We're all shit collectors. Some of us collect more shit, some collect less. But we all collect shit. And a sizable percentage of the shit we collect has passed its point of usefulness
Some Black people just don't get any love from other Black people. Here's 10 who should.
We (collectively) believe in Black Love. Or, want to believe, rather. But we (collectively) don't seem to like each other very much.
Although Bougie Black People love The Roots, this love pales in comparison to the adoration they feel for Questlove, who's joined 2008 Obama, 1959 Sidney Poiter, and 1852 Frederick Douglass as the only men to have a 100% Bougie Black approval rating.
Is it possible for anyone to be more unlikable than Yung Berg? We'll see.
Although I feel (relatively) young and think I look (relatively) young, I'm closer to 50 than I am to 18. Perhaps the Jordans are a sign of a mid-life crisis
No one makes people exaggerate the way Beyonce does. She is not just a singer. Her "voice lapdances on souls." She does not perform. She "snatches wigs and edges and wayward teeth."
Like Vogue, the New York Times has apparently caught booty fever. They think booty is their ally. But, while they merely adapted to booty fever, we were born in it. Molded by it.
There are hundreds of thousands of times it's great to be Black. Here's the top 20
A gaggle of ironic t-shirts? Check! Lanyards? Check! Badges explaining exactly who everyone is? Check! Someone from Black Girls Run holding a clipboard for some reason? Check!
Perhaps someone should buy some yarn today -- while Black, of course -- and test if "Crocheting while Black" is a crime as well.
While we'll continue to recognize lovely examples of peak Blackness, peak Whiteness deserves some love as well.
A list for Vogue to peruse the next time they want to pretend like asses were first invented backstage at the 2013 VMAs
There is no single food Blacker than the Kool-Aid packet. Not greens, not chitlins, not salt, not nothing. Imagine Cornell West playing dominoes at Rucker Park. That's how Black the Kool-Aid packet is
The league will continue to grow as long as we keep the NFL such an important part of our cultural zeitgeist. And, as long as those numbers continue to grow, Goodell will continue to keep -- and earn -- his $44 million salary