08 8 / 2011
17 6 / 2011
Osama Bin Laden was the greatest enemy of the United States in most people’s eyes of this country. He and his organization vowed to kill millions upon millions of innocent people just to so their views could be supported. Al Qaeda has a twisted and archaic world view that does not fit in this day and age. Killing millions of people will not make people listen to you, it will not make your view popular, and it will not justify your actions. All it will do is make the next generation who survived the terror you spread want to end it and if that means ending you to do it then that will be the outcome. This new leader of Al Qaeda should be very afraid. But if he were smart he’d disband the organization and apologize to the people worldwide his organization has hurt, tortured, maimed, scarred, and murdered.
17 6 / 2011
It’s been so long since I’ve heard anything about Tupac Shakur. You would think that people would have let it go after all this time but that doesn’t seem to be happening. Well turns out this music producer supposedly made comments he was involved in the murder of Shakur. Now I’m not gonna say he did it or it was truthful or a lie. But you have to figure that hey its the internet. People say a lot of stuff that’s hardly true. A lot of people pretend and for one that may not have even been him. But in a case like this where evidence is scarce, any lead is credible.
17 6 / 2011
Reading this article its hard to say where exactly I stand on it. I mean for one I’m all for the destruction of weapons to eliminate war. Yet it is also pretty grey as to what the real motives the U.S. has behind this. The article states that they have been doing this for quite some time and in about 30 countries. It seems its to eliminate the threat of terrorist getting their hand son these MANPADS that are so highly coveted. At the same time though it seems as though the U.S is using this as a way to dampen other weaker world powers and to push clout. It is really hard to say and I can’t really say if that’s the case just from reading this article. But the notion is there.
09 6 / 2011
Early yesterday morning in the celebrity world: Meredith Viera, current host of ABC’s Who Wants to Be A Millionaire, has left The Today Show. June 8th was her final broadcast on The Today Show with co-host Matt Lauer.
After five years, genuine compliments from the TODAY family, and a large scale musical production number featuring the entire broadcasted the cast most memorable moments which was an emotional day for Meredith Vieira, as she left her newscaster seat.
Watching this video and seeing this story in the news was touching. Because I remember watching Meredith on the View, Who Want to Be A Millionaire, and The TODAY show. She changed everyone’s life and she has an amazing personality. She also stated what she will miss most, and that would be a “sense of family”. She will always be remembered for everything she has done on the show. Now she in just moving on to the next chapter of her live, and using this time to spend more time with her actual family.
09 6 / 2011
09 6 / 2011
08 6 / 2011
There is another set of cops get acquitted for the wrongs they do. Look none of us were there when the two cops allegedly harassed that woman sexually, but I find it mighty suspicious that there were two cops allegedly escorting a drunken woman home and didn’t leave after she was in the house or in her bed, and now this mess occurs. No means no, dammit!
The fact that these two cops do not have a job means little as it relates to this woman’s respect and rights. What’s next for the court to acquit cops for? It’s bad enough that they get acquitted almost every time they kill unarmed men of different ethnicity, but now the law acquits them for how they treated this specific lady. What kills me is how they turn it around and make it look like she was the aggressor. I’m not stupid, and it’s not like she was She-Hulk or something, okay! It was two of them and one of her. I’m disgusted to say the least!
08 6 / 2011
It never ceases to amaze me how politicians of all forms think that they’re so invincible when it comes to doing their dirt and thinking they won’t be exposed.
Didn’t anyone learn from Richard Nixon? I mean, I know he was been before my time, but I’m not stupid. His Watergate scandal led to his resignation as he insisted he’s not a crook. Yeah, right.
Then we have President Bill Clinton and his scandal with “Ms. Lewinsky,” the woman who he did not have sexual realtions with, only for him to later confess to inappropriate behavior.
Now we have former California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and his nonsense of fathering a child and allegedly having affairs while married to Maria Shriver. He deserves what he gets from karma, if you ask me.
Now comes the latest, the “Weinerman”. The man denies sending lewd pics, and now that the pressure is on, he has no choice but to confess and has the nerve to not do the right thing and give up his seat.
Politics and b.s. is what I call it, and to me they’ve become one and the same. I know that there are other embarassing political scandals that have occurred, but these stick out the most. A lot of politicians claim to have such a high moral standard only for them to be exposed of their hypocrisy.
Don’t get me wrong, I know I’m not perfect, but unlike these politicians who made the choice to embarass themselves and their loved ones as well as their supporters who brought them to the positions of office they hold, at least I do my best to think twice and look at the big picture of my actions before I execute them. I’ll be damned if any wrong actions I unintentionally make will be damaging to me or people who I say I love, and people I actually love. Wake up!