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General Discussion Forum / Re: RIP Combat Jack/ Reggie Ossé
« on: December 21, 2017, 09:14:20 AM »
I recently heard he was fighting colon cancer.
It must have been advanced when he was diagnosed.
Wow! Very accomplished and bright guy.

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General Discussion Forum / Re: Omarosa...FIRED from the white house?
« on: December 16, 2017, 12:42:58 PM »
The rumor that I have been hearing is Omarosa
confronted General Kelly when she found out her husband’s credentials were deactivated. And, she was not happy about Kelly curtailbig her free-wheeling access to #45.
Mr. Omarosa couldn’t attend the Christmas Party nor could he come and go to the White House as he once did.
I doubt Omarosa was uncomfortable with the policies coming out of the White House. She wasn’t too uncomfortable telling people to “bow down” to #45, and she wasn’t upset with saying they had a “list of  those who went against “ Trump and they would be taking care of them.
She is such a loser. I hope she saves her money, I doubt Fox News will hire her at this point

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He married the whitest White woman (after Jen Bush’s son) and he is harassing women? He is going to learn the hard way that he is still a brother despite his light eyes and pale skin. I wonder how he is going to explain this one to his wife?

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General Discussion Forum / Re: Article on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
« on: December 10, 2017, 05:21:59 PM »
Just because several Black women congratulated Megan and Harry on several social media platforms, doesn’t mean Black women are  looking to marry White men.

This is why Journalism is a raging dumpster fire these days. There is no attribution, no real point to what is being written, no conclusion, it is  whatever-i-want-to-say-I-will-write-it.

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Good! Hope you like them, but there are many other channels out there if you don’t like those.

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This is a much-needed article. It shows that Black people are interested in eating and preparing vegan dishes that are tasty and most importantly--healthy.

I went to the Baltimore SoulVegan event, and it was good to see Black folks eating healthy and trying new things, asking questions.

I am a fan of Jenne Claiborne and Monique Koch, I just happened to come across their YouTube Channels and I am glad I did.

There is a Black guy called The Urban Black Vegan, and he is pretty informative and cooks  meals too.

I hope this continues and isn't just a trend.

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General Discussion Forum / Re: More young people are becoming farmers
« on: November 26, 2017, 08:33:13 PM »
I live near that farm mentioned in the articlean. The woman who runs it is a  millenial andcso are most of the employees and volunteers.

There is another farm near me which has a majority millennial staff too. Both farms operate a CSA, Community Supported Agriculture program which seems to be very popular among that age group. And both set up farmers’ markets in D.C., targeting  in the poorer sections so that people can buy afffordable fresh veggies and fruits.
M I would be happy to see millennials continue to operate small community-based farms.

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I’m going to be shallow on this one.,.

He isn’t the best-looking fella,kind of blocky face and body. He is basic.
 I’m guessing his secondary school is the equivalent of
Deerfield Academy or Horace Mann.

But he is what Malia likes for now.

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I appreciate Donna’s exposing the Democratic Party’s madness. But she is the one who got the questions ahead of the debate and gave them to Hill.
And if it working with The DNC with Hill being the helm was SO BAD, why did she stay this long?
To get material for her book?
To keep her fat paycheck?
To honor her contract?
I’m glad she told all on the DNC, maybe people will see they are only a smidgen bit better than that GOP and that it’s beyond time for a third party.


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The best hair is hair that is maintained on a regular basis with washing, conditioning and brushing and combing as needed.

Wavy hair is just that...wavy hair.
It doesn’t make
it better  than any other hair.
 White folks  have done a mind game on all Black folks around the globe.

It’s amazing how we allowed them
to impose their beauty standards on us and we use it to criticize each other at every opportunity.

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Help me understand. Black men go the DR, Brazil, Belize and parts of Europe on a PhuckFest and Black women go to Italy and
to do the same. So,now it become a matter of Black women being used, having to support the men and everything negative.  How is that?
Let’s not forget those women who are “dating” the visiting Black men during the PhuckFest are using those men for everything they can get, and then going back and talking about how stupid they are. And if they can get a Black man to marry them,
or  can get into the U.S., those women  are going to bring their family members so he can support them or sponsor them for citizenship.

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Malia and her sister probably wouldn’t date Black guys even if their dad hadn’t been President.
Those girls were raised and socialized in different circles than the average Black girls.
I’m sure if Malia was attending a HBCU, there would be the same bets on who would have sex with her first, post it on social  media.
Let’s not forget she would have to navigate her way through life on a Black campus with everything that comes with that.
 So, actually being who she is, Malia is walking through a landline no matter what she does.
 
And I’ll say this, my kid and her friends had a some Malia sightings and they all said she always seemed like she REALLY  wanted to be left alone.

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Sports Forum / Re: Hampton leaving the MEAC...
« on: November 16, 2017, 05:53:57 PM »
Buh-bye!  Good luck to them. Harvey University athletics  is not as good as they think they are and  they will find that out when Liberty or Campbell throws up 65 points in a football game.

They will see when they get NO calls during a basketball game  and they get blown out with four of their  fans sitting in the bleachers.

Harvey is not going to be able wield his influence to manipulate the Big South the way he did in the MEAC.


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General Discussion Forum / Re: Do you have flat feet?
« on: November 01, 2017, 08:02:20 PM »
Yes.  I wore  corrective shoes starting st a year old until I was about 8 or 9.
Then, I had an insert (cookie arch)in my shoes until I was about 12 or 13.

Since then, I always made sure to wear shoes with arch support and gave regular check-ups

i had corrective surgery. It changed my life because I had been walking wrong my entire life. In my youth I thought foot pain was a normal occurrence for everyone after walking a long distance. The pain became more frequent as I aged. It got to a point where it was constant when standing and walking. I was really hesitant about the surgery because it was so involved. The recovery and walking around in a cast was the worst part. The rehab was no walk in the park either.

I don't think surgery was an option for me as a kid. My parents and doctors kept me in those corrective shoes and it helped me. I can imagine how challenging rehab and foot surgery must be. I had bone spurs removed and that was enough surgery for me.

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General Discussion Forum / Re: Do you have flat feet?
« on: November 01, 2017, 07:58:11 PM »
Yes.  I wore  corrective shoes starting st a year old until I was about 8 or 9.
Then, I had an insert (cookie arch)in my shoes until I was about 12 or 13.

Since then, I always made sure to wear shoes with arch support and gave regular check-ups

Are there certain styles of shoes you can't wear?  I have a high instep and can't wear certain types of shoes.

 I cannot wear flip-flops, flat shoes of any kind, including sandals. If I wear them, my feet start throbbing wear my arch is supposed to be.  :lol: And I have narrow feet, which doesn't help my shoe choices because narrow sizes are not very popular.

My mom had a high instep and there were shoes she couldn't wear because her instep would be squeezed.

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