It’s been a minute since I’ve listened to Wale, but man this is golden!
First off, S/O to Okayplayer for turning me onto these guys. I’ll keep this short because I have to make plans for a big day tomorrow. This mix is crazy. Love Sade. Consider me an official fan of the Soulection Crew.
Y’all hop on over to http://soulection.com/ and show them some love.
Motivation to improve my dance skills. I’ve completely lost all semblance of skill at ballroom dances.
Date a man who dances because a man who dances is one of the strongest men alive. A man who dances has faced his peers and told them “Begone, give me room to move.” He is no ordinary man, when you date a man who dances that strength lies by your side. Within easy reach is a man who has convictions and isn’t afraid to live by them, When you date a man who dances you can trust he is standing behind his conviction that you are a person worth dating and he won’t back down. A man who dances may have strength in his arms but his real strength lies in his mind and his passions and a man who dances has the strength to use them.
When you date a man who dances under his strength he owns a softer side. He understands the language of touch and…
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I was definitely like five or six years too late to catch Firefly while it was on the air, but I love the series. It’s nice to see some of the cast members getting back together to do some new stuff for their fans. I’m excited about this project. I hope it has many success. For info on the series and to support the indiegogo campaign, click the following link. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/con-man
It is at least interesting to her Mr. James’ take on this course of events. I can’t even begin to imagine what he must be going through.
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NORMAN, Okla. – A fraternity at the University of Oklahoma was shut down after a video surfaced showing members engaging in a racially insensitive chant.
The chant goes on to say, “you can hang them from a tree, but they’ll never sign with me.”
William Bruce James II, who says he was the last black SAE member at OU, spoke with KFOR’s Linda Cavanaugh about his thoughts on the incident.
James, who pledged to SAE 14 years ago, says he felt shock and disbelief after watching the video.
The SAE alumnus says he never felt like his fraternity brothers were racist.
“I never heard anything like that while I was there,” he said. “My brothers wouldn’t have allowed it…. That song wouldn’t have been sung.”
James says the fact that the…
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Here is a review by Omotola: http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/1201321594