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All I know is SADE plans to tour again and I cannot wait to see here again, hoping she returns to the arena in Atlanta. When I say this lady really showed out, BELIEVE IT!!!!
This was very good. I believe everything Mr. Theus is saying. This is why you go to the horse for the information.
Ed strikes me as someone with Bipolar/narcissist diagnosis. A bipolar narcissist can be a dangerous individual. These people are only concerned about themselves, which was evident in all his videos. But, the damage Ed has done can't be undone. Now all HBCUs are painted as having run down, molded buildings. HBCUs have been trending for a whole week now. Smh.Let's see if anyone else is going to give him his FIRST coaching job.
New York, Los Angeles and Chicago are becoming less Black as African Americans leave the cities that drew their elders
The percentage of Black Americans who live in the South has been increasing since 1990, and the biggest gains have been in the region’s large urban areas, according to census data. The Black population of metro Atlanta more than doubled between 1990 and 2020, surpassing 2 million in the most recent census, with the city overtaking Chicago as the second-largest concentration of African Americans in the country after metropolitan New York. The Black population also more than doubled in metro Charlotte while greater Houston and Dallas-Fort Worth both saw their Black populations surpass 1 million for the first time. Several smaller metro areas also saw sizable gains, including San Antonio; Raleigh and Greensboro, N.C.; Orlando and Little Rock.
Roland irks me because he is a journalist that says uh and um so many times that I can barely follow what he's trying to say. Secondly, he has fashioned himself as an HBCU advocate but really only reports on tea and shows up when he's keynoting.
Ed was unhinged in this interview. Interrupting his representative, crying, speech was sometimes inaudible. By now you should be able to articulate what things are from your side free of all the dramatics.
Again, Ed could've been right about whatever but you can't lambast your employer and think you'll remain employed. Also, I still think the president did a good job articulating his point.
Y you lived in Texas before. I've been to Houston and Dallas cause I have fam there.
What is Austin like?
Like Houston and Dallas, 'big ol' pissing country place, nothing much to see'. That line is from the Best Little Whore House in Texas.
Austin is VERY different from houston and dallas.
Houston is much more black. Austin is "weird"
Lots of homeless.
Big tech is everywhere
If its NOT an HBCU, I just don't really care........pretty much my sentiments as well. HOWEVER..........I think its rather "curious" that the HBCU program which is alleged to be the BEST in FCS has avoided playing the BEST in FCS. But as the late NFL and college football coach brutha Denny Green once famously said: If you wanna crown them, crown them....., but they have AVOIDED playing the best.