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Re: Constructive Feedback Is Right!!

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
At the end of either process the Black baby is................? 1) Alive because "We know not the womb that holds the king"? or 2) Disposed of? Problem solved. **** Nick Cannon - "Can I Live?" Good thing HIS mother didn't express her "choice" http://www.nickcannonmusic.com/caniliveqt.html
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Re: 2005--In Loving Memory Of....

Fine ·
Thx folobatuyi and HonestBrother. LOL--I have a revision: AITKEN, LAUREL/78 -- JAMAICAN SINGER BENNETT-SATTLER, JUDITH/54 -- ABUSE AGENCY LEADER BAIRD, HARRY/74 -- BRITISH ACTOR BAUGH, CECIL/96 -- JAMAICAN POTTER BENSON, RENALDO "OBIE"/69 -- MEMBER OF THE FOUR TOPS GROUP BENTLEY, LAMONT/31 -- ACTOR BERESFORD, RANDOLPH/91 -- BRITISH MAYOR OF HAMMERSMITH AND FULHAM BROWN JR., OSCAR/78 -- SINGER/SONWRITER/ACTOR/PLAYWRIGHT CAMPBELL, LITTLE MILTON/70 -- BLUES ARTIST CARGILLE, PETER/41 -- JAMAICAN...
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Re: ECA Stack

Frenchy ·
Thanks, D . It's my understanding that the aspirin prolongs the thermogenic effect. Not so? I'd prefer something with as little "buzz" as possible. Don't want to be a wreck at the office. The original Xenadrine formula made my hands tremble for a couple of days. Not. Cute. Someone mentioned adding codeine to the stack to "take the edge off." Heard of that? Glad you recommended the pre-made stack. I'm a bit hesitant to ask a pharmacist for Bronkaid and apparently pure ephedrine is one of the...
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Re: ECA Stack

kresge ·
Sorry just seeing this, but DD gave a better summary than I could do. Yeah, you can't get the pure ephedrine HCL anymore. Maybe it was just psychosomatic, but I think it worked better for me than the formulations with ephedra or even the ephedrine sulfate in Bronkaid. As dd said, I don't think the aspirin is necessary in the stack. I have never used the preformulated varieties. I preferred the control and price of purchasing the E and C separately. With respect to the jitters, that tends to...
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Re: Teacher suspended for ten days, after calling student Nigga!

Nmaginate ·
"Very mistaken" When Rickey Moore's friends mourned his death last month, they built a wooden memorial with a cardboard sign for handwritten tributes from friends. One of the first tributes read: "To my nigga forever. We miss you already." A more recent tribute says: "We gon miss you my nigga." Yet the white Cincinnati police officer who shot Mr. Moore was disciplined five years earlier for using the same n-word variation. Officer Thomas Haas says he was trying to subdue a difficult prisoner...
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Rowe ·
I'm in a melancholic mood, so I'm listening to Anthony Hamilton, "Never Love Again" CD Title: Ain't Nobody Worryin' It's really helping me work through some stuff.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

msprettygirl ·
anthony hamilton-pass me over
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

TruthSeeker ·
Anthony Hamilton and Lalah Hathaway.
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Re: How many thought Willie Lynch was real?

Our Empowerment ·
Just thougt you might want the unabridged version, instead of just the reviews. > ... its time for Prosperity > > > [This message was edited by Our Empowerment on October 09, 2003 at 02:44 AM.]
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Re: Police in Cincinnati??... Again?

ThaWatcher ·
CINCINNATI, Ohio (CNN) -- A 350-pound man who died after being beaten by police when they tried to subdue him had an enlarged heart, and cocaine and PCP in his system, the Hamilton County coroner's office said Monday. A statement from coroner Carl Parrott Jr. said Nathaniel Jones, 41, "had a markedly enlarged heart, consistent with hypertensive heart disease." Preliminary results of drug testing showed the presence of cocaine and PCP, or "angel dust," in Jones' system, the coroner's...
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Re: Black Women vs. White women:SHOSHANNA JOHNSON VS. JESSICA LYNCH!

Prophetessofrage ·
AFRO BELLES -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- White Women: The Silent Racist All too often when people think of racist they envision the white male. The confederate flag-totting red neck, the red-faced arrogant supervisor, or the corporate god sitting on the golden throne of a large company, but never does the image of the white woman fit the profile of a racist. Why? because most people view the white woman as an advocate against racism and the...
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Re: Police in Cincinnati??... Again?

Nmaginate ·
Coroner rules Cincinnati death a homicide CINCINNATI, Ohio (CNN) -- The Hamilton County coroner Wednesday said the violent struggle over the weekend between 350-pound Nathaniel Jones and Cincinnati police officers was the immediate cause of the man's death and said his death will be ruled a homicide...
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Re: Put Martin Luther King Jr. on the $20 bill

Yssys (Guest) ·
They already have a black man on the $20 bill, Alexander Hamilton. Read about it in J.A. Rogers "5 Negro Presidents". You'll see his real portrait and his "white" portrait. They look nothing alike.
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Re: Put Martin Luther King Jr. on the $20 bill

Huey ·
Don't you mean the $10 dollar bill? Alexander Hamilton is on the $10 bill. Andrew Jackson, the 7th US President, is on the $20 dollar bill. Are you talking about Jackson or Hamilton?
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Re: Blacks and Guns

Vox ·
The founders were interested in preventing the government from raising a "standing army," which was an army of lifetime professionals loyal to the interests of those in power, who would fight for those interests even at the expense of the interests of the masses. In England, the King's standing army and the militia were comprised of people from the highest classes. These were the people who benefitted from the same system that benefitted the king. Specifically, the standing army was...
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Re: Blacks and Guns

Vox ·
What's the relevance in your point about there being no king? The point, as you note, was to prevent tyranny. There need not be a monarchy to result in tyranny. I'm at work, so I have to make this brief. First, "well-regulated" meant, basically, controlled, armed, and directed uniformly under central organization. Alexander Hamilton argued strongly that the feds should have "the power of regulating the militia." He said, "This desirable uniformity can only be accomplished by confiding the...
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Re: Blacks and Guns

Vox ·
No, but a fighting force made intentionally select in its membership, could very well have been used for the purpose of advancing government's will over that of the people. The clear import of Hamilton and the Annals transcript is that the broader and more "everyday" the population from whence militia membership is derived, the less the people have to fear that the militia will fight against the interests of everyday people.
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Re: Affirmative Action in Higher Education: Why Grutter Was Correctly Decided

Kevin41 ·
A little racist history in academia......for the unknowing ignorant, white-defender blacks...... The Leading Academic Racists of the Twentieth Century Editor's Note: The twentieth century produced a bounty of academic racists who openly declared the biological inferiority of black people. Many of them were generously funded by Wickliffe Draper's Pioneer Fund. by William H. Tucker Unfortunately, the term "racist" is invoked all too frequently and much too imprecisely, regularly applied to...
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Re: Independence Day, 1841

James Wesley Chester ·
Thanks Sandye The words deserve to be said every Independence Day. Incidentally, I just listened to Christopher Hitchens on C-SPAN2. He wrote 'Thomas Jefferson: Author of America' I mention it because he added fuel to my contention about Alexander Hamilton being, in part, of unknown African ancestry. He (Hitchens) reports Jefferson's intense dislike of Hamilton, in part, because he (Jefferson) believe Hamilton to be in part 'black'. John Adams whom Jefferson also dislike intensely, and Adams...
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Re: The Anti-Black Default

XMACHINA ·
As I see it, the problem with this article is Mr. Charles using cultural "anti-Black programming" to explain what is often nothing more than a tendency for people to use a type of "verbal shorthand," or a tendency toward rhetorical exaggeration. Unflattering overgeneralizations about one's self-proclaimed demographic are not usually pronouncements of the belief that a whole group is guilty of the offending behavior. Rather, those exaggerations are usually the way people express that they...
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Re: AT IT AGAIN ~ Cosby playing HNIC

Blake Manner ·
Re: AT IT AGAIN ~ Cosby playing HNIC
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Re: No Spend Zone

Fine ·
Kevin41--I agree. I just happened upon this piece of information a couple of days ago. I believe the main crux of [CR Hamilton - Afromerica]'s idea is to eliminate holiday spending. Not to halt basic substanance! sunnubian--I could not agree with you more, I regret that I did not p/u the information before now. Flexiblity-in-planning is the key to any well thought out plan-of-action. The idea here is to put a lid on holiday spending, period (ie. Thanksgiving-New Years.) It's hard, I know,...
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Re: Can Black people take control of America?

Fine ·
Economically, yes. But no one is interested in a No Spend Zone--black out: http://www.afromerica.com/ezine/archives/blackpoweroutage.html BLACK AMERICA'S NO SPEND ZONE: THE BLACK POWER OUTAGE "Our Power is One Power." Nov. 1, 2005 - Jan. 1, 2006 They left us without for 5 days? Let's leave them without for 2 months. They portray us as looters? Let's refrain from purchasing their goods. Afromerica, readers, affiliates and millions of Black American's will conduct a show of Black Power...
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Re: The Police who protect you everyday

Fine ·
Nope you would be politically correct, SS! Fine ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Here in the "nasti nati" when police are 'caught in the act' of serving and protecting they are eventually exonerated and awarded backpay... City ordered to rehire officer Appeals court backs arbitrator http://news.cincypost.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20051124/NEWS01/511240351 By Kevin Eigelbach Post staff reporter The Ohio Court of Appeals has ordered the city of Cincinnati to reinstate an officer dismissed in connection with...
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Re: Jamie Foxx Asks Governor Swarzenegger For Clemency of "Tookie"

Michael ·
November 20, 2005 A Strong Argument for the Death Penalty By Debra Saunders Clarence Ray Allen provides the strongest argument I've seen for the death penalty. Allen is slated to be executed on Jan. 17. He ordered the death of several witnesses who had testified against him from prison while he was serving a sentence of life without parole for the murder of another witness. As a result, three innocent people are dead. They've been dead for 25 years. "This is probably the paradigm of a...
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Re: Ignorance -- Refried...!

James Wesley Chester ·
Some were mulutto--like the 5 black presidents that looked white here in AmeriKKKa.---Fine You knew of course this is 'red meat' for me. I happen to believe Alexander Hamilton, one of our 'Founding Fathers' was of unknown African ancesty. So...I have long had my suspicions about Lincoln, and Warren Harding. Who are the five on your list? PEACE Jim Chester
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Re: WELCOME TO TRUMP'S AMERICA [IT'S "GREAT" AGAIN]

Kocolicious ·
That is why we MUST stay ALERT. And catch these psychological distractions cuz the Trump Camp really THINK the America people are STUPID. Another ploy to trigger a distract is this Watch The ‘Hamilton’ Cast Deliver A Powerful Message To Mike Pence “We are the diverse America, who are alarmed and anxious that your new administration will not protect us.” 11/19/2016 01:34 am ET | Updated 1 day ago 75k Carla Herreria Senior Writer, HuffPost Hawaii Hamilton Musical / Twitter “Hamilton” had a...
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Re: Black America and Gun Control

Vox ·
Lea, the Founders weren't concerned in the 2nd Amendment with heraldry or trying to prevent a nobility. All the 2nd Amendment aimed to do was prevent Congress from denying to any citizen the right to serve. In the congressional debate transcript, the "right to keep and bear arms" is used synonymously with the right to serve; it doesn't seem to have anything to do, in their minds, with class or heraldry. In Federalist paper #29, Hamilton makes reference to "allowing the yeomanry and all other...
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Re: Affirmative Action For Whites, Part CLVII

MBM ·
I know that this article is off topic, per se, but it speaks to my last post about the 'class warfare' that Bush is waging against this country. Again, it amazes me how anyone outside of the privileged elite can vote for this guy. Leave No Millionaire Behind Driven by hollow political priorities, the Bush administration's disastrous economic policies are undermining our national ideals. Arthur I. Blaustein July 21, 2003 The President and his party have cooked up the ultimate recipe for...
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Re: What was the BEST concert that you've seen?

AudioGuy ·
It is hard to say which was best, but I'll give you the top 5 - in any order: Goodie Mob/Fugees/Roots Sade - 1986 tour Kindred/Anthony Hamilton Kindred/Fertile Ground Lizz Wright Hon. Mention: Erika Badu @ a small club in D.C.
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Re: Celebrity Real Names

Khalliqa ·
Attitude - Timothy Clayton Blu - Johnson Barnes Chris Rock - Christopher Julius Rock III Coco [Ice-T's Wife] - Nicole Austin Foxx - Jonathan Reed Gorilla Zoe - Alonzo Mathis Hot Dollar - Leon Gray Hurricane Chris - Chris Dooley J-Live - Jean-Jacques Cadet J. Holiday - Nahum Grymes Kat DeLuna - Kathleen Emperatriz DeLuna Keri Hilson - Keri Hilson Phunk Dawg - Earl Williams Scott Storch - Scott Spencer Sean Kingston - Kisean Anderson Sha Money XL - Michael Clervoix III Soulja Boy - DeAndre Way...
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Re: Greg Palast: Kerry Won...

ricardomath ·
An Election Spoiled Rotten Greg Palast November 01, 2004 It's not even Election Day yet, and the Kerry-Edwards campaign is already down by almost a million votes. That's because, in important states like Ohio, Florida and New Mexico, voter names have been systematically removed from the rolls and absentee ballots have been overlooked"”overwhelmingly in minority areas, like Rio Arriba County, New Mexico, where Hispanic voters have a 500 percent greater chance of their vote being "spoiled."...
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Re: Power! Who has it?

Popcorn ·
Actually power belongs to "the select few", as stated by some of our..ugh,"founding fathers", notably pre-capitalist James Madison. Madison stated that "power must be delegated to the wealth of nations, the more capable set of men". This "capable set of men" were "to protect the minority of the opulent against the majority". He went on to say that "faith must be placed in the hands of the enlightened statesmen and the benevolent philosopher" and must be guarded against the "mischief of...
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Re: Power! Who has it?

James Wesley Chester ·
These sentiments were stated earlier by another of our FFs, Alexander Hamilton, that dude you see on the $20 bill. Hamilton, no real believer in democracy declared that,"the great beast" must not be allowed to stray from it's proper confines.---Popcorn This is a 'small' aside, but speaking of the unexpected resting place of power, noting Alexander Hamilton is one of my 'pet projects'. I was never taught about the Federalist Papers, and had always been uncomfortable calling these men,...
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Re: Power! Who has it?

Popcorn ·
JWC, Whoa, is right. I haven't read "John Adams" but it's on my list. You say Hamilton is one of your pet projects. I hope you don't approve of his ideas or behavior. And I have never felt comfortable with the "founding fathers" phrase, either. It implies something benign, or someone deserving of great respect for their imagination, self-sacrifice, morals, or ethics. For some of our FF, the motivating force in their lives was nothing but self-interest. All that stuff we learned in elementary...
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Re: Power! Who has it?

James Wesley Chester ·
Ignorance is the sustaining ingredient of political power, AND...religious power. Finally, much of modern history reflects these conflicts over who will make decisions and how, conflicts between "the more capable set of men" and those who long and hope for true democracy.---Popcorn Invincible ignorance is the life-blood of societies, and regimes. I must say I always feel a 'spark' of pride in the John Adams' 'creole bastard' co-founder, Alexander Hamilton. A brutha 'on the scene' from the...
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Re: This is why people are "Occupying Wall Street"

sunnubian ·
Here is a list of companies we've confirmed are "Exporting America." These are U.S. companies either sending American jobs overseas, or choosing to employ cheap overseas labor, instead of American workers. A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | I | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | Q | R | S | T | U | V | W | X | Y | Z 3Com 3M A Aalfs Manufacturing Aavid Thermal Technologies ABC-NACO Accenture Access Electronics Accuride Corporation Accuride International Adaptec ADC Adobe Systems Advanced Energy...
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Re: Rapper Heavy D dies at 44

EbonyRose ·
Tears, Joy and Music Abound at Heavy D Funeral Date: Monday, November 21, 2011 By: Kenya N. Byrd, Special to BlackAmericaWeb.com CLICK HERE to view 'We Remember Heavy D' photo gallery. Sean "Diddy" Combs pays tribute to hip-hop star Heavy D during his funeral at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon. NY. (AP) Although there was not a dry eye at Grace Baptist Church in Mount Vernon, New York during Friday's homegoing service for Dwight Arrington Myers, known to the world as rapper Heavy D, his...
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Re: An example why Florida is looking pretty stupid.

sunnubian ·
Re: An example why Florida is looking pretty stupid.
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Re: Alveda King To Attend Glen Beck Rally

sunnubian ·
Glenn Beck is NOT Martin Luther King Jr.! Coalition of Interfaith and Civic Leaders Expressed Outrage at Beck's Attempt to Usurp Martin Luther King Jr.'s Civil Rights Legacy Debuted Brave New Foundation's "Glenn Beck Is Not Martin Luther King Jr." Short LOS ANGELES - August 27 - Religious leaders today unveiled "Glenn Beck Is No Martin Luther King, Jr." a new online short from Brave New Foundation to express outrage over Glenn Beck's 'Restore Honor' rally and his attempt to usurp the memory...
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Re: Sisters get double life for $11 robbery

EbonyRose ·
Guest Commentary: An Urgent Movement for Justice Date: Tuesday, January 4, 2011 By: Benjamin Todd Jealous, Special to BlackAmericaWeb.com During the past two weeks, in response to successful grassroots campaigns, two governors have released black Americans who had been railroaded by our nation’s criminal justice system. Together, these cases speak to the urgent need for the work the NAACP and our allies are doing to encourage more governors to use their clemency authority as our nation’s...
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Re: Really? 12-Year-Old Black Boy Suspended For Staring At A White Girl!

sunnubian ·
12-Year-Old Black Student Suspended for Staring at White Classmate Indicates a Bigger Problem With Unequal Discipline October 5, 2015 | Posted by Manny Otiko Candice Tolbert’s son was suspended for staring at a white classmate. A 12-year-old Ohio student was suspended from school for staring at a female classmate, according to Fox19 NOW. The two students were playing a staring game when the female student, who is white, said she felt “fearful.” The male student, who is Black, was suspended...
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Re: 50 Years After the Watts Riots, the Original Black Lives Matter Protest

sunnubian ·
Rosewood, Fla.: A Massacre That Won't Be Forgotten ******************************************************** Greenwood , Tulsa, Oklahoma “Black Wall Street” (May 31 – June 1, 1921) The Black Holocaust Society PRESENTS "A Black Holocaust in America" The Tulsa Race Riot of 1921 Top Photo: Copyright Black Holocaust Society 2003 AN AMERICAN HISTORIC HORROR ********************************************************* Atlanta Race Riot (1906) Chicago Race Riots (1919) Rosewood Massacre (1923)...
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Re: The United States Capitol Is Basically A Confederate Statue Bazaar

sunnubian ·
" . . . Alexander Hamilton Stephens, who served as vice president of the Confederacy. The statue describes him as "STATESMAN - AUTHOR - PATRIOT." ***************************************************** His statute not only needs to immediately be removed, [Something President Obama could do by by Executive Order, I'm sure], but it needs to be taken out and cremated down to freaking ashes on the White House lawn, (the FRONT Lawn)! and after dogs piss all over his ashes, they need to be taken to...
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Re: Police: History - Early Policing In Colonial America

Fabulous ·
Important Dates in Law Enforcement History Milestones in the History of the Profession 1600s April 1635 The City of Boston establishes the first system of law enforcement in the 13 colonies. Called the "night watch," officers served part-time, without pay. 1700s 1712 The City of Boston hires the first full-time, paid law enforcement officers in the 13 colonies. September 24, 1789 The United States Congress creates the first Federal law enforcement officer, the United States Marshal. Thirteen...
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Re: My recent Tedx Talk: 'The Audacity of Robert Smalls'

DennisKalita ·
MB, do you know the play Hamilton currently on Broadway, NY? http://www.newyorker.com/magaz...2015/02/09/hamiltons I think it might interest Lin-Manuel Miranda. The story of a man overcoming hell. The theme is mythic.
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Re: HOW THEY STILL LYNCH BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

sunnubian ·
Aaron Hunter Brandon Payne Dane Garrett Scott Jr. Devante Brown Aaron Nathaniel McCoy Burrell Ramsey Wright Daniel Exum Devante Bowman Aaron Palmer Calvin Lee Robinson Dannaer Fields Dewayne Bailey Abdelle Jean St. Ange Calvin Wallace Danny David Ferguson Dewayne North Adaisha Miller Canard Arnold Dante Price Divonte Young Ahmede Jabber Bradley Carl Anthony Tatum Darnell C. Robinson Dominique Campbell Alan Blueford Carleton J. Wallace Darnesha Harris Donald Johnson Albert Jermaine Payton...
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Re: Omaha, Nebraska: Police union draws fire over swearing toddler 'thug' video

sunnubian ·
Mother of toddler in 'thug' video says her son is smart, does not curse By Faith Karimi and Matt Smith , CNN updated 4:34 AM EST, Fri January 10, 2014 Mother of cursing toddler speaks out STORY HIGHLIGHTS Video shows toddler bombarded with obscenities, coaxed to respond in kind "He's a smart little boy. All that cussing that he did, he doesn't do that," mom says Mom says as long as his diaper and house were clean, there was no reason to worry ACLU and African-American leaders blast the video...
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Re: This is the brotha who bleached his skin...."Dancehall Star Vybz Kartel Convicted of Murder"

Kocolicious ·
Here's more..... The rise and fall of Vybz Kartel BY KARYL WALKER Editor - Crime/Court Desk walkerk@jamaicaobserver.com Sunday, March 16, 2014 40 Comments BOUNTY KILLER ... Kartel penned songs for him (right) KARTEL... ‘My Lord, I bleach my skin and I am heavily tattooed’ NEXT week Thursday the nation will know the fate of convicted entertainer Vybz Kartel as Justice Lennox Campbell will sentence him and his three co-accused. After being found guilty of murder on Thursday, the glamourous...
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Re: Carfentanil Mega Opiod hits the Streets - Overdoes going up

DennisKalita ·
China makes the poison in labs and sells it here. People can make it cheaper and locally, making it easier to get than heroin. Look out. http://www.npr.org/sections/he...-hitting-the-streets An Even Deadlier Opioid, Carfentanil, Is Hitting The Streets First responders have found that standard doses of naloxone aren't always enough to counteract the powerful sedating effects of carfentanil. Ted Horowitz/Getty Images A powerful drug that's normally used to tranquilize elephants is being blamed...
 
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