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    Melissa Ortiz and the Argumentative Black Woman

Melissa Ortiz and the Argumentative Black Woman

Fallacy: a deceptive, misleading, or false notion, belief, etc.; any of various types of erroneous reasoning that render arguments logically unsound.

It seems as if many of us that live on top of this majestic, rotating mud-ball tend to live through fallacies. Plenty of us take on beliefs that are theoretically sound and, at the same time, realistically silly. Others believe in things that aren’t worth wiping one’s backside with.

Melissa […]

Michael Sam’s Homosexuality Brings Out Idiots

Does anyone remember Playmakers? Yes? No? Well, let me explain.

Playmakers was a show that premiered on ESPN a little over ten years ago. Due to its gritty depiction of professional football, it was quite the popular show. Following a fictional team by the name of The Cougars, it followed the ins and outs of […]

Good Luck Charlie Gay Couple Episode

Good Luck Charlie had the audacity to have a gay couple on their episode and I love everything about it.

Then again, I have only watched a few episodes of Good Luck Charlie during my entire lifetime. It IS a Disney show. So, I would never have a big reason to watch it unless I […]

Marcus Smart was Right to React and be Suspended

Marcus Smart reacted the way many of us would have when we are pushed to the limit. Before I explain my position, let me get into the situation.
Why Marcus Smart Was Right
Things can become tumultuous when you are dealing with hecklers at sports games. Many people come to those sporting events just to harass […]

The Martin Luther King Estate Battle in 5 Lessons

As a patriarch, the one thing you do not ever want is your kids arguing over what you left behind for them. Also, you do not want their issues to go public. Many people don’t realize that “home issues” need to remain “inside the home”. The outside world doesn’t need, nor deserve, the chance […]

5 Lessons Learned from Snowpocalypse Atlanta

What a night.

It all began in the early Tuesday morning of January 28, 2013. The snowstorm hit the northeast with a relentless monsoon of snow and coldness. Meteorologists warned us that the streets would get back because the weather was only going to get worse. My wife’s school district (Clayton County) called it off […]

Understanding The Power of Prayer

(Sidenote: this isn’t a post about religion. This post is about the importance of something being “bigger than ourselves”. When I get into it, you will finally figure out where I was going with everything.)

One faithful day at work, I was on “hall way duty” (making sure the kids went to class and not […]

When Did Skin Bleaching Become Attractive?

I despise Sammy Sosa. Now that I made that statement, please let me explain.
I don’t despise him for the exact person that he is. I despise him for the thing that he represents. Before all of this, I actually respect him as a man. He did what it took to become successful. Accusations of […]

Martin Luther King’s Image is Abused For Fliers

Martin Luther King, Jr. has always been revered for the work that he has done and the influence he has left on others. Having a holiday in memoriam is just the tip of the iceberg. His name is synonymous with world peace and progress. While he fought hard for civil rights, his ultimate goal […]

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    Jordan Sneakers, Artwork by Zimmerman, Materialism, and Other Questions Answered

Jordan Sneakers, Artwork by Zimmerman, Materialism, and Other Questions Answered

I can’t help myself. Diggame keeps asking these intriguing questions. Within myself, I have to give these insightful and intriguing answers. I could be writing about other things. However, why not take a turn on some inquisitions that makes us think about popular culture, intelligence, society, and life as a whole?

I couldn’t pass it […]