Mahna Mahna

29 05 2008

What I was suppose to publish on Wednesday was an emotional release on something concerning a certain ex girlfriend who fucked me over. But instead of doing that, I have been busy reading Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass collection, and being self absorbed in the thoughts of a philosophical left libertarian mind (I had to politify it up). I honestly don’t know when/if I will release it, but if you were expecting for it to be released Wednesday, I apologize.

I posted this video because it’s something I’m currently dealing with. I honestly feel that I’ve lost my smile right now.





I have nothing better to write

26 05 2008

Since school is out I will give you all my summer reading list. As opposed to a post with real informational and emotional value, here is the three books that I have been meaning to read for the longest while.

-Media Concentration and Democracy, By Edwin Baker (For those who was in my Journalism Seminar class last semester, this would be a lol moment)
-Poetry In Motion, Various
-The Age Of Reason, Thomas Paine

And while we’re at it: A List of books I promise to burn
-What Liberal Media, by Eric Alterman

And now here’s Sky John on the etiquette of buying a girl a drink at the bar. My 2 cents: Whatever it takes to get her panties off.





Week of the 23rd in politics

23 05 2008

This week in political news from Ohnest Aeb:

Somewhat Urgent Note: As Barack Obama gets ready to become the nations first African American nominee for President, it’s important that I tell you something concerning the general elections. Word around the campfire is that the Karl Rove propaganda machine has obtained a video of Michelle Obama speaking at the pulpit of Jeremiah Wright’s church, saying some racially charged things towards Caucasians. The validity of this is suspect, but it is within the realm of possibility (possibility does not equate to true), which is why I’m posting it now. Until this is verified, I will still continue to endorse Barack Obama. The blogger who first came out with this is Larry C. Johnson. He is a Clinton supporter and serious critic of Barack Obama, which puts this claim of a Michelle-Wright video in an even more suspicious light. Read more here

In other news….

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Dearly Beloved

21 05 2008

Isabelle Kelly

June 1999-May 21st 2008

May god bless our little baby, fur and all.





This week in Politics and News

19 05 2008

It would be morally irresponsible to talk to you about international news without mentioning the earthquake in China. I came across this story on Al Jazeera about a family and the underreported effects of the controversial one child policy. As the country descends into three days of national mourning, it’s important to see the individual effects of the earthquake on one family. More Here.

Violence overtakes the country of South Africa as Zimbabwean immigrants flood the country in the midst of their own economic crisis. “We cannot allow South Africa to be famous for xenophobia,” President Jacob Zuma told a conference in Pretoria

Noteworthy Reads:
-On Exxon and Oil and how the oil companies aren’t as evil as we are told to think.





Political bullshit for week 27

2 05 2008

It’s been a slow week, so I’m just going to give a public service announcement as opposed to real news.

Quote of the week;: Our greatest fear is not that we are inadequate, but that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness, that frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, handsome, talented, and fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be? You are a child of God. Your playing small does not serve the world. There is nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won’t feel insecure around you. We were born to make manifest the glory of God within us. It is not just in some; it is in everyone. And, as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our fear, our presence automatically liberates others.

-Marianne Williamson. Wrongfully attributed to Nelson Mandela