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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 […]

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 […]

When Clifford Hall is Jailed for Being A Father

Since I am a father, it must be known that fatherhood can be taxing. If you live with the child, then you know that you have to serve as an example of manhood. If you are NOT living with the child, your responsibilities are the same. Beyond the monetary and materialism, a father pays […]

People are a Blessing or a Lesson – PT 104

This post was brought to you by AB’s new 45 Series Vol. 1 single “Stop Fakin’/Stevie’s Lament”. Please enjoy the music while you read.

When it comes to the dating scene, and life in general, a person will be either two things: a blessing or a lesson. You will either have someone that will always […]

The “Dwyane Wade Gabrielle Union Fiasco

Well, this is awkward.

To think, right after I seen the Dwyane Wade’s Christmas card with him, Gabrielle Union, and the kids do we come to hear that he supposedly has an outside child on the way. We ALL know that the fecal matter exploded while the fan was going. There was nothing but mess […]

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    That Awkward Moment When We Realize Some Black Women Are Lost

That Awkward Moment When We Realize Some Black Women Are Lost

 

(Note: this is not a knock against all Black women. This is just a response to a video that bothered me. Please enjoy.)

Apparently, Black women have an image problem.

I was watching a video entitled “Should Black Women Care About Their Image?” created by the “queen of swirling” Christelyn Karazin. While I know that she […]

Dead Beat Moms – Glitch or Future Epidemic?

One of my good friends brought up a scenario that I found hard to believe. I wanted to share this with you all and expound upon it more for the sake of gaining knowledge:
 So this ex-Marine and I were talking about his disability. He got shot in Iraq and they kicked him out and […]

Dear Black Women – Where Do You Find These Lames?

I knew this situation was coming. I knew I would get into a circumstance where I feel the inspiration to acknowledge some madness that I have seen on the internet. I know that many people felt a certain way about race and race relations. I also figured that there would be more people out […]