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how to make coquito (video)

Before you say anything, I know coquito is a seasonal beverage, typically around the Christmassy holiday but as I expressed in the last post, and as I told to the star of this particular video, I would post it again

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happy holidays video message!

My first ever video I produced exclusively for my blog with the limited software that I have. Still working out some kinks and bugs… like volume. I’d rather have you go deaf than struggle to hear what I’m saying, ya

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Posted in 3S:FX, Christmas, holiday, video

fripodding and peacing: “happy christmas” – california raisins

As promised, today’s friPod post is Christmas-themed. And once again, we’re taking a classic from my past. I grew up with this old California Raisin Christmas tape (that is as good as lost now) and sadly hasn’t been converted to

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Posted in Christmas, fripodding, holiday, music

surviving african american friday

It’s that time again–where we gather with our loved ones to share in something a good chunk of America participates in every year, sorta around the same time, same day, possibly the same place. No, not Thanksgiving dinner. Black African

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Posted in Christmas, holiday, memories, story, the mart, wisdom

another valentine’s day, part 2: why so cynical?

I can’t help but think there are those out there that despise the Valentine’s Day because they are single, for whatever reason. And of course, some don’t care regardless of their status. Others try not to, but with commercials, TV

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Posted in holiday, romance, valentines day

i’d like a new window for Christmas

I was going to post something last night on Christmas Eve Eve, but I guess Christmas Eve isn’t that bad either. Anyway, I just want to wish all Indoobians, friends, family, strangers and strange-looking people alike a Merry Christmas. For

Posted in Christmas, family, holiday, scripts, snow, writing

we wish you a happy thankgiving (and a happy african american friday)

It’s Tuesday once again. What’s different about this Tuesday is that to most people, it’s like a Wednesday because of the holiday weekend. For me, this is my first 5 day weekend. Last year this time I was still at

Posted in cartoons, Christmas, food, friday, holiday, shopping, song, Thanksgiving, the mart

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  • episode 54 - serenity July 17, 2017
    In this very special episode, Sterling and Kortney bring a little tranquility as they talk about beachy getaways they experienced. Mid-July is officially declared the “abdomen of summer.” Who’s up for a trip to Panalu’u? We also encourage you, if you or someone you know is ever feeling the need to talk to someone when you feel you don’t have any peace or con […]
  • episode 53 - magic hour in midnight June 28, 2017
    Very special guest Parisa Fitz-Henley (Jessica Jones, Luke Cage) enchants the Indoob Podcast with charm, wisdom, and a brilliant idea that Ben & Jerry’s needs to make. Parisa also talks about new show Midnight, Texas and the character she plays, Fiji Cavanaugh, a witch in a town of other supernatural beings like herself. Sterling’s Black History Facts ar […]
  • episode 52 - tragedy on a sunny day June 14, 2017
    Sterling offers kind words of hope during these recent turbulent times and offers some advice on what you can do right now to make someone’s life a little bit better. Later, Sterling relives the last 24 hours and considers a new career venture in the process. Fun facts about fowl, Sheboygan News, and Black History Facts about “Baby” Esther Jones. And yes, St […]