Ludacris- Put On (rmx)


Ladies...Please take heed!!

To all the desperate women out there: Stop it. You're making it hard for the rest of us.
I'm tired of encountering men who seem to believe all they have to do is look good, have a degree and smile to have my panties fall off.I'm tired of the men who's first question seems to be: Can you to cook? To which I reply: Yes. I can. But I won't be doing it for you.

I'm tired of the men who call at all times of night, asking to come over and "chill" as I let them know that it's too late to be at my crib and what ever "chilling" they want to do can be done between the hours of 9 and 10.

Or how about the men who don't have a pot to piss in or a window to throw it out of but seem to think it's their right in life to have a "dime." And that my extra fly ass should be grateful that they even said hello to me and can't possibly understand why I'm not leaping up and down at the prospect of being with them.And please, don't get me started on all of the men who tell me that I want them as much as they want me. Right. So all those texts and phone calls I didn't return didn't send the message that I wasn't interested , huh?

The reason why so many men today think that they have to do so little to attract quality chicks, is because they don't. Too many women out here will do whatever it takes to find, get and keep a man, turning the whole natural order of the dating world on its head. Women are doing the chasing and men are doing the choosing. And apparently I'm the only one who seems to think something is wrong with that.

I'm old school. I may only be 28, but I was raised to believe that it's a man's job to court me. He does the chasing. I do the choosing. Simple. And effective. But now, because of the very real demographic differences among a certain section of the Black community, women are doing whatever it takes to get a man. And I do mean whatever.

If that means cooking, cleaning, sexing, cow towing, begging, pleading, giving money to, letting live with, catching a case for (no lie) or just being a 21st century rendition of a Geisha with none of the perks who completely takes Destiny's Child "Cater to You" to heart with little to no reciprocation, then so be it. If that's what it takes to get and keep a man, then that is what too many women are willing do.I'm sorry, but I just can't get down like that.

As I have had to tell one too many men: I am not your wife. And even if I was, I wouldn't be bending over backward to cater to you. If you want 150% from me, then you better be giving me 150% in return. But don't expect to operate on 10% and expect me to give you 150. If you're operating on 10%, I'm operating on 20 and that's just because I'm nice--sometimes.To put simply: I give as good as I get. You wanna wife, you need to put a ring on my finger. I don't play wife, unless you're playing husband. A sentiment I wish more young women would take to heart.

From JJ @ brownsugar28.blogspot.com

Disney's The Princess & The Frog

Disney's First animated film with a Black Princess...



Lil Wayne Vs. The LA Crips

Homie doing the narration is a cutie...

Today's lesson for rappers:
Fake Thuggery never pays!!


Originally seen on SandraRose.com


iPhone UH OH!!

From NewYorkTimes.com

NEW YORK (AP) -- The launch of Apple Inc.'s much-anticipated new iPhone turned into an information-technology meltdown on Friday, as customers were unable to get their phones working.

''It's such grief and aggravation,'' said Frederick Smalls, an insurance broker in Whitman, Mass., after spending two hours on the phone with Apple and AT&T Inc., trying to get his new iPhone to work.

In stores, people waited at counters to get the phones activated, as lines built behind them. Many of the customers had already camped out for several hours in line to become among the first with the new phone, which updates the one launched a year ago by speeding up Internet access and adding a navigation chip.

A spokesman for AT&T, the exclusive carrier for the iPhone in the U.S., said there was a global problem with Apple's iTunes servers that prevented the phones from being fully activated in-store, as had been planned.

Instead, employees are telling buyers to go home and perform the last step by connecting their phones to their own computers, spokesman Michael Coe said.
However, the iTunes servers were equally hard to reach from home, leaving the phones unusable except for emergency calls.

The problem extended to owners of the previous iPhone model. A software update released for that phone on Friday morning required the phone to be reactivated through iTunes.
''It's a mess,'' said freelance photographer Giovanni Cipriano, who updated his first-generation iPhone only to find it unusable.

When the first iPhone went on sale a year ago, customers performed the whole activation procedure at home, freeing store employees to focus on sales. But the new model is subsidized by carriers, and Apple and AT&T therefore planned to activate all phones in-store to get customers on a contract.

The new phone went on sale in 21 countries on Friday, creating a global burden on the iTunes servers.

The iPhone has been widely lauded for its ease of use and rich features, but Apple is a newcomer to the cell-phone business, and it's made some missteps. When it launched the first phone in the U.S. a year ago, it initially priced the phones high, at $499 and $599, then cut the price by $200 just 10 weeks later, throwing early buyers for a loop.

Rollouts to other countries were slow, as Apple tried to get carriers on board with its unusual pricing scheme, which included monthly fees to Apple. The business model of the new phone follows industry norms, and the price is lower: $199 or $299 in the U.S.

On Thursday, Apple had problems with the launch of a new data service, MobileMe. The service is designed to synchronize a users personal data across devices, including the iPhone, but many users were denied access to their accounts.

Enthusiasm was high ahead of the Friday morning launch of the new phone.
Alex Cavallo, 24, was one of hundreds lined up at the Fifth Avenue store, just as he had been a year ago for the original iPhone. He sold that one recently on eBay in anticipation of the new one. In the meantime, he has been using another phone, which felt ''uncomfortable.''
''The iPhone is just a superior user experience,'' he said. The phone also proved a decent investment for him: He bought the old model for $599 and sold it for $570.

Nick Epperson, a 24-year-old grad student, spent the night outside an AT&T store in Atlanta, keeping his cheer up with bags of Doritos, three games of Scrabble and two packs of cigarettes. Asked why he was waiting in line, he responded simply ''Chicks dig the iPhone.''

IPhone fever was strong even in Japan, where consumers are used to tech-heavy phones that do restaurant searches, e-mail, music downloads, reading digital novels and electronic shopping. More than 1,000 people lined up at the Softbank Corp. store in Tokyo and the phone quickly sold out.

''Just look at this obviously innovative design,'' Yuki Kurita, 23, said as he emerged from buying his iPhone, carrying bags of clothing and a skateboard he had used as a chair during his wait outside the Tokyo store. ''I am so thrilled just thinking about how I get to touch this.''
The phone went on sale first in New Zealand, where hundreds of people lined up outside stores to snap it up right at midnight -- 8 a.m. Thursday in New York.

''Steve Jobs knows what people want,'' Web developer Lucinda McCullough told the Christchurch Press newspaper, referring to Apple's chief executive. ''And I need a new phone.''
In Germany, sales were brisk at local carrier T-Mobile's stores, particularly in Munich, Hamburg and Cologne, said spokeswoman Marion Kessing.
AP Business Writers George Frey in Frankfurt, Germany, Yuri Kageyama in Tokyo and Greg Bluestein in Atlanta contributed to this report.

Sounds like Stalking to me...

Britney Spears is said to be planning a move to New York City -- so she can be closer to ex-hubby Kevin Federline. According to Life and Style, Brit is doing whatever she can to stay close to the couple's sons*yeah right* -- including heading to the Big Apple, where K-Fed is pursuing work on Broadway. *I had heard Kevin’s nickname is “Meatpole”, Brit can’t just leave it alone, huh*


Jesus Take the WHOLE DAMN car!!

Here's Khia on the set of her new video "Be Your Lady"

Ladies DON'T HATE!! We can all only HOPE to be as ____________ as Khia.

Congrats, Too Bad, & Thats Just Sad...

Erykah Badu and rapper Jay Electronica are expecting. This will be Erykah's 3rd child and baby daddy.

Ludacris signed a MULTI-MILLION dollar endorsement deal with AT&T, making him the 1st rapper to work with the company. *stuffs a sock in Bill O'Reilly's mouth* Luda will be in online & TV ads for the company.

Jennifer Lopez is shutting down her restaurant Madre's "until further notice" to focus on being a madre *but I had heeeeeeeaaaaaaaard that it's going out of business because the employee's were robbing her blind...could this be Karma for firing her ex-husband Ojani Noa who was the manager?! hmmmmmmmmm*

Just Sad...

*Pathetic actually *rolls eyes**

Last month Brooke Hogan told her daddy The Hulkster she wasnt happy with her breast implants. Hulk agreed saying they weren't perky enough for a girl her age *not that a 19 year old girl usually has perky NATURAL breasts or anything like that* and bought her a new set on June 30th. Brooke's VH1 show "Brooke Knows Best" premieres this sunday.

After 12 years Jon & Patsy Ramsey have been cleared in the death of their daughter JonBenet. According to the district attorney, DNA evidence not only cleared the parents and her older brother but pointed to an unidentified outsider. Unfortunately, Patsy didn't live to see her exoneration. She died in 2006 of ovarian cancer.

That's what I had heard & now YOU know ;-)



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