Tag Archives: TV

This man gives a list of rappers who eventually went broke

  Mark Dice does a nice video here about rappers who eventually went broke.  He’s a bit condescending in his language and borderline racist, but it’s not as if he’s not speaking the truth about rappers and the corporations that control them.  The video is a deep description of what’s wrong with hip-hop music and why people end up financially ...

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Dr Boyce Watkins: 7 Ways VH1 is Destroying the Black Community

by Dr Boyce Watkins Due to their interesting choices in programming, VH1 might be better referred to as “The Evil Empire.”  Their endless stream of reality TV shows tend to focus on taking otherwise irrelevant black people and promoting them to the recognition level of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr (I’m serious:  There are black kids who could identify a ...

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The Chinese Do Something America Can’t Do: Land a Rocket Ship on the Moon

Americans went to the moon, or so we say, 37 years ago.  But since that time, we haven’t returned.  They say that it’s because it’s too expensive, but it’s odd that there was something we were able to do with 1968 technology that we can’t do today.  Remember 1968?  That’s the year where VCRs didn’t exist and even cable TV ...

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Child Found Hanging from Building by Her Neck; Parents Were at Work

A three year-old child in China was recently found hanging by her neck from a fourth story window grill. Her parents admitted to leaving the little girl alone to go to work. Firefighters were alerted about the crisis when a person close to the scene heard the girl, Chyou Wang, crying after her head became stuck in the grill outside ...

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Obama’s “twin” Sues Chinese Clothes Store For Taking Advantage of How He Looks Like Obama

By Nigel Boys According to the Beijing Times, an Indonesian man who is an “Obama lookalike” is suing a Chinese clothing store because they used his picture to promote their business without his permission. Ilham Anas, who is already a celebrity in Jakarta where President Obama once lived, is seeking 600,000 yuan ($98,640) from the Chinese clothing factory for infringement ...

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Pediatricians Link Too Much Media to Kids With Obesity, School Problems, Aggression

By Nigel Boys With the vast array of media that is available on the internet, now might be a time to change a few rules around the house concerning the type of media your children are allowed to use, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP). The AAP have just released a newly revised policy statement which recommends that ...

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Two & Half Men’s Jon Cryer’s Ex-Wife Demands An Increase in Child Support from $8,000 to $88,000 a Month

By Nigel Boys According to Jon Cryer’s ex-wife, Sarah Trigger, she wants a judge to increase her $8,000 per month child support payments to $88,000 per month because she feels like a pauper with their teenage son going to a posh private school. Cryer, 48, the star of TV’s “Two and a Half Men,” makes about $2 million a month, ...

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Health Problems? Rapper Trina Passes Out at the Airport, Rushed to the Hospital

by Barry Burch Jr. The self-proclaimed “baddest b*tch,” Katrina Taylor, better known by her stage name Trina, has had to stomp the breaks and “pull over” after suddenly experiencing a loss of consciousness on Monday, which landed her in the hospital. According to TMZ,  the rapper and model from Miami passed out at a Florida airport.  She was later treated for “dehydration and overexertion.” Trina, 34, had ...

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Residents Call 911 For Cable Outage; Police Post Facebook Message Clarifying What Emergency Is

By Nigel Boys Residents in Fairfield, Connecticut, waiting to view their favorite programs on cable TV were frustrated when there was a cable outage so they called 911 to complain to the police about it. The Fairfield police responded by posting on their Facebook page that 911 was not meant to be used for trivial purposes such as cable outages. ...

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An Attorney Explains How the NCAA Unjustly Enriches Itself on the Backs of Student Athletes

by Damario Solomon-Simmons Considered an un-blockable force of nature, South Carolina’s Jadevan Clowney is easily one of the most hyped and talked about college players ever.  This is why Clowney received so much attention this week at the S.E.C.’s 2013 Media Conference in Hoover, Alabama.  Clowney, who is considered the consensus first pick of the 2014 NFL Draft, spent two days answering hundreds ...

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