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“no other option”

Interestingly enough, and a blatant error on my part, I failed to share a few of the projects I had been working on over the last few months here on my website that is supposed to be all about projects

Posted in story, video, wisdom, words

a new lifestyle – per diem

My, oh my, how quickly things can change. I’m currently suffering and trying to recover from a blow to my ego that happened about an hour ago. In the matter of about 72 hours, I went from stumbling onto something

Posted in rant, story

sometimes…

When I was in the 1st grade, I wrote a book called Sometimes. This book was more of a poem, with a line of prose starting with the word “sometimes” in the center of an 8×11 white paper all bound

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Posted in memories, story, writing, youth

where’s the pause button?

I don’t know what happened but I felt like I missed a couple of days. Once again, I dropped the ball on my Oscar recap which now seems pointless to talk about other than correctly predicting 14 out of 24

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Posted in awards, Friends, life update, music video, story

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

fripodding and drowning – “in the air tonight” phil collins

We’ve all heard the story, which is maybe now in myth or legend territory now, about the story behind this song, why it was written, who it was written for, and the dramatic scene in which it was performed. Sure

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Posted in fripodding, music, music video, story, storytelling

originality: an original origin story about an original originator

With a title like that, I really set myself up, didn’t I? Well I will spoil the ending now: there’s nothing new under the sun. Yet one can argue that there are no original stories left to tell, which might

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Posted in babbling, movie, story, storytelling, writing

how i got LOST: part 4 – reflect

There was and still is a lot to download and process from a show like this. Another thing I tell people is to take note of the books that are shown. Surely it could be just random props thrown in,

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Posted in review, story, storytelling, tv

how i got LOST: part 3 – finale

It’s those questions, theories, and events that made me refuse to blog about LOST because it would only drive me crazy and obsessed (more than I already was/am). Not that that’s a bad thing. But with the show wrapping up

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Posted in review, story, storytelling, tv

how i got LOST: part 2 – journey

I’d like to note, one of the “problems” with a show like LOST is that you need to watch every single episode in order to understand what’s going on. What you find out is even when you are up to

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Posted in review, story, storytelling, tv

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  • 158. raisins without consent November 24, 2021
    Sterling and Kortney are joined by Rod and Karen from The Black Guy Who Tips podcast for this very special Friendsgiving Day episode (which was not mentioned as such)... but the crew is very grateful nonetheless. Rod and Karen discuss how they met and how they started their podcast. Later, they play an extended game of Florida or Floridon't.  Check out […]
  • 157. getting ready to get ready November 10, 2021
    When is the right time to start decorating for Christmas? Sterling and Kortney debate. Also, how smart devices can help you program the holidays (and useful tips to get them to work at all)! Sterling gives spoiler-free reviews for Eternals, The Harder They Fall, and a discussion about Dune.
  • 156. dream bigger October 27, 2021
    *The* Stephanie Williams has returned, freshly minted from DC after writing Nubia and the Amazons (now available at your local comic book store or Comixology). After forgetting the BHF last episode, Sterling provides 3 facts to chew on, including Georgia's youngest certified farmer! Later, a rousing game of Florida or Floridon't. While Steph dishes […]