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Re: What About The Debt Blacks Owe To America?

MBM ·
David Horowitz's is an idiot and anyone who adopts this ideology is an idiot. Black people of African decent are owe more money and restitution that America can afford. Every group from the Jews to Native Americans received some form of reparations for the devastating treament inflicted upon them by their attackers. African-Americans have never received a dime and up until the 1994 public apology by the Clinton Administration there has never a verbal condemnation on the part of the American...
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Re: African immigrants face bias from blacks

Dusty Elbow ·
Pittsburgh is '6 clicks' away from being a 'Southern Town'. Pittsburgh sits in that conjunction of Maryland, a 'southern State', West Virginia, another 'southern State', and Pennsylvania. Some may have seen the recent news item where a Georgetown basketball player threw the 'bird' in response to racial harassment by West Virginia fans. I say that to say, intolerance by African Americans to others of African ancestry is to me totally within the character of the city. They do the same to who...
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Re: The Dual Theology Heresy of John Hagee!!!

BOMANI ·
http://www.blessedquietness.com/journal/housechu/hagee.htm JOHN HAGEE Who is this Man? JOHN HAGEE IN CHARISMATIC ORBIT- Dr. John Hagee is a bestselling author and pastor of the 17,000-member charismatic Cornerstone Church in San Antonio. He was an NRB '98 speaker and has an honorary degree from Oral Roberts University. He is pictured in the 8/00 Charisma-along with Oral Roberts, Benny Hinn, T.D. Jakes, and Kenneth Copeland-as a speaker for Creflo Dollar's International Covenant Ministries...
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Re: Taylor-Wright showdown in the works

MBM ·
Memphis to host Taylor-Wright bout March 3, 2006 MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) -- The June 17 fight between middleweight champion Jermain Taylor and Winky Wright will be held in the FedEx Forum in Memphis, Tenn. DiBella Entertainment, Gary Shaw Productions and Prize Fight Promotions announced the location on Friday. "Memphis has illustrated clearly that it is a boxing town and the FedEx Forum is one of the finest arenas in the country," Lou DiBella, Taylor's promoter, said. "We look forward to the...
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Re: MLK's dream isnt working, so why start a fight over it.

memyselfni ·
yeah and southern inbreds still attack lonely blacks on back roads and lynch and drag them to pieces, so what is your point? remember who started all of this schit......and no i'm not condoning anything...but as Faheem stated...every action brings about a reaction.....ask yourself how did big cities get to be bastions of poverty for nothing but blacks and mexicans...kinda ironic huh? once again...there is not jack schit particular to black people...i can take you some places here in cally...
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Re: Martin Lee Anderson -- Modern-Day Emmit Till

Empty Purnata ·
http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publish/article_2478.shtml By Saeed Shabazz Staff Writer Updated Mar 15, 2006, 12:36 pm FinalCall.com) - The family of Martin Lee Anderson, a 14-year-old who died in early January after entering a Florida boot camp for juveniles, asked that his body be exhumed for a second autopsy, according to various news reports. The family attorney told the Associated Press (AP) that Dr. Michael Baden, a New York City-based forensic pathologist who reviewed the medical...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Fine ·
Peace.... I do not think that scholars deny the connection between the proto semitic language and kemetic influences. The idea that the two are distinct is a fallacy. It is quite probable that Amen of ancient KMT is the origin of the use by the people of Shem. Shem according to the Tenahk, is the brother of Ham, according to many african scholars, including the illustrious Cheihk Anta Diop, Ham is derived from Kham, which is within the original name Khamit or KMT. If this is correct the...
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Re: Condi for President? No thank you.

blackblogger ·
The comment towards the end of this article, is relatively disengenuous, as it minimizes the historical significance of 'the trades' industrial side;and while slavery had ended, it is obvious who was working the cotton fields. (isolated comment near the end.) ---------------------------------------------------------------- Rice's Beatle break from diplomacy U.S. secretary of state in Liverpool, will meet British counterpart From Elise Labott CNN Thursday, March 30, 2006; Posted: 8:19 p.m.
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Re: Bush to Nuke Iran?

ricardomath ·
They just refuse to admit the obvious. Anything we blow up in that country will be rebuilt in nothing flat. Iran is literaly swimming in oil money. There is nothing we can blow up that they won't have back in short order. But, after we begin another war of unfounded aggression, we'll have the whole rest of the world on their side as well. Didn't he say the same thing about Saddam? This fucking moron can't even get his dictators straight any more. We have got to find a way to pull the plug on...
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Re: Black Like GOP

MBM ·
While all this is true, this has little relevance today. The Republican Party of Lincoln is not the modern day GOP, today's GOP is the Party of Reagan. The Radical Republicans ( TAKE NOTE OF THE WORD "RADICAL" ) of Lincoln's day were a left-leaning party that supported democratic federalism, more workers' rights, more anti-trust laws, more government crackdown on corruption, government protection of workers, anti-slavery and anti-confederatism. The Party of Lincoln was basically a...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Rowe, I'm not sure if you're from the south.. but in the southern states it is traditional to greet those who you pass... So if you're in a southen city, it REALLY stands out when black women systematically resist this custom. My question was not at all about mating behavior...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
I'm not discounting your geographical explanation. There could be many reasons why some men do not get the responses from women that they desire. Other men could have a completely different experience with women, however. I doubt that men who are unusually attractive has this problem. Let's just keep it real. Women will smile back at men who they find attractive. I've done it. If I find a brother attractive, and he's giving me the stare down, I will let him know that I'm interested. Believe...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Rowe, are we on the same thread?... I'm talking about custom - not mating - I'm saying that in this setting (Athens, Georgia) black women systematically - as a GROUP - resisted this custom that even white women observed... and I'm not the only one who has noticed this...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Again, Rowe, I'm speaking from within the context of traditional southern society... in which a passing greeting even between men and women is not seen as an occasion for enticing a date... it was expected behavior... a matter of good manners like saying 'excuse me' when you sneeze... When I was growing up, failure to observe the custom was something people noticed... My mother would reprimand me for not 'speaking'...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Then the the only reasonable explanation that we can deduce (based on your observation) is that Black women in Athens, GA lack manners. They require special training in social etiquette and Georgia customs. I'm also curious as to why if your mother, who I'm assuming is a southern woman, passed these great customs onto you, why didn't other Black mothers residing in southern areas pass these same customs onto their Black daughters?
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Mine too....I was raised in the South..... this is very much true...... when I moved to DC it was somewhat of a culture shock..... I spoke to everyone I saw.... only to get unwanted responses (mostly negative).... Many reasons.... especially now that I'm back I can see a stark difference... **influx of northerners bringing their mores.... ** lax parenting in general..... **feminist negative coloring of the practice.... **culture that's male dominated (including hip hop).... where...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Sorry, I had to get this... just in case you decided to erase it I need at least one witness to confirm that I'm not crazy and making this up
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Interestingly enough, though my Dad was raised in the projects of Southeast, DC, his family is from Memphis, TN. So he came to the city with very southern customs and mannerisms. Demonstrating grandiose acts of kindness like smiling and carrying on in public was and still is very important to him. Whenever he goes out in the street, he has to speak to everyone in sight. No one gets left out. If the person doesn't respond, he just goes on to the next person. He has to hold doors for all the...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Hmmmmm..... Because being friendly to people is a skill usually taught at home..... usually by the mother.... in the South... it was a value..... so since its disappearance.... one must ask what happened to this character trait....? Well.... something that was once passed from mother to daughter is no longer done.... so I was trying explain why..... Northerner's do not typically have this tradition..... especially in the cities.... as Rowe pointed out..... smiling and greeting strangers...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
Most of the the intrenched population in DC is from the South, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia. I live in all sections of the city. One thing a southerner will learn about a black city like DC, is the people have no hospitality.If you talk to the older people they still carry the southern tradition , but the younger crowd is very rude and the youth growing up espeically in SE act like they have never heard of a thing called home training. No respect what so ever for their elders.
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Re: Jack and Jill of America, Inc.

ma'am ·
Virtue, You are so right, we don't discuss the hurtful things we have done to ourselves. We are quick to point out what the white man has done to us but we very seldom discuss what we do to ourselves. I am ashamed to say that I have heard of the paper bag test. Not only with the J&J but with other black organizations. For example my church, I heard it said by someone I respect that a presbyterian is a baptist that has made it. In addition, my presbyterian church has a history of only...
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Re: Black Like GOP

MBM ·
And let's not forget when Reagan first ran his campaign in 1980, he went to Philadelphia, Mississippi. He could've went to ANY city in the South: Atlanta, Jacksonville, Nashville, MIami, Charlotte, San Antonio... But no. He had to go to the town, where it's only claim to fame (or infamy) is that Philadelphia, MS is the town where Goodwin, Schwerner and Cheney, the three civil rights workers, were brutally killed trying to register black voters. Where were the Republicans when the South were...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
I should add that when I am in a big city I don't expect people to meet my gaze or return my smile... I know better than to go around smiling at folk... In NYC (the big city I'm most familiar with) I know how to negotiate the social dynamics... I also know when women (black, yellow, purple, or tan) are interested ... In the city, I can take care of mine
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Re: Jokes for a Laugh & a Smile

Fabulous ·
Southern Virgin There once was a young man named Billy Bob. Now, Billy Bob was a normal Southern boy looking for a nice Southern girl to be his wife. One day, at a mud wrestling match, he met beautiful Tammy Jo. They fell in love and got married. To celebrate their marriage they spent their wedding night at a Super 8 motel in their home town. Tammy Jo was very excited. She had bought some nice lingerie and Billy Bob thought she was absolutely breathtaking. As they were getting hot and heavy,...
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Re: Sistas, what's up with....

HonestBrother ·
The "Southern Belle" represents what to a lot men a woman should be. When we think of a Southern Belle we imagine a woman who is very docile, meek, ultra feminine, submissive, and traditional. A lot men have been brainwashed into believing these are the characeristics that make an ideal woman. Thus, those women who fail to demonstrate these characteristics are deemed as undesirable because of their "agresssiveness." It's no coicidence that Black women are negatively characterized and...
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Re: Jokes for a Laugh & a Smile

Fabulous ·
DORMITORY When you rearrange the letters: DIRTY ROOM PRESBYTERIAN When you rearrange the letters: BEST IN PRAYER ASTRONOMER When you rearrange the letters: MOON STARER DESPERATION When you rearrange the letters: A ROPE ENDS IT THE EYES When you rearrange the letters: THEY SEE GEORGE BUSH When you rearrange the letters: HE BUGS GORE THE MORSE CODE When you rearrange the letters: HERE COME DOTS SLOT MACHINES When you rearrange the letters: CASH LOST IN ME ANIMOSITY When you rearrange the...
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

Frenchy ·
As others have said, the money is there. I'd be more concerned about the logistics of collecting and dispersing it, though. The fact of the matter is that most whites don't have ancestors who ever owned a slave. The majority of slaves were owned by a very, very few wealthy families, individuals, and institutions...far less than 10% of the whole Southern population. Also, what of teh whites whose families did not arrive in the US until well after slavery's end? What of those whites who...
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Re: Where should Reparations funds come from?

Frenchy ·
A lot of these questions have been addressed before, but since we no longer have a reparations forum, I'll try to offer at least one person's perspective on them. I see reprations as an obligation of the United States government. As such, this isn't about personal culpability and restitution on the part of the descendents of specific slave holders as opposed to the government paying one of its obligations. As I see it, African America is made up of families - the vast majority of which...
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Re: The Texas 10% Plan

ma'am ·
Ebony: That's part of the "Can of Worms" I was referring to. When they get past that initial 10% group, the process of picking Students becomes murky. Plus the fact that the drop-out/failue rate among Blacks is higher in many cases, so that in itself creates more open slots, but members of this group would only be evident after the initial selection has been made, and would not necessarily affect the current year's selection process, but after a while that will have to be factored in, in...
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Re: The Texas 10% Plan

ma'am ·
Exactly, leart ... The Texas 10% was supposed to be the "replacement" for Affirmative Action. It was supposed to pacify us. It's working in our benefit and "they" can't stand it! As a side note, Prairie View is also apart of the UT system. It was mandated that it had to not only accept more white students, but also has to actively go out and try to recruit them in order to continue to receive State funds. So, thinking of HBCU's as a safe haven for our children is about to be thrown out the...
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Re: Who is the BEST African American Actor?

MBM ·
from wikipedia.com Ira Aldridge From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Ira Aldridge as Mungo in The Padlock, 1820s or 1830sIra Frederick Aldridge (1807–1867) was an American stage actor. He was born in New York City to Reverend Daniel and Luranah Aldridge on July 24, 1807. Aldridge attended the African Free School in New York City. His early "education" in theater included viewing plays from the high balcony of the Park Theatre, New York's leading theater of the...
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Re: So Pan-Africanism/Black nationalism establishes a solid foundation circa 2010...

tmonster ·
Have you seen the activity in East Africa and Southern Africa lately??? Hmmmmm.... There seems to be no problem recruiting Asians for international trade and business ventures... while setting them up real nice and pretty in the inner cities.... Just a thought... Peace, Virtue
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Re: So Pan-Africanism/Black nationalism establishes a solid foundation circa 2010...

tmonster ·
I am not sure that Black Africans are recruiting Asians as an aesthetic; it has more to do with pursuing the redevelopment capital outside of looking to the IMF and World Bank. And since we (Africans in the amerikkkas) have shown no interest in developing Africa, then I understand why Africans would chase the money. Additionally, I would be interested in knowing if these Asians were set up by Arabs or Black folk.
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Re: The Texas 10% Plan

ma'am ·
Ebony: I don't think we are on the wrong Track, but to clarify my point somewhat, in most States not all Campus's of a major School usually has the same rating as some of the other Campus's. As you indicated in your other Post Prairie view is a part of UT also, but I doubt if it has the same Rating as UT at Austin. A school can be a part of the system but not the same quality of education, just like the University of Illinois's top rated Urbana Campus. Not all other UI Campus's are ranked as...
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Re: Zimbabweans have 'shortest lives'

EbonyRose ·
Zimbabwe: Mugabe Renews Threat of Mine Grabs Email This Page Print This Page Business Day (Johannesburg) April 19, 2006 Posted to the web April 19, 2006 Dumisani Muleya Johannesburg EMBATTLED Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe yesterday stirred controversy again by renewing his threat to grab 51% of foreign-owned mines, with 25% of that taken for free. "We said we want 51% in favour of Zimbabwe and 49% in favour of the investors," Mugabe told a gathering at a local stadium in Harare to mark...
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Re: Jack and Jill of America, Inc.

ma'am ·
I would like to share this with you: I was talking to an elderly member of my family last night about family history in the small southern town my family comes from. This particular section of the family is light, bright and next to white and one family member was known to have passed for white. She told me, there was a lot of mixing(races) in this small town and the white folks if they liked you, you did better than most. For example, she had an uncle who had murdered a man and didn't serve...
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Re: Jokes for a Laugh & a Smile

Fabulous ·
SOUTHERN HUMOR? An Arkansas State trooper pulls over a pickup truck on I-40 and says to the driver, "Got any ID?" The driver says, "'Bout what?" ************************* Two Mississippians are walking toward each other, and one is carrying a sack. When they meet, one says, "Hey Tommy Ray, whatcha got in th' bag?" "Jes' some chickens." "If I guesses how many they is, kin I have one?" "Shoot, if ya guesses right, I'll give you BOTH of 'em!" "OK. Ummmmm......FIVE?" ****************************...
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Re: Calling white guys 'brotha'...?

FireFly ·
I've called men of all races "bro" and I don't have a problem if they call me that if I know them. It only bugs me if they don't know me and just say it because I'm Black. I've also called women of all races "sis" when I know them well. I'll call anyone "bro" or "sis" if they are a Homo sapiens.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

TruEssence ·
Tony Toni Tone: Pretty Brown Eyes and after that is.... It Never Rains in Southern Callifornia
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Re: Choose your oppressor

HeruStar ·
the baptist minister Kresge!
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Re: You Know You Were Raised Black When. . .

ma'am ·
-Your parents whoop your behind if you waste food. -You think that sugar on toast is good eating. -Catfish is a popular meat at your barbeques. -Your parents told you to not even THINK about asking for toys when you go shopping with them. -Back-sassing a parent is the last thing in your mind. -You see your community as part of your extended family. -"Shrimp" is "skrimp", "teeth" is "teef" and "everything" is "ervrythang". -Your barbers or hairdressers are your friends. -You know ladies who...
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Re: You Know You Were Raised Black When. . .

ma'am ·
Be shkrong brother EP ...
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Re: You Know You Were Raised Black When. . .

ma'am ·
Sho you right brother Honest, I'll keep on wi' all mah skrenth.
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Re: What Ever Happened To...

AudioGuy ·
For Release: August 18, 2003 Marketers of Copa Hair System Agree to Settle FTC Charges GoodTimes Entertainment to Pay $100,000 in Civil Penalties and $200,000 in Consumer Redress GoodTimes Entertainment Limited (GoodTimes) and GT Merchandising & Licensing Corporation (GTM&L), direct marketers headquartered in New York City, have agreed to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that they made unsubstantiated claims for the "Copa Hair System" (Copa), and placed unauthorized charges on...
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Re: 9/11 - The Anniversary, The Legacy

MBM ·
Inequality Before and After 9/11 by Paul Street I'll always remember the day I tried to engage in that silly exercise called "speaking truth to power." It was early December of 2001. My topic was American policymakers' decision to place nearly a million black people behind bars and to mark more than one in three black males with a felony record. As a member of a Chicago-based council of advisers working to help ex-offenders "reintegrate" into the "free world," I was invited to a pleasant...
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Re: The Juice...

Nykkii ·
9.15 sad juice day : J. LO AND BEN SPLIT? Reports say Affleck dumped Lopez. Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck (Sep. 15, 2003) *Will we no longer hear that horrid reference "Bennifer" again? Truthfully, we hope not, but not because the couple, Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez have split. But the rumors are flying just as quickly as the paparazzi booked all the hotels in Santa Barbara this weekend intending to catch sight of the duo's pending nuptials. However, it's been reported that Affleck has...
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Re: Clark Enters Race

MBM ·
Here's a nice expose on Clark from the Washington Post. Clark seen as talented, testy By Vernon Loeb, The Washington Post From his plebe year at West Point, retired Gen. Wesley K. Clark was always first in his class, a step ahead of his peers. His rise to the top of the U.S. military seemed almost preordained, given his drive, intellect and burning will to win. BUT CLARK, 58, who won the Purple Heart and Silver Star in Vietnam in 1970 and commanded NATO's air war in Kosovo 29 years later,...
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Re: VOTE

debbiew20 ·
Hello Everyone, As I type the political debate is being aired on KNBC, from 6-9:30 PM, Pacific Time. Very interesting session to which the question and answer session is very open, and frank. Don't care for Arnold Schwarzenegger or Bustamante. The Republican Tom McClintock appears to use common sense approach in reducing taxes, government spending, and improving the economy within California. _______________________________________________ Of Course I Can't Speak for Everyone, but I'm Voting...
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Re: A Candid Conversation About Color

MBM ·
for some reason, i was leary of clicking on this post, but i'm glad I did. It's informative. to be honest, when i first checked out this site and saw so many bros and sistas identifying themselves as "fairskinned/lightskinned/mixed" I wondered if I hadn't stumbled onto a lightskinned peoples website LOL I, like many of my southern friends, have a light mom and a dark dad. Is that common outside the south? for a darkskin man to choose only lightskin women for mates, and vice versa. My mom's...
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Re: Clark Enters Race

MBM ·
My gut feeling about Clark has been proven to be on point. "Can anything be more moving than the joyous throngs swarming the streets of Baghdad? Memories of the fall of the Berlin Wall, and the defeat of Milosevic in Belgrade flood back. Statues and images of Saddam are smashed and defiled. Liberation is at hand. Liberation – the powerful balm that justifies painful sacrifice, erases lingering doubt and reinforces bold actions. Already the scent of victory is in the air." – Wesley Clark, The...
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