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

Rowe ·
And adding to your response, I would like to say that, again, not every failed relationship that a Black woman experiences is the result of her selecting 2-bit hustlers, drug dealors, and losers off the streets. Educated brothers and sisters, with good heads on their shoulders, experience failed relationships too! And no one wakes up in the morning to say, "You know what, today, I want to pick the wrong person for me." Usually, both men and women, will not discover that someone is "wrong"...
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Re: FINALLY SOME GOOD ADVICE!!! -How To Get A Man In Four Weeks Or Less - If You Want One

RadioRaheem ·
no, people don't 'wake up' one morning and pursue that 'wrong person', but those people ACTIONS show that they did. Actions are all we can judge here...and unfortunately for many young black women, it's the action of dating/mating a thug. Maybe those women are too young to understand that long term effects of that choice or maybe they were just trying to be a part of the 'in' crowd...whatever. The result is plain as day when numerous black women are not pursuing relationships that are sane...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Kevin41 ·
Affirmative Action: Who Benefits? -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Contents A Policy That Suffers an Identity Crisis Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Affirmative Action Where Do We Go From Here? Bibliography -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A Policy That Suffers an Identity Crisis Few social policy issues have served as a better gauge of racial and ethnic divisions among the American...
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Re: The 'Promised Land': Why We're Still Waiting

Nmaginate ·
A straight line is always the direct route. Why the detour? Why would White people need to know "What It's Like To Be Black"... why would they need to "listen" to anything like that when you say the object is to End White Privilege? A straight line... Very few white people ever think about 'being white' and what that means... white privilege. Okay. Why isn't White Privilege - i.e. White people taking it upon themselves to examine White Privilege - an INTRAracial Dialog you're trying to seek?
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Re: I finally found the Black women's reply to the "Where is the love?'" from Tampa

RadioRaheem ·
My take on Part One:...in bold When elementary school teacher Patti Hairston picked up Monday's edition of the St. Petersburg Times, she braced herself. "I knew there would be negative things said about black women by black men," she said. very interesting, esp. since the writer of the original article was merely seeking the 'other side' of the Essence article. Lori Chung, 28, associate TV news producer, single, Brooklyn Personally, I don't feel the love from black men to black women and...
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Re: Al Sharpton Accuses Bush Of Fueling Homophobia Among Blacks

Black Viking ·
Is that going to change if they get married? Is this number a reflection of tax breaks that married people get, and what other variables are there? I have a hard time believing that this income gap is actually caused by being a same-sex couple. The same Census shows white same-sex couples actually have more median income than white heterosexual couples. If this is true, then we deserve what we got. This is another great example of ideological manipulation . It's pretty easy to follow. It...
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Re: Asking too much?

Rowe ·
I'M MORE THAN JUST A BOOTY! I agree. Another excellent observation. I'm also against women describing their first love-making experience as having "lost" their virginity. What have you lost, exactly? Is virginity your heart, your soul, your mind, or your ability to think and evolve as a human being? Does a woman die after having sex? Does she become useless to society? These kinds of questions need to be seriously addressed because they reveal people's attitudes about the worth of women in...
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Re: What is a Sellout?

Nmaginate ·
Don't believe that's such a problematic thing. The problem comes in when the range of possibilities, the range of "acceptables" are so broad... no one statement can capture the essence. Now, too often that may be the problem: Trying to give a simple, hard answer to a question that is at least as fluid as it is complex (complex in the sense that it's broad and one almost has to speak in broad generalities in an attempt to arrive at definition). And honest observations would reveal that...
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Re: Changing 'black' studies for the times

James Wesley Chester ·
Me too. I am truly concerned that the program intended to inform on and advance African America and the needs of African American-Americans is being, will be, subverted into a politically-driven propoganda-base turning the minds of our youth away from their heritage to augment that political agenda. PEACE Jim Chester
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Re: Changing 'black' studies for the times

James Wesley Chester ·
Re: Changing 'black' studies for the times
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Re: College "Education" Is BS

Pace Tua ·
Have to agree with you on this one, EP. For the most part, colleges and universities are institutions of conformity. I say this with some insight, having worked at UCSF in administration for eleven years. In general, colleges and universities are a mirror of the values of society. And in this society, the reflection is capitalism and power. For US colleges and universities, government funding, corporate funding, private grants, and alumnae contributions, pretty much spell status quo.
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Re: State of Black America hosted by Tavis on CSPAN now..

Nmaginate ·
No disagreement. The two can and should co-exist "peacefully" - i.e. in harmony and in conjunction. The problem though (and this may be pretty biased, coming from my Nationalist perspective)... none of those "Assimilationists" were talking about any essential changes that they wanted or demanded from the system. Name one change Cornell or Tavis demanded. If that were so, then there was plenty of room for common ground. Farrakhan referenced Thomas Jefferson's idea of Revolution where it is...
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Re: State of Black America hosted by Tavis on CSPAN now..

kresge ·
Cornel has definitely mollified his orientation over the last decade. There have actually been a number of books noting this. The West of Prophesy Deliverance who argued for a radical restructuring of society along progressive socialist lines is certainly no more. He is certainly more of an accomodationists (I am hesitant to classify him as an assimilationists. I reserve tha label for Uncle Clarence Thomas and Auntie Condi Rice). The irony is that West has fallen into the same trap that he...
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

FireFly ·
...that's a good question I want to read some answers guys, however the larger question is: are some men just incapable or maybe too insecure to ever do this? And why are some men proud to admit they 'aren't emotional'? huh? Or if they do open up emotionally, as soon as some challenge comes along they clam up or use BS excuses eg. "I'm an alpha male", because they are too emotionally insecure to deal with it. ok... back to the original context about all your out-for-booty 'friends'... How...
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

Khalliqa ·
I think men are just like women in terms of what they feel... maybe not the same intensity or in response to the same stimulus.... but they feel .... and just like any feeling human being.... they require trust and care before they will open up..... at least in my experience.... Peace, Virtue
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

folobatuyi ·
Hmm, art-gurl, Interesting question...I must say that the reason why men in general are not willing to be open to revealing their inner selves is quite simple: Men are simply (in general) not encouraged, not expected nor desired to be sensitive despite the outcry by ladies asking men to be sensitive. It simply boils down to in most cases, an example (of many) of the obvious double talk that plaques the male-female relationship these days. These guys are seemingly successful afterall the...
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

FireFly ·
yes, HB, I was very much in my own mindset here and totally oblivious to the less than a year's dating concept. My bad. After 3 outings however, I'd be expecting Mr Iceman to defrost and reveal his real self. Or as close as he can get. For me, 'just dating' is more like socializing. If both of you enjoy each others' company, it doesn't have to actually lead somewhere, but for me, I would rather put more energy into sustaining either long term friendships or long term relationships. I have...
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Re: College "Education" Is BS

Rowe ·
Great! I'm always appreciative of people who not only acknowledge problems in our educational system, but are also working towards solving those problems, whatever they may be. Ultimately, all of us know that the "educational system" is wrought with problems. Antiquated teaching methods based on an industrialized education model is just ONE of them. However, the question is what are you doing and what have you done to address what you perceive to be a problem. To be honest, I'm ready for...
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Re: Wear and Return

Khalliqa ·
I don't know if this is a moral issue.... hmmmm.... but as an etiquette issue I'd say it is inconsiderate..... It is inconsiderate to the store that is essentially selling used goods and to the customer who assumes a fresh new garment..... hmmm.. good questions Frenchy.... the word that has me stumped here is "suspect".... I don't like the idea of penalty upon "suspicion".... if its damaged that makes sense.... or if the customer admits to it.... perhaps.... maybe the answer is to begin with...
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Re: Men love promiscuous women..They just don't want to marry one.

bigddouble ·
It sounds like you're saying men should make their marriage decisions based on what other people think. I disagree. If I love a woman who is committed to a monogamous relationship with me, disease free & honest enough to inform of her past, why should I care what past lovers and other people outside of our relationship think? If I've decided that I'm OK with it, that's all that matters. I must be leading a blessed (or sheltered) life because I can't relate to your everyday scenario.
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Re: Men love promiscuous women..They just don't want to marry one.

Kai ·
Peace.... I think this is noble of you. However, what if this woman only ceased to live like this because she loves you? What will happen to the relationship once the two of you face a serious conflict? Would you trust her to take time away from you? Just asking....But..wouldn't you start wondering about what she might be doing? Kai
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Re: Men love promiscuous women..They just don't want to marry one.

bigddouble ·
If the trust, communication & fidelity in our relationship is that shallow, then neither of us were really ready for the covenant of marriage in the first place.
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Re: WHERE DO YOU STAND?

Mututsi60s ·
ZAKAR, you act like all you're doing is asking questions, but when you ask questions like, "How many of you actually think the European elites who run america will redistribute wealth or make life better for Africans?", you infuse an unsubstantiated opinion (European elites run America) with the question. I'm simply curious as to how you know, outside of your feelings, know that European elites run America? Often the opinions in your questions and comments come off as fact, when, really, as...
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Re: Men love promiscuous women..They just don't want to marry one.

HonestBrother ·
In particular, this You're kidding right? You think I'm going to believe that men don't look at those pictures because it excites them? Okay...... As far as being loose..... I don't think men who view photos such as this "think" much of anything...... However.... A woman with a thong on posing for God knows how many male strangers doing a close up of her rear simulating sexual movements or positions would be sending the message of sexual readiness and openness to hundreds (thousands?) of...
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Re: Kid Games

Frenchy ·
We used to reveal our crushes with Hangman. A boy would come up to you and ask you to play and his message would be something like "I like you" or "Frenchy is cute." Sometimes, right before you could completely figure it out, he would rip up the paper and run away. We used to do the same thing to boys. Too cute! I think I'd be eternally thrilled if someone did that to me now. My friends and I mastered Tic Tac Toe. It got to the point that every single game was a Tie. We spent hours playing...
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Re: Men love promiscuous women..They just don't want to marry one.

Kai ·
Peace.... Hiya folks...lets see how Honest, honest brother really is... Now I am gonna wager that despite the above statement, this lunatic will come back on this thread to comment... Heres why... This clown is actually delusional. He has insinuated that there is some hidden conflict behind the scenes that the rest of the board is not privy to. Oh this is rich, and pathetic, and really really sad. There is no conflict behind the scene folks... Honestbrother, you are simply a nut. I do not...
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Re: Thoughts on Class in America

FireFly ·
If I may be so bold MBM to make a suggestion... another interesting book is PULL by Pamela Laird. I've only dipped into it... it's like $60 hardcover over here It looks like 'your standard business networking book' but it talks about how America built its business networks to exclude all women and African Americans. This may be familiar territory to you but it looked an interesting and balanced read nonetheless. Pull Networking and Success since Benjamin Franklin Pamela Walker Laird...
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Re: African American Suicide

humblelynn ·
This dreadful stat became a reality in the lives of my family last year when my cousin committed suicide only days after his 26th birthday. I question why each and every day and wonder, what else could I have done. I ask myself "Why didn't I see it coming, and what words didn't I say that would have prevented this tragedy?" I truly didn't know the depth of his pain. I have been gravely ill for several years, and fighting for my own life. I just wish that he left more concrete signs so that I...
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Re: African American Suicide

HonestBrother ·
You have my condolences, Lynn... Thank you for sharing...And I wish you the best in your own fight for life.
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Re: Whitewashing the 10 Commandments

Faheem ·
We really need to see these movies for what they are, unprovoked psychological warfare, meant to convince the African that the Creator of the heavens and the earth is white. The psychological damage done to any and all Africans watching this madness is immesurable. At this point thiese movies do more to reaffirm and solidify the diety of white skin in the mind of the African and we, meaning all of Africa's children need to tune this garbage out and inform our children that there is nothing...
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Re: First Reaction...

Khalliqa ·
Hmmmmmm.... Fabulous... ~sigh~ {come closer dear} Fab: looking bewildered {yes, you dear.....} Fab: "Where are you?" {It's okay... I'm a gentle spirit.....} Fab: ....hesitantly......letting down her guard sloooowly..... "Okay..... What is it?" {I'm going to reveal to you the hidden secrets of "The Virtuous One"...... } { Virtue: lets her flowing silk purple robe flow around her legs as she sits..... and stares at Fabulous with a serene and pleasant smile on her face..... she blinks with...
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Re: First Reaction...

HonestBrother ·
<----- wiping the purple mist from his eyes, HB stares in disbelief as if he's just witnessed a Divine Visitation...
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Re: First Reaction...

Black Viking ·
Now I'm the one that's getting excited...
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Re: First Reaction...

HonestBrother ·
I never meant 2 cause u any sorrow I never meant 2 cause u any pain I only wanted 2 one time see u laughing I only wanted 2 see u laughing in the purple rain Purple rain purple rain Purple rain purple rain Purple rain purple rain I only wanted 2 see u bathing in the purple rain I never wanted 2 be your weekend lover I only wanted 2 be some kind of friend Baby I could never steal u from another It's such a shame our friendship had 2 end Purple rain purple rain Purple rain purple rain Purple...
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Re: First Reaction...

Khalliqa ·
You're sweet HB.... Really sweet... Peace, Virtue
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Re: First Reaction...

Black Viking ·
Very, very well done Brother... I wish I'd thought of it.
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Re: Why do men hurt us?????

Khalliqa ·
Rowe.... no, sister.... My apologies.... sincerely..... I have much to get through emotionally..... and I have to reign it in when I end up channeling my pain to someone unintended..... Yes.... That's a good point..... but.... we do not date... in the Nation.... we court..... meaning.... brothers don't ask for sisters unless they wish to marry them.... usually by the time a brother asks for you..... you have pretty much established a working relationship together ...... so "dating"...
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Re: Whitewashing the 10 Commandments

Dissident ·
Most of these people are not interested in historical truth. Regardless what the evidence says they will push the idea of the Bible and ancient KMT as a white derivation. This however grossly contradicts the facts of ancient historians and modern science. Cultural banditry of the Bible and KMT (black history in essence) is an exercise in historical imperialism that is intended to make the Bible and KMT a white civilization no matter what the facts and the truth reveal. No matter how much...
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Re: Men... tell it like it is!

bigddouble ·
Thanks for the responses. I wasn't asking leading questions or trying to bait you. I know that sometimes behaviors are misread along gender lines. Just trying to do some translation. Back to the venting: Why do some aggressive women pretend to be passive at the onset of a relationship, then reveal their true selves later? Aren't you setting false expectations for the man when you do this?
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

ma'am ·
Men, what do you need before you feel compelled to reveal your souls? *grabs notepad*
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

HonestBrother ·
There are degrees of self-revelation... The answer depends on 1. What you consider to be "opening up". I'm not going to give more than I think you're ready for. 2. How much I trust you. I'm not going to give more than I think I'm ready for. BTW, question for the ladies: What DO you consider to be opening up?
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

xxGAMBITxx ·
Never again. My soul is off limits from here on out. Women are not interested in a man "opening up his soul". I feel that's an Oprah/Dr. Phil euphamism for "emotional manipulation".
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

HonestBrother ·
A lot of women aren't ready for what they see... I think many may have romance novel notions of what to expect and are not prepared for the emotional life of a flesh and blood man. I found it interesting for example to see female reactions to xxGambitxx's thread about his bad date . And strangely enough, I've found sistas to be worse about this - not to start controversy... but it is my experience. Some sistas are not prepared to see/accept our woundedness (for example). You reveal too much...
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Re: "Church Of The Spread Legs"

MidLifeMan ·
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Re: Appreciating Black Beauty

Rowe ·
I believe the original question, asked by Brother Viking, was to us. Basically, he wanted to know how is it that Black men can seemingly "ignore" the bombardment of White images of beauty disseminated by the media and Black women cannot. But I'm sorry to inform him that this is simply not the case. The truth is, Black men are just as affected by these images as Black women. I think it was Honestbrother who said that he avoids the media's influence by simply "turning off the television." This...
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Re: Something of a Revelation

soul_doctor73 ·
If you took the time to actually use your brain, to do some research, you would find out that it doesn' matter if Eve, Adam, Enoch or even Abraham lived. I'll go you one further, if you were using your brain, you would find that it doesn't even matter if there was an Israel, a Twleve Tribes, Elohim, or even a Jesus. Truth be told, no religious holy book on the face of this planet would be relevant to you. If you were using your brain. Maybe you can't comprehend that. Maybe Melesi can't...
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Re: How Do You Know.... If A Person is RACIST?

Nmaginate ·
I don't by that personal experience bull... According to info. I've read and living in the Mid-West as my personal experience backdrop, the Avg. White person lives in 80% plus White communities versus 50% for Blacks even in the most concentrated areas which, of course, aren't nearly as numerous. So it's a complete crock to think that all those Whites that may hardly ever come into contact with Blacks, let alone in a situation where Blacks are their social equals (job position wise)... it's...
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Re: White House Scandal

jazzdog ·
If I remember correctly they did accuse Clinton's administration of aiding the Chinese in the gaining of technology that could be used for military purposes. I also believe that a big show over that fact was made by conservatives and their political and media allies. To think that someone would release the name of a covert CIA agent for political purposes is just unbelieveable and a crime.
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Re: Something of a Revelation

Melesi ·
How quickly you turn from the subject. From silly questions you go immediately to Christians not standing to be asked about their works. The one has nothing to do with the other. What have I been doing but allowing you to ask any question? All I asked you to do was to ask one question and stay on that subject long enough to deal with it. You have in fact asked about works and I have answered your questions. This is far from not being able to "stand" being asked about works. But of course,...
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Re: Muslim girl suspended for head scarf

Nmaginate ·
Quickly that's not what I'm saying at all... What I was trying to illustrate is that it - Islam - is so unique in it's practice (to my knowledge) that saying this is an example of "showing favor to a religion" to the exclusion of others is inaccurate, simplistic and devoid of understanding. I will remind you that the thread is about a School Dress Code... you interjected PRAYER. And any reference to Jewish head-dress in the source article was hypothetical and for all reality, case specific...
 
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