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  1. Darius T. Williams Says:

    damn – this really got to me. this has definitely help me keep some things in perspective.

  2. Renea Says:

    I thought this might amuse you.

  3. Bygbaby Says:

    Darius – big time!!!

    Renea – LOL, that was great!!! Check this one out, just as funny:


  4. Tamra Says:

    A cheat day is actually recommended every once in a while. Keeps you from losing your mind in the midst of your “lifestyle alterations.” You’ve been doing so well with diet and exercise so, hey–no biggie. Back on track the next day, right?

    I have mixed emotions about the Haiti situation, but I will say that yeah, it’s definitely sad, and it helps keep things in perspective for those of us that need to be reminded every now and then.

  5. Bygbaby Says:

    Well, I guess my cheat day, will have to last a while LOL!!! And I think I was on the verge of losing it. I mean, I was smelling bacon on he way to work the other day & there was no reason for it because I was on the freeway. Food day dreams are a bitch!

    So since you opened the door ever so slightly, what are your mixed feelings telling you about Haiti?


  6. James Tubman Says:

    the consequence of white colonialism

    it’s a shame too because haiti has done so much for this country

    during the 1800’s when the hatians defeated the french and won their independence, haiti drained france of so much money that they had to sell the louisianna territory in the united states

    this added about five to ten states to the nation

    if it wasn’t foe haiti who knows what would have happened in the united states

    and look at how our government repays them

  7. Renea Says:

    Hey, Byg, you talking ’bout that Naked Cherry Pom…cuz that’s the business.
    First, of all the whole idea of a video cut-and-pasted from stills gets me every time… I *thought* I lost it on the one of Kwame in the white pork-pie, but I realized I hadn’t yet lost it when I got to the one of him donating blood. lol
    Anyway, since it’s all your fault I’m subscribed to this foolishness, I thought I’d up your YouTube with this:

    Your girl has stepped up her style game. A-s-kkk about me…

  8. Bygbaby Says:

    James – When it all boils down to it, American ain’t gone give a fuck & they don’t obviously. Right here, they want to deny the existence & effects of slavery.

    The US will only help if they get something out of the deal & unfortunately, Haiti has not much to offer. That is probably the reason Haitians get shipped back when crossing the boarder in Miami, unlike most Cubans.

    Renea – OK, that just fucked me up for the night LOL!!! Sounds like she was talkin’ bout Kawame Kilpatrick’s wife, hoe & mistress!!!

    I don’t know the name of it but that shit is the BOMB!!!


  9. Liz Says:

    See, just when I start off thinking, “Damn, he’s eating sooo healthy!” — but don’t be so hard on yourself. Just hit that elliptical tonight. I have to do the Violet Zaki tapes tonight because I ate cornbread. So good. So fattening.

    And how sad is it that our fat asses are trying to lose weight because we have too much food and these poor people are eating mud because they’re starving.

  10. Tamra Says:

    Alright, are you asking for a long post??? LOL.
    One of my ggg-grandmothers is Haitian. I’ve always been fascinated by Haiti’s history, and by all that I’ve ever read about Toussaint L’Overture. He was a hero of sorts for me as a kid.

    I’ve read a lot about Haiti’s history, I’ve followed developments there for a while, and at some point when we visit, I plan to do a photo documentary.
    BUT, when I think about Haiti in its current state, my head starts to hurt—actually I feel more like I want to cry. It is so complicated (heck, but what place on the planet is not?). Haiti has such a rich, inspiring and interesting history, and to look at where the country is now vs. what they’ve achieved in the past (albeit a few hundred years ago) is heartbreaking. When I think of Haiti I think of potential unrealized/unclaimed.

    Haiti is not unlike some of the poorer African countries– a history of corrupt and/or incompetent governments, rogue gangs and militias, squabbling over skin color and ethnicity, human rights atrocities, extremely slow social and economic development, extreme poverty in many places, meddling of outsiders in internal affairs and then abandonment by these same outside forces, and now the AIDS epidemic and major environmental issues…sigh!

    Like so many places around the world that were screwed up by colonialism, Haiti continues to suffer the consequences. Some countries have recovered better than others—Haiti is one of those that has not done so well over time. Haiti was on the right track at one point (first independent black republic in the “New World,” and the richest of the Caribbean islands) but seems to have gone downhill since.

    So, I have mixed emotions about Haiti because I am totally in love with the place and its history, but seeing that mud cakes story makes me wish progress would happen a whole lot sooner. Preval shows a little bit of potential, but Haiti needs a lot of work….we’ll see how that goes over time.
    This is a site I love that gives a decent summary of Haiti’s history

    Here’s a link that talks about a lot of the problems and some “proposed” solutions…
    (USI Peace Briefing) Problems and Solutions

    Here’s link from the South Florida Sun Sentinel for Haiti News

    *Lastly, there’s a movie coming out sometime in 2009 about Toussaint, directed by Danny Glover, and starring Don Cheadle as Toussaint. Can you see it??? Mos Def, Chiwetel Ejiofor and Angela Bassett are going to be in it too. I can’t wait.

  11. Invisible Woman Says:

    @tamra: that movie sounds great, thanks for the tip.

    Bigbaby: I read that mud cookie story the other day….how tragic when we are wasting all that money in Iraq.

    On another note, the meal you bought at Macy’s would have cost you $20 in Cali. Oh, and your mayor is magically pimpilicious….but don’t worry, ours is too (Gavin Newsome, huge affair scandal last year) he just doesn’t wear the clothes for it–lol :-)

  12. Naturally Sophia Says:

    Just dammit! It’s incomprehensible. Ri-dic-u-lus. just when i think the world couldn’t be more phucked, there’s this.

  13. Torrance Stephens bka All-Mi-T Says:

    yea, i read that too, clinton fucked up haiti, and dang, see wha the price of petro does to a lunch

  14. byrdparker Says:

    hey tafari
    i have beeen to haiti , a couple of times , once i was there during the coup . I LOVE THAT PLACE , I LOVE AYITI .. VIVRE AYITI !!!!!! There is nothing like it , a very powerful place . You must look at it , in the way that the people are resourceful, it is a very complicated place . The rich are beyond wealthy , and the poor are so poor . Initially i never wanted to go , because of the voodoo , but I cannot explain it , once your there and you see the statue of toussaint l’overture I could not help myself but fall in love . I traveled all over to the slums such as carfoure , and out to the country side along the sea , up the mountains to jacmel . The haitians , are truly artistic , the tap tap buses painted in beautiful vibrant colors , the metal work , the paper mache. To me all this outweighed the bad , because the people still survive , and for them we must be positive !!!!!!!! I know many hatians , and they always want to go home , no matter what the situation . vivre ayiti!!!!!!

  15. Bygbaby Says:

    Liz – Damn, you pulling out tapes! That cornbread must have been damn good!!! LOL

    Tamara – Damn, you laid it down! You know my past thoughts on Haiti were bad. It was a place to believe was scary to say the least in terms of Voodoo practices, seemingly lawlessness and anything else that I absorbed from the media but now I know better.

    Haiti’s past is glorious & Toussaint L’Overture & others get all the glory for that. Sad thing is there is no Toussaint L’Overture there now leading & trying to get the people out of the mire that exists there now.

    What if Haiti could make a comeback that would be a great thing & a real testament to our survival as a people. After the last leader was ousted I heard nothing about them getting a leader that would take them to the next level.

    On a topographical level, Haiti looks pretty baron. I once flew over after leaving the Dominican & was like damn, it looks deserted compared to the Dominican which obviously has so much more going on.

    Damn shame, one island 2 countries, 2 totally different worlds.

    Thx for putting me & everyone else up on that movie. With Don Cheadle, it is sure to he a hit. He fully embodies every role that he takes on!

    I appreciate you rising to my call out & getting comprehensive in your response. I am thinking that you should start a topical blog, you have many great things running in your mind. Tamra’s Mindspill!!!

    Invisible Woman – 20 bucks damn! Trust me when I saw it would have been a more frugal if that was the case. LOL

    I did read up on your mayor & that news reporter & was like damn. I even saw a few comparisons between him & Kwame recently. Talk about dicks leading the city!!!

    Naturally Sophia – Tru dat!!!

    Torrance – Clinton was no help neither was his predecessor but what about all them bastards before???

    Byrd Parker – Wow, how awesome! Looks like we had the same reservation.

    So what took you to Ayiti? Where you missioning, family, vacation, kidnapped what???

    Talk to me,

  16. James Tubman Says:

    kudos to you tamra

    i wish you well in whatever you decide to do

  17. Tamra Says:

    It’s funny, I’ve thought about my own “stuff” blog–I already have a title for it–“The Monkey Mind of TiGe.” Hmmm, wonder why??? Only thing is, I have so much other stuff going on, I can’t imagine having time to manage two blogs.

    Thanks for the encouragement though. We’ll see what happens. …Hmmm, now you really got the gears turning on that one. Dammit!

    Both (papa) Bush and Clinton policies on Haiti sucked. I don’t even know how to categorize Clinton’s. It just sucked.

    There is a video or photo essay, I forget which, on the Sun-Sentinel site that explains some of the topographical issues in a bit more detail.

    Lastly, I was too embarrassed to say, but my cheat day weakness is…White Castle! I know. Ewwwww!

  18. Bygbaby Says:

    Tamra – I hear you on having too many thinks going on. We are a kindred spirit on that level!!! So no pressure here but I want to see something no later that March 31st (smile)!!!


  19. Meikmeika Says:

    So sad…

  20. Tamra Says:

    You are SO on!

    I beat your deadline though. I just went ahead and threw something up. Have some things to get off my mind so I figured I might as well set it up now. Here’s the link. It’s a work in progress and will evolve over time, so cut me some slack. ;-)

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