I’m Back

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I’ve been going through this week on my job and have been dealing with some issues with my close friends.   As a result, I haven’t had the time or inclination to post anything.   I really and truly hate drama.  Sometimes, though, you just have to go through it.   I had all kinds of plans for posting this week that got sidetracked.   I’m gonna try and post some more tonight and tomorrow and throughout the week.   I am fine, if you’re wondering.

11 thoughts on “I’m Back

  1. opit

    “Drama” is such a fine word for feeling stressed, isn’t it? It’s a good thought though.
    “All the world’s a stage and we the actors theron.”

  2. I am glad to hear that YOU are doing fine.

    I just assumed that you had taken our voting in the other thread to heart, and were just going to concentrate on the writing.

    As someone who loathes drama herself, I can relate. MAN, can I relate.

    But, you’ll talk to us when you can. We get that.

  3. I hear ya on the feelings about “drama” (am heading toward a big move and a hopefully an accompanying new job, so will be facing my own “drama” soon ;)), but glad to hear you’re around and making it through. Always check out your blog so do tend to wonder what’s up when there’s no cerebral AND humorous blog posting waiting to tickle my brain.😉

  4. Denise

    OT:

    Reverend Jackson marched with Writer’s Guild protesters. I know nothing about the inner workings of the entertainment industry, and was surprised to see the number of black folks in the trenches.

  5. Rikyrah:

    Yeah, I heard about him smearing Color of Change, because he went to Jena during that march to peddle one of his books, and Color of Change told him that the purpose of him promoting the march on the air was about the march itself – not anything to personally benefit Michael Baisden.

    That’s why Field Negro has Baisden on the “House Negro of the Day” list – Baisden was in Jena trying to get paid instead of helping those kids in lock-up. James called him on it, and now Baisden’s carping because he didn’t get paid for being in Jena.

  6. Denise

    I think Baisden’s attack on COC is about discrediting the black netroots movement. Nothing more than a blatant attempt to slow down the momentum.

    A new twist on what Chris Rock called out over ten years ago: every time black people try to do something positive… ignant @$$ Negroes fu– it up!

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