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Awesome Love Song for The Obamas


This just about made me cry. Enjoy and tell us what you think!


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For all my adult swim lovers…

I know this is way off topic, but I have to post this…hilarious!!!

LMAO!! I can’t breathe!


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Single Man dances to Beyonce’s “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on it)”

This man is dancing the mess out of Beyonce’s “Single Ladies”.  I’ve posted the side by side so you can see how well he has her dance moves down.  He is tooo tooo fierce for words!!!  Snap for the Kids!   Snap, snap, snap for the kids, honey!

How is he doing this whole routine in that lil bit of space, I have no idea.  Oh, but the outfit needs to go…do not pass go, do not collect $200.  LOL


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How To Tell People They Sound Racist

This video needs to be passed around right now.  I’ve heard too many people acting like Barack Obama’s Presidency signals the end of racism in America.  Um…wish it did, but it doesn’t.  Pass it on.  This brother is dropping knowledge. 

What they did is not the same as what they are!  That is the truth!!

Is this guy single…damn I love a man with knowledge.  Knowledge is sexy as hell.


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Best Barack Obama Impression Ever

This kid should be hired by SNL.  He has Barack Obama’s voice down perfectly!!! You have to see this.  LOL!!!!!

He even looks like him a lil bit.  Pass this video around.


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Vote for “That One” in ’08

www.thatone08.com is making light (and making $ selling t-shirts) of John McCain’s calling Barack Obama “that one” in this week’s debate (video below).

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Annie don’t wear no panties: Erykah Badu Video

The BEST Erykah Badu song I’ve heard from her new stuff.  I was in love with “The Healer”, but now…it’s all about Annie.  Hil-lar-e-ous!!!!  I love the lyrics to this song.  Love, love, love!!!



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This guy is REALLY singing the Brady Bunch theme

Good Lord! Somebody say CHURCH!!! I think Craig Lewis myspace.com/craiglewisband1 would tear a church house down with that voice. That’s right…follow your dreams son. I like this a little more than the Jamie Foxx verison.


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Prankster who threatened to put poison in baby food on YouTube caught

Anton Dunn, who is black btw, was arrested yesterday after a video he posted a video on YouTube in which claimed he poisoned bottles of Gerber baby food because he wanted to kill Hispanic and black babies. It caught the attention of Manhattan prosecutors. He posted at least three videos of himself in which he boasted about the poisonings and bragged about the fact he couldn’t be caught. Guess he was wrong. He faces charges of sending threats in interstate commerce and falsely claiming to have tampered with a consumer product. Those crimes could earn him 10 years in prison upon conviction. So far, Gerber and the Food and Drug Administration have found no evidence of tampering with the baby food.

Dunn is the same guy who previously claimed to have infected 12,000 girls with HIV, because he wanted to teach black and Hispanic women aged 15-30 about safe sex.

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Friday Question: Do you remember this Afro-Am clip from Sesame Street

A loaf of bread, a container of milk and a stick of butter.  OH my goodness.  I almost teared up when I saw this on YouTube.  As a child this was one of a few animations on Sesame Street that had black characters.  This was my FAVORITE!!!  I was that lil black girl going to the corner store for Mom, jamming to my own rhythm.  Sigh…I’m such a sap sometimes.

“From 1972, the classic animated segment about memory, which has done a pretty good job of sticking in the memories of a generation of Sesame Street viewers. Produced by Jim Simon’s Wantu Studios.”


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