Saturday, October 29, 2016
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
We have been trained to be at odds with each other competing in a "best negro" competition, and best, in this instance, is automatically equated to being that which is close to white when it comes to issues of color. But in an interesting twist, now a days, light skinned African American’s or bi-racial people are being questioned about their ethnicity and how black they are. Recently it has become a popular trend to get genetic DNA testing to see exactly what percentage of black a person is. There are many DNA testing companies that are are easily accessible and affordable all over the internet. Companies such as Anstesory.com and 23andme heavily advertise their services online and on TV. Many light skinned people have been criticized so much all their lives that they wanted to officially prove how much African they have in them.
Saturday, October 22, 2016
Jay “The Plug” Mendoza a black and Cuban immigrant decided to take his crack cooking talents to new heights by live streaming his skills on Facebook with an all inclusive cocaine tutorial........... His live streaming views on Facebook reached 100K before being shut down. He even provided a website (TheRealDrugs.com) with an email and was offering one on one personal coaching to teach people the tricks to get the most out of cooking crack. For aspiring crack dealers Mendoza's service was a dream come true. But for Mendoza, who had what is quite possibly the stupidest idea in the history of the world, lets just say it didn't work out the we he had planned. He was promptly arrested, and charged with being a moron, and impersonating an idiot.
Kumbuka was called into his private night quarters for his dinner at around 5.10 p.m. on Thursday 13th October. As a big silverback male with a matching appetite, he eats separately from the females - otherwise they wouldn’t get a look in.Unfortunately the door to his den had not been properly secured and a secondary security door had not yet been locked.We’ve since established that Kumbuka made an opportunistic escape from his unlocked den into the staff-only service corridor where a zookeeper was working.Thanks to the incredibly close bond and relationship shared by the zookeeper and Kumbuka, the zookeeper was able to continually reassure Kumbuka, talking to him calmly and in the same light-hearted tone he would always use, as he removed himself from the area.
Monday, October 17, 2016
As GOP nominee Donald Trump becomes more unelectable by the day, Twitter users are listing who or what could take his place in the presidential election.
Under the globally trending #MoreElectableThanTrump hashtag, they’ve deemed the entire cast of “Friends,” a block of cheese and “Harry Potter” villain Voldemort as more appealing candidates to vote for on Nov. 8.
Monday, October 10, 2016
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Here's a sentence I bet you don't hear or read every day.
The afterbirth left an aftertaste............
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Monday, October 3, 2016
Susan Gower's husband stopped at a Valero gas station in North Fort Myers, Florida on May 5th, like he's done many times before.
When they tried to use the card the next day, the card was over its credit limit.
Gower then checked her account, noticing a charge for $9949.36 from this Valero gas station.
Looking at the receipt from Valero, she saw the pump charged her for more than 27,000 gallons of gas.
Gower immediately went to the bank, canceling her card.
"The bank just said, 'Get with Valero, have them reverse the charges.' Very simple," she remembers.
The gas station manager, however, told her it wasn't possible.
Two weeks later, after getting Valero customer service involved, Gower's account was credited back the money.
She was relieved -- but frustrated with the owner of that station's lack of customer service.
"It stemmed from the glitch in his gas pump. He just wouldn't ever own up to the fact that he was wrong," she says.
She was hoping the owner would pay back that money for the hassle but hasn't been able to reach him -- so local reporter Lisa Greenberg reached out herself.
When Greenberg asked the station manager how he was going to make it up to Gower, he hung up on her.
"I'm a teacher, and 10-year-olds know they need to own up to their mistakes, and try to make it right and apologize. That's what makes me mad," says Gower.