Keeping It Positive


On the real. Let me tell you the deal. No hocus pocus. I have to stay focused. It is best to ignore the negative. No need for any type of medical sedative. Because, I have to keep it positive. This includes thoughts. Not a bird. Keeping it positive can include a kind word.   Haven’t you heard? A lot of negative things happen around us, … Continuer de lire Keeping It Positive

Get Your Bald Headed Racist Ass Away from Me


Have you ever wondered how many skinheads are in the medical field?   Terror is what they wield. Do we all put on the breaks and yield? Some shop at drug stores. Everything is not what it seems. Would you like some greens? There are so many behind the scenes.   Or, is it my imagination? Those terrorists put people in horrible situations.   Welcome … Continuer de lire Get Your Bald Headed Racist Ass Away from Me

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The Revolution Concert


The Revolution concert was an unforgettable experience! June 15th, 2017 was a very busy day for me. It seemed like I had so much to do and prepare for, so that I could see The Revolution in concert. There were several concerts that I wanted to prepare for and go to. But, it just did not work out as I hoped. I wanted to see … Continuer de lire The Revolution Concert

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Girls Trip Movie Review


This movie was tuuuuuuuuurnt! It is the absolute shit! Yes, it really is the funniest movie of the year! This movie is so funny, that I almost pissed on myself twice! Watching this movie almost made me want to go to New Orleans. However, it is unfortunate that it seems like the only thing going on and going for New Orleans is: Fat Tuesday, the … Continuer de lire Girls Trip Movie Review

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Ode to the « First Lady of Rock and Princess of Funk »


    It was a beautiful autumn night in Santa Monica, California in 1982. I was in the second grade. School was over and it was almost 8:00 P.M. when we left one of the laundromats. Me, my mother, and three sisters left the laundromat and entered the Monte Carlo. Mom turned on the radio and I could hear one of the disc jockeys talking … Continuer de lire Ode to the « First Lady of Rock and Princess of Funk »

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The Insecure Writers Group: January 2017


Well, we have gotten through another year. The world has lost tons of beloved celebrities last year. If I were to sum up or describe last year in one word, it would be « surreal ». We lost so many beloved celebrities, that losing them and some of my very own family members left me a little lost for a while. I was so…I don’know, that there … Continuer de lire The Insecure Writers Group: January 2017

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Movie Review: Midnight Special


Well, over a week ago I went to a screening of the movie Midnight Special. I was really excited, too. The synopsis sounded really good. Finally, I made it to the Angelika movie theater in Dallas, TX, after experiencing several near collisions by some crazy drivers. Boy! I swear that some people just do not belong behind of a wheel of any vehicle, period! Anywho, … Continuer de lire Movie Review: Midnight Special

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Recipe of the Day


Today’s recipe of the day is: Peanut Butter Maple Cake.  The idea begind this recipe a  thought that this sounds absolutely deeeeeeeeeelicious! I woke up thinking: Man! A delicious home made vanilla cake with peanut butter and maple sure sounds delicious. Then, I had more ideas. I thought about a home made vanilla Twinkie with a peanut butter filling and a maple glaze or icing … Continuer de lire Recipe of the Day

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The Insecure Writers Group: October and November 2015


Oh, my God! I just realized that the month of October sped by a little too quickly and……voila! I forgot to post my insecure writer group post! Damn! Well, here it is. I have been too busy! I’ll see you in December! If I could only get a picture of Chucky tearing into a big turkey leg spread out over a beautifully decorated Thanksgiving holiday … Continuer de lire The Insecure Writers Group: October and November 2015

Charles R. Darwin on Race-Mixing — PHOSPHORUS


When two distinct races are crossed, it is notorious that the tendency in the offspring to revert to one or both parent forms is strong, and endures for many generations. The Earl of Powis formerly imported some thoroughly domesticated humped cattle from India, and crossed them with English breeds, which belong to a distinct species; […] via Charles R. Darwin on Race-Mixing — PHOSPHORUS Continuer de lire Charles R. Darwin on Race-Mixing — PHOSPHORUS

Colorism in India — Jemal March


Colorism is present in cultures in all over the world. It’s a form of bias that is based on a skin tone. Colorism is highly present in the black and Hispanic communities. Since one of the definitions of a beautiful & gorgeous girl in India is having a fair skin, colorism highly presented in the beauty […] via Colorism in India — Jemal March Continuer de lire Colorism in India — Jemal March

Brown and Invisible — Delta Vie


Being dark-haired and olive-skinned has always made it difficult for people to place where I come from. Often, I have been mistaken for a Romani, a Latina, a Syrian, and more recently, a Sephardic Jew. To be completely honest, it makes me happy that so many people look at me and think I’m one of […] via Brown and Invisible — Delta Vie Continuer de lire Brown and Invisible — Delta Vie

How Does Someone Become Untouchable? — Literary Hub


She always had questions. In hindsight, she can’t remember what they were. But they were always there. “At the time, the questions were things that I could not articulate,” says Sujatha Gidla, a New York City subway conductor and author of the memoir Ants Among Elephants: An Untouchable Family and the Making of Modern India. […] via How Does Someone Become Untouchable? — Literary Hub Continuer de lire How Does Someone Become Untouchable? — Literary Hub

R.I.P. Mr. Joseph Walter Jackson(Joe Jackson: July 26th, 1928-June 27th, 2018)


First of all, I want to apologize to everyone reading this blog entry regarding Mr. Joe Jackson. Why? Because, this R.I.P. piece that I have done in his honor could have been better! Originally, I made plans to chronical this genius of a man’s life and could not, due to the fact that what I was looking for could not be found on the internet … Continuer de lire R.I.P. Mr. Joseph Walter Jackson(Joe Jackson: July 26th, 1928-June 27th, 2018)

Casteism in Kashmir: My observations and experiences (Part 2) — Mudasir Ali Lone


This is in continuation to the Part 1 published here. Whenever someone tells me that there’s no caste in Kashmir (and I’m told that a lot), I can’t help but think of terms that are part of our daily language, for example: Kaaluh Waatul (literal translation: black chamaar). It’s a term commonly used in Kashmir […] via Casteism in Kashmir: My observations and experiences (Part 2) … Continuer de lire Casteism in Kashmir: My observations and experiences (Part 2) — Mudasir Ali Lone

A country obsessed with fairness — The boring bug


“The following article is a rant on a country’s cultural obsession with fair complexion and the forever propelling fairness creams. An instilled commonwealth mind-set ide sync with the concept of beauty. Readers discretion advised.” In between a television advertisement and entertainment- a fair skin model with blond hair walks into an office for an interview. […] via A country obsessed with fairness — The boring bug Continuer de lire A country obsessed with fairness — The boring bug

Hindu Racists Want To Force All Indians To Learn Sanskrit, Refuse To Speak To Indians In A Language Other Than Hindi Even If They Don’t Understand It — Walid Shoebat


For the last several years, India has been undergoing a revival of nationalism lead by what can only be described as a hardcore group of Hindu theocratic racists. These people, which belong to a number of groups but are in particular influenced by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and its predecessor, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh […] via Hindu Racists Want To Force All Indians To Learn … Continuer de lire Hindu Racists Want To Force All Indians To Learn Sanskrit, Refuse To Speak To Indians In A Language Other Than Hindi Even If They Don’t Understand It — Walid Shoebat

The Hindu Caste System — Rational Thinking 101-What the Fuck?


In the dictionary used by Google Assistant, caste (pronouced kast), is a system “distinguished by relative degrees of ritual purity or pollution and of social status.” During British reign over the Indian subcontinent from 1876 to 1947, the practice was outlawed. The caste system, though against the law, still holds many people down in poorer parts […] via The Hindu Caste System — Rational Thinking 101 Continuer de lire The Hindu Caste System — Rational Thinking 101-What the Fuck?