Tag Archives: Bamboozled

FUNK THE MIDDLE-CLASS

FUNK THE MIDDLE-CLASS

‎There is no FUNKIN’ “Middle-Class.”  Dear friends, associates, lovers of this website and random blog readers, ever since G. W. Bush Funked Up the economy, the “Middle-Class” has ceased to exist.  Sure, for the most part the Working Class – those with ambition – have been ok, but unless you’re bringing in a minimum of 200-250k, you are not of today’s “Middle-Class.”  It’s cold ain’t it, but it’s real – the sooner you accept this reality, the more equipped you will be to change it.

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FUNKALICIOUS 200!! THE BREAKDOWN OF HANDKERCHIEF HEADS

FUNKALICIOUS 200!! THE BREAKDOWN OF HANDKERCHIEF HEADS

Some television shows celebrate their 200th episode.  Generally T-V programs will review and/ or reflect on shows past, when celebrating the 200th show.  That’s very appropriate for television, and I suppose I could touch on a few of my favorite blogs over the past five years, but I believe speaking on public figures that are anti-FUNK or just plain FUNKED UP may be more intriguing.

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A Tale of Two Spikes: Spike Jonze & Spike Lee

A Tale of Two Spikes: Spike Jonze & Spike Lee

Spike Lee and Spike Jonze both have new films in theaters this fall.  Two of today’s most innovative directors, they both have a distinctive style that sets them apart from men behind the camera of yesteryear.  In addition to displaying aspects of the human condition, Jonze and Lee get to deliver it in ways Hollywood only, and never dreamed of.  Before “Being John Malcovich” was released, there had never been a film quite like it.  Once Lee made his way into the fray, more black people began working in the industry of film than ever before.

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RED HOOK SUMMER – AN INTERVIEW WITH SPIKE LEE

RED HOOK SUMMER – AN INTERVIEW WITH SPIKE LEE

Spike Lee’s new film “Red Hook Summer” hits theaters on Friday.  The latest installment from his “Chronicles of Brooklyn,” it follows previous releases “She’s Gotta Have It,” “Do The Right Thing,” “Crooklyn,” “Clockers” and “He Got Game.”

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