One exam out the way blog family, few more to go. I finally broke down and asked Bronx Logic for what I needed, support. Dinner cooked. To be told that I was gonna make it. So instead of complaining to everyone else about not getting support, I asked for it (I see you g. gotty).
The best part was an inspirational mix with:
1. The eye of the tiger
2. Can I have it Like that.
3. Meth vs. Chef
4. Can it be (all so simple)
5. Believe in Yourself (from THE WIZ)
Needless to say a beech was choked up.
The artwork is by Portia Wells. I love this serious. It is so subversive.
Dude. There was this crazy blazing fire in Greenpoint. I swear on my dead thirty cats, you could smell the embers in downtown Manhattan at 7pm yesterday. Mind you the fire was in Brooklyn. Took me straight back to three days after 9/11 fam.
Spring has me feeling artist. F*ck that. I allways am feeling artistic. I missed Kehinde's show at BMA last year, but alas, here is an article about him. I love reading about artist. I feel like they give me something to work with.
Here is some more of his work. B-Boys, STAND UP.
Yall hear about that musical set to Earth Wind and Fire. Why don't we have tickets to this?
Daily Candy is for sale. I have been getting Daily Candy e-mails from JUMP STREET. I am gald to see that the sista' has flipped her jawn into something profitable.
In other words, nobody knows how to price the company, whose central asset is a sexy mailing list. The rotund neatness of the floated $100 million price tag may be interpreted as “your guess is as good as ours.” (A source inside the company insisted it was worth much more.) The bare functional core of any major Website—the programming, the design, and the bandwidth—can be yours for about $20,000. The rest of the value is locked in with the unquantifiables—the buzz, the virality, the self-perpetuating magic: Why did teens abandon Friendster to colonize MySpace? Where’s the guarantee they won’t decamp en masse and migrate to TagWorld next?
Yes, there were brotha's in NYC dressed like this. I had to share. They are party promoters which makes sense, seeing as the threads are so, ahem, attention grabbing.
When ever I meet a woman that is a momma I say, DO YOU DO ANY ADDITIONAL WORK
OUTSIDE THE HOME. Or something along those lines.
Finally someone has quantitativly qualified the jawn.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A full-time stay-at-home mother would earn $134,121 a year if paid for all her work, an amount similar to a top U.S. ad executive, a marketing director or a judge, according to a study released Wednesday.
A mother who works outside the home would earn an extra $85,876 annually on top of her actual wages for the work she does at home, according to the study by Waltham, Massachusetts-based compensation experts Salary.com.
How yall doing blog family? May is here. The tulips are out. Summer is on the way. I really am thinking about popping up in Oakland at the end of the month? What are yall's summer plans? _______________________