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Category Archives: music
Yesterday at lunch, I was having a conversation with some friends about singer Tamia and her basketball player husband, Grant Hill. We were talking about the longevity of basketball careers. (Hill, though injured a lot, has been around for YEARS.) We also … Continue reading
I’m not a liar. I may be a bit forgetful, but I’m not a liar. I told y’all last summer that I was going to do a post about “The Top Most Greatest Non-Rap Songs of all Time”. I tweaked the … Continue reading
This week in pop culture kept EVERYONE entertained/disgusted/confused/ hurt/angry/confused. And yes, I realize I listed confused twice. I, and I think most people, are still trying to figure out this whole Charlie Sheen thing. In addition to my healthy diet of reality … Continue reading
“Can you get me up like I’m late for my first class…so I can give it to you rough like a first draft?” This line from Snoop Dogg’s “Wet” gives new meaning to the term ‘double entendre’. I wanted to … Continue reading
Sorry. I had to put this picture here to get your attention. We will discuss him later. So….I’ve had discussions with many people over the years about names and my thoughts on names. Some were surprised by how opinionated I … Continue reading