds a forum that brings together "the best and the brightest" African-Americans from...
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Re: Heather Headley or India Arie?

BILAL SHAKIR ·
YES I'M VERY FAMILIAR WITH LEDISI,"TAKE TIME TO GET AWAY, FREE YOUR MIND AND FLY AWAY" VERY POWERFUL VOCAL RANGE,SIMILAR TO ANITA BAKER, LEDISI ALSO HAS A SECOND CD OUT NOW WHICH IS JUST AS GOOD AS HER FIRST ONE BUT MORE BLUESY,YES LEDISI & ADRIAN EVANS HAS TO BE THE TWO GREATEST FEMALE VOCALIST THAT MAIN STREAM RADIO REFUSES TO PLAY, PEACE
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

Rowe ·
Brother, I love u too, but the biggest pet peeve that I have is when people mistakingly label this kind of information as "wrongful" simply because it is information that is not commonly accepted by the medical profession or Western science, and for a good reason. This is the kind of information that keeps people from relying on medications and doctors for the rest of their lives. One point that we do agree on is that what I've offered thus far is definitely not medical advice, but...
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Re: I'm In Love With A Stripper?

TruEssence ·
Yes I notice how I am starting sound more and more like my parents about the music today Black Viking. I am 32 and feel little old sometimes when I hear some of the music being played on the radio. I barely even listen to the radio. I know it has been months since I turned the radio on. I have not heard of this song. The lyrics are ridiculous!
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Re: I'm In Love With A Stripper?

HonestBrother ·
I basically don't listen to the radio at all... I get my music on via CD..... And I don't watch television... So I have to make an effort to hear this music... An effort which I'm less and less willing to make as I get older..
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Re: I'm In Love With A Stripper?

Frenchy ·
The music stopped selling because we stopped hearing it. Records companies are shelling out BIG BUCKS to determine what you hear on the radio. You'll hear this song 45 times before you'll hear Jill Scott once. We are basically listening to Clear Channel's personal, payola-enhanced playlist every time we turn on the radio, no matter what programming format it is. Add to that people who apparently buy records because they like to hum to the background music or not take lyrics "too seriously"...
 
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