It’s only “ironic” if you believe that Black characters worth rallying around can only be created and written by Black people, and if you believe that Black people also believe this, which is absurd. It also blatantly ignores the contributions of people like Christopher Priest (who is credited with creating the more… Read more
I do absolutely everything I can to avoid you “people”
Recently a local reporter had a cop called on her because she was waiting for an interviewee in her car in a sub division. She asked the cop why it had to be escelated this way and the cop says “This isn’t an escelation.” Really, calling the cops isn’t escalating things?
Yeah, the cops aren’t even hiding it anymore. He basically told her that it was ok to use the police as her personal security force. Kinda blows the whole “worlds most dangerous job” theory out of the water when you see that they have time to “referee” a disturbance at the whim of every backwater Becky. Read more
I have a large ass. It gets in the way. I have had my ass grabbed in public, yes, and I’ll admit when something or someone inadvertently brushes it it does scare me for a second. But then, I would turn and see a kid, and not call the cops on him. If I saw his backpack, I would assume it was that first because… Read more
Fun fact: Ananse isn’t merely a folktale character any more than Legba solely is a trickster, even though both have countless narratives associated with them. He’s also a very active spirit in countless lifestyles, such as an obosom in Akom, a Gede Lwa, even a divinity in Kumfu and/or Winti. We have songs to petition… Read more
Only people that mention President Barack Obama as half-white, are white people who need to convince themselves he’s an acceptable black man. He’s not racially ambiguous in looks or identity. The story of John Henry losses it’s depth if he isn’t US-black, African-American, or whatever form of black former slave you… Read more