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and wasn't this dude hubby no. 3?

who in the hell wants to be spouse no. 3 except some desperate person.

or somebody in their 60's or older.

good grief.  ::)
:lol: :lol:.............c'mon, homeboy, what's wrong with being hubby no. 3?  The brutha obviously hooked up with some "good stuff" and wasn't going to easily let it go without a fight. Miz Lady apparently has "favors" that she doesn't feel ought to be limited to one dude, that's all.   ;D

Stop hatin.  :lol:

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General Discussion Forum / Re: After much deliberation, Tito goes solo...
« on: December 30, 2010, 11:53:34 AM »
WOW!!!........so Tito is gonna drop his debut solo CD early next year?

Man, this is the most exciting news I've heard since, say, 10 minutes ago when I told my assistant lets haul a-- by 4:00pm local  today.  :)
 
 ;D

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Politics / Re: 120 Wounded Knee Anniversary
« on: December 30, 2010, 11:25:07 AM »
The United Nation’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People
Submitted by louisehartmann on 29. December 2010 - 9:11

Since taking office – President Obama has tried to reach out to indigenous Native Americans in a number of ways.  Recently – the President announced support for the United Nation’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People – a document previously opposed by former President Bush.  As the State Department says – the declaration is not legally binding – but it does work to, “address historical inequities faced by indigenous communities in the United States.”  And – President Obama has pledged to improve access to quality health care, education, and employment.  Of course – like any reasonable civil rights policy championed by the President – Conservatives are angry.  .....
What's interesting about that document is.....if carried out....may result in parts of Manhattan being given back to the Indians. I think more than conservatives would be angry if that happened. GO VIKINGS!!!
sigh..............your comment, although brief, is fraught with error.  To wit:

1. The excerpt that you posted in your response CLEARLY states that "the declaration is not legally binding".  So what do you mean with the comment "if carried out"?

2. It is both historically and factually INACCURATE to refer to indigenous people as "Indians".  The only reason they came to be known as that is because the idiot Christopher Columbus - a persom whom I'm sure you admire  ::) - thought he had achieved a circuitous route to India and, thus, referred to the native peoples he observed as "Indians".  Columbus had, in fact, arrived on the island of Hispaniola (Haiti/Dominican Republic).

3. The UN Declaration, among other things, brings attention to the historical mistreatment of indigenous people.  And while the African would not be considered "indigenous" to this continent, the grotesque and horrific practice of slavery in the Americas would certainly also be discussed/reviewed in light of the Declaration.  That might accelerate the discussion of reparations, but I'm sure you're opposed to that as well.  ::)

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Oldsport,


You sound like the old HBCU football fan in the stands still smarting over a bad call from twenty years ago. 
.........uhhhh, try THIRTY-TWO years ago.  FAMU v. Tenn State, Doak Campbell Stadium (Florida State), October, 1978.  :o

Those calls made by TSU HAND PICKED officials in the closing minutes of that game which gave TSU the game STILL haunt me to this day.   :(

Oh, well, carry on responding to spotty's foolishness.............................. :lol:

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But how does being in support of the death  penalty equate to being a vigilante?  :shrug:
.....uhhh, JT, there is something "incongruent" about the subject matter of this thread and the young lass depicted in your signature.

Is there an explanation?  ;D

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General Discussion Forum / Re: 2010 CAPITAL CITY KWANZAA CELEBRATION
« on: December 28, 2010, 05:22:18 PM »
The dumbest holiday ever made by a fat sellout FBI informant.
You didn't get very much attention when you were a child, did you?

How sad.  :(

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Politics / Re: OBAMA'S NEW START
« on: December 28, 2010, 04:33:34 PM »
IMO, it ain' ova yet. I'm just waiting for these newly elected fools to come in and try to undo what this congress has done. We'll get to really see who'll be "one and done" then.

Chess vs. Checkers... ;D
.........I'm with you, Brutha soflo.  Just yesterday or so, I heard NPR interview some dentist clown, forgotten the district, who defeated the one-term incumbent Democratic congressman.  This guy has all KINDS of ideas about how he and the other freshman GOP'ers are gonna shakeup things in the new congress.

I can predict something already.  The GOP leadership will have certain ideas about what policy agenda will move forward immediately, but these Tea Party folks are gonna have totally CONTRASTING ideas.  Its going to eventually culminate in GOP fratricide.

And then ole John Boehnner will REALLY have something to cry about.  ::)

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Politics / Re: 'rent is too damn high' candidate announces presidential run
« on: December 28, 2010, 02:54:46 PM »
Man people have nothing better to do
.....yep, that's why they post on internet social boards.

 ;D

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Politics / Re: my governor preserves slave burial ground
« on: December 23, 2010, 04:19:27 PM »
Jews want to be empowered--blacks want to be accepted, that is the big difference.
WOW!!!  :o

Yeah, if both groups have different aspirations, then that would certainly go a long way in explaining their current WIDELY divergent plight.

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Politics / Re: OBAMA IN GOOD SHAPE FOR 2012 DESPITE CURRENT WOES
« on: December 23, 2010, 12:40:55 PM »
I get the feeling the Uchi thinks every leader of the U.S. should go around the world with their chest stuck out, dictating to other world leaders, demanding that they look up to us as the supreme leader of the planet, and what we say goes, no questions asked.


WAKE THE F*** UP!
The U.S. is but a shell of itself, and people like you are in too deep of a denial to realize it. There's a nightmare waiting on the horizon for you if you ever decide come out of your slumber and cross back over into reality...if you were ever there to start with...
Could not have said it better myself.  TREMENDOUS post, sir.  :clap:



Thing is, Strike- Week in and week out, I come into contact with a BROAD cross-section of the American public, and a fair of amount of foreign visitors. I dialogue with these people on current issues, and almost to a person, they all agree with what I wrote in my previous post(s).


......yeah, FULLY understand what you're saying here, bruh.

Folks across the world still look to the United States to provide moral leadership, DESPITE this country's atrocious history in its treatment of blacks and other ethnic minorities.  Fortunately, we DO have a mechanism in place in this country, i.e., the Constitution, that can be used as vehicle to redress and correct historic grievances and wrongs.  One could argue that yesterday's enactment of the repeal of DADT is a part of that evolutionary chain of correcting past mistreatment of folks.

But soflo is ABSOLUTELY correct, the days of people in this country trying to bully other countries into submission in pursuit of economic and political hegemony are OVAH!!!!!  This stupid a-- woman from Alaska has recently "written" a piece, published nationally, stating that the Obama administration needs to get "tough" with Iran on its nuclear policy.  Don't know what she would suggest, but does she REALLY THINK that the United States can scare the leaders of Iran into crying "uncle" or something?  Well, she's so stupid, perhaps she REALLY DOES believe this.  But most RATIONAL people know that it doesn't work like that anymore.

I think peeps like Uchi, y, spotty, et al, had damn well better pay CLOSE attention to all of this 2010 census data that's being released.  It is providing some stark realities about just what being an "American" means as we traverse the first quarter of the 21st century.

One COMPELLING statistic released about Nashville continues to stun me.  The data suggests that in 2010 AT LEAST 25% of ALL Metro-Nashville public school children are Hispanic.  That is simply ASTOUNDING, but it speaks to the changing demographics that are occurring across the country.

We are facing new "realities" as citizens of the United States of America.  The sooner we ACKNOWLEDGE that, the better off we ALL will be.

End of lecture.   :lol:




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Politics / Re: my governor preserves slave burial ground
« on: December 23, 2010, 12:14:27 PM »
.........see, this is what separates negroes from jews.  :(

McDonnell issues a proclamation a few months back recognizing "Confederate History Month," or some such thing, and the proclamation is COMPLETELY silent on the issue of slavery.  Notwithstanding the fact there would NOT have been a Confederacy BUT FOR the issue of slavery.  >:(

After much deserved furor and condemnation, McDonnell backpedals, says he meant no offense, then issues obligatory comments about the horrors of slavery.  Which ALL of course means that, to McDonnell, slavery is an "after thought".

If McDonnell had in some way suggested some commemoration/recognition/observation of the Nazis WITHOUT mentioning the Holocaust, Jewish people would have run his a-- out of the statehouse in Richmond.

So comes now THIS thread about dude "allegedly" caring about an African burial ground, and we are supposed to conclude that ole Bob is some sort of good guy or something?!?!?!?!?

No WONDER black folks are and remain so "f'ed" up.

God bless us all.  :(

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Politics / Re: 'Secession Ball' divides many in Charleston, S.C.
« on: December 23, 2010, 09:52:09 AM »
why are they celebrating losing a war that they started. 
Answer:  I dunno.  But I also often wonder why negroes on this board support a political party which promotes policies and ideas that are anathema to the overwhelming majority of black folks.

Yeah, I wonder about these things.

 ;D

The same reason the majority of negroes on this board supports a political party which have leaders walking around talking about Obama does not speak with a "Negro Dialect"
 
;)
Rocks in glass houses mate....rocks in glass houses.

.......actually, its true, the gentleman does NOT speak with an negro dialect.

BTW, I noticed the foreign flag which accompanies your avatar.  In what english dialect do YOU speak, "mate"?  :)

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Politics / Re: OBAMA IN GOOD SHAPE FOR 2012 DESPITE CURRENT WOES
« on: December 23, 2010, 09:28:45 AM »
I get the feeling the Uchi thinks every leader of the U.S. should go around the world with their chest stuck out, dictating to other world leaders, demanding that they look up to us as the supreme leader of the planet, and what we say goes, no questions asked.


WAKE THE F*** UP!
The U.S. is but a shell of itself, and people like you are in too deep of a denial to realize it. There's a nightmare waiting on the horizon for you if you ever decide come out of your slumber and cross back over into reality...if you were ever there to start with...
Could not have said it better myself.  TREMENDOUS post, sir.  :clap:


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Politics / Re: 'Secession Ball' divides many in Charleston, S.C.
« on: December 23, 2010, 09:22:58 AM »
why are they celebrating losing a war that they started. 
Answer:  I dunno.  But I also often wonder why negroes on this board support a political party which promotes policies and ideas that are anathema to the overwhelming majority of black folks.

Yeah, I wonder about these things.

 ;D

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