Thursday, December 27, 2012

No Blast, Journalistic Misrepresentation…DJANGO Unchained

Please Read the original article:

Sadly but typically, Your Black has mislead/misinformed its readers in a SUCCESSFUL attempt to people to its website. Spike Lee DID NOT "blast" the movie. After reading his comments you will agree...I am certain. Thanks, Your Black for doing what other irresponsible media outlets do on the regular: use outlandish baiting tactics to acquire website traffic! Damn. Just present information in its context - and then give people the opportunity to make an informed decision. What the writer’s with Your Black  have also done here is portrayed Spike Lee in a negative light in regards to Django Unchained...Once AGAIN another black person demonized by his/her very own! Shameful...

My response to the article:

I do have plans to go see Django Unchained. However, I am certainly aware that slavery was a horrific condition - and should not be taken lightly. Spike Lee actually did not "BLAST" the movie. The individual who wrote this article/statement used the word, blast as a description of Spike's comment. Lee's words were/are FAR from a blast...the user of the word, blast did a great job of attracting people to his/her piece. I wish I would have not been pulled in by the journalistic tactic. Anyway, Spike Lee has decided to not view the film based on his beliefs of what he thinks the movie will portray. That's his prerogative. And, finally, if the writer of this piece above is black he/she should know better...what he/she has done is created an environment that promotes discord among black people. Shameful...

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Tuesday, December 04, 2012

Football, Men, and Guns...Violent Creations


NBC should replay this message from Bob Costas during the next Super Bowl. Perhaps, the subject matter will get more attention...?

I do know that millions will be watching the Super Bowl, and enjoying the commercials. It would be ideal if
a wealthy person purchased one minute and 30 seconds of commercial time to air the message.

Bob actually stepped out on a limb with his statement...and he did not have to say a word. But, Bob remained true to his character...Speak Out! And, Jason Whitlock, did what he has always done: Get Attention! This time a necessary attention!!

Guns are not killing people, people are - but the easy availability to acquire a handgun and the environmentally instability of mankind/womankind is entirely too prevalent to ignore that people are turning to gun violence to supposedly solve/address their problems, and in this case take life.

Finally, we should not be surprised by the violence connected to this unforgivable crime...Javon Belcher is a PRODUCT of a violent sport. He has been WITH violence for decades - and he ENDED his association with what?


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