A Cleveland bus driver was taunted by a passenger, then spit on and punched. He came back with a VENGEANCE and took her out. Was he wrong?
In inTouch Magazine, they super imposed a picture of The Huxtables into a remake photo of the The Harris’. This picture has been causing quite the stir up. We all know that there will NEVER be another Huxtable family. But from Family Hustle has shown is a man taking care of his family, mistakes in the pasts and over came. What do you think?
Former FBI director Louis Freeh feels that the football program at Penn State College should be axed. In actuality, there was a pedophile running the program and molested little boys for years. And it was covered by the coaches and others in the program. They are also trying to place the blame on the former head coach, the Late Joe Paterno. He feels like cutting the Division 1 program that produces at least 4 draft picks a year would send a jarring message to the rest of the country that this will not and can not be tolerated. What do you think?
Ok, this sounds absolutely CRAZY! But MiAKAs, also known as MEN Interested in Alpha Kappa Alpha are gearing to file a discriminatory lawsuit again the oldest founded African American Sorority. They are saying that the sorority is discriminating against them and not allowing them membership into the SORORITY… I’m so confused.
Please let me know! Am I THE ONLY one who thinks this is crazy?
Justin Combs, Diddy’s recently high school graduated son received a $54,000 scholarship to play football at UCLA. He maintain his 3.75 GPA at his prep school while he played corner back for the school, and was awarded the scholarship. This is the same scholarship that awarded Master P’s son, Percy “Romeo’ Miller Jr. a scholarship to play basketball a few years back. Some people feel that he should return the money, the school should award it to someone who is more in need of financial help. Other’s, Dr. Steve Perry, feel like Justin has worked hard and earned his scholarship and deserves to keep it.
All of our lives, our parents tell us that if we work hard enough, it will pay off. Even if Sean Combs is worth $500 Million, Justin worked hard to be awarded. It’s good to see that he’s not just riding on his father’s money.
A statement from UCLA:
“Unlike need-based scholarships, athletic scholarships are awarded to students strictly on the basis of their athletic and academic ability — not their financial need. Athletic scholarships, such as those awarded to football or basketball players, do not rely on state funds. Instead, these scholarships are entirely funded through UCLA Athletics ticket sales, corporate partnerships, media contracts and private donations from supporters,” the statement said.
From the mouth of a winner, ‘Stick a fork in American Idol, it’s done’. This statement coming from Kris Allen. Kris beat out Adam Lambert in season 8 for the crown. This statement could come because he’s a little jealous. Adam’s latest album debuted at #1, beating out Adele and Norah Jones (-__-), while Kris’s only projected sales of 15-20 thousand….. Even though he might be just a little bitter, IMO he MIGHT be right, AI doesn’t do the same things it used to. You tell me, do you think Idol is done?
Sometimes I always wonder what life was like without the iPod, or the TV, or our beloved cell phones. Now, I’ve had a phone since I was about 12 years old. Can’t tell you how many I’ve lost since then, but yeah. My phone has been by my side for a good ten years. I didn’t have an iPod until I turned 21, and that’s because I bought it myself. However, now I can’t go a day without it. It’s usually attached to me (like it is right now). I don’t know what I would do without either of them. While I was in class today, one of my classmates said that she could go YEARS without a cell phone. How is that possible? In a time like now, when everything is just a click, touch screen, or search engine away, how can people go without? How do people who are addicted possibly ween themselves off their addictions? Do they (WE) even know we’re addicted? I know personally, if I can’t find my phone or MelOWdy (my iPod) I have a fit, the world stops, and I HAVE to find them. Are we as a generation addicted?