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Re: Constructive Feedback Is Right!!

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
And YOU seem to know the talking points of the WHITE SOCIALIST rather well. You see MBM - you have an open ended heart. You and other fundamentalist believe that you have MORAL SUPERIORITY because you stand for PROVIDING MAXIMUM BENEFIT FOR THE MASSES. How touching. You fail miserably when it comes to the concept of EXPECTING SOMETHEM FROM THE POOR. My wife and I COULD have a 3rd, 4th or even 8th baby. We know that by doing so it would impact us financially, time-wise, housing-wise and...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

Frenchy ·
Larry Elder was clearly kidnapped by the Secret Service and had a chip planted in his ass. Never have I seen a Black man tap dance so fast and furious for white folks. It's like he is reading directly from "The White Man's Guide to Talking Your Slave Out of Rising Up Against You." Nmaginate, Elder is no way speaking to any of us darkies. In truth, whether or not we accept him is of no consequence to him. He wants his white buddies to see this article, pat him on his monkey head, and toss him...
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Re: My dad's barbershop -- and personal responsibility

nayo ·
ROTFLMAO!!!! p.s. I almost, fell for the Elder 'okidoke', until I heard his response to an African American woman (on his recently cancelled television show), who was opining about racism in the U.S. He asked her, why did'nt she just go 'back' to Africa if the racism was so bad here!! I could'nt believe it.
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Re: 'No Child Left Behind' - A Thought

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
MBM: IF vouchers cause school funding to be reduced once these children depart the school then what say you about the drive by Rep Kendred Meeks to impose smaller class sizes upon public schools that will require many, many new schools to be constructed? IF there are less pupils at these original public schools DO YOU FIGURE THAT THEIR FUNDING WILL BE CUT and thus YOU ARE IN STRONG OPPOSITION TO MEEK'S drive......RIGHT? (That is if you follow logic).
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

Constructive Feedback (Guest) ·
The key distinction is OWNERSHIP AND POWER. Those who have both SEEK TO PROTECT THEIR POSSESSION. Those who don't have them seek to LIBERALIZE the rules and have more of these resources to flow their way. When it comes to international aide and financing the liberalist American sounds very CONSERVATIVE. When it comes to understanding the plight of the Mexican father to depart his family and come to the United States illegally in order to work and feed his family it seems that many of you are...
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Re: 'No Child Left Behind' - A Thought

MBM ·
First who is Kendred Meeks. Funny that there are NO citations for that person in all of Google. Second, most schools are built with a combination of local, state, and federal funding hence your assumption that building schools somehow reduces per student funding does not necessarily apply. Third, even if per student funding decreased, lowering the teacher/student ratio in some instances might overcome the reduced funding. This is particularly the case when it is part of a planned, strategic...
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Re: Negroes who defend the status quo once they've "gotten theirs"

UppityNegress ·
OK, I will entertain this idea. Please explain how giving sufficient painkillers to some Black kid with a broken arm will threaten those in power? Please explain what benefit the American health system has in providing a lower level of medical care Blacks? I'm surprised you haven't argued the other way, b/c more healthy people equals less time lost on jobs, less time spent on unemployment or disability funds, and more productivity all around. That in turn equals more money flowing through...
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Re: Racism Out Of "Racism-Deniers"

Empty Purnata ·
But, I have a few theories on who and what CON-Feed is (and he's not the only one here like himself, Michael Lofton doesn't count, he's a Spambot): 1) A CONSERVATIVE WHITE GUY WHO VIEWS BLACK PEOPLE AS BEING "BENEATH HIM" COMING HERE TO SPAM THE SITE WITH TRIPE (WHILE PRETENDING TO BE BLACK) THINKING HE CAN GET US TO BREAK DOWN AND ACT ALL "NIGGERISH" SO HE CAN GET A GOOD LAUGH. 2) An extremely sheltered Black man who grew up in a middle-class/rich home by Black Middleclass parents who told...
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Re: Plane Hits Building...

Frenchy ·
EP, here is a link to the original conversation: "Did Anybody See...?" Here is the link that explains all of the evidence in the most detail: Above Top Secret
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Re: Who Should Pay for Reparations? Black Americans... Obviously

Nmaginate ·
No attacks... Just a whole bunch of laughin'!!!! Maybe you ought to take some time and research this Secret Agent Man's postings on that very type of subject - approach. If you know me the idea of SOVEREIGNTY is crucial to my conception of Reparations. Black people were effectively dispossessed of their(our) land too... Native Americans via Reservations, etc. have [at least] a modicum of sovereignty ... [African Americans] haven't even been treated with [that] much respect or in the same...
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Re: I guess the draft will start once they start f-king with Iran

Faheem ·
Here is a great piece by Pat... __________________________ Iran vs. Israel: Bush's dilemma -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Posted: January 25, 2006 1:00 a.m. Eastern By Patrick J. Buchanan -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- © 2006 Creators Syndicate, Inc. In the test of wills between the West and Iran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad shows no sign of backing down. The Iranian president has said Israel should...
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Re: Gunmen attack Nigeria oil complex

Texas Star ·
http://www.cnn.com/2006/WORLD/africa/01/25/nigeria.hostages.reut/index.html WARRI, Nigeria (Reuters) -- Villagers fled Nigeria's lawless delta on Wednesday amid fears of military reprisals after a wave of attacks on foreign oil companies by ethnic Ijaw militia. The army deployed more troops to key installations and oil companies tightened security around their offices a day after heavily armed men stormed the headquarters of Italian oil firm Agip, robbing a bank on the premises and killing...
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Re: Inappropriate gift?

2cloudsabove9 ·
A gift is a gift. Take it or leave it. You actually did some decisive shopping and considered all the factors. I think that the woman who approached you about it being inappropriate is a hater and is just mad because she wanted it and you probably bought the last one. Just because someone associates Victoria Secret with intimacy that doesn't mean everyone does. Just like we have different opinions about your situtation, everyone has different views about gifts and brand names.
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Re: Inappropriate gift?

MidLifeMan ·
WOW!. You would get all of that from a innocent gift from a friend...and besides I wouldn't need to give you a gift to "imagining what I would look like in this nightwear"...since I'm a guy a we tend image most women naked anyway EXACTALY!!!
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Re: Inappropriate gift?

Frenchy ·
There's no such thing as an innocent gift from a man. I think it's normal to wonder why someone chose a particular gift for you. And I think you'd be hard-pressed to find someone that didn't associate Victoria's Secret with intimacy. Think about your wife telling you she wants to show you a gift she got from her male co-worker... and then pulling out a Victoria's Secret bag.
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Re: Inappropriate gift?

FireFly ·
It's funny, as I was reading the original post, I was thinking (tick) colour sounds good (tick) matching set (tick) fits the Santa budget... and yep that's the way I would shop... being a woman... except that if a male work mate bought me something from Victoria's Secret a few things would zoom through my head when I opened it: my boyfriend would totally freak out if another guy bought me anything from Victoria's Secret, second was it a sleezy joke, and third, was there a hidden meaning, did...
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Re: Inappropriate gift?

MidLifeMan ·
Point taken...but I don't think I would be to worried about my wife buying a gift for her male co-worker and it was from VICTORIA SECRETS...AND it was for HIM not her....I mean whats to worry about over a man that wears Victoria S clothing....get my point. But I understand the notion that "there's no such thing as an innocent gift from a man"...like I said I USE to think men and women could be friends but...we know it ain't so.
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Re: Inappropriate gift?

MidLifeMan ·
This was years ago and neither of us was married or she may have had a boyfriend...I can't recall...but the reponses here proves my point...men and women CAN NOT be friends because there is ALWAYS an underlying sexual issue.
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Re: Inappropriate gift?

Frenchy ·
Of course not! There isn't anything really for men in Victoria Secret (at least not hetero men). But if she bought a male co-worker a gift from "Harry's House of Sexy Drawers" or something like that, you'd be a little WTF? . A woman can be friends with a man. But a man is always a backrub or plate of food from gettin' down with the get down.
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Re: Larry Elder: blacks and republicans

Nmaginate ·
Elder is high, drunk, pimp-slapped, etc. because of the disconnect. He knows the rule. Politics is all about "What Have You Done For Me Lately." What the hell is he talking about the history? Like there is a BETTER WHITE MAN or something? Silly BASTARD!! Last time, at The Barbershop , this mf was thumbing his nose at history:Funny how he showed right awful disdain for history there and never even came close to casting that history in a positive light, let alone putting a hellified spin on...
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

Rowe ·
To put it succintly, these men are on another level. Many of them are vegan, they don't drink, they don't smoke cigarettes (or weed), and they avoid intermingling (romatically) with lost people. And by doing this, they avoid the frustration that results from dealing with ignorant and lost women. Some of them are so selective that they will not date a woman who chemically straightens her hair, because a woman who is willing to sacrifice her health in order to conform to a Eurocentric standard...
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

HonestBrother ·
This is easy to say if you live in D.C. or New York.... That's it! I need to move... There's no one in this whole part of the country remotely like this
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

bigddouble ·
You still did not explain what puts these men on "another level" as you put it. You just described more personal preferences. Being vegan is a choice - not necessarily a better one than eating meats. Vegans have their own health issues to deal with. There are some nutrients that are hard to come by in vegan diets. Particularly if they do not consume diary. Drinking in moderation is shown to improve heart health and lipid profiles, so being a non-drinker isn't inherently better either. How do...
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Re: The Left Hand of God

Melesi ·
A pity that you don't remember that we killed Malcolm X ourselves. What color was Talmadge Hayer? Malcolm had said that the Nation of Islam was out to kill him, and perhaps you saw the documentary on his life, "Brother Minister"? It included a secret recording of Louis Farrakhan saying that if they, the NOI, killed Malcolm, that wasn't anybody elese's business. So you're saying that Malcolm died for us even though we did the killing? You're substituting one Savior for another while...
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Re: Cognitive dissonance and the black woman

HonestBrother ·
Not to start anything, but for the record, I did not generalize... I very clearly wrote "all of our women ( or a goodly portion of them)" I think the statement is absolutely true as it stands. Perhaps the following is a purely subjective judgement on my part, but from where I stand too many of our people (male and female) are into to "these strict, authoritarian (and paternalistic) religious organizations." And it's no secret but black women are the most Jesus praising group of women in the...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Oshun Auset ·
You may also want to read STOLEN LEGACY. George James began his book by informing us that the Egyptian Mystery System was the oldest in the world and was 'also a Secret Order, and membership was gained by initiation and a pledge to secrecy. The teaching was graded and delivered orally to the Neophyte; and under these circumstances of secrecy, the Egyptians developed secret systems of writing and teaching, and forbade their Initiates from writing what they had learn.' - p.1 Aristotle is still...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
oshun, You mean George James' 1954 book that says that Aristotle took from the library at Alexandria philosophical works that he copied and claimed as his own? That George James? Would it make any difference to know that the city of Alexandria was a Greek city (there is that name, you know) founded after Alexander's conquest of Egypt? That Alexander was a student of Aristotle, and therefore Aristotle was older than he was--older enough that he died thirty years before the library was...
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Re: CARNIVAL IS THE ANCIENT 'AFRICAN-KHEMET NEW YEAR"

Melesi ·
Come, Oshun, you can do better than that. Your response was like the description some years back of those who, when accused of killing three men and a dog, would triumphantly produce the dog alive. As you well know, Alexandria was built near an old fishing village called Rhakotis, a nondescript place with nothing to recommend it. Alexandria eventually grew to cover it, but Alexandria was built there, not because there was anything about the village worth preserving or imitating, but because...
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Re: One Man Battling the Democratic Party

1milehi ·
http://adeebafolami.com/archives/2006/perryman2.html
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

HonestBrother ·
Rowe, where do you get those pictures (in your avatar)? Or is that a secret?
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

Rowe ·
Sure, you can find most of the pictures featured in my avatar on the site photographersdirect.com. The problem is (well, for some, this may not be a problem at all) the photographs are copyright protected and cannot be used without permission. Professional photographers who travel the world taking these pictures have posted their very best work on this site for a fee. Other images were found just web surfing.
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Re: What are you listening to right now?

HonestBrother ·
I was just amazed at the seemingly inexhaustible wealth of black female beauty you bring to us... Keep it up!
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
Let's take English as a case study. English has borrowed extensively from other languages: theology, logic, skeptic (are all from Greek) paternity, ad hoc, ad hominem (come from Latin) kindergarten (from German) Yenta (from Russian) smorgasbord (Swedish) The tendency to borrow from Greek and Latin is most intense in the areas of scholarship and higher learning. Whereas things like "smorgasbord" seem to have been retained almost randomly (and reflect our immigrant history). But in all cases...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

Kai ·
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: Black Think Tanks, Seeking New Members

Vito ·
I don't mean "go to war" in the traditional sense; that is, I don't mean we should aim to kill. I meant if figuratively, but very seriously. We must design a good plan, perhaps even a secret plan, for economic, political, and social success, and when our plan is finished, we must go to war against the racist empire, against a cruel legal system--even against dependency on White America for sustenance. We must go to war and finish what was started so long ago. The first phase happened in the...
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Re: The Word ["Amen"]

HonestBrother ·
Firstly, I'm not an Africanist nor an Egyptologist.... Never claimed to be .... I'll repost the following: And I have spent a hell of a lot time studying languages. For more than a decade I was in the practice of learning one new language every year. And I have a degree in the subject. So I do have some amount of expert knowledge. Virtue asked about the methodology. One does not have to be an Africanist to make general observations about linguistic methodology. And so I attempted to explain:...
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Re: Which Mythological Goddess Are You?

Khalliqa ·
Isis Indeed, you are 87% erudite, 83% sensual, 54% martial, and 41% saturnine. This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres. Isis was one element of a Holy Trinity, the remaining two figures being her brother and husband Osiris and their heroic son Horus. She was the Goddess of Magic for her brilliance, as well as the Goddess of...
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Re: Which Mythological Goddess Are You?

Frenchy ·
Isis Indeed, you are 66% erudite, 66% sensual, 58% martial, and 62% saturnine. This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres. Isis was one element of a Holy Trinity, the remaining two figures being her brother and husband Osiris and their heroic son Horus. She was the Goddess of Magic for her brilliance, as well as the Goddess of...
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Re: List of Attributes about me women need to know beforehand...

Kai ·
Peace...... Okay.... Here is a list of things about me: 1. I never perform for others...Do not expect me to be social to people I just don't like. I will hold your hand in public, and hug and kiss in public, however, not because it looks cute, or how it will appear in any other way...I will show affection like this because there are sincere feelings there.... 2. I generally don't like over the top pet names...I will not use them...I never wished to be called "Boo", "Sugah bear", etc....
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Re: First Reaction...

Fabulous ·
~gasp~ Celibate eyes like mine can't take visuals like that. . .didn't you know that? Be still my heart. {Fab turns head away} {turns head back} Oh, but I have an idea! {narrows eyes and slowly approaches Black Viking} I think you need a butt spanking for this dirty deed of yours. Let me go get my whip, the one with the silky straps. {opens a door} Ahhhh, there it is. (removes whip from secret place} Now, Bend over Mr. Black Viking cause I got a little sumptin' sumptin' for ya . . .here ya...
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Re: First Reaction...

Black Viking ·
You know, Fab... after reading and re-reading your posts, you seem just too much like a woman I knew a long time ago. Do me a favor, and check your private messages.
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Re: First Reaction...

HonestBrother ·
I'm getting excited...
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Re: Which Mythological Goddess Are You?

tru2urself16 ·
WOW! Ya'll are not going to believe what I got... Apparently some of us are on the same wave length... ISIS Indeed, you are 70% erudite, 75% sensual, 54% martial, and 41% saturnine. This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres. Isis was one element of a Holy Trinity, the remaining two figures being her brother and husband Osiris...
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Re: Which Mythological Goddess Are You?

FireFly ·
Isis Indeed, you are 79% erudite, 95% sensual, 50% martial, and 41% saturnine. This Egyptian supreme Goddess is certainly the most influential deity on subsequent cultures. She was the ideal figure of womanhood, usually compared with the Greek Goddess Demeter or her Roman version, Ceres. Isis was one element of a Holy Trinity, the remaining two figures being her brother and husband Osiris and their heroic son Horus. She was the Goddess of Magic for her brilliance, as well as the Goddess of...
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Re: Men... tell it like it is!

Kai ·
Peace.... I must say this in advance...I am a huge fan of women.. However, there are some things about many women which baffles me..Here is my list of complaints: 1. Women are not completely honest when it comes to what kind of man they are attracted to. I am beginning to believe this is not really dishonesty but confusion. A woman will swear on a stack of bibles that she likes an intelligent, sophisticated, well groomed, go getter, and then be found crying desperately over some barely...
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Re: Men... tell it like it is!

Black Viking ·
Damn... I'm stunned. I actually agree with everything you wrote here, Kai.
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Re: Men... tell it like it is!

FireFly ·
and what's wrong with that?
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Re: Men... tell it like it is!

Huey ·
What's wrong with that?! Art_gurl, are you drunk? I don't want my girlfriend's girlfriends know that she caught me crying while I was watching "Beaches," "Brian's Song," "Old Yeller," "Saving Private Ryan," "Glory," "Born On The Fourth of July," "The Color Purple" and a whole lot of other stuff on TV and cable. There are some Satanettes walking the earth, posing as women, and heaven forbid if you're dating one. She tells her girls how sensitive, you are, then you get weird looks from them,...
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Re: Men... tell it like it is!

tru2urself16 ·
I am laughing so hard...Don't take offense because I know most of you are probably serious, but it's too funny. BV True, but what other defense mechanisms do we have? On second thought, don't answer that. HB Well, we gotta tell somebody. Would it be better if we discussed it over with your friends?
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Re: Men... tell it like it is!

FireFly ·
and the WINNER IS.... .
 
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