This is hilarious retrospective of true reality..Therefor come on people..VOTE!
Oh and much props to Tyroc of Blackcynic
where I got my vids.
Alright ya'll I'm bringing you one of my very favorite songs... It's "Never Too Much" by Luther Vandross. I think I love this song becuase it's not just a love song..it has that upbeat, make your day better spirit. Do you have any songs that make you feel that way? Suga HiL
1000 kiss from you never too much..
It makes me think about never taking for granted the life we have, no matter how hard it is. Enjoy the moments of grinding, and the perfectly made chocolate milk shakes. (My favorite by the way.
Anyways, Have a great Friday..and bare with me as I try to make a new blogging schedule that keeps up with me and my life without making me totally exhausted.
Oh and Happy Halloweeen!
Aight guys....I know I've been slipping...But ALL of the reasons for the slippage are relevant.
Beyonce new video's "If I Were a Boy"
What do you guys think of the new rankings? I just want to congratulate all the underdogs that did their thing this weekend! (Including my Pokes) Oh here's the new AP rankings, and everything all shaken up, what do you think about this weekend and how the teams got scrambled up?
And for another edition of Throwback Friday..We have..(drumroll please)Babyface! I mean you really got to love this dude. His smooth soul is still hot till this day. this dude can sing one note and have you weak in the knees and about to fall over. So here is my favorite video and song from him "For the Cool in You".. circa 1993.
I hope you have a great Friday and a good weekend and I'll try to keep you updated on the sports side too!
Just Thursday afternoon it was reported that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was thinking the next NFL team might find its way down to San Antonio.
Well, lucky for us, Forbes has now compiled a list of which sports teams are most likely to go go for pizza and never make it back to their destinations.
The 10 that are most likely to move for one reason or another is as follows:
-- Florida Marlins
-- Tampa Bay Rays
-- Buffalo Bills
-- Minnesota Vikings
-- San Francisco 49ers
-- New York Islanders
-- Phoenix Coyotes
-- Nashville Predators
-- New Orleans Hornets
-- Charlotte Bobcats
So what do you guys think of this list? Let a sistah know. FYI, click the Forbes link for the full article.
Michelle Obama was on "The Daily Show" and here's the interview. How do you think she did?
Here is the new video from Kanye West called "Love Lockdown". What do you think?
It's definitley an acquired taste to me.
Also here is the video from Jazmine Sullivan called "Bust Your Windows"..I love this song and her as an artist. Her album is hot and if you don't have it go cop it.
Hey yall, here's Common new video "Universal Mind Control" featuring Pharell that I gave you a sneak peek of a couple of weeks ago. I love this song and this video. I hoope you enjoy it.
Man, I'm feeling kind of disappointed and robbed because I had no idea that the WNBA championship game was on last night. No commercials, no marketing, nothing. How is any league supposed to grow if you don't even publicize the Championship?? I mean, WTH? Anyways this is how it went down.
The Detroit Shock won their third WBA championship in a 76-60 win against the San Antonio Silver Stars in a dynamic completed a three-game sweep.
Detroit became the second team in league history to win a third championship. Only the Houston Comets, who won the first four (1997-2000), have more. Los Angeles (2001, 2002) is the only other team with more than one. It was an especially sweet win for the Shock, who let the 2007 title slip away, losing Game 5 at The Palace to the Phoenix Mercury.
The game was tight for three quarters with San Antonio leading by six on several occasions. But the veteran Shock were too much to take in the fourth with the title on the line. The Shock enjoyed a 49-45 lead after three periods. A pair of free throws by McWilliams-Franklin less than a minute later gave the Shock their first double-digit lead of the game.
The Shock had been one of the league's best teams for much of the year, but sputtered a bit after losing top post player Cheryl Ford to a season-ending knee injury in July.
But a trade for the veteran McWilliams-Franklin over the Olympic break was just what Detroit needed.
After a night of celebrating, the Shock have a date with the new mayor of Detroit, Ken Cockrel Jr., who will honor the team at a downtown celebration at this afternoon.
I'm About It All Facts:
• The Katie Smith was the MVP of the game with 18 points, 6 rebounds, and 1 assist.
• The Shock completed the first three-game WNBA Finals sweep in league history.
• Detroit is the third team in league history to win the championship without home-court advantage.
• The Shock's three titles are the second-most all-time (Houston has four), and their 27 playoff wins are tied for the most all-time with Los Angeles.
See all the video highlights Here.
Oh and congratulations ladies you deserve that and more!!
Here is SNL's spoof on the VP Debate..this is the most hilarious skit I have seen from SNL in a long time..
So it's another edition of Throwback (Thank God it's the weekend) Friday. I coming with Usher new video first though, it's called "Trading Places". I actually like the song, the video is a little much though.
And for throwback purposes I'm giving my favorite Usher video..
Okay the results are in from last night's debate between the V-P candidates. I personally thought that after the first half of the debate there was no way Palin could win because she didn't do the one essential part the the debate: Answer the Questions!!
So, I gave the win to Biden and apparently so did everyone else according too CNN poll results.
51 percent say Democratic Sen. Joe Biden wins vice presidential debate.
Republican Gov. Sarah Palin exceeds expectations, 84 percent say.
Palin beats Biden on likability, 54-36.
87 percent say Biden is qualified for job, 42 percent say Palin is.
What did you think? Hit me up and let me know.
My alma mater Oklahoma State is riding high with a 4-0 record and is one of six Big 12 teams to be ranked this week. An explosive offense that has hung 50 points on each of its last three opponents is bringing back memories of previous Cowboy teams when Barry Sanders was here 20 years ago after a 55-24 rout of Troy last week.
"I would say winning gives everybody a good feeling," Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said. "When the guys are walking on campus, I would guess that people are telling them they are playing well. I imagine they are feeling pretty good about themselves."
Only a year ago, the prospects for the program weren't nearly as bright. The Cowboys limped home after a loss to Troy in quarterback Zac Robinson's first career start. The residue of discontent sparked Gundy's infamous rant after beating Texas Tech in their conference opener.
Fast forward a year later and it's much quieter around Stillwater. Their 21 spot national ranking -- their first since Gundy took over in 2005 -- is a milestone of sorts for the program as we head into our Big 12 opener Saturday night against Texas A&M.
new players have come along who might give them more firepower than last season. RB Kendall Hunter ranks third nationally with an average of 154.5 rushing yards per game and has a capable backup in Keith Toston, who has run for 100 yards in each of his last two games. The Cowboys lead the nation in rushing, rank third in scoring and are fourth in total offense.
Dez Bryant has developed into a key receiving threat who has already snagged six touchdown receptions, including three last week against Troy. These guys have truly taken some pressure off Robinson, who finds he doesn't have to be as big a part of the offense as when he rushed for 847 yards last season.
I can't predict how the rest of the season for Oklahoma State will turnout, we have four opponents so far have a combined record of 6-11. And play all four of the Big 12 teams ranked in the top seven nationally. Ultimately, I really think we can hold our own right now.
The Cowboys will be looking for revenge against Texas A&M, which has posted a pair of one-point victories against us in the last two seasons. The Aggies escaped with a tight overtime victory in Stillwater in 2006 when an Oklahoma State extra point was blocked, the loss at College Station last season after squandering a 17-0 halftime lead.
For the first time in Gundy's coaching tenure, we'll have a settled quarterback situation this week against the Aggies with Robinson in charge. I feeling great, and look forward to the rest of a really exciting season.
Okay, I know I really have kind of been slacking a little bit on my Fashion posts, but here I am to save the day!! (I know I'm silly). This morning a saw a segment on "The Today Show" for the Must-Have Fall Bags so I had to hook you up..
They classify the must have bags into 4 categories: Lady-like, Exotics, Convertibles, and Fringe. Check out the video and you will certainly be drooling for atleast a good 4 minutes. Oh, did I forget to tell ya'll they are all UNDER a $100!!!
You can get all the purses and prices for the bags in the video HERE. Which one's are you partial to?
Happy Fall purse shopping...
Okay, so if you don't know by now, Lil Wayne now has a blog on ESPN, because he's a sports fnanatic. I read the first one, it was aight, but the second one I actually found entertaining and got some laughs from. Here is some of his excerpts from his post..
ON NFL: Now on to Brett Favre. He must know God's phone number, 'cause he is
superhuman. Like, Brett Farve? Come on. He's like 3900 years old and he threw
for six touchdowns? He's never even done that in his whole career. And he does
it with the Jets when no one is expecting nothing from him.
ON Sundays: I'm gonna watch the baseball games today at my house. On Sundays, I
pretty much don't leave my house until after all the games are over, and then I
go into the studio. I have five TVs in my house and we have like 85 TVs in the
studio, and all of them will be on different sports.
ON his Fantasy Football Team: I won my fantasy football match-up this week, by
the way. I slayed 'em 79-43. I'm 3-1 now. They still don't know it's me, even
though I use my real name, Dwayne Carter, on there. Even if there's a guy who
knows who I am, he's probably looking at that and going, yeah, whatever.
The credit crisis and tight student budgets hold no fears for a British teenager who won 7 million pounds ($12.68 million) on the Lottery.
Ianthe Fullagar, 18, from Cumbria, northern England, said she still plans to go to university next year to study law, despite her huge win on the EuroMillions game. Although she won't need a student loan or inflated overdraft, she said she hopes to be just like the others at college.
"I'm going to live the life of a student. I'm going to live in student digs," she told the BBC on Tuesday. "I love baked beans."
She hid her winning ticket in her bra before moving it to a jewelry box and then her gym bag while she waited for her win to be confirmed. After receiving an over-sized check at an official ceremony, she said she plans to spend her winnings on her family and friends and a new Ford Ka.
This kind of story makes me happy that a student won the lottery but obviously slight jealous that it wasn't me. Which bring to mind, if you won 12 mil what would you do with it?
Me, school loans, grad school, house, savings, and tithes. (Not necesarily in that order)
A new day in age has arrived where women are making marks on every facet of the world..This is mine.