Monday, November 24, 2008

Seeing the mini-me version of my mom

Here's a comparsion of my mom and I. Do you see the same image? I don't know, maybe. But just to give you guys an idea, here is what we both look like.


Could I pass for my mom? I have over the phone but not in class...yet.

N-dolla

Wednesday, November 19, 2008

It's my mom's birthday!

It's my mom's birthday today. She is turning another year younger and for someone who looks like she does I am glad that she's our mom. I put her through a lot over the last 28 years of my life and I know that I can't change the things I have done. But to be honest I have tried my best to do what I do.


Somehow she's been able to love me despite my faults. And some people say that she and I look alike. You think? I don't know I don't see it. Here's why I say that. My mom told me earlier this semester that I woman who took a class with me approached her and asked if she was my mom. When my mom said yes, my mom asked her why did we look alike and the woman said yes.

Who knows? What do you think? To see a recent photo of me, click here.

Anyway, happy birthday to my mother!

Friday, November 14, 2008

Revealing 'Confessions'...

I couldn't find the camera in order to let you see the inside of the Guy Oseary photography book, "Madonna: Confessions." So, I scanned them instead. It's better than nothing...


Here is the cover of the book. I was told that the book itself was being sold for $50 at the "Sticky & Sweet" Tour.


Picture No. 1: "Drowned World" was a cut to the ballad of the "Confessions" tour. You can see the sweat dripping from her...


Picture No. 2: Dancer Jason Young and Madonna.


Picture No. 3: Twenty-six years of non-bullshit. Were you expecting anything else? To be continued...

Remembering him, seven years later


I remember like it was yesterday, and it was. Yesterday was the seventh anniversary of the death of Richard C. Runyon.

I remembered when I looked at the date yesterday. And it is hard to imagine what life would be like right now had he lived on, and of course what he would of thought of President-elect Barack Obama.

Mr. Runyon was a friend, father, and someone who would have taught you to "think outside the box" and that's something I will never forget. Click here to read more about Richard C. Runyon.

Richard Carroll Runyon

April 26, 1937-Nov. 13, 2001

Thank you for reading...and...listening...

N-dolla

Friday, November 7, 2008

...To continue...

Barack, Barack, Barack. As I was saying President-elect Obama is God to the media it's laughable. The Black Ambition will NEVER see the light of day.

And the thing is, everyone knows it. The man is NO God and with what the media is doing it's treating him like the Black Moses. Who's next?

With everyone running to the main office of the Los Angeles Times to get copies of the Nov. 5 issue and with celebrities like Leo DiCapiro saying that he is "proud to be American" tell me that he is....(you fill in the blank)....

Thursday, November 6, 2008

The God-like treatment of Barack Obama


The God-like treatment of President-elect Barack Obama from the headlines around the world you would have thought that he has started the 'Change We Need.'

As the television networks showed the headlines of Obama's election day victory the only international paper NOT to headline his victory was the Russian newspaper. I applaud them. And while is it a great thing that there is an African-American in the White House the previous 43 presidents have NEVER accomplish their agendas.

We've seen the Blonde Ambition now this is Black Ambition.

Sunday, November 2, 2008

The White House to turn black?


Democratic nominee Barack Obama seems to be the clear "winner" of the presidential elections ahead of Tuesday. But if and when Obama is in the White House there is NO way the man can do everything that he has promised. Every president-elect has never accomplished everything. The scrunity will begin when he is sworn in.

If Obama is looking toward being Superman of everything, he would have been born with red underwear and blue tights. Sen. John McCain, would have been worse but either way none of those who are running for president are unimpressive. Just look at what the mini version of Michael Barrita administration is doing...that's right...NOTHING!