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 […]

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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 […]

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What is Love – I Just Want Opinions

Travelling through this thing called “life”, I notice that many of us have differing opinions on certain things. Many people may think that Michael Jordan is the best player, while others harken back to the days of Bill Russell. Also, some may think that the Beatles are the best rock band ever. Then again, […]

26 Questions Answered: Reply to Diggame Pt. 3

Well, you know Diggame of Ashy2Classy.Net came with those questions again. Feeling like the blogger that I am, I felt like answering them. And you ALL know how my answers can get: part snarky, part hilarious, and all viable accuracies.

I’m just saying. Peep my answers.

 

Who would have known that someone else unknown would get […]

Only God Can Judge You? I Disagree: CCL 57

I love 2Pac, but some of his ways and actions have become the bane of my existence. It has nothing to do with him. But, people popularized his life way too much to the point of imitation. Many say imitation is flattery; I say it can turn to social flatulence. When people start naming […]

Manti Te’o and the Catfish Scam – Plain Truth 46

Now this song is another one of those classics that cannot be denied. It is so classic that there is a hand-clap-gesture that people do with this song. Plenty of rappers have sampled its instrumentals. Plus, it precedes the inclusion of social media and the internet into society. Thus, it is safe to say […]

After Going Hmmm: My response to Diggame – Plain Truth 32

Some will wonder why I’m answering someone else’s questions. Well, Boss Man Diggame (Of Ashy 2 Classy) came up with these questions to make us think. Personally, I always wanted to answer rhetorical inquiries. Plus, I can entertain you all. So, in my eyes, this situation was a win win.

Peep my answers and be […]

The Race Card ( Always Bet On Black) – Plain Truth 30

Well, I bet many of you never heard THIS song. This is probably one of the most inspirational songs during its inception. Yet, it never got the burn. Maybe because radio wasn’t radio for this type of music dealing with melanin pride. Or, maybe there is that idea of “post racial America”. Beyond all […]

More than One Lover: Plain Truth 9

As Mr. Cheeks and the Lost Boys engulf my ears with some throwback goodness about loving more than one woman, I take time to think about monogamy. As a society, we push this ideal about “one woman, one man”. Yet, when one brings up polygamy, polyandry, or polyamory, people quickly give the side eye. […]

The Bruised Mind of Ethnic Women: Lack of Esteem/Self-Esteem (Pt. 1) (CCL #28)

“People still say that stuff?”

This was my first reaction when I witnessed one of my “twitter buddies” make a statement on her time line. Now mind you, this person is a part time model, full time woman of respect, and an all-around great human being. I’m […]