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Re: Halle Berry in "Monster's Ball"

Huey ·
It's not about being shallow, it's about being consistent. Now if I was going to talk about sisters being shallow in a movie, I can easily talk about "Waiting To Exhale," when Lela Rochon's character fell in bed with that fat guy. She didn't even like the guy, had sex with him anyway, and then have the nerve to complain how he wasn't good. If that's not shallow, I don't know what is. That one sex scene with Halle and Billy Bob has been talked about like it was the unforgivable sin. Has...
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Re: Halle Berry in "Monster's Ball"

NSpirit ·
Huey, I don't think you quite understand where i'm coming from. Furthermore since there are no racist, dick weilding white men in either Waiting To Exhale or Jason's Lyric, I'm not sure of the relevance. Both of those movies featured black men and black women attempting to be in relationship. Monster's Ball is about race and racism. The movie seems to make several statements, not just the sex scene... shouldn't you feel some sense of indignation that the movie seems to suggest that even a...
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Re: Halle Berry in "Monster's Ball"

Huey ·
Yes we can, but how can we discuss it beyond the movie beyond the sex scene if that scene is the one thing or one of the things that so many are stuck on? [This message was edited by Huey on November 11, 2003 at 02:01 PM.]
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Re: Pseudo-Blackness

Nmaginate ·
C'mon PSEUDO-IRON... Perhaps that can be mitigated by a few socially conscious persons (amongst a sea of people who aren't...) PERHAPS = something open to doubt or conjecture Throughout my post I not only presented why I doubted and didn't WANT or prefer your Infiltration Insertion FANTASY... I sternly REBUKED it. Now, the EITHER OR vs BOTH AND statement just showed how I have no problems with DELUSIONAL people like you pursuing what you like... But, again, what I WANTED, what I preferred,...
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Re: Larry Elder: Black anti-semitism

Oshun Auset ·
Larry Elder is a patsy for international finance capital and imperialism. Anywhere else in the world condemnation for the imperialist occupation of Palestine is not considered an 'anti-Jewish' sentiment. Israel recieves 1/3 of U.S. foreign aid because it is the American imperialist outpost in the Middle East, ready to do it's dirty work(fighting Syrian funded Hezbollah in Lebenon, which will be the excuse the U.S. needed to invade Syria, if Israel doesn't do it for them). Hence anything said...
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Re: Caribbean/African Voodoo

helen ·
http://acc6.its.brooklyn.cuny.edu/%7Escintech/mercury/MagicSpells.htm To Get Married This spell was designed to force a reluctant man into marriage. The main ingredient of the spell is the man's hair, which must be gathered and placed in a small wad of cotton without him knowing what it will be used for. The cotton is formed into a wick by rolling it between the fingers until some of it protrudes from teh rest of the cotton. This crude wick is used in an oil lamp that requires the following...
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Re: Does anyone remember Betty Davis?

jefkal ·
I happened on Betty's "Nasty Gal" lp thanks to Bay Area public radio, not long after the record was released. Later, I realized the album's intensity and lyric content were the one of the closest things I'd ever experienced to good psychotherapy. Much later, I was happy to find this and other Betty side rereleased in cd format. . . but without those vital lyrics in print, and with few notes.
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Re: Survey Shows Most Blacks Favor Slavery Reparations

Nmaginate ·
It sure is fascinating that the fallback position of anti-reparationists (of all persuasions) is: Knowing white people it will never happen in America. Ever! That being the case, that always being a part, hell a ploy, of their positions? Why bother to pretend as if they are quarreling with the merits of the argument for Reparations? What part of the "It's Not Going To Happen" lyric even begins to be in a discussion about the merits of Reparations? N-Alien claimed to differ under this...
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Re: Movie - Crash

Shadow ·
I'm sure you've seen THE COLOR PUrPLE, ShaKA ZULA, ANd RAbbit Proof FENce? ALL great movies. ALL have scenes in which a BLack Sista is harmed. But! they all have positive messages about Black sistas. YOu can also try>> A Private Affair, All about You, and of course Jason Lyric.
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Re: Real Sex Scene in "Monster's Ball"

Solitude0309 ·
Are you sure....have you ever seen... Jason's Lyric....or how about Spike Lee's - She Hate Me
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Re: Real Sex Scene in "Monster's Ball"

Huey ·
That's what I'm talking about. How can someone say "Monster's Ball" was so graphic, yet in Jason's Lyric, Jada Pinkett(Smith) and Allan Payne were both butt-naked in a field of flowers, IN THE 'HOOD. Where in the hell in any 'hood in America, where black people have sex in the outdoors, in a field of flowers where kids play? You know that some !
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Re: For the Sistas of AA.org

HonestBrother ·
Brown Skin Lady Black Star [mos def] Be like yo, let me ask you somethin I wanna know, I wanna know who you are *mos def singing* [mos] brown skin lady, hey hey [talib] yes [mos] where you goin [talib] this goes to the brown skin ladies [mos] brown skin lady [talib] yo, indigineous women of the planet earth [mos] what you doin? [talib] givin birth to the brown skin ladies first [mos] brown skin lady [talib] for what it's worth, from me to you [mos] how do you feel? [talib] from me to you,...
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Re: Men: Ask Women

FireFly ·
I am not advocating no thongs... I guess I'm advocating take a spare in your purse... ready at all times, lol Oh... the alternative to no pantyline are those seamless sheer lyric-style panties. Not saying these look sexy in themselves. [ok I've seen fit to self-edit here - sorry if I've offended anyone.] I think it is the ever-vicious cycle of aethetics vs. practical vs. visceral and sexy . In other words... always be prepared .
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Re: Men: Ask Women

ma'am ·
Commando.
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Re: Biggie vs Pac

MidLifeMan ·
Biggie may have been big but Pac had more "meat on his bones" when it came to his lyric. If you haven't seen it already check out Ressurection: Tupac Shakur
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Re: Biggie vs Pac

SistahSouljah ·
Yeah that was a great movie... Pac all the way. He was twisted and tormented and yes, a little crazy and confused, but he was Pac nonetheless.
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Re: WHY BLACK WOMEN ARE AGING ALONE

Kocolicious ·
This is a white girl writing this. Historically massa and his chillern always wanna narrate our story. They don't know. I do know however. In my spot of the world, I know a lot black women LOVING living alone-doesn't mean they don't have a significant other. Just means they prefer to live alone. After raising children and taking care of family and always putting herself last. A lot of black women embrace the serenity, private space and FREEDOM to do what the fock they want. It's white women...
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Re: Shout out to Gayle King!! RRSOTD

Kocolicious ·
Im kinda neutral about Gayle..personally. But I suppose there could be some racists/trump supporters working for cbs. And this was a deliberate move to smear her and stain her reputation-making her appear to be a heartless journalist digging for dirt during the time of Kobe's unexpected demise. I see it as a ploy to discredit Gayle for being outspoken about what's going on under this presidency. I look at the photo of Gayle in the above post and think how can you possibly know what MEN...
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Re: Shout out to Gayle King!! RRSOTD

RadioRaheem ·
*I think Gayle, and by extension Oprah, need to understand that this is a new day. You can no longer attack other Black people (or their legacy) without a big response. Let's me be clear, Gayle was a puppet for the suburban soccer moms that think that every Black person is guilty regardless of the court decision. They hate Kobe and any other Black person that isn't buck dancing for a dollar. They can't stand him and they NEEDED Gayle to hit up his friends with rape case questions. Gayle...
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Re: Eminem

little minx ·
what surprises me is the fact that no one has mentioned eminem's offense lyrics. perhaps i missed a post, as i was only skimming. well i think he has a way with a rhyme. sure. i don't have a problem with a white rapper. well,not really. but truth be told, most rap albums are bought by suburban white kids. traditionally folks in the hood do not rush to the record store when they can just tape it or pirate it. so who am i to say that the folks who seem to be buying it shouldn't have a...
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Re: y'all help me out with this private debate!!

Nykkii ·
msprettygirl..i think it's great that you clarify for yourself and anyone else on the site the meaning or reason why you chose the username you did. please, please, PLEASE do not take the silly little poll question to mean anything derogatory towards you. (or anyone else's name listed in the question). the basis of the debate was...this one 'someone' on the site thinks that women get more responses to their topics than this particular person because of our suggestive, catchy, cute, female...
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Re: NIGGARDLY...

Vox ·
I'm not sure I agree with Lea that it was an overreaction. I agree more with Negrospiritual's assessment. No way in these modern times can a person use or hear the word "niggardly" without thinking about the N-word, which is probably the most painful word in the English language. Even though the words are unrelated, they sound related enough. Here's a similar example to illustrate the point: There are two classic rap records from 1994. One is "Juicy" by Notorious B.I.G., & the other is...
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Re: Halle Berry in "Monster's Ball"

Huey ·
I didn't think that she did more harm than good, simply for the fact that she had the guts to act in a role that people thought she was too pretty to portray. Aside from winning the Oscar, she did an awesome act. I didn't think she could act that well, especially when she was spanking her overweight son...brutal. IMO, there are a lot more worse acts that women, regardless of race, have done far worse than what Halle did. For example: If somebody is upset at Halle, then why don't they also...
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Re: Help, I need some family advice ...

Nykkii ·
so how does that logic follow the beyonce lyric--that we want our unborn sons and our husbands to be like our daddys. to me that sounds more like--i love my daddy and want the men in my life to be just like him. red BLACK green
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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: Black Movies

msprettygirl ·
Jason's Lyric-Jada Pinkett and Allen Paine
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Re: Russell Simmons Rips Lowe's for Pulling Muslim-Show Ads

sunnubian ·
Simmons is right on this issue. What I don't understand about Simmons is how he can be so "enlightened" now, about this and really, many other issues, yet, still will not publicly state the damage that hardcore , materialistic , violent , sexually misogynist and blatantly sexually promiscuous rap (that somehow deliberately, it seems, never contains not one lyric about staying in school, or going to college or anything else intellectual), has done to African American youth and the African...
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Re: Dr. Dre Says He Regrets Beating Up A Female Journalist In The '90s

Kocolicious ·
THIS IS SOMETHING ELSE THEY DON'T TALK ABOUT REGARDING GANGSTA RAP. SO LET'S GET IT ALLLLLLLLLLLL ON THE TABLE...SHALL WE? What We Forget When We Talk About Hip-Hop's Women Problem The sexism we see in some hip-hop music is a reflection of the sexism that we see in society as a whole. Zeba Blay Voices Culture Writer, The Huffington Post Posted: 08/17/2015 02:28 PM EDT Consider this: there is a glaring double standard in the way that we talk about hip-hop music and misogyny. There's been a...
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Re: Happy 59th Birthday to Mr. Michael Jackson...RRSOTD

sunnubian ·
It’s Michael Jackson’s Birthday: Are Your Favorite M.J. Songs on Our List? Monique Judge Yesterday 3:42pm Filed to: MICHAEL JACKSON 8.7K 119 4 Kevin Mazur/Getty Images On this day 59 years ago, the world was blessed with the birth of one Michael Joseph Jackson. From his humble beginnings in Gary, Ind., he would rise to a worldwide level of stardom that most entertainers can only hope to achieve. Eight years after he left us, his music lives on and continues to fuel our fondest memories. I...
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Re: Should Ben Carson Apologize to Obama?

TheRealDeal ·
http://outfront.blogs.cnn.com/...-bus-over-cuba-trip/ Did Obama throw Jay-Z under the bus over Cuba trip? You bet BO did. http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-893985 http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-858150 http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-769637 Barack "The Magic Negro/the Chicago Cutthroat/Illegal Alien Bootlicking" Obama is not worth a peso, because his credibility is in the sewer. ...and Dr. Ben Carson, you are on point, i.e., no need for you to apologize to BO, because you like Rush Limbaugh,...
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Re: Obama trying to lower expectations – again

TheRealDeal ·
http://ros-lehtinen.house.gov/...-and-jay-z-trip-cuba http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-955888 Jay-Z and Beyoncé are now experiencing the nature of "backstabbing/cutthroat/sleazy Barack "Abba-dabba/Hocus Pocus" Obama. Obama and/or a high ranking official in the Obama Administration gave clearance/OK to Jay-Z and Beyoncé to travel to Cuba. http://ros-lehtinen.house.gov/...-and-jay-z-trip-cuba http://outfront.blogs.cnn.com/...-bus-over-cuba-trip/ Did Obama throw Jay-Z under the bus over Cuba...
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Re: Caucasians and other individuals are already aware. It is inept and disgraceful elected Black leaders, lawyers, a dysfunctional university educated Black middleclass, and an inept Black electorate who don't have a clue!

TheRealDeal ·
https://www.africanamerica.org/...t/319642616238213144 Source: "The Black Matrix: The Social and Psychological Warfare Against Black America" Selected comment: "........ We're lead around 'by the nose' by this media because we are ALLOWING ourselves to be!! If we could decided to advance even an iota of pride ... those types of negative images would be up in smoke and out the window before you could blink!" by EbonyRose -EbonyRose, Indeed. Without a ready supply of gullible customers garbage...
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Re: Group Wants Congressional Black Caucus Disbanded

TheRealDeal ·
https://www.africanamerica.org/...t/300500925382960537 ....More likely, the Black community is likes lying to itself because believe it or not the ignorance of the Black community and its dysfunctional leadership is directly responsible for sending U.S. born descendants of slavery and the Black community to the gallows...... YouTube: " Black People Were Never Citizens Of Amerikkka " - Dr. Umar Johnson It is truly disturbing that university educated black professors in this country who teach...
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Re: Lil Wayne Finally Apologizes to Emmett Till's Family In A Letter

RadioRaheem ·
too little...too late. He must have a new album coming out and he wanted the free press for it. Now his brain dead fans will salute him for being a good black man...ignoring his other lyrics, which prove otherwise. Lil Wayne is just a puppet. I wonder who wrote that lyric in the first place.
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Re: About African American youth, hip-hop and unemployment

SeptimusServerus/kraaal ·
Kocolicious writes: “As a "person" who teaches music history specifically hip hop i.e. rap to youngsters from elementary to college, it has been my findings through the years that hip hop has LIED to our youth in making them believe that anyone who can rap, join a gang, disrespect black women/their children and defy their community through violence are candidates for ongoing montary SUCCESS” Here again I believe this is true. When rap music gradually drifted more towards explicit sexual,...
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Re: Lil Wayne and the Emmitt Till lyrics

sunnubian ·
Emmett Till’s family reacts to Lil Wayne lyric by Chris Talbott, Associated Press | February 14, 2013 at 5:13 PM Emmett Till, a black 14-year-old Chicago boy, who was brutally murdered near Money, Mississippi. (AP Photo/File)/ Lil Wayne (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert, File) NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — A cousin of the late Emmett Till wonders if Lil Wayne understands just how damaging it was when he rapped a vulgar reference to the black U.S. teen whose death in 1955 became a significant moment in the...
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Re: Trayvon case update 30 Jan2013

TheRealDeal ·
Jay-Z and Beyoncé are now experiencing the nature of "backstabbing/cutthroat/sleazy Barack "Abba-dabba/Hocus Pocus" Obama. Obama and/or a high ranking official in the Obama Administration gave clearance/OK to Jay-Z and Beyoncé to travel to Cuba. http://ros-lehtinen.house.gov/...-and-jay-z-trip-cuba http://outfront.blogs.cnn.com/...-bus-over-cuba-trip/ Did Obama throw Jay-Z under the bus over Cuba trip? You bet BO did. http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-893985...
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Re: What do you think? Was it appropriate for children? "Beyonce & Jay Z - 'Drunk in Love' perfomance at The Grammy's 2014 HD"

RadioRaheem ·
A UK based newspaper referred to Beyoncé as a "whore" because of her Grammy performance. These outlets never use terms like this to describe "twerking experts" like Miley Cyrus. The disrespect is beyond blatant.
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Re: What do you think? Was it appropriate for children? "Beyonce & Jay Z - 'Drunk in Love' perfomance at The Grammy's 2014 HD"

Fabulous ·
Originally Posted by RadioRaheem: A UK based newspaper referred to Beyoncé as a "whore" because of her Grammy performance. These outlets never use terms like this to describe "twerking experts" like Miley Cyrus. The disrespect is beyond blatant. Now that's just wrong…. Who are these parents cuz two wrongs don't make it right. They're setting a hell of an example by calling her a whore. Whoever these parents are they don't speak for ME. I am a parent, I've taken on the task (successfully) of...
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Re: What do you think? Was it appropriate for children? "Beyonce & Jay Z - 'Drunk in Love' perfomance at The Grammy's 2014 HD"

Kocolicious ·
Beyoncé as a Political Figure? Your Source for University News Rutgers Ph.D. student who teaches course on celebrity says artist provides perspective on race, gender, sexuality Monday, January 9, 2012 By Amber E. Hopkins-Jenkins The course explores such topics as the extent of Beyoncé’s control over her own aesthetic and whether her often half-naked body is empowered or stereotypical. Beyoncé is known as a performer, fashion designer, Jay-Z’s missus, and arguably the most famous new mom in...
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Re: Detroit Will PAY You To Take One Of These 100 Abandoned Homes

sunnubian ·
This is a SMALL list of America's richest African Americans, it in no way includes ALL of America's richest African Americans: 1. Oprah Winfrey Net worth: $2.7 billion as of March 2012 Source of Wealth: Television, self-made 2. Sean “Diddy” Combs Net Worth: $550 million as of April 2012 Source of Wealth: Rap, record production, acting, fashion design, other businesses 3. Robert Johnson Estimated net worth: $550 million as of May 2009 Source of Wealth: BET, investments 4. Tiger Woods (tie)...
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Re: Americans can now legally import Cuban cigars

Momentum ·
Useful Idiots: Beyoncé And Jay-Z Ignore Cuba’s Racism With Havana Trip by AJ Delgado | 5:04 pm, April 6th, 2013 521 This week, superstars Beyoncé and Jay-Z celebrated their 5th wedding anniversary with a trip to Cuba or, as the informed refer to it, “the island prison.” While dining, partying, and enjoying the best Havana has to offer , Beyoncé and Jay-Z not only legitimize and support the repressive regime, with both their presence and their cash, but turn a blind eye, cruelly, to the...
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Re: JAY Z PHYSICALLY ATTACKED BY BEYONCE'S SISTER [VIDEO]

RadioRaheem ·
http://www.buzzfeed.com/ryanha...-just-broke-the?bffb The Solange Knowles–Jay Z Elevator Fight Video Just Broke Twitter The internet will always react exactly how you think it would. posted on May 12, 2014 at 1:18pm EDT Ryan Broderick BuzzFeed Staff So Twitter just found out about the elevator video of Solange Knowles attacking Jay Z. And let’s just say some people are reacting exactly how you’d expect them to… There are photoshops… Basically, everyone’s pretty shocked. The No. 1 hashtag in...
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Re: JAY Z PHYSICALLY ATTACKED BY BEYONCE'S SISTER [VIDEO]

RadioRaheem ·
http://idatedaily.com/top-five...-domestic-abuse-too/ Jay-Z Shows Us That Men Can Be Victims of Domestic Abuse Too Posted on May 13, 2014 By Anna Bella Dating Daily , Top 5's . by Anna Bella Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably already heard that Solange Knowles aggressively attacked her brother-in-law Jay-Z as Beyoncé looked on without intervening at all. This is a great opportunity to segue into discussing men who endure abusive relationships. We often hear stories of...
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Re: Interesting affect our music have on the world "Young Iranians Arrested For Dancing In 'Happy' Pharrell Video"

skuderjaymes ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Yeah... they should soil their kids minds with western "entertainment" like us. yeah.. everybody knows our kids are models for the whole wide world. /end sarcasm. I mean.. I mean.. how dare they impose a moral standard on their own people!! That's that sh.. I don't like!! meant to post this under here: That's harsh for no reason. And what is that effect...
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Re: Interesting affect our music have on the world "Young Iranians Arrested For Dancing In 'Happy' Pharrell Video"

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Yeah... they should soil their kids minds with western "entertainment" like us. yeah.. everybody knows our kids are models for the whole wide world. /end sarcasm. I mean.. I mean.. how dare they impose a moral standard on their own people!! That's that sh.. I don't like!! meant to post this under here: That's harsh for...
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Re: Interesting affect our music have on the world "Young Iranians Arrested For Dancing In 'Happy' Pharrell Video"

skuderjaymes ·
Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Yeah... they should soil their kids minds with western "entertainment" like us. yeah.. everybody knows our kids are models for the whole wide world. /end sarcasm. I mean.. I mean.. how dare they impose a moral standard on their own people!! That's that sh.. I don't like!! meant to post...
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Re: Interesting affect our music have on the world "Young Iranians Arrested For Dancing In 'Happy' Pharrell Video"

DennisKalita ·
Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Originally Posted by DennisKalita: Originally Posted by skuderjaymes: Yeah... they should soil their kids minds with western "entertainment" like us. yeah.. everybody knows our kids are models for the whole wide world. /end sarcasm. I mean.. I mean.. how dare they impose a moral standard on their own people!! That's...
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Re: Mourning the Passing of Maya Angelou

sunnubian ·
Maya Angelou, Poet, Activist And Singular Storyteller, Dies At 86 by LYNN NEARY May 28, 2014 9:41 AM ET Chuck Burton/AP Everett Collection/Rex USA AP ABC/AP Mark Lennihan/AP Emile Wamsteker/AP Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP Charles Rex Arbogast/AP PRNewsFoto/Forsyth Medical Center/AP 1 OF 9 View slideshow i Poet, performer and political activist Maya Angelou has died after a long illness at her home in Winston Salem, N.C. She was 86. Born in St. Louis in 1928, Angelou grew up in a segregated...
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Re: An Open Letter to Rap Music (For My Daughters)

RadioRaheem ·
The record companies will continue to support these 'artists' ...time to boycott their sponsors...kind of like how Dr. Boyce Watkins got Mountain Dew to drop Lil Wayne for his 'beating that puzzy like Emmitt Till" lyric.
 
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