TGIF, right? The weekend, of course, plays a huge role in our collective consciousness.
Rebecca Black doesn’t feel any need to get down on Tuesday. Rappers don’t name their Rollerskating Jams ‘Thursdays’.
Yet, recently we’re being lectured by those at the top of society’s payroll that we should start treating weekends just like any other days of the week. Suddenly, it seems like everyone who’s ever looked out a high-rise office window with a scotch in hand is against paying workers more on Saturdays and Sundays.
The State Of Mind In The 1960's / 70's The Present Prevailing Consciousness Of The "Americanized Negro" Who FAKES 'Black Community Consciousness' Because Those Who EMPLOYEE HIM Have Observed HIS TRICKS, And Know What That The Most E... Read Post
This weekend, an unknown teenager was turned into an internet sensation. Her name is Rebecca Black. Her song? “Friday.” Her angle? She is the worst tween singing sensation of all time. But before we get to dear Rebecca, let us look ... Read Post
Not everyone thinks that Rebecca Black’s new single “My Moment” is that great. But the 14-year-old who commanded that we get down on “Friday” doesn’t care about the haters, as she told the hosts of CBS’s “Early Show” on Tuesday. So ... Read Post