I have been blogging for a couple of years now.
One of the things that I have learned is that
it is so much more enjoyable when there is
a media event or issue that arises that get
folks to thinking and talking about what he
discuss here all the time.
The first time I saw it was with the Imus event.
The second time I saw it was with the Will Okun
With an Clinton/Obama nomination upon us,
issues such as gender and race, which would
normally be at the periphery of a mainstream
conversations are out front and center.
Take the above video.
And now, peep the following.
Kareem and Common look bugged out.
Who thought to put them next to each other?
It's a little too warm and fuzzy or me.
Not warm and fuzzy bad, but warm and fuzzy
and *politically underdeveloped. I just finished reading
by Daniel Brook.
I can't tell you the last time I read a book in two days,
but please believe I am a changed person because of it.
I don't even want to start with a half-a*sed review now
because, I need to digest some of the things that
he talks about, so that I can present them to you all
clearly. But, trust. My bird has been blown back by this dude.
Wait, let me say this. From reading this book,
I have figured out that the Baby
mommas and the Lawyer mommas have in common
and what I need to do to get them to see that. I have
a renewed sense of insight and clarity.
Long live election year blogging.
* courtesy of Birkhold.
Do you care about who wins?
Or do you just want the troops to come home?
Or do you just want your tax rebate and
new episodes of Lost?