Thursday, December 27, 2007

That's Okay With Me ....

That's where they made me at.


in this shirt:

Rocking it with Gold Doorknockers is optional. Take it Janet Jackson style and loop your housekey around a hoop. At least you won't get locked out.
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Thursday, December 20, 2007

Throwback Pop Culture Clip of the Week

Merry Christmas!

Tuesday, December 11, 2007

It happens for the dark ones...

...and they can't call ACS...or they will get beat again.

Thursday, December 06, 2007

Can Maddy the black princess help erase Disney's past?

stolen from

Is it a problem that I love lists like this? I actually purchased Ego Trip's Big Book of Racism and still think it's one of the greatest books ever? Do I secretly like racism because I enjoy humor about racism? Am I contributing to white hegemony by buying the Disney image

Sorry, I couldnt resist putting the crazy psuedo-academic questions that over ran my college experience. That's another thing I also like to make fun of...hahaha

For more humor please check the other list's on Cracked....and also cop your own copy of Ego Trip's book, your life will be better for it.

Throwback Pop Culture Clip of the Week

Another edition of the Throwback Christmas to love the chimpmunks...almost as great is Justin Timberlake's performance on SNL along with his great Christmas Gift in a Box...

Saturday, December 01, 2007

A Different World Style Flashback

Okay, while the title of this post would lead you to believe that I was going to delve into the wonderful world of clothing worn by my fellow Hillman Alumni, I'm not. Yes, Whitley had some prim but fierce outfits and Lena James could work some baggy pants, but instead I take you all the way back to season 1, episode 12 "Advise and Descent." In this episode Denise Huxtable (who the show was created around as a spinoff of The Cosby Show, if you're not familiar with this awesomeness) was not studying for her finals and working at a peer counseling center with a guest character named Z. Denise was a girl after my own heart and Z was your typical Californian dude. I too should be paper writing/doing laundry now, but instead started watching A Different World when I bumbled with excitement at this scene:

What's that we spot on Z's feet? Snoogy Boots! These are possibly UGGs, but definitely a predecessor to the style that later took over. They made a showing on A Different World back in the eighties...and this was a moment that I had to share. Among its other great values, A Different World also brought the Snoogy Boot to the East Coast. I'm still not a huge fan of the UGG, but I am a fan of this great moment in Pop Culture History.


The Queen..