Daily Archives: February 11, 2009

black history blogging here and there

Being a Black American, I didn’t forget that this is Black History Month. How can I? My own personal feelings might be a bit conflicting, since I believe Black history should be celebrated all year round because it’s made all

Posted in black, blogging, history, links, MLK, obama, scripts, writing

cnn is anti-valentine?

I came across this article on CNN.com that was just too good not to share. I’m an admitted news junkie, and my news source of choice is the Cable News Network. I think they might lean towards the left a

Posted in babbling, blogging, girls, love, valentines day

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