OMFG yes to your last sentence. To all of it, really, but wouldn’t it be fucking awesome if this were the start of HBCU prestige and recognition outside of just the black community!?
All I know is Jesus called Herod a “fox” (which was basically calling him a ‘lying ass muvafucka’) and beat the shit out of people trying to disrespect what his faith really meant. The man died for the truth and combating oppression by the government. Not pancake syrup and face masks.
I keep saying it, but Jesus better have the angels build a Slip N Slide that leads to hell, because his throwing arm is gonna get real tired. When Jesus warned that there would be much wailing and gnashing of teeth by the folks who claim to follow him, but are just bullshitting/putting on airs, he was underestimating… Read more
I really don’t want to hear another story or see anymore footage of police officers abusing black and brown children with the bullshit excuse of “I feared for my life.” If those officers could stand there and let those low life sacks of shit scream at them and act like the fucking gestapo and not raise one finger or… Read more
I was listening to The Pharcyde the other day and was thinking the same damn thing. I mean there are still outliers here and there in the present, but the early 90s was incredible. Same with rock music. Something special was happening musically during those years.
I’m mad at how loud this made me snort in the office.
Their neighbors to the north, Zimbabwe (formerly Rhodesia), tried that by seizing land from white farmers. It failed miserably. I’m sure a lot of it had to do with the corruption of giving the confiscated land to political friends rather than those actually qualified to manage large farms. But, it still failed.
I think part of the problem is that vaccination has been too successful. When I was a kid there was still a lot of institutional and firsthand memory of what even the relatively mild “childhood” diseases were really like, and vaccines to prevent them were properly celebrated as a way that science makes our lives… Read more