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Video: Hillary’s Fearmongering 3am Attack Ad

Oh Lord…Who DO you want answering the phone???  In his response Obama said that the red phone moment was Iraq and that Clinton, McCain, and Bush all gave the wrong answer.  Good counter!

She must have been mad about this…


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Video: A Vision of Students Today

This video is very telling with regard to the current state of college level education.   It summarizes some of the most important characteristics of students today – how they learn, what they need to learn, their goals, hopes, dreams, what their lives will be like, and what kinds of changes they will experience in their lifetime. Created by Michael Wesch in collaboration with 200 students at Kansas State University (I’m from Kansas originally!!!  Kansas Love).

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He had jungle fever: A white guy remembers his erotic black girl

I stumbled upon this blog posting from Roissy in DC and posted it on singlesista.com. Very…interesting. Can you say objectification? The comments from white folk on his blog are just…you know what…go see for yourself. smh

:: My first dating experience years ago with a black girl was a positive one. She was really cute with a penchant for wearing stiletto heels and a habit of flaky behavior that I found endearing. I remember the reactions we got walking down the street together holding hands. Most people let their glances linger a fraction of a second longer than they otherwise would have. In hindsight, I understood why this might’ve created some curiosity in people; a white man with a black woman is one of the rarer combos. Onlookers naturally want to figure out what’s bringing us two together, so they examine us for clues, maybe like matching shoes or to see if I was acting black or she was acting white.

I don’t give these things too much thought when I’m out with a girl of another race because I like to throw all my mental energy into enjoying the woman rather than overanalyzing the societal implications of our pairing.

But while we were dating some things did catch my attention. The black guys we passed on the sidewalk stared at us longer than other people did and made Hmm mm damn sounds which I can only describe as a mixture of disapproval and respect.

The black women we walked by, on the other hand, had a much stronger reaction. Curious and aroused, they eye loved me like I was the filet mignon of manmeat. I think I could have given every one of them an open invitation to join me and my date later in the evening for a night of 50 on 1 group sex that would have qualified for the Gold Edition Penthouse Forum.

I recall the sex pretty vividly because she was exotic new territory for me. I’ll admit I was intimidated when we started banging because I figured most of her experience was with black guys and their huge schlongs. She climbed on top and a wave of relief swept over me when I hit her cervical wall. I was big enough for her. Continue reading


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Simulated Lynching at an Elementary School

Hello Negro says, “Experience is the best teacher.”

Telegraph.co.uk | NYC

A primary school in Louisiana is investigating an incident in which a noose was placed around a kindergarten child’s neck.

The Alma J Brown Elementary School newspaper published pictures of black adults placing the noose around at least one child’s neck at a mock rally on the same day as the mass anti-racism protest at Jena in September.

The children, whose school sits on the campus of a traditionally black university, were reportedly been taught about the issues at Jena, including the symbolism of the nooses that white students hung from a tree in their school’s grounds.

Teachers reportedly produced the replica noose and also allowed the children to carry chains and shackles.

A woman claiming to be a grandmother of one of the children later told the university’s website: “Yes, it was a rope around the little girl’s neck. It was a demonstration as to what the rope symbolised to blacks.”

She added: “I held her in my arms and she knows that I would not harm her or put her life in danger. In order to understand racism one must experience it to make the connection.”

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