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Oscar Diversity: The WIN – WIN!!! A Funky Prophecy

Oscar Diversity: The WIN – WIN!!! A Funky Prophecy

Last night was a historical one for the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (AMPAS).  Headed by Cheryl Boone Isaacs, the first African-American to hold the position, diversity was exemplary at the Oscars.  Hosted by the Fabulous Ellen DeGeneres, the list of winners and nominees was multi-cultural as well as valid, in that they made poignant statements regarding sexual; age; gender; class; and racial discrimination.  This was the best thing about the winners and nominees of this year’s ceremony.

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THE FUNKIEST VALENTINE

THE FUNKIEST VALENTINE

I believe the best Valentine’s Day gift is not the giving of cards and chocolates, but expressions of communication and clear thoughts.  Like every year since we’ve been together, that was the exchange of gifts that my wife and I shared yesterday.

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TEXTING IS NOT FUNKIN’ TALKING

TEXTING IS NOT FUNKIN’ TALKING

There’s a gross misinterpretation continually growing that texting is talking… IT’S NOT!!!  What it is, is a method for millions of people not to talk, often because they don’t want a human exchange.  It’s a means of expression that can’t be immediately challenged, disputed or debated.  It’s a way of communication that many use because they think they’re slick, when in reality THOSE people are socially inept or illiterate.  You ain’t foolin’ nobody.

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