..ii know yall remember this song! it used to b my jammmm!
Apparently there’s an Obama shirt that’s out that says Pray For Obama with the Verse Psalms 109:9..
But that scripture says:
: Psalms 109:8
If you look in your Bible it reads: “Let his days be few and let another take his office.”
And the verse immediately following (Psalm 109:9) reads: “Let his children be fatherless, and his wife a widow.”
…guess they triied to be slick by putting that on the shirt!
what yu know about that!
…ii think we made this in to a Tipsy Thursday! Especially with this hunch punch on deck…this is one thing that will get yu drunk! drink enough of it, it will sneak up on yu! #LetsGetIt
Special ShoutsOut To my Home Girl Meka and Her Birthdayyyy! Do it Big WOMAN! wELL, we already are riight now! Got the hunch punch, what yall know about that!??! and some gooood food!!! MOST DEF! Its tiime for some funnnnnn!! And we gone do it Uncle Luke’s way! No matter how old WE are, #ForEver21!
Twista is KNOWN to be the fastest rapper…but, what do yu think in this song???
…ii swear ppl with color contacts are hilarious! They really think that’s there real color eyes..just cuz yu brought em’ doesn’t mean that they’re yours! And they get a big ego too… #Mess
So this is how we abuse technology. Since everybody have recording equipment, staging fights are the thing now. Video: Stop The Violence: Young Boy Faints While In A Backyard Fight! (Can’t Breath & Has To Call 911).
Don’t try this at home. Guy with hard head and plenty alcohol stands underneath ceiling fan and jumps. Kinda stupid stunt!!!
Interesting survey: Teenage black kids were asked questions about their race and heritage and the answers were shocking. Apparently, racism within the black race is also a problem. What happened to “I am Black And Proud”???
..now who actually used to wear ..or TRY and wear their clothes backwards??
..now this riight here used to be my SONG! ii loved this joint!
SOOO, how many people remember recording a song on the radio with your CASSETTE TAPE, hoping the radio ppl wouldn’t start talking early and mess up yur recording!
SOOO, how many people remember usin aluminum folk to put over yur teeth so it looked liike yu had a grill for real…
SOOO, how many ppl remember riding yur bicycle and yu used to put cans on the front and back tires so it’d sound liike yu yu had a motorcycle! ii know we aren’t the only ones who used to do that!
ATLANTA — Dwight Howard kept trying to muscle his way into the lane.
Jason Collins wouldn’t back down, providing hope that Atlanta will fare a lot better if the Hawks get their expected rematch with Orlando in the playoffs.
Joe Johnson‘s floating one-hander in the lane put Atlanta ahead with 55.4 seconds remaining, Jameer Nelson missed two chances to tie it for the Magic, and the Hawks escaped with an 85-82 victory Wednesday night.
Josh Smith led the Hawks with 26 points, and Johnson added 18. But a guy who had only three points and five rebounds might have done the best work of the night.
Collins went body-to-body with Howard in a bruising matchup, helping limit the Orlando star to 17 points on 4-of-13 shooting.
“I was just trying to play physical with him,” Collins said. “I try to eye him up when he crosses halfcourt. I want to meet him early, before he gets close to the basket.”
Orlando coach Stan Van Gundy was impressed.
“That’s the best defense I’ve seen all year on Dwight,” Van Gundy said. “Against Collins, he didn’t get a lot of good shots. I thought he did a great job on him. He’s big and physical. He doesn’t give you anything easy. Dwight had trouble getting good, on-balance shots.”
Nelson, who paced Orlando with 20 points, missed a jumper with 38 seconds remaining, then clanked one off the side of the rim on a drive with 6 seconds left.
Collins grabbed the rebound and was immediately fouled. He missed the first but swished the second, forcing the Magic to look for a 3 on their final possession. The best they could do was a long, turnaround jumper by Hedo Turkoglu that sailed over the rim.
The Hawks won their third in a row and took the season series 3-1, distancing themselves from a dismal stretch in which they lost 14 of 21 games.
They’ll likely face Orlando again in a couple of weeks. The Magic seem assured of the fourth spot in the Eastern Conference, while the Hawks are headed for the fifth seed.
Last year, the teams met in the second round of the postseason, which turned into a monumental mismatch. Orlando won four straight by an average margin of 25 points — the most lopsided sweep in NBA history.
With that in mind, the Hawks wanted to show they could be more competitive with the Magic this time around. They sure did it during the regular season, holding the Magic to 38 percent shooting in the four games.
“It’s the regular season. The postseason is totally different,” Smith said. “I don’t know if we’re sending a message, but we’ve got to let teams know we’re coming to play.”