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Re: DATING INTERNATIONAL SISTAS!

henry38 ·
You want to know about us Nykki? There are about 300 million of us. That is a lot isn't it. We don't mind what you call the strong black woman in America if you care to know because to us that is just the average woman, we can easily handle that. We don't mind the black woman expecting a lot from us because to us that is also natural men and women relationships the world over and therefore expected and so we come prepared with good jobs and high education to help us meet our role. On the...
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Re: Origin of the bible

Afroman ·
Why are you feigning gullibility? Of course, I agree with the truth of the article, is it not obvious? Africans knew the True Christianity from a long time. Nazaire is no fool! Moreover, my Love has all the authority and privilege to post anywhere she wants in this sound Black African community, created and managed by the honorable brother MBM. I have been reading nothing but her great views...and I am impressed!! She is the "spokeswoman" for OURstory. She will resurrect the Wisdom of our...
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Re: Affirmative Action primarily benefit White Women!!! Not minorities!!

Nmaginate ·
Don't confuse "can't" with "won't"... (You should not talk about dodging questions...) Unless you came here seek to get my ADVISE then your questions are of as much consequence I have said they are. I think I wouldn't be assuming too much to guess that you did not come here for my advise. So cut with the BS! The Rumours of your SELF-IMPORTANCE have been greatly over-exaggerated. LES(s), The GRAMMAR QUEEN! (You know like Drama and/or DRAG QUEEN!)
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Re: Origin of the bible

Prophetessofrage ·
Hey Afroman, totally ignore and talk around the tired, boring, plant like everybody else. Check this out. Click on the site and see if you are able to post that dynamite picture over here. http://www.geocities.com/wally_mo/ "The hieroglyphics label the above figures as follows: (Ref: The Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, Vols 1&2, E.A. Budge, Dover.) Egyptian Ret (page 435a,b) = Men: We also have 'ret na romé' or "We men above mankind." This ideology allows us to understand that there...
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Re: Terrorists = Black Men

James Wesley Chester ·
Arabian Queen, I always knew you were a "smart ass." Thanks. PEACE Jim Chester You are who you say you are. Your children are who you say you are.
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Re: Origin of the bible

Prophetessofrage ·
Hi Afroman, now that you and Imaginate have well expelled the disease back to her psych Thorazin shot appointments of which it professed to needing to keep, let's get down to some serious discussion on the true Black/African origin of the Bible. I am pulling this passage from your 'Gospel of Egypt' post. The Akhetaten/Moses connection is the key to understanding the African origin of the Bible. As the article points out Hebrews got their style of writing and disposition from Egypt. The Bible...
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Re: Origin of the bible

sunnubian ·
Blacked out Through Whitewash by S. E. Suzar The original Biblical Jews were a Black African people. The original Jews in Africa 2000 years ago were a Black African people as an ethnic group. (Massey: Egypt Light of the Word p501) Many of them still are Black, in northenrn Africa such as the Falasha Jews of Ethiopia. A New York Times editorial (3/2/84) described them as "a lost tribe that has kept it identiy for more than 2,000 years in a remote corner of Africa." Abraham, ancestor of the...
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Re: Origin of the bible

shebakoby ·
There's a problem with this analysis. The Pharaoh of Moses' time did indeed have a Firstborn Son, who died in the last of the ten plagues. Akhenaton more closely parallels the pharaoh who was living during Joseph's time--especially considering the religious makeover of the times of Akhenaton. Pharaoh in Joseph's time had some pretty compelling dreams and interpretation was only possible through God who used Joseph to accomplish this. It is then entirely likely that Pharaoh went mono...
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Re: Christianity and the Bible

shebakoby ·
This guy you are quoting is a n00b. First of all: The dating is out of whack. It was assumed to be a certain way after Napoleon's scientists checked out the pyramids and stuff. Their assumptions may not be correct. Circumstantial evidence points to Akenaton as being the Pharaoh that JOSEPH knew--400 years prior to the Exodus. (nice coindicence there--a guy comes along with an interpretation of a dream, along with ONE God, and it comes true...so a Pharaoh declares there is ONE God. Hmmmm...)...
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Re: Ode To The Black Queen

Khalliqa ·
Nice.....
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Re: South Africa changes name of Capital city.

Oshun Auset ·
One of the Ugandan names for it is Nalubaale, which means "Lake of the Goddesses"...All the surrounding countries, and local people's have different names for it though. Zimbabwe actually...and you should have spat upon him(but of course you didn't know to do that back then)...Rhodes was the Hitler of Africa... You met the friend of a thief, homicidal maniac, and a general S.O.B...and birds of a feather... Your experience was kind of like meeting Himler...The only bastard worse than Rhodes...
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Re: How important is physical attraction?

Oshun Auset ·
But I found it to be an interesting comparrison... Cleopatra seduced the Romans with her irresistible . . . mind by Ben Hoyle LONG before Shakespeare portrayed her as history's most exotic femme fatale, Cleopatra was revered throughout the Arab world "” for her brain. Medieval Arab scholars never referred to the Egyptian queen's appearance, and they made no mention of the dangerous sensuality which supposedly corrupted Julius Caesar and Mark Antony. Instead they marvelled at her intellectual...
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Re: OC in need of advice, before I have a I have a flahback on someone....

Rowe ·
Okay, but the question is are you sexy? Because no is really trippin off light-skinned guys these days. In fact, a light-skinned brotha hasn't been idolized as a sex symbol since Al B. Sure! Today's black sex symbols are dark-skinned honies like Tyson Beckford, Moris Chestnut, Bryce Wilson (starring in the upcoming movie Beauty Shop with Queen Latifah,) and 50 Cent (for the younger crowd). True. 50 ain't much to look at, in the face, but when he takes that damn shirt off, all those chocolate...
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Re: Aretha Franklin versus Whitney Houston

jazzdog ·
Whitney better then the Queen of Soul! please, I give Whitney all the respect in the world, but Aretha, no contest.
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Re: Perverted Trends of Gangster / Criminal Lifestyles are Ravaging Black Culture...

Fagunwa ·
Thank you all for your answers. I am not a member of the "intergration generation", more like a member of the "Black Power" generation. I explain to the young ones around me that my generation was attacked by Government and society using all the forces they have at their disposal. I speak to all the young bucks I have all around me about how I see COINTLPRO in the Biggie and Tupac east coast - west coast dumbness. I use that to tell them that the same forces are at work today and they are...
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Re: The Black Madonna

Oshun Auset ·
List of Black Madonnas LIST OF BLACK MADONNAS with link to pictures http://www.udayton.edu/mary/resources/blackm/blackm.html Belgium Croatia Ecuador England France Germany Hungary Ireland Italy Sicily (Italy) Lithuania Luxemburg Malta Mexico Poland Portugal Romania Spain Switzerland USA THE BLACK MADONNAS OF EUROPE A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY http://www.cwo.com/~lucumi/madonbib.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Black Madonna...
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Re: What "Celebrities" Have You Met?

Oshun Auset ·
A whole bunch of actors and rappers cuz I grew up in Cali. You see them all the time at Venice Beach, Universal City walk, and the Beverly center. I don't remember them all but I have a few people that are memorable. Cornel West(He was really kind) Dr. Ben(Gotta love him) Stokely Carmicheal/Kwame Ture's son(that counts right?) Ice Cube(In his militant days, he's really short) Beenie Man(He was tryin' to holla but I busted him about his babies maamma Carlene the former Jamaican dancehall...
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Re: Does The Particular Religion Really Matter?

SpinCitySD ·
Short answer is no. Krege's mater / anti-matter pair of Confucius / Taoist is one example. It's also hard to see what common ground is shared by the Jains of India and the Pre-Columbian religions of Mesoamerica. Even within Christianity there is little common ground, try to reconcile the views of someone like Devine Joy with an apologist for the Roman Catholic faith. You'd have better luck arranging a date between Queen Latifah and David Duke. The only common thread I see is mans quest to...
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Re: Does The Particular Religion Really Matter?

MBM ·
But isn't a universal objective of religion to get its people closer to God? Don't pretty much all religions honor similar, "good", community building behaviors? For instance, if someone was "Christ-like" wouldn't they also be a good "name another religion"? It would seem like the differences that exist between religions are more a reflection of the cultural differences that exist between peoples around the earth. Again - the language analogy comes to mind.
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Re: The Sons and Daughters of Hip Hop

blackoutloud ·
ER I welcome your constructive criticism and curiosity, in my free moments I have spent this day formulating a response to your questions. Forgive me as I have a few things to say before I get to your request. In essence, the points I am about to present characterize both the economics and politics of the hip-hop generation, which I might add includes all of today's young people, not just hip-hop artists. My initial interest in replying to your response has heightened after reading Kresge's...
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Re: The Sons and Daughters of Hip Hop

EbonyRose ·
blackoutloud ... It took a couple of readings to digest all you wrote So forgive my delay in responding to it! And I'm sure down the line I will have additional questions, but for now let me just give this comment. The first truth that was most profound in your post was that my generation did indeed drop the baton while trying to pass it to yours. The guidance you need is not there for you, not being told where to go or how to get there. Which, I suspect is the reason why your generation has...
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Re: The Sons and Daughters of Hip Hop

Khalliqa ·
Peace, I like you Ebony. Pardon my interjection, but you consistently speak of your generation. I am relatively new to this forum.....may I ask of what generation you are a part? Peace, Khalliqa(virtue)
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Re: The Sons and Daughters of Hip Hop

HeruStar ·
Hip Hop is a vehicle. We use this vehicle to escape into an eye opening experience of life, success, and passion. Not all hip hop artist observe the significance of passion. However, the good artist, through their passion really put the "soul" in hip hop. That's right, Soul. The sons and daughters of soul have not deviated from soul. If you listen like blackoutloud said, you'll hear artist bear their soul on ol' skool "soul" tracks. We have a serious appreciation, and affinity for the music...
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

Kevin41 ·
**Once again..get your facts straight......you never know what the f-k you are talking about..Mike has given plenty of money to black causes and has expressed himself as being a black man many times...no matter what the f-k jealous azz people say in circles......read below and see why like dymally and emmitt till and many other things....you have no credibility and therefore are never taken serious...it is too easy to prove that you say shit you cannot substantiate....... Charitable...
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Re: THEY HAVE A VERDICT!!!

henry38 ·
And may the good Lord reward all his efforts. God bless MJ. I believe I and many right hearted people around the globe are eternally grateful to God for giving us such a man for he has done so much to bring sunshine and happiness to many in the world with his talent and love.
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Re: Spotlight skips cases of missing minorities

Yssys (Guest) ·
This lets a sister know the position that she holds in society. The only time the public cares about a black woman is when they think that she's somehow defrauding the government aka "Welfare Queen". This sister was missing for a year and no one cared, not even the black community-at-large??? Where was the amber alert for this sister? What a sad commentary.
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Re: Important race memories (not necessarily first one)

James Wesley Chester ·
Sistahsouljah: You remind me: In 1998, I attend an international frestival in Long Beach, CA in the park beside The Queen Mary. My booth was in the North American pavilion, and the only one with an African American-American A European-type guy, a little on the skinhead side, stop on his bicycle in front of my booth, and just look. A 4' x 6' African American National Heritage flag stood at the corner of the booth. The guy looked at the literture without touching, and standing astride is bike.
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Re: Ralph Nader drops the 'N' word at Washington fundraiser...

gorilladyck ·
http://www.playahata.com/pages/morpheus/niggaz.html Niggaz, Niggers, & Other Mythical Creatures by Morpheus So the other day I'm watchin some evening news on one of the major networks, and lo' and behold the whole *nigga* and J-Lo controversy erupts. And yeah I know, its been talked bout and rehashed. So why beat a dead horse u might ask? CUZ ITZ DEAD! Ain't gonna hurt da' horse none! On the show, a black journalist reported on the entire fiasco. He went around interviewing different...
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Re: Voting Rights Act 'Rumble'

Kevin41 ·
**So since black people agreed en masse with white liberals instead of conservatives who really possess a racist ideology....the masses of black people (the majority) was wrong in their assessment of the issues? And conservative blacks always repeat soundbites from white conservatives from a broad rhetorical point but never explain themselves specifically...that is why in the other threads I have narrowed my questions about AA down to adults....to eliminate the diversonary and deflective...
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Re: Sugar Water Tour

Vox ·
Floetry: not my favorite artists (sorry!). I don't like that semi-"spoken-word" style rap flow, so I'm not feeling them, and I thought their performance was just okay. EXCEPT: Marsha Ambrosius (the singer) did a hell of a good rendition of "Sweet Thing" by Chaka. Other than that... they were "okay..." After their set, Erykah, Jill, & Latifah came out and did a song together that was nice. Then... Queen Latifah: I was impressed. She did joints from her new vocal/jazz album, and she took...
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Re: Morality without religion.

Kai ·
Peace.... Very thought provoking reply. Humanity is unique in that we have the Free Will to move outside of Nature and her laws. Where the animal world exists by biological programming, the human world exist by it's own biological directives accompanied by the supervening quality of self consciousness, and Will. You do not have to convince an animal to act in accordance to it's nature...However, human beings require convincing. We have a choice, and while I agree that there are natural...
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Re: Morality without religion.

Black Viking ·
Thank you. Well... I suppose that depends on how you look at it. I think what makes certain societies of humans unique is not the ability to move outside of Natural Law, but that we even make the attempt. I agree. But, I believe the reason you don't have to convince animals is because they flawlessly follow Natural Law. They know that to do otherwise will lead to their destruction (The Law of Survival). We humans, on the other hand, have spent ten thousand years convincing ourselves that we...
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Re: Closet Jams

HonestBrother ·
Breathe - Fabulous Beat It - Michael Jackson Note: In the privacy of my home I'll occasionally grab my crotch, spin on my toes, and scream ... Time To Sat Goodbye - Sarah Brightman This song puts me in tears ... reminds me of a breakup Only Time - Enya Under Pressure - Queen w/ David Bowie I luv the Pretenders ... And this: yeah ... I can dig these ... And throw in Whole Lotta Love - Led Zeppelin
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Re: Closet Jams

Santana St. Cloud ·
I luv the Pretenders ... And this: I LOVE "Under Pressure" it's the main reason I liked Vanilla Ice's "Ice Ice Baby." I've had the Pretenders greatest hits in my bmgmusic.com cart forever. I need to go and purchase the thing already! I saw them in concert years ago. And "Brass in Pocket" is my joint! Even downloaded the video a few weeks ago. "Benny and the Jets" is HOT! GNRs "Sweet Child O' Mine" is cool, but "Welcome to the Jungle" is the cut. I actually own "Appetite for Destruction."...
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Re: Closet Jams

Sandye ·
The name of the band escapes me right now, but the song is "Two Princes". "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen "Low Spark of High Heeled Boys" by Traffic "Hey Jude" Beatles "Highway to Heaven" Zepplin "Your Song" Elton John "Imagine" John Lennon "Suite Judy Blue Eyes" Crosby, Stills, Nash "Santa Monica Blvd" Cheryl Crow The entire Aja CD = Steely Dan
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Re: Here's something that has burned my bridges for awhile...

Tre ·
Hey AudioGuy, I take boxing classes 3 times per week and have virtually cut out all sugar in my diet. I used to be a dessert queen. However, when I plopped on to the scale last night, the results were the same. How does Paris Hilton stay so thin? I need to be that size. Oh woe is me! Woe is me!
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Re: Here's something that has burned my bridges for awhile...

AudioGuy ·
Just a few Q's: Do you "break the fast" every day? Eat lunch around the same time? Dinner? Use fruit for snacks? You also might want to consider weight lifting... not very heavy weights, but low weight, and high repititions... Also consider that when you train (boxing etc) that you may be building muscle as well as losing fat... muscle weighs more than fat so your results on the scale may not change for a while... Weight loss is a process, you didn't gain the weight in a day and you won't...
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Re: Hobbies, Interests, Activities

Fabulous ·
Originally posted by Vox: What pursuits do you consider yourself "avidly" into? As in, "I am an avid _____er." ------------------------- Mother Event planner for the elderly [I love coming up with different ideas or forms of entertainment for them. They love the field trips] Advocate of abused & at risk children Singer Performer Dancer [various styles of dancing] Music lover [almost all kinds of music] Poetry & song writer Reader African American History OG roller [I'm the...
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Re: 20Q with Vox

Vox ·
Thanks, Len! I think the post Len is talking about is when I wrote how much it hurt the first time Frenchy put up that booty-spank Emoticon about something I said. Seriously, thanks Len. You're a queen, and life online is not complete without you on the boards, baby.
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Re: AT IT AGAIN ~ Cosby playing HNIC

Nmaginate ·
That's not the point. KWELI made an issue out of the criticism Cosby gets and wanted people to just let Cosby make his "observations" without people commenting on them. So, if that's the standard KWELI or others want applied to Cosby then that standard should apply to Cosby as well. Doesn't matter how you take it. People take Cosby's comments different from how you or certainly how others who favor Cosby's RHETORIC take them. Essentially, Cosby was lamblasting the WP for not writing the...
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Re: Personality Test

HonestBrother ·
Your Type is ISFJ Introverted Sensing Feeling Judging Strength of the preferences % 56 1 12 33 ISFJ type description by D.Keirsey ISFJ type description by J. Butt and M.M. Heiss Qualitative analysis of your type formula You are: moderately expressed introvert slightly expressed sensing personality slightly expressed feeling personality moderately expressed judging personality The Portrait of the Protector Guardian (iSfJ) RATIONAL ARTISAN IDEALIST GUARDIAN Copyrighted © 1996-2006 Prometheus...
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Re: What Cosby Actually Said

Blake Manner ·
Bill Cosby Gets Down With Hip-Hop By Clover Hope Date: 11/6/2004 2:41 pm Actor/Comedian Bill Cosby and various Hip-Hop artists have joined with Ras Baraka, Deputy Mayor of Newark, New Jersey, to launch Hip-Hop for the P.E.O.P.L.E., a national community service program aimed at underprivileged urban youth. The mission of Hip-Hop for the P.E.O.P.L.E. (Providing Education Opportunity, Prosperity and Life Eternally) is to enlighten inner city youth on the reality of gangs by tapping into the...
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Re: Castro will die soon, and a new democracy will be born

EbonyRose ·
Top News Monday, July 31, 2006 Ailing Castro Gives Power to Brother HAVANA (AP) - Fidel Castro temporarily relinquished his presidential powers to his brother Raul on Monday night and told Cubans he underwent surgery. The Cuban leader said he had suffered gastrointestinal bleeding, apparently due to stress from recent public appearances in Argentina and Cuba, according to the letter read live on television by his secretary, Carlos Valenciaga. ``The operation obligates me to undertake several...
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Re: Q. Where Does The Female Essence of Spirituality Exist?

Oshun Auset ·
Kind of, but not really. I would say it's interpretations/reinterpretations by the patriarchs 'institutionalized it' for the Abrahamic religions via the Heli Biblio. It's really just astrotheology but it has been twisted by literalism. I think the destruction of the devine feminine occured from the 'deification of Indo-European patriarchial culture worldwide'. All religion is the deification of culture IMO. Of course, this distruction is not 'complete' but even the more...
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Re: *****SONGS OF SOLOMON*****

the quiet one ·
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Re: My Story

The one and only ME ·
LOL. "poosey" LOL Yes, I certainly most definitely got played! But what's so messed up about it is that at the time he came to me I was at a point in my life where I would have been fine with having just a sexual relationship with him. Especially since being in a sexual relationship with Joe also means being wined and dined and treated like a queen!! I have yet to understand why he felt he needed to take it to the next level like that. It really was not necessary.
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Re: why black male are attractive ?

FireFly ·
the "expert" on white men - and queen of the stereotypes - has spoken!
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Re: The True History of Malcolm X & the NOI

Oshun Auset ·
It is evem easier to corrupt things when you don't understand them, just as the Europeans did with X-tianity. So the indigenous culture of Africans is different from that taught in the Qur'an? That is somewhat of a contradiction(considering your premise). The Moors were Arabized Africans. In Senegal it is similar. The Islam that is practiced their is very Africanized(or from your point of view, re-Africanized), but it still has the underlying deification of Arab culture that is expected. I...
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Re: Where are all the Black Women with HONOR?

Shango67 ·
I don't take orders from anyone who hides in cyberspace. Especially from some warped drama queen who claims to know me from Black Planet. Seems like you already have. Whenever sisters start writing shit like that, there is usually some mental health issue going on. We have never spoken on this board - and it seems as if you have finally gotten the nerve to crawl out from under a rock and declare that I hate Black women, Where is this heat cumming from? Maybe you need a release? You should...
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Re: Where are all the Black Women with HONOR?

NSpirit ·
Gee, I can just feel the HONOR dripping off you...
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