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Condi Rice Congratulates Obama+Celebs Gush About The Election+Pres. Obama's Next Moves

Condoleeza Rice has offered her congratulations to President-Elect Barack Obama today: She says she will do everything in her power to work with Pres. O to have a smooth transition. She also talked about the affect his win has on her as an African-American. I'm just mad she waited until the end of her term to get a new and much more fab hairstyle. Oh wells. Work it Condi... We hear Young Jeezy was riding up and down Peachtree St. in the ATL all night--in the blue Lambo with the doors up playing "My President". And every car that passed blasted it as well. Four YBF moms--Holly Robinson Peete, Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, Lisa Nichols, and Keisha Whitaker--have dished their feelings about the election. Check it:
Holly Robinson Peete, actress, philanthropist and mom of four, said, "Tonight America grew up enough to kick the race obstacle out of our way to progress. I so wish Martin Luther King, Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, Barack's Grandma, my Aunt Sheila, my dad and so many others could be here to witness this transformation towards a more perfect union."
Garcelle Beauvais-Nilon, actress and mom of three, said, "I woke up this morning with an electric energy going through me. I can't explain this feeling except to say I knew something special was about to happen. I knew history would be made today."
Lisa Nichols, featured teacher of "The Secret" and mom of one, said, "Tonight I asked my thirteen year-old son, Jelani, what did Barack Obama's win mean to him and he responded, "Mom, you've always told me that I can be anything, but now I have real evidence in Barack Obama."
Keisha Whitaker, TV host, entrepreneur, mom of three and wife of Oscar winner Forest Whitaker, said: "If I could put a label on this occasion, it would be: "LIFE IS ENDLESS POSSIBILITIES!!"
Source Loves it. More on Obama's next moves when you read the rest... President-Elect Obama is hitting the ground running today. He says his first orders of business are appointing a Secretary of State and Secretary of Treasury. Globally, countries all over the world are overwhelmingly praising our decision to elect Obama as President. And that's a definite plus for the future of our economy and diplomatic relations. He has already tapped IL Rep. Rahm Emanuel as his Chief of Staff and the new Prez is awaiting his response. And so Chapter 44 begins... The Randomness: 1. R.I.P. Jheryl Busby.

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@ Something to think

@ Something to think about... I respect your opinion. And will respectfully agree to disagree with you on your opinion. It is possible in this day and age to have thoughtful dialog and respect each others differences. But I must tell you...your post was just a weeeee bit too long. *smile* End the end, President-elect Obama is ALL of America's President - white, black and otherwise. Whether you voted for him or not, whether you like him or not, he is the President. He definitely cannot ruin this country anymore than Bush has in the last 8 years. During Clinton's Administration, we were in the black for the first time in years. Bush put us in the red within his first 4 years in office. Again, thanks for your opinion, but I respectfully disagree. Be blessed in the Lord.
Southern Belle's picture

Everytime I begin to even

Everytime I begin to even think that the first family will look like me, I get goosebumps! Everytime I imagine watching those two beautiful girls grow up in the White House, I get choked up! Everytime I think of what this means for my 9 year old, I cry! There are no comments or looks of happiness here at my job. Most of these people fear that the world is going to end!
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To something to think about:

To something to think about: I applaud you for your stand and I think that you are a brave soul. And to my YBF fam, don't take this the wrong way, but I must say that this young woman has a point. I did vote for Obama, don't get me wrong, I think that he has a long road ahead of him, but he will pull through, but you have to stop and ask yourselves..Will he really do what he says he will.... I ♥ Obama, please don't get it twisted, but we have to look at this from both sides...
Mz. Christian Keyes.400 YEARS OF PAIN ALL WASHED AWAY IN ONE's picture

Ya'll are killing me with

Ya'll are killing me with quiet office thing. I plan to return to work tommorow and say "Hi, how's everyone feeling? I'm feeling great! There's a new sheriff in town and there's gonna be some changes. Everyone all for it let's hop on board the 'change train' and get it movin' All against, Pack your bags cuz there's a bus coming for Mexico. Now what did I miss and who do I need to fire first?" I just want to see the looks on the faces. Just priceless I know. Priceless. I always say crazy stuff anyway that leaves them whispering & wondering who's gonna have a job.
mmschel( Change has come to America, and his name is Barack!'s picture

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[quote comment="272012"][quote comment="271997"][quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.[/quote] Why you holding out on him...did I miss something?[/quote] IT's is just a bunch of stuff..this morning we had a huge fuss about the newspaper, he always running late, not picking up after his self, usual man stuff..it has just been building up...
rainywaters~NO WAY, NO HOW, NO BARACKING MY BACK OUT I'M OFF's picture

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[quote comment="272020"][quote comment="272007"]Hey Yall. I know I'm coming in all late. I just walked in to my office in my red and black dress! It is quiet like a mofo in here. Only me and my black secretary (also in a red dress with smiles on our faces. Nobody said a word to me except her...nobody![/quote] damn Kimmy, where you work at? South Floridans are all for Obama...well most.[/quote] I work in Coral Gables...you know I been telling you all that every day my boss has been complaining that Barack is trying to take all his money! Just imagine when its time for raises what he's gonna say.
Kimmy's picture

I just wanted to say i am

I just wanted to say i am truely happy today. I know at my job here in Jackson,Mississippi. Whites have been mad all day and barely spoken to any blacks. They have huffed and puffed stomped their feet but never said a word. It is truly sad. I want to send a Congrats to Pres. Obama and his lovely family. Now if we can only get blacks to stand up for each other and not put each other down we will truly be on to something. :-)
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[quote comment="272027"]Nuhhhhhhh uhhhhhh, somebody gonna have to read all that stuff & gimme a summary, I ain't reading alladat unless it's one of Christin prayers. *kissing my teeth Jamaican style*[/quote] ditto *in my best Rainy voice* I REFUSE!!! I WILL NOT!!
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@ something to think

@ something to think about... That was pretty long. And I get your point. But the man is our president now. The white supporters did not vote for him based on skin color. Not all black people voted for him because he is black. Michelle Obama, as an African American women has a lot of similar views as many of us. Intil today I have not been proud of my country. Wtf is wrong with that? Unless you are in our shoes you will never understand. Being a white women is so different from being a black women you would never understand. So as I respect your opinion, it changes NOTHING. Your opinion just opened my eyes and proved that many white people just do not understand what we have been through, and will never understand our past, our pain and how big Nov 4th was for us...
S&J (YESTERDAY WE WERE SLAVES....2DAY WE ARE PRESIDENTS!'s picture

Ok now we know Condi voted

Ok now we know Condi voted for Obama, did anyone notice how that chick was smiling, she never smiles.
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[quote comment="272018"][quote comment="272009"][quote comment="271997"][quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.[/quote] --------------------------okay okay i did peek at it,this morning standing at attention!...but i dare not taste or partake in any of the glory that is the jackhammer.[/quote] You know you wanted some....Bet yo coochie was just aching looking at it....lol lol[/quote] Betcha she felt the little heartbeat up in there, lmao, mouth probably started watering too, lmao
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[quote comment="272027"]Nuhhhhhhh uhhhhhh, somebody gonna have to read all that stuff & gimme a summary, I ain't reading alladat unless it's one of Christin prayers. *kissing my teeth Jamaican style*[/quote] I'm not either...I kinda read the bottom and looked a little like some hate on Obama shit.....*Folds arms and walks off*
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[quote comment="272016"]AMERICAN GIRL IN ITALY NOVEMBER 5, 2008 NOQUARTERUSA.NET Watching the Obama supporters last night, with tears streaming down their faces, their screaming, clapping, dancing and fainting, I have to admit I was a bit emotional myself. I appreciate what this means to African Americans, you could see it on their faces. Juan Williams cried through his whole commentary. And, as opposed to an Obama presidency as I am, I still hold dear, and respect and value the Office of the Presidency, the symbolism of that office. These kinds of things make me weepy, as does the National Anthem. I can’t help it. And, although many of you might disagree, I am not bitter, or angry. I am just interested, opinionated, and involved, and I supported and voted for someone else. But as much as I can understand what this means to his supporters, it is unfortunate that what this year meant to those who supported Hillary Clinton or John McCain and Sarah Palin, wasn’t understood. I’d like to say that I think Obama transcended race, and is truly a new kind of Politician. But, then I remember the number of times people who opposed him were called racist. I can’t forget the Clinton’s painted as racists, her supporters, then Palin, and McCain themselves, as well as their supporters. I can’t forget the number of times I was called racist on my blog, or online from the very first day. I’d like to say that as I watched Michelle on stage last night, that I felt pride that she will be our first African American First Lady. But, I can’t forget the times she said she was for the first time, proud of her country. A country that afforded her an Ivy League education, a country where her family prospered and excelled. I can’t forget her saying that America is a mean country. I can’t forget when she said that she would have to think long and hard before she would support Hillary, should she be the nominee. I can’t forget when she said that *if you can’t run your own house, how can you run the White House*, such an affront to women everywhere. I’d like to say, as I watched those adorable two girls on the stage last night, the opportunity that lies ahead of them, and all young women. But then I couldn’t help think of the attacks on the children of Sarah Palin. I couldn’t help think of the attacks on her, her 17 year old daughter, and Hillary Clinton, and her female supporters. I can’t forget the public acceptance of the effigy of Sarah Palin, or the Clinton Nutcrackers, or the Sarah Palin is a cunt t-shirts, or the many, many sexist attacks. I couldn’t help remember the nasty comments coming from the left that she should have aborted Trig. I’d like to say, as I watched the supporters, running through the streets celebrating, that they deserved it, that they worked hard, and put up an honest fair political fight. That they just wanted it more. But then I couldn’t help think of the personal attacks on me, from the day I typed *I support Hillary*. I can’t forget the anonymous personal attacks, and death threats and worse, left on my blog, for discussing the race. I couldn’t help but watch the crowd, and think, “are they someone who called me a whore or a racist c*nt?” I can’t forget the caucus fraud that was witnessed all over the country in the primary. I can’t forget the attacks on African Americans who didn’t support Obama. I can’t forget that someone told Soldier4Hillary that they hoped she died in Iraq, because she supported Hillary. I couldn’t help think of the Black Panthers I saw, in Philadelphia standing in front of the polling place, threatening voters. I can’t forget the death threats on Tavis Smiley for criticizing Obama. I can’t forget the Super Delegates who received death threats for supporting Hillary. I’d like to say as I watched Hillary and Bill cast their vote yesterday that I believe they supported Obama. But, I can’t forget what Hillary said during the primary, questioning Obama on Rezko and Ayers, and Wright. I can’t forget the constant insults from Obama about the Clinton presidency, and Hillary personally, and professionally. I can’t forget Biden, Edwards, Dodd, and more, tell the American people that Obama is not ready, and not tested. I can’t forget his refusal to release his Senate records, his college transcripts, or his passport. I’d like to say, as I saw Obama standing there last night, in front of a wall of American flags, giving his speech, that he truly loves America, and is a man of his word. But I can’t forget his excuse for not wearing the Flag pin, and then his political expediency in wearing it. I can’t forget the photo of him not placing his hand over his heart during the National Anthem. I can’t forget the photo William Ayers standing on the American flag. I can’t forget his refusal to release his birth certificate, something that was demanded of Mccain. I’d like to say, as I watched Obama vote for himself as President yesterday, that I appreciated what an out of body, overwhelming experience that must have been, the pride and excitement he must feel. But, then I saw William Ayers go into the same polling booth, as did Farrakhan. I was reminded of what Obama did early in his career, to get to this point, who he considered appropriate to associate with, to befriend, and to partner with to further his political career. I can’t forget how he exposed his opponents in Chicago, and personally attacked them, to get them removed from the ballot. I can’t forget how he ran his Chicago Districts and his dealings with Rezko, and the state of despair his districts are in. I can’t forget that he didn’t leave that church. I’d like to say that as I watched him walk to the podium, to give his acceptance speech that he worked so hard, and that he earned this. But I can’t forget what little he has actually accomplished. Yes, he ran a good campaign, he spent more days campaigning then he has ever held a job. I can’t forget all the articles I have read, about his start in the Chicago Senate, and how he was handed bills, to further his career, how his mentor carried him, made himself a Senator. I can’t forget the articles I read how Obama would catch Dodd or Kennedy in the halls and cling to them as they went to present bills, and adding himself to their accomplishments. I can’t forget that he has campaigned longer then he has actually served in the Senate. I can’t forget how he himself said, in 2004 that he was not ready. I’d like to say, as I saw him standing there, that the people have spoken, and the best man won. But, I can’t forget the thousands and thousands of fraudulent voters registered, the buses of homeless and drug addicts that were driven to the polls. I can’t forget the Obama supporters who have been caught voting twice, the people on the streets saying they voted multiple times, the overseas ballots that have been tossed out. Those four delegates. I can’t forget the actions of the DNC and how they treated the Clintons. I can’t forget the efforts to shove Hillary Clinton from the race. I’d like to say that as I saw him standing there, and even as I listened to him, and was moved to tears, that he deserves it. I couldn’t help think of the man that did not win. A man who has courageously served his country since he was 17 years old. A man who fought, and almost died for his country. A man who spent five years in a prison in Vietnam, at the same time one of Obama’s neighbors and friends was bombing the Pentagon, and Capital. I couldn’t help remember that Obama gave a book review to Ayers, whose other book was dedicated to the man that murdered Robert Kennedy. I’d like to say that, although my candidate lost, I trust that Obama will follow through with his promises. But I can’t forget the broken promises he has already made, and the lies that he has told - looking into the eye of the American people. I can’t forget the sliding numbers for his tax cuts. I’d like to say that as I was watching McCain give his concession speech, that he lost after a good fight. But I can’t forget that McCain couldn’t even fight. His every move, every attempt to put up a good fight was chastised in the media, screams of racism were thrown at him. Even having to fight his own party. As I watched Sarah Palin standing behind him, I couldn’t help think how close we were to having a woman in the White House. As I watched her fight back her tears, I couldn’t help think of all that she has accomplished in her life, being only two years older then me. I can’t forget all the disgusting insulting attacks thrown at her, and how she stayed strong. I can’t forget all of the attacks coming from so called feminists, and how far this election has set us back, as women. And apparently, we really have not gone that far. I can’t forget members of her own party calling her a cancer. I can’t forget the attacks on her and her family, a sitting Governor who has served the people of Alaska, who was asked to join the Republican ticket. The respect I felt for McCain and Palin standing there, moved me to tears. He is a true American Hero, and his service to his country should never be forgotten. I can’t forget the attacks I have read, from the left, on his service. I’d like to say that Obama is truly a man who was supported by the American people. But I can’t forget the broken promise to accept campaign finance. I can’t forget the millions of dollars of overseas money he as illegally accepted, the millions he has had to return, the unchecked prepaid credit card donations. And his refusal to release the donor list. I can’t forget the millions he has raised and spent, and the promise he broke to get there. I’d like to say that Obama will be for all people. But can’t forget the personal attacks on Joe the Plumber and anyone who opposed Obama. I can’t forget his pandering to Christian Conservatives in some states, including the gay bashers, his opposition to gay marriage, or his refusal to speak out against the sexist attacks on Clinton and Palin. I can’t forget that Obama pays his female employees less than the men. I can’t forget his double talk regarding Israel. I can’t forget his is associations with Farrakhan, Wright, Khalidi, Meeks, Moss, Dhorn, Ayers, ACORN. I’d like to say that Obama will help the economy. But I can’t forget his share of the responsibility in the collapse of Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac. I can’t forget all of the experts telling us how his spending and proposals are going to add trillions in more debt. I can’t forget that he is second only to Dodd, in his two short years in the Senate, for taking money from them. I’d like to say, as I watched the members of the media praise him, and talk about what a great story this is, that I think it is. But I can’t forget the attacks that they launched on Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, their supporters, and Bill Clinton as well. I can’t forget their utter failure to do their job, to report the facts, not to create the story. I can’t forget their complete and utter bias. I can’t forget their cover ups, and failures to vet this candidate. I can’t forget their personal attacks on an average citizen. I’d like to say that this proves that America is not racist. But I can’t forget that 95% of the African Americans voted for Obama. For half of the country, their opposition to Obama was not about race. It was his judgment and his character. It was his policies. And for conservatives, it was everything he and his party stands for. White Americans, Democrats, embraced him. He won cross over votes. But those who didn’t vote for him didn’t do so because of his skin color. But those who did? I’d like to believe that when Obama said that *out of many, we are one* that were true. But for those who did not support him, from the first days of the primary, were told to for example *keep the fuck out of my country* were treated anything but. I do understand what this means to his supporters, to African Americans, and to people around the world. I do. As I said, I could see it in their tear streamed faces. And it saddens me that I can’t share gleefully in this moment in history. As much as I want to welcome this idea of change, this new age of politics, this giant step for mankind, this great leap of faith, this huge movement forward in race relations in America, I just can’t forget how we got to this day. Will Obama live up to *the promise*? As they say, time will tell. And as far as the DNC now controlling all three branches? Gird your loins my friends, gird your loins.[/quote] Think about shutting up...Who cares what you think? Print this comment out and give it to someone who cares!!! You're so freakin' Negative...go to a Republican site and tell them how you feel....Bye and stay in Italy!
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[quote comment="272019"][quote comment="272002"][quote comment="271977"][quote comment="271960"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] Don't forget to look in your day planner :-D[/quote] i did[/quote] dang i can't leave...i have did nah bit of work today... thanks you for reminding me about my planner. All Christin beautiful prayer is right there.(going to cry cause ya'll do listen)...and everyone for being so positive with me. i love all ya'll crazy butts...me and u..us never part[/quote] Aw Rainy-boo, LUV you too Gal.... NOW GO HOME RIGHT NOW AND GET TO GETTIN'!!!!!!!!!!!! WE'S AIN'T GO'NE TELL YOU AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!! :evil: :razz:[/quote] :P I wish they had humping emotioncons :lol:
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Nuhhhhhhh uhhhhhh, somebody

Nuhhhhhhh uhhhhhh, somebody gonna have to read all that stuff & gimme a summary, I ain't reading alladat unless it's one of Christin prayers. *kissing my teeth Jamaican style*
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[quote comment="272023"][quote comment="272013"][quote comment="272006"][quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] youtube this, Gwen Verdon Fosse Original 60, and you'll see where she stole it, um er ruh, got her inspiration from.[/quote] you mean where her choregrapher got his inspiration from lol[/quote] *PISHHHH PISSSHHHHH* I've got Kay's industrial strength spray - PROTECTED BY VIPOR STAY BACK![/quote] IT CRACKS ME UP HOW THEY (STANS) SAY INSPIRATION.....Les, spray some more...they still buzzing......
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[quote comment="272007"]Hey

[quote comment="272007"]Hey Yall. I know I'm coming in all late. I just walked in to my office in my red and black dress! It is quiet like a mofo in here. Only me and my black secretary (also in a red dress with smiles on our faces. Nobody said a word to me except her...nobody![/quote] Heeey Kimmy!!!! You are NOT alone, you missed me ranting on my hateration, evil, KKK-inspired workplace! OOOOOOOH! :evil:
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[quote comment="272013"][quote comment="272006"][quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] youtube this, Gwen Verdon Fosse Original 60, and you'll see where she stole it, um er ruh, got her inspiration from.[/quote] you mean where her choregrapher got his inspiration from lol[/quote] *PISHHHH PISSSHHHHH* I've got Kay's industrial strength spray - PROTECTED BY VIPOR STAY BACK!
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[quote comment="272002"][quote comment="271977"][quote comment="271960"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] Don't forget to look in your day planner :-D[/quote] i did[/quote] dang i can't leave...i have did nah bit of work today... thanks you for reminding me about my planner. All Christin beautiful prayer is right there.(going to cry cause ya'll do listen)...and everyone for being so positive with me. i love all ya'll crazy butts...me and u..us never part[/quote] I guess my massa is singing..*In my best Jackie Chan voice...What is she good for..ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!".... cuz I haven't done a thing either.... and I'm ready to get off...
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[quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] She used that Bob Fosse stuff. But she needs to call Durn I can't think of his name but it's the tip of my tongue... He's done Jays Video's before. He could hook her up.
mmschel( Change has come to America, and his name is Barack!'s picture

[quote comment="272007"]Hey

[quote comment="272007"]Hey Yall. I know I'm coming in all late. I just walked in to my office in my red and black dress! It is quiet like a mofo in here. Only me and my black secretary (also in a red dress with smiles on our faces. Nobody said a word to me except her...nobody![/quote] damn Kimmy, where you work at? South Floridans are all for Obama...well most.
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[quote comment="272002"][quote comment="271977"][quote comment="271960"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] Don't forget to look in your day planner :-D[/quote] i did[/quote] dang i can't leave...i have did nah bit of work today... thanks you for reminding me about my planner. All Christin beautiful prayer is right there.(going to cry cause ya'll do listen)...and everyone for being so positive with me. i love all ya'll crazy butts...me and u..us never part[/quote] Aw Rainy-boo, LUV you too Gal.... NOW GO HOME RIGHT NOW AND GET TO GETTIN'!!!!!!!!!!!! WE'S AIN'T GO'NE TELL YOU AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!! :evil: :razz:
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[quote comment="272009"][quote comment="271997"][quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.[/quote] --------------------------okay okay i did peek at it,this morning standing at attention!...but i dare not taste or partake in any of the glory that is the jackhammer.[/quote] You know you wanted some....Bet yo coochie was just aching looking at it....lol lol
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[quote comment="272003"][quote comment="271997"][quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.[/quote] She is going to come in tomorrow in a body cast...Asking for some Excedrine, cause he kocked her head into the headboard one too many times.....[/quote] I'm in the lab right now trying to create & patent a puzzy sling - i'll ship one FREE OF CHARGE to Rainy.
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AMERICAN GIRL IN ITALY

AMERICAN GIRL IN ITALY NOVEMBER 5, 2008 NOQUARTERUSA.NET Watching the Obama supporters last night, with tears streaming down their faces, their screaming, clapping, dancing and fainting, I have to admit I was a bit emotional myself. I appreciate what this means to African Americans, you could see it on their faces. Juan Williams cried through his whole commentary. And, as opposed to an Obama presidency as I am, I still hold dear, and respect and value the Office of the Presidency, the symbolism of that office. These kinds of things make me weepy, as does the National Anthem. I can’t help it. And, although many of you might disagree, I am not bitter, or angry. I am just interested, opinionated, and involved, and I supported and voted for someone else. But as much as I can understand what this means to his supporters, it is unfortunate that what this year meant to those who supported Hillary Clinton or John McCain and Sarah Palin, wasn’t understood. I’d like to say that I think Obama transcended race, and is truly a new kind of Politician. But, then I remember the number of times people who opposed him were called racist. I can’t forget the Clinton’s painted as racists, her supporters, then Palin, and McCain themselves, as well as their supporters. I can’t forget the number of times I was called racist on my blog, or online from the very first day. I’d like to say that as I watched Michelle on stage last night, that I felt pride that she will be our first African American First Lady. But, I can’t forget the times she said she was for the first time, proud of her country. A country that afforded her an Ivy League education, a country where her family prospered and excelled. I can’t forget her saying that America is a mean country. I can’t forget when she said that she would have to think long and hard before she would support Hillary, should she be the nominee. I can’t forget when she said that *if you can’t run your own house, how can you run the White House*, such an affront to women everywhere. I’d like to say, as I watched those adorable two girls on the stage last night, the opportunity that lies ahead of them, and all young women. But then I couldn’t help think of the attacks on the children of Sarah Palin. I couldn’t help think of the attacks on her, her 17 year old daughter, and Hillary Clinton, and her female supporters. I can’t forget the public acceptance of the effigy of Sarah Palin, or the Clinton Nutcrackers, or the Sarah Palin is a cunt t-shirts, or the many, many sexist attacks. I couldn’t help remember the nasty comments coming from the left that she should have aborted Trig. I’d like to say, as I watched the supporters, running through the streets celebrating, that they deserved it, that they worked hard, and put up an honest fair political fight. That they just wanted it more. But then I couldn’t help think of the personal attacks on me, from the day I typed *I support Hillary*. I can’t forget the anonymous personal attacks, and death threats and worse, left on my blog, for discussing the race. I couldn’t help but watch the crowd, and think, “are they someone who called me a whore or a racist c*nt?” I can’t forget the caucus fraud that was witnessed all over the country in the primary. I can’t forget the attacks on African Americans who didn’t support Obama. I can’t forget that someone told Soldier4Hillary that they hoped she died in Iraq, because she supported Hillary. I couldn’t help think of the Black Panthers I saw, in Philadelphia standing in front of the polling place, threatening voters. I can’t forget the death threats on Tavis Smiley for criticizing Obama. I can’t forget the Super Delegates who received death threats for supporting Hillary. I’d like to say as I watched Hillary and Bill cast their vote yesterday that I believe they supported Obama. But, I can’t forget what Hillary said during the primary, questioning Obama on Rezko and Ayers, and Wright. I can’t forget the constant insults from Obama about the Clinton presidency, and Hillary personally, and professionally. I can’t forget Biden, Edwards, Dodd, and more, tell the American people that Obama is not ready, and not tested. I can’t forget his refusal to release his Senate records, his college transcripts, or his passport. I’d like to say, as I saw Obama standing there last night, in front of a wall of American flags, giving his speech, that he truly loves America, and is a man of his word. But I can’t forget his excuse for not wearing the Flag pin, and then his political expediency in wearing it. I can’t forget the photo of him not placing his hand over his heart during the National Anthem. I can’t forget the photo William Ayers standing on the American flag. I can’t forget his refusal to release his birth certificate, something that was demanded of Mccain. I’d like to say, as I watched Obama vote for himself as President yesterday, that I appreciated what an out of body, overwhelming experience that must have been, the pride and excitement he must feel. But, then I saw William Ayers go into the same polling booth, as did Farrakhan. I was reminded of what Obama did early in his career, to get to this point, who he considered appropriate to associate with, to befriend, and to partner with to further his political career. I can’t forget how he exposed his opponents in Chicago, and personally attacked them, to get them removed from the ballot. I can’t forget how he ran his Chicago Districts and his dealings with Rezko, and the state of despair his districts are in. I can’t forget that he didn’t leave that church. I’d like to say that as I watched him walk to the podium, to give his acceptance speech that he worked so hard, and that he earned this. But I can’t forget what little he has actually accomplished. Yes, he ran a good campaign, he spent more days campaigning then he has ever held a job. I can’t forget all the articles I have read, about his start in the Chicago Senate, and how he was handed bills, to further his career, how his mentor carried him, made himself a Senator. I can’t forget the articles I read how Obama would catch Dodd or Kennedy in the halls and cling to them as they went to present bills, and adding himself to their accomplishments. I can’t forget that he has campaigned longer then he has actually served in the Senate. I can’t forget how he himself said, in 2004 that he was not ready. I’d like to say, as I saw him standing there, that the people have spoken, and the best man won. But, I can’t forget the thousands and thousands of fraudulent voters registered, the buses of homeless and drug addicts that were driven to the polls. I can’t forget the Obama supporters who have been caught voting twice, the people on the streets saying they voted multiple times, the overseas ballots that have been tossed out. Those four delegates. I can’t forget the actions of the DNC and how they treated the Clintons. I can’t forget the efforts to shove Hillary Clinton from the race. I’d like to say that as I saw him standing there, and even as I listened to him, and was moved to tears, that he deserves it. I couldn’t help think of the man that did not win. A man who has courageously served his country since he was 17 years old. A man who fought, and almost died for his country. A man who spent five years in a prison in Vietnam, at the same time one of Obama’s neighbors and friends was bombing the Pentagon, and Capital. I couldn’t help remember that Obama gave a book review to Ayers, whose other book was dedicated to the man that murdered Robert Kennedy. I’d like to say that, although my candidate lost, I trust that Obama will follow through with his promises. But I can’t forget the broken promises he has already made, and the lies that he has told - looking into the eye of the American people. I can’t forget the sliding numbers for his tax cuts. I’d like to say that as I was watching McCain give his concession speech, that he lost after a good fight. But I can’t forget that McCain couldn’t even fight. His every move, every attempt to put up a good fight was chastised in the media, screams of racism were thrown at him. Even having to fight his own party. As I watched Sarah Palin standing behind him, I couldn’t help think how close we were to having a woman in the White House. As I watched her fight back her tears, I couldn’t help think of all that she has accomplished in her life, being only two years older then me. I can’t forget all the disgusting insulting attacks thrown at her, and how she stayed strong. I can’t forget all of the attacks coming from so called feminists, and how far this election has set us back, as women. And apparently, we really have not gone that far. I can’t forget members of her own party calling her a cancer. I can’t forget the attacks on her and her family, a sitting Governor who has served the people of Alaska, who was asked to join the Republican ticket. The respect I felt for McCain and Palin standing there, moved me to tears. He is a true American Hero, and his service to his country should never be forgotten. I can’t forget the attacks I have read, from the left, on his service. I’d like to say that Obama is truly a man who was supported by the American people. But I can’t forget the broken promise to accept campaign finance. I can’t forget the millions of dollars of overseas money he as illegally accepted, the millions he has had to return, the unchecked prepaid credit card donations. And his refusal to release the donor list. I can’t forget the millions he has raised and spent, and the promise he broke to get there. I’d like to say that Obama will be for all people. But can’t forget the personal attacks on Joe the Plumber and anyone who opposed Obama. I can’t forget his pandering to Christian Conservatives in some states, including the gay bashers, his opposition to gay marriage, or his refusal to speak out against the sexist attacks on Clinton and Palin. I can’t forget that Obama pays his female employees less than the men. I can’t forget his double talk regarding Israel. I can’t forget his is associations with Farrakhan, Wright, Khalidi, Meeks, Moss, Dhorn, Ayers, ACORN. I’d like to say that Obama will help the economy. But I can’t forget his share of the responsibility in the collapse of Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac. I can’t forget all of the experts telling us how his spending and proposals are going to add trillions in more debt. I can’t forget that he is second only to Dodd, in his two short years in the Senate, for taking money from them. I’d like to say, as I watched the members of the media praise him, and talk about what a great story this is, that I think it is. But I can’t forget the attacks that they launched on Hillary Clinton, Sarah Palin, their supporters, and Bill Clinton as well. I can’t forget their utter failure to do their job, to report the facts, not to create the story. I can’t forget their complete and utter bias. I can’t forget their cover ups, and failures to vet this candidate. I can’t forget their personal attacks on an average citizen. I’d like to say that this proves that America is not racist. But I can’t forget that 95% of the African Americans voted for Obama. For half of the country, their opposition to Obama was not about race. It was his judgment and his character. It was his policies. And for conservatives, it was everything he and his party stands for. White Americans, Democrats, embraced him. He won cross over votes. But those who didn’t vote for him didn’t do so because of his skin color. But those who did? I’d like to believe that when Obama said that *out of many, we are one* that were true. But for those who did not support him, from the first days of the primary, were told to for example *keep the fuck out of my country* were treated anything but. I do understand what this means to his supporters, to African Americans, and to people around the world. I do. As I said, I could see it in their tear streamed faces. And it saddens me that I can’t share gleefully in this moment in history. As much as I want to welcome this idea of change, this new age of politics, this giant step for mankind, this great leap of faith, this huge movement forward in race relations in America, I just can’t forget how we got to this day. Will Obama live up to *the promise*? As they say, time will tell. And as far as the DNC now controlling all three branches? Gird your loins my friends, gird your loins.
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[quote comment="272010"][quote comment="272005"][quote comment="271994"][quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] OH THEY HAD THE EXACT VISION THAT YOU ARE SEEING WHICH IS ASS SHAKING AND GYRATING![/quote] I still think she looks...funny....dancing. Maybe it's just me, but when I see her dance all I can do is think about slinky's....[/quote] I think she dipped into her video fund for that new '09 lace front, so all she could get was a black and white video of her, a TS and another chick dancing in a leotard......[/quote] BWAHAHAHAHAHAH!!!!!!!!!!
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@ April, I live in KY and

@ April, I live in KY and they are mad here too. Nobody in the office is talking or speaking to anybody black here.
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[quote comment="272006"][quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] youtube this, Gwen Verdon Fosse Original 60, and you'll see where she stole it, um er ruh, got her inspiration from.[/quote] you mean where her choregrapher got his inspiration from lol
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[quote comment="271997"][quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.[/quote] Why you holding out on him...did I miss something?
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[quote comment="271585"]he

[quote comment="271585"]he need to give me a call..i can be secretary of state...lol..[quote comment="271572"][quote comment="271563"]Hey I live in NC and I just wanted to see if the tension is the same else where they r so upset! here at work omg! OH WELL![/quote] I am in NY & people are hyped (in a good way)!!![/quote] yup..in new york everyone is so hype and excited..[/quote] Wish I could say the same, I'm in Louisiana and race is still a big factor here. I pray it goes away soon for the sake of my boys
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[quote comment="272005"][quote comment="271994"][quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] OH THEY HAD THE EXACT VISION THAT YOU ARE SEEING WHICH IS ASS SHAKING AND GYRATING![/quote] I still think she looks...funny....dancing. Maybe it's just me, but when I see her dance all I can do is think about slinky's....[/quote] I think she dipped into her video fund for that new '09 lace front, so all she could get was a black and white video of her, a TS and another chick dancing in a leotard......
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[quote comment="271997"][quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.[/quote] --------------------------okay okay i did peek at it,this morning standing at attention!...but i dare not taste or partake in any of the glory that is the jackhammer.
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[quote comment="271997"][quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.[/quote] JACKHAMMER!! WHEEL BARREL?!?! WTF!?!? Okay, don't start Les.... :lol: Now I'm having visions of Pon the Foot/Pon Shoulder, or whatever, the jackhammer AND the Wheel Barrel! WHOO!
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Hey Yall. I know I'm coming

Hey Yall. I know I'm coming in all late. I just walked in to my office in my red and black dress! It is quiet like a mofo in here. Only me and my black secretary (also in a red dress with smiles on our faces. Nobody said a word to me except her...nobody!
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[quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] youtube this, Gwen Verdon Fosse Original 60, and you'll see where she stole it, um er ruh, got her inspiration from.
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[quote comment="271994"][quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] OH THEY HAD THE EXACT VISION THAT YOU ARE SEEING WHICH IS ASS SHAKING AND GYRATING![/quote] I still think she looks...funny....dancing. Maybe it's just me, but when I see her dance all I can do is think about slinky's....
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You know I have never like

You know I have never like Condi Rice, but her and Colin Powell have made me proud, who says we don't stick together, Black Unity
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[quote comment="271997"][quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.[/quote] She is going to come in tomorrow in a body cast...Asking for some Excedrine, cause he kocked her head into the headboard one too many times.....
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[quote comment="271977"][quote comment="271960"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] Don't forget to look in your day planner :-D[/quote] i did[/quote] dang i can't leave...i have did nah bit of work today... thanks you for reminding me about my planner. All Christin beautiful prayer is right there.(going to cry cause ya'll do listen)...and everyone for being so positive with me. i love all ya'll crazy butts...me and u..us never part
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[quote comment="271991"][quote comment="271983"][quote comment="271953"][quote comment="271941"][quote comment="271931"][quote comment="271911"][quote comment="271887"][quote comment="271875"][quote comment="271870"][quote comment="271866"]and the cheapest parade tickets are 495.00 Im just not gunna get to see my Obama![/quote] RENT A CAR AND DRIVE!!!!!!!!!!![/quote] I think Im gonna try and uhhh stand outside!! lol I live in MD so it wont be that bad[/quote] I might have to meet you up there....as long as you not rocking the Deron BS!!! lol lol lol I do not want to be blinded when the sun shines down on one of your rhinestone creations.....[/quote] LMAO!!! Youre crazy!! :mrgreen: I guess I got to take back all the brown rhinestones, feathers, and glue I bought to make the Obamas on my shirt...yes the whole family! I'm bout to give Tina a run for her money!!! lol lol lol I kid I kid!!![/quote] I knew they used chicken feathers in their rituals, um er ruh, clothing, lol.[/quote] Ground up chicken bones and chicken feet...then they take a strand of left over lace front hair and secretly sew it in the stitching to keep you comeing back for more.....[/quote] lol :lol:[/quote] I refuse!! See thats why I gotta go I'm laughing outloud in class!! :oops: LOL[/quote] You know they cast a creole spirit of that tacky ish.....[/quote] lol at your name you are too much!!
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[quote comment="271992"][quote comment="271988"][quote comment="271982"][quote comment="271972"]Can yall see my new pic?[/quote] nope, Sowwy, Not yet[/quote] [quote comment="271978"][quote comment="271972"]Can yall see my new pic?[/quote] Nope..[/quote] Mine won't change either...I changed mine yesterday, deleted my history and cookies and still nothing...Oh well...[/quote] Aww, but I LOVE Buckwheat!!!![/quote] Oh no...It's still Buckwheat!!! yall know, I love me some Buckwheat....
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[quote comment="271993"][quote comment="271973"][quote comment="271964"][quote comment="271958"][quote comment="271954"][quote comment="271939"]Hello Everyone...What did I miss?[/quote] NOTHING GIRL! WE JUST UP IN HERE TRYING TO FIND OUT THE BEST HAIR PRODUCTS AND FIGURING OUT WHAT HAIR PRODUCTS THE OBAMAS ARE USING. ALSO WE ARE COLLECTIVELY CONGRATULATING CONDOLEZA RICE FOR FINALLY GETTING THAT HAIR DONE![/quote] and dont forget we are figuring out how to make it to dc janurary 20th...[/quote] Yeah me and my friends wanna go...[/quote] lets hope for the best *cross fingers*[/quote] **crossing fingers**[/quote] cross your toes, arms, legs, eyes, everything you can think of lol
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[quote comment="271987"][quote comment="271972"]Can yall see my new pic?[/quote] I still see you and a guy Christin, but that could just be my PC![/quote] Dang me and my wooly hat wearing brother....that is pre-Obama! lol...I want my moment to be seen right this minute!
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[quote comment="271970"][quote comment="271962"][quote comment="271957"][quote comment="271952"][quote comment="271940"][quote comment="271936"][quote comment="271930"]Bye everybody**ya'll have a great and powerful rest of the day[/quote] bye rainy...[/quote] ...don't forget to "holla" at your hubby tonight! :lol:[/quote] sucking my teeth**[/quote] :mrgreen:[/quote] She gonna be suckn something else tonight...She ain't fooling me....[/quote] llololololololo no i'm not read the title![/quote] Yeah uh huh, we KNOW you Rainy, lol, (ain't that funny) we know you getting Baracked tonight, jackammer/wheel barrel style.
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[quote comment="271991"][quote comment="271983"][quote comment="271953"][quote comment="271941"][quote comment="271931"][quote comment="271911"][quote comment="271887"][quote comment="271875"][quote comment="271870"][quote comment="271866"]and the cheapest parade tickets are 495.00 Im just not gunna get to see my Obama![/quote] RENT A CAR AND DRIVE!!!!!!!!!!![/quote] I think Im gonna try and uhhh stand outside!! lol I live in MD so it wont be that bad[/quote] I might have to meet you up there....as long as you not rocking the Deron BS!!! lol lol lol I do not want to be blinded when the sun shines down on one of your rhinestone creations.....[/quote] LMAO!!! Youre crazy!! :mrgreen: I guess I got to take back all the brown rhinestones, feathers, and glue I bought to make the Obamas on my shirt...yes the whole family! I'm bout to give Tina a run for her money!!! lol lol lol I kid I kid!!![/quote] I knew they used chicken feathers in their rituals, um er ruh, clothing, lol.[/quote] Ground up chicken bones and chicken feet...then they take a strand of left over lace front hair and secretly sew it in the stitching to keep you comeing back for more.....[/quote] lol :lol:[/quote] I refuse!! See thats why I gotta go I'm laughing outloud in class!! :oops: LOL[/quote] You know they cast a creole spirit of that tacky ish.....[/quote] You know they cast a creole spirit over that tacky ish.....
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[quote comment="271990"]How

[quote comment="271990"]How about now???[/quote] Nope!
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[quote comment="271974"][quote comment="271966"][quote comment="271929"][quote comment="271919"][quote comment="271848"]Yo did yall here Bey song "Number 1 diva" where she rappin? It's hot! *sorry for bringing Bey up in this*[/quote] Speaking of BEY.. I was going to wait until another Bey post, but I have to get this off of my chest. I hated her Single Ladies vid.. I just got around to seeing it.. When I heard the song, I thought the video would be in a club or something and I was so disappointed... >>>>>running out of post<<<<<<[/quote] i loved it. her dancing is on point and beyond.[/quote] See, I said way back when that Vid needed to be in the club![/quote] I guess I just didn't understand the concept they were going for. Whoever directed it, had no vision at all...[/quote] OH THEY HAD THE EXACT VISION THAT YOU ARE SEEING WHICH IS ASS SHAKING AND GYRATING!
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[quote comment="271973"][quote comment="271964"][quote comment="271958"][quote comment="271954"][quote comment="271939"]Hello Everyone...What did I miss?[/quote] NOTHING GIRL! WE JUST UP IN HERE TRYING TO FIND OUT THE BEST HAIR PRODUCTS AND FIGURING OUT WHAT HAIR PRODUCTS THE OBAMAS ARE USING. ALSO WE ARE COLLECTIVELY CONGRATULATING CONDOLEZA RICE FOR FINALLY GETTING THAT HAIR DONE![/quote] and dont forget we are figuring out how to make it to dc janurary 20th...[/quote] Yeah me and my friends wanna go...[/quote] lets hope for the best *cross fingers*[/quote] **crossing fingers**
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[quote comment="271988"][quote comment="271982"][quote comment="271972"]Can yall see my new pic?[/quote] nope, Sowwy, Not yet[/quote] [quote comment="271978"][quote comment="271972"]Can yall see my new pic?[/quote] Nope..[/quote] Mine won't change either...I changed mine yesterday, deleted my history and cookies and still nothing...Oh well...[/quote] Aww, but I LOVE Buckwheat!!!!
Copwife~STILL living with the REDNECKS in the RED STATE, but's picture

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[quote comment="271983"][quote comment="271953"][quote comment="271941"][quote comment="271931"][quote comment="271911"][quote comment="271887"][quote comment="271875"][quote comment="271870"][quote comment="271866"]and the cheapest parade tickets are 495.00 Im just not gunna get to see my Obama![/quote] RENT A CAR AND DRIVE!!!!!!!!!!![/quote] I think Im gonna try and uhhh stand outside!! lol I live in MD so it wont be that bad[/quote] I might have to meet you up there....as long as you not rocking the Deron BS!!! lol lol lol I do not want to be blinded when the sun shines down on one of your rhinestone creations.....[/quote] LMAO!!! Youre crazy!! :mrgreen: I guess I got to take back all the brown rhinestones, feathers, and glue I bought to make the Obamas on my shirt...yes the whole family! I'm bout to give Tina a run for her money!!! lol lol lol I kid I kid!!![/quote] I knew they used chicken feathers in their rituals, um er ruh, clothing, lol.[/quote] Ground up chicken bones and chicken feet...then they take a strand of left over lace front hair and secretly sew it in the stitching to keep you comeing back for more.....[/quote] lol :lol:[/quote] I refuse!! See thats why I gotta go I'm laughing outloud in class!! :oops: LOL[/quote] You know they cast a creole spirit of that tacky ish.....
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