Imagine seeing Mo'Nique getting beat down by Rashida Jones.
(When I see Mo'Nique and her wannabees - this is what I see, only less elegant.)
But I had to laugh as a Rashida Jones look-a-like proceeded to beat down a Mo' Nique look-a-like who was intent on taking up most of the dance floor at one of the clubs.
(Yeah... I like Quincy's daughter - maybe it's the freckles.)
"Quiet skinny girl beats down pushy big girl? " - hilarious.
A crack head walked up to me to ask if needed some slightly used windshield wipers.
"How much?", I asked.
"Five Bucks", he said.
Yeah, I bought them and then gave them back to the people who were missing wipers from their cars parked outside.
A Windshield Wiper Hustle?
Damn, he's got some nerve.
(But it was clever.)
Concerning to whom the fault of oppression belongs; "We are not all equally guilty but we are all equally responsible" - Rabbi Abraham Hescel
Concerning blaming others for the problem; "...And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?... - Matthew: 7 1-5
Concerning how to fix the problems concerning oppression; "Someone once said that the word 'motivation' should never be used in the singular. Some combination of motives always exist and it's impossible for anyone to qualify the proportion of each that is involved in any given act" - Warren Buffet (in an interview in the USA Today)
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Other People's Blogs About Politics, Race, Social Change
Although I'm pretty tired of the "Race is King" mantra usually put forward by past and current polemics, race-relations (and the improvement of such) is always a good topic of civilized conversation. I've been called "Uncle-Tom" more times than I've been called "N-----". When I volunteer at the local Habitat for Humanity, I'm often the only black working who's not trying to get a house. When I volunteer at the local shelter, I'm usually the only black on the giving end. Something is wrong or deficient with Black-culture (as it is practiced today). Don't say that I don't know the ghetto, I'm originally from the ghetto. My ghetto-pass wasn't pulled, like my middle school I.D., it expired. I graduated. Now, I say middle school because too many blacks haven't graduated from high school. (Detroit, anybody ?) Please feel free to bring up any topic but please refrain from misusing epithets and downgrading others. Thank you, UBJ