PHENOMENA UNEXPLAINED: MAN TALK WOMAN, COMBUSTION & US ELECTION

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I wish I couild tie you up in my shoes, make you feel unpretty too. I was told I was beautiful, but what does that mean to you. –  UNPRETTY by TLC

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from 2008, TLC with UNPRETTY

                                                                         

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PHENOMENA UNEXPLAINED: MAN TALK WOMAN,
COMBUSTION & US ELECTION
written & edited by Kendall F. Person

MAN TALK WOMAN

We are not talking about the coming of age years when a boy’s self-confidence is as fragile or more so than a girls’, for it is a well documented fact, that girls mature at an earlier age. We are not speaking of the transition into manhood, when young men beat their chests in an attempt…

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THE GREED PHILOSOPHY: DONALD TRUMP MOVES INTO SAME ACT AS BABY DOC’S COLLAPSE

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“There is sufficiency in the world for man’s needs,
but not for man:’s greed.” – Mahatma Gandhi 

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from 2008
“I’m A Thug”  by Trick Daddy
courtesy of Youtube

THE GREED PHILOSOPHY:
DONALD TRUMP MOVES INTO SAME ACT AS BABY DOC’S COLLAPSE

written & edited
by Kendall F. Person

In 1804, the nation of Haiti on the island of Hispaniola, should have been welcomed by the free world, embraced for their strength and courage and celebrated for their hard fought victory, when they revolted against the French, defeating their imperialist rulers and gaining their independence. The world’s first Black Republic to do so, the new Haiti was born of former slaves  –  a free people of west Africa, before that, however. But the United States was still a bastion of bondage and servitude, where slavery was seen as an industry. Sixty-one years would pass, before its recognition as a  national disgrace…

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Why a Civil War, The Voting Rights Act and the Presidential Defeat of a Carnival Barker Did Not End America’s Race Dance

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It’s hard to say what I want my legacy to be when I’m long gone. – the late would have been great Aallyah

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from MELLOW episode 7 of Keith Broke A Leg, this is Into the Wild 


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Why a Civil War, The Voting Rights Act and the Presidential Defeat
of a Carnival Barker Did Not End America’s Race Dance

written & edited by Kendall F. Person

Until this morn, I could never imagine the perils of a raided history having a chance at redemption. The attempted distortion of the present and past as we are playing witness too on an international political stage, leaves most in a state of utter disbelieve. How the United States of America – one of the most powerful empires in world history  –  could find itself balancing such a disgraceful fall from grace in only 240 years? How could 150 years after the fall…

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