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Blog Post Archive Tuesday Open Mic.

How about those Wizards!!!!So yeah, I'm happy today. So happy I forgot all about this blog. Anyways, here's your blank slate. Fill it with something. Question: What's on your mind today? Drop some links, start a convo.

Reigning Heisman Trophy Winner Busted For Stealing Crab Legs.

You can't make this sht up, so naturally I'm just gonna assume it's real. I mean, seriously, who steal crab legs in the first place? If you're hungry, I could think of a million other foods that would be more nourishing than crab legs. Show More Summary

Bomani Jones On The Real Problem With Donald Sterling.

I don't agree with this guy most of the time either, but he's spot-on with this commentary.

The NBA Lowers The Boom On Donald Sterling. Suspended FO' LIFE!!!

I hope Donald Sterling is a big fan of Mack 10, because there's a song the venerable West Coast Gangster Rapper made that's perfect for the ruling the NBA just threw down.A news conference by NBA Commissioner Adam Silver on the Donald Sterling controversy is underway. Show More Summary

The Problem With Donald Sterling (And The NBA).

I'm happy this morning. Very happy. My Wizards are up 3-1 on the dumpster fire that is the Chicago Bulls, and we can close things out Tuesday night, which would be our first series win in a decade. So yeah, my sporting focus should be there, but of course there was a(n arguably) bigger story from The Association this weekend. Show More Summary

Why Cliven Bundy's Views On Slavery Aren't Really That Shocking.

We've seen the resurgence of "in your face racism" with the election of our first black President. It's almost like some people are so upset at the (perceived, but by no means real) shift in power that occurred in November 2008 they just seem emboldened in their racism and feel no need to even hold back or pretend otherwise. Show More Summary

The State Of Georgia Now Allows You To Pack Heat At Church. Yes, Church.

I grew up in the South. There were plenty of things about growing up there that I now appreciate in retrospect. The family-centric culture. The polite people. The slow, leisurely pace of everything. of course, there's plenty that I hated about growing up there as well, and that's why I'll never return, ever, ever. Show More Summary

What Can The President Do About Chicago's Violence Problem?!?

Yesterday here in DC, a bunch of niggers had the unmitigated gall to engage in a gunfight at the entrace to The National Zoo.[1] Two people were injured, albeit not critically, in a display of Extreme Niggardry that overshadowed what's...Show More Summary Monday Open Mic.

I know what you've been saying.... "Breh, where the heck is the blog?" Well, it's back. I've been over my head at work, then off on Spring Break with 3 Kidz, but I'm back now and the blog should be back on its normal grizzly shortly....Show More Summary

NBA Playoffs Open Mic.

My favorite team won its first playoff game in 6 years last night. So yeah, I'm pretty happy today to put it lightly. Here's the highlights, not that you care unless you live in DC or have family members named Wall, Beal, Ariza, Gortat...Show More Summary Tuesday Open Mic.

I'm on the road (again) so new postage might be infrequent. Bills gotta get paid and whatnot.Anyways, here's your blank slate. Fill it with something. Question: What's on your mind today? Drop some links, start a convo.

Is Jay-Z A Five Percenter?!? Of Course Not.

I'm no Jay-Z fan, much less a Jay-Z apologist. Real talk, while I don't deny the man's got some lyrical ability, I've always found his ascent to the top of the hip-hop food chain a little bewildering. He just sorta happened to be in the right place at the right time (RIP Biggie) and took the ball and ran with it. Show More Summary

NYC Cops And Firemen Go To A Fight. A Hockey Match Breaks Out.

New York City's finest convened on Long Island for a charity hockey game this past weekend. The result... less than fine.A large brawl broke out during an annual charity hockey match between New York City police and firefighters on Long Island. Show More Summary Friday Open Mic.

No need to lie. I meant to put this up Monday, and just totally forgot. It's been that kinda week. Anyways, here's your blank slate. Fill it with something. Question: What's on your mind today? Drop some links, start a convo.

Woman Told To Leave Planet Fitness Because She's Too Fit.

Although I visit the gym as often as my schedule allows, I'm not by any means a "lunk". I'm simply a 40 year old man trying to stave off Father Time (and to a lesser degree, genetics) and live as fruitful and healthy a life as reasonable possible. Show More Summary

The Real March Madness: Just Pay The Damn Kids Already!!!

Like many of you, I spent an unhealthy amount of time parked in front of the TV/tablet the past week watching NCAA Basketball. A uniquely American institution, the games highlight the athleticism, love of the game, and dedication of hundreds of "student athletes", superimposed against the seedy underbelly of betting a wagering. Show More Summary

Disillusioned Obama Supporter Hilarious Burns T-Shirt In Protest.

"Youth is wasted on the young". It's an adage that's typically blabbed by over the hill guys like me, but it's not without validity. When you're young, you have outlandishly idealistic ideas about how the world should operate, and scant experience in how it actually does. Show More Summary

Would You Publicly Whip Your Teenaged Daughter With A Belt For Twerking On Facebook?!?

My daughter turns two in a couple of months. She looks and sounds every bit of 3 already. She speaks in full, intelligible sentences, is over the 100th percentile in height and weight, and already has perfected the art of selective listening. Show More Summary Monday Open Mic.

Snow day. It was 70 and sunny Saturday, here in DC. 5 inches of snow to shovel today. Dang, it was all good just a week ago.Anyways, here's your blank slate. Fill it with something. Question: What's on your mind today? Drop some links, start a convo.

Grand Theft Auto: Denver.

Back in the Vice City days, I used to love playing Grand Theft Auto for hours on end. Of course, I had one child then. I now have three. You can probably surmise that my GTA days are long since over, given the massive amount of homework...Show More Summary

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