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Black and Positive: What Black in America Brings To The Table

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292-big-1-1243698551So, I missed the 8pm showing of Black in America 2.  I was out doing my part to bring the truth, the light, and the American way to minorities at a major university.

Yes, Panama is a teacher on the side.

As I currently sit and watch the last episode, I must admit, though its depressing as all hell, BiA2 has done some good.  And you know how much I love to highlight the good, great, and Beyonce things that exist in this world.  I mean, what the world needs now, is love, sweet love, that’s the only thing that there’s just to little of.

So, let’s look at some of the positive things about Black in America 2.

1)  More Black people are on TV

It’s like a Tyler Perry movie, except I’m not cringing every 10 seconds because a 6’5″ man dresses as a woman is on screen wearing a muumuu.  That alone is a win.  Thank you CNN…

2)  Since the show is really for white people, it’s safe to assume that white people that watch will give Black people jobs

I mean with such indepth and striking analysis of the Black condition, white people can’t help but want us to succeed right?  Yay!  I mean that’s great for the economy, world religions, and Beyonce.

3)  Get to see folks on the front lines

We so rarey get the opportunity to see who’s out there trying to make a difference that it is good to see and hear stories about people who, even if its a bit misguided or incomplete, are still doing more than those of us who’s contribution extends to merely watching Black in America.

4)  Soledad is making out like a mothertrucking champ

Black in America, Latino in America..she’s a nonstop snowball of investigative journalism.  My comments aside, I applaud her for getting stuff like this greenlighted, even if I don’t think they have the resources to really tackle anything.  CNN is the Defensive Back of doing race based investigative reporting.  But at least somebody’s doing it.  Kudos to Soledad.

5) A chick with the name Soledad is on air

I always liked that name.  And because of George Jackson it comes across as a revolutionary name.  Much better than Crispus, which by all accounts means, “he who gets shot first”.

6)  The Black upper class is given the opportunity to show off and air out some grievances

Most of us couldn’t care less about the plight of the upper crust, however, they still have a plight so in some ways, its good that they get the opportunity to get on TV and say, “its hard out here for me because white people still think I’m just a ninja.  Why for come they don’t realize that I’m rich and I’m wearing my clothes this way because I’m ironic?”  Point is, everybody has a story and everybody deserves the chance to tell it.  Like our ex-con friend from BiA2: Part 2 who from what I can tell…got popped DURING THE SHOW and is going back to jail???

Da hell???

7)  Lots of good advertising for some Black businesses

Nobody’s talking about it really, but I kind of feel like some of these segments (MLT, Black Marriage) were nothing more than long ass paid advertisements.  But Black business is just that, business, and needs customers.  So if BiA2 just added a few more folks to their client or consumer list, well, great. Even if more folks applying (can you even apply for it?) to MLT would only serve to make the program seem more exclusive.

8)  Got black people talking and congregating, without a DJ present

Very few things get black people that read talking about relevant issues.  And even less keep us doing it outside of the club.  Definitely a positive thing.

So in conclusion, CNN, Panama Jackson, and Wu-Tang Clan are for the children.

So my people, what good do you think comes from series like Black in America 2, if anything?

Or am I just blowing smoke?

Puff puff pass.

-VSB P aka THE ARSONIST aka TANGLE JIG P aka GIIIIIIIIIIIIIRL, HE A 3

Panama Jackson

Panama Jackson is pretty fly for a light guy. He used to ship his frito to Tito in the District, but shipping prices increased so he moved there to save money. When he's not saving humanity with his words or making music with his mouth, you can find him at your mama's mama's house drinking her fine liquors. Most importantly, he believes the children are our future.

  • http://nianaturally.blogspot.com N.I.A. naturally

    LMAO @ Much better than Crispus, which by all accounts means, “he who gets shot first”.
    you are so wrong for that. lol!!

    • http://nianaturally.blogspot.com N.I.A. naturally

      @N.I.A. naturally,
      the free advertisement and getting black people talking are probably the 2 best things that came out of this. Black businesses get a bad rap from many black people, so showing successful black businesses is a great take away from BiA2. And seeing these black businesses could possibly be an impetus for others who want to start their own business or non-profit organization. And even though I didn’t give a thorough twitter review of the Harlem Children’s Zone(sorry PJ), I definitely enjoyed all of the segments about education.

      And all you have to do is log on to twitter to see how much black folk are talking about this. If anything, this has definitely brought a lot of us together to talk about something other than hip-hop and Michael Jackson

      • http://naturallyalise.blogspot.com Naturally Alise

        @N.I.A. naturally,

        “. If anything, this has definitely brought a lot of us together to talk about something other than hip-hop and Michael Jackson

        COSIGN for sure… I appreciate anything that gets folks talking about something constructive…

        • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

          @Naturally Alise,

          Yeah! Like solange’s new haircut (which I think looks decent, btw. She just needs to rock big earrings).

          • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

            @Thuggie Luvvie, it does not look decent. get your contacts checked. she now looks like reggie miller.

          • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

            @Thuggie Luvvie, it does not look decent. get your contacts checked. she now looks like reggie miller.

          • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

            @P-Money,

            OOOOOO!!! U bogus!

            *whispers* Now that you mention it, she do resemble Reggie a lil. I hatechu for making me think of Reggie errtime I see that pic now.

          • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

            @P-Money,

            OOOOOO!!! U bogus!

            *whispers* Now that you mention it, she do resemble Reggie a lil. I hatechu for making me think of Reggie errtime I see that pic now.

        • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

          @Naturally Alise,

          Yeah! Like solange’s new haircut (which I think looks decent, btw. She just needs to rock big earrings).

        • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

          @Naturally Alise, i feel the same way about new socks.

        • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

          @Naturally Alise, i feel the same way about new socks.

      • http://naturallyalise.blogspot.com Naturally Alise

        @N.I.A. naturally,

        “. If anything, this has definitely brought a lot of us together to talk about something other than hip-hop and Michael Jackson

        COSIGN for sure… I appreciate anything that gets folks talking about something constructive…

    • http://nianaturally.blogspot.com N.I.A. naturally

      @N.I.A. naturally,
      the free advertisement and getting black people talking are probably the 2 best things that came out of this. Black businesses get a bad rap from many black people, so showing successful black businesses is a great take away from BiA2. And seeing these black businesses could possibly be an impetus for others who want to start their own business or non-profit organization. And even though I didn’t give a thorough twitter review of the Harlem Children’s Zone(sorry PJ), I definitely enjoyed all of the segments about education.

      And all you have to do is log on to twitter to see how much black folk are talking about this. If anything, this has definitely brought a lot of us together to talk about something other than hip-hop and Michael Jackson

  • http://nianaturally.blogspot.com N.I.A. naturally

    LMAO @ Much better than Crispus, which by all accounts means, “he who gets shot first”.
    you are so wrong for that. lol!!

  • http://truthmerchants.com JR

    “Got black people talking and congregating, without a DJ present” …

    So true! Even though the program didn’t get the highest of marks from the African American community, at least we got together on blogs, twitter and chat rooms to have intelligent discourse about it.

    If nothing else there’s tremendous value in that. And it didn’t take anyone’s “nana” dying to make it happen…

    • http://lizburr.com Liz

      @JR, I agree. I think I have been pretty hard on the reporting but the truth is I didn’t expect it to be any better than it already was lol. Maybe the root of the problem is there’s nowhere else that would really look at our issues, except maybe PBS? Definitely not BET and I am doubtful about TV One too…

      • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

        @Liz,

        its funny, out of the three people i think would do the most in-depth and thorough coverage, two of them (ken burns and david simon) are white.

      • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

        @Liz,

        its funny, out of the three people i think would do the most in-depth and thorough coverage, two of them (ken burns and david simon) are white.

      • http://nianaturally.blogspot.com N.I.A. naturally

        @Liz, I would love to see something like this on PBS. And I think they could do a great job at it without all of the hype and the pregame show, and all of the other things CNN did to increase their ratings. And people who don’t have cable would be able to see it.

      • http://nianaturally.blogspot.com N.I.A. naturally

        @Liz, I would love to see something like this on PBS. And I think they could do a great job at it without all of the hype and the pregame show, and all of the other things CNN did to increase their ratings. And people who don’t have cable would be able to see it.

    • http://lizburr.com Liz

      @JR, I agree. I think I have been pretty hard on the reporting but the truth is I didn’t expect it to be any better than it already was lol. Maybe the root of the problem is there’s nowhere else that would really look at our issues, except maybe PBS? Definitely not BET and I am doubtful about TV One too…

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

      @JR, so true…it seems like in the past two weeks, what should be pretty peaceful and uplifting events are being littered with gunshots.

      just last week i saw a driveby happen while a fireman was taking a cat out of the tree.

      by the way, that totally didn’t happen.

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

      @JR, so true…it seems like in the past two weeks, what should be pretty peaceful and uplifting events are being littered with gunshots.

      just last week i saw a driveby happen while a fireman was taking a cat out of the tree.

      by the way, that totally didn’t happen.

  • http://truthmerchants.com JR

    “Got black people talking and congregating, without a DJ present” …

    So true! Even though the program didn’t get the highest of marks from the African American community, at least we got together on blogs, twitter and chat rooms to have intelligent discourse about it.

    If nothing else there’s tremendous value in that. And it didn’t take anyone’s “nana” dying to make it happen…

  • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

    7) Lots of good advertising for some Black businesses

    Nobody’s talking about it really, but I kind of feel like some of these segments (MLT, Black Marriage) were nothing more than long ass paid advertisements. But Black business is just that, business, and needs customers.

    great point. i also think it’s necessary to highlight (to 2520s) that black folk are indeed entrepreneurs and are capable of having successful, meaningful (esp to the black community) businesses.

    altho nothing grinds my gears more than bad black business ppl. it infuriates me when black businesses have poor customer service and just overall poor business etiquette. but that’s besides the point Peej was making…

    • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/72/180085824_30b0d1c4d1.jpg overit

      @Gemmie’s Got A Tan, we’re talking about the GOOD gemmy, the GOOD.

      i think this 2nd one did a better job of covering more angles of black folk. that said, why couldn’t track down latarian milton?

      • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

        @overit,

        LOL my bad. i couldn’t resist the urge to air my grievances about bad black businesses. i’m all about supporting black business but negroes make it real difficult sometimes!! ugh…. JBABBBFBB

        • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/72/180085824_30b0d1c4d1.jpg overit

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan, Jesus Be A Better Business Bureu For Black Folk!!!

          Tell me I’m right! I love guessing the JB references lmao.

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @overit,

            lmao you are soooooo special. and you had it almost right except the last word should be Business, NOT Folk. reading is fundamental — have you learned nothing from BiA2?? obviously not… lol

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @overit,

            lmao you are soooooo special. and you had it almost right except the last word should be Business, NOT Folk. reading is fundamental — have you learned nothing from BiA2?? obviously not… lol

          • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

            @overit,

            Me too! They’re so fun! and yes, we are dorks.

          • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

            @overit,

            Me too! They’re so fun! and yes, we are dorks.

        • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/72/180085824_30b0d1c4d1.jpg overit

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan, Jesus Be A Better Business Bureu For Black Folk!!!

          Tell me I’m right! I love guessing the JB references lmao.

        • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan,

          JBABBBFBB

          Is this… “Jeebs be a Better Business Bureau for Black Businesses”?

          Did I get it?

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @Thuggie Luvvie,

            ding ding ding ding ding!! (please get your perry on and help overit with her reading)

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @Thuggie Luvvie,

            ding ding ding ding ding!! (please get your perry on and help overit with her reading)

          • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

            @Gemmie,

            YESSSS!!! *pumps lilliputian fists*

            And umm… Overit knows reading is FUNdamental but Hooked on Phonics ain’t work for her

          • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

            @Gemmie,

            YESSSS!!! *pumps lilliputian fists*

            And umm… Overit knows reading is FUNdamental but Hooked on Phonics ain’t work for her

          • http://naturallyalise.blogspot.com Naturally Alise

            @Thuggie Luvvie, Well with the recession even Hooked on Phonics ain’t working… Poor Overit may never read at this rate…

          • http://naturallyalise.blogspot.com Naturally Alise

            @Thuggie Luvvie, Well with the recession even Hooked on Phonics ain’t working… Poor Overit may never read at this rate…

        • http://www.awesomelyluvvie.com Thuggie Luvvie

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan,

          JBABBBFBB

          Is this… “Jeebs be a Better Business Bureau for Black Businesses”?

          Did I get it?

        • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan,
          uh, taking a stab here…

          Jeebs Be A Better Business Bureau for Black Businesses?

          you know the rule. If I get it right, I get a gift! I accept cash, check, charge and shoes.

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @blackberry molasses,

            yes on the stab. no on the gifts.

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @blackberry molasses,

            yes on the stab. no on the gifts.

          • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

            @blackberry molasses,
            **considering dumping e-chile number 2 for bein’ stingy**

          • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

            @blackberry molasses,
            **considering dumping e-chile number 2 for bein’ stingy**

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @blackberry molasses,

            ok ok ok. i shall give you some ne-yo-ish lipgloss to preserve your avatar sexy.

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @blackberry molasses,

            ok ok ok. i shall give you some ne-yo-ish lipgloss to preserve your avatar sexy.

          • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

            @Tanned and Lovely Gemmie,

            I’ll take lip gloss. My collection is fierce. And yes, avatar sexy preservation is important.

            **loves e-chile again**

          • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

            @Tanned and Lovely Gemmie,

            I’ll take lip gloss. My collection is fierce. And yes, avatar sexy preservation is important.

            **loves e-chile again**

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @blackberry molasses,

            thank you recognizing my tanned loveliness *beaming w/ pride*

          • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

            @blackberry molasses,

            thank you recognizing my tanned loveliness *beaming w/ pride*

        • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan,
          uh, taking a stab here…

          Jeebs Be A Better Business Bureau for Black Businesses?

          you know the rule. If I get it right, I get a gift! I accept cash, check, charge and shoes.

        • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/72/180085824_30b0d1c4d1.jpg overit

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan, UGH! In my haste, I didn’t see the last B, GRRRRR.

          Luvvie and Bbmo, stop trying to beat me at my game!!!!

        • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/72/180085824_30b0d1c4d1.jpg overit

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan, UGH! In my haste, I didn’t see the last B, GRRRRR.

          Luvvie and Bbmo, stop trying to beat me at my game!!!!

      • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

        @overit,

        LOL my bad. i couldn’t resist the urge to air my grievances about bad black businesses. i’m all about supporting black business but negroes make it real difficult sometimes!! ugh…. JBABBBFBB

      • Pretty Please

        @overit, i think this 2nd one did a better job of covering more angles of black folk. that said, why couldn’t track down latarian milton?

        hahahaha! People are hard to find when they’re off doing hood rat things with their friends!

      • Pretty Please

        @overit, i think this 2nd one did a better job of covering more angles of black folk. that said, why couldn’t track down latarian milton?

        hahahaha! People are hard to find when they’re off doing hood rat things with their friends!

    • http://farm1.static.flickr.com/72/180085824_30b0d1c4d1.jpg overit

      @Gemmie’s Got A Tan, we’re talking about the GOOD gemmy, the GOOD.

      i think this 2nd one did a better job of covering more angles of black folk. that said, why couldn’t track down latarian milton?

  • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

    7) Lots of good advertising for some Black businesses

    Nobody’s talking about it really, but I kind of feel like some of these segments (MLT, Black Marriage) were nothing more than long ass paid advertisements. But Black business is just that, business, and needs customers.

    great point. i also think it’s necessary to highlight (to 2520s) that black folk are indeed entrepreneurs and are capable of having successful, meaningful (esp to the black community) businesses.

    altho nothing grinds my gears more than bad black business ppl. it infuriates me when black businesses have poor customer service and just overall poor business etiquette. but that’s besides the point Peej was making…

  • http://thismayconcernyou.com thismayconcernyou

    I would just like to make note of how nothing positive was said about Madea or Tyler Perry in this post, and that’s a positive.

    Dude’s personal story is great. But yeah ……. we’re keeping it positive, right? Guess I’ll keep my mouth closed.

    • AshleyNeicole

      @thismayconcernyou,

      LOL I like TP….well I like “makin movies” TP, not plays.

      • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

        @AshleyNeicole,

        see, i’m a fan of the plays–madea is in “her” best comedic form on stage.

      • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

        @AshleyNeicole,

        see, i’m a fan of the plays–madea is in “her” best comedic form on stage.

    • AshleyNeicole

      @thismayconcernyou,

      LOL I like TP….well I like “makin movies” TP, not plays.

    • http://lizburr.com Liz

      @thismayconcernyou, :) cosign

    • http://lizburr.com Liz

      @thismayconcernyou, :) cosign

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

      @thismayconcernyou,

      Dude’s personal story is great. But yeah ……. we’re keeping it positive, right? Guess I’ll keep my mouth closed.

      LOL

      • http://www.myspace.com/thagrindaholic BLUNTBLAZER

        @The Champ,
        sorry imo TP is teachin kids that its okay to cross dress to get rich *yea i said it*.
        spike neva sold out, hughes broths didnt, Singleton, with out the paper would yall still like him?

      • http://www.myspace.com/thagrindaholic BLUNTBLAZER

        @The Champ,
        sorry imo TP is teachin kids that its okay to cross dress to get rich *yea i said it*.
        spike neva sold out, hughes broths didnt, Singleton, with out the paper would yall still like him?

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

      @thismayconcernyou,

      Dude’s personal story is great. But yeah ……. we’re keeping it positive, right? Guess I’ll keep my mouth closed.

      LOL

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

      @thismayconcernyou, yeah, even i would only go so far. lol. plus, tyler perry automatically makes people spit.

      and that can’t be good for the community as a whole.

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

      @thismayconcernyou, yeah, even i would only go so far. lol. plus, tyler perry automatically makes people spit.

      and that can’t be good for the community as a whole.

    • http://nianaturally.blogspot.com N.I.A. naturally

      @thismayconcernyou,
      idk, i think his professional story is pretty darn great. rejected by Hollywood, then decides to have his OWN studio, so he can do his OWN stuff… hiring black actors, writers, producers, directors, marketing people, PR people…and basically putting himself in a position to do more and better than House of Payne in the future. Ownership…something we should stress in the black community. How many writers have allowed Hollywood to change their stories so they can fit mainstream America? b/c we all know black people aren’t mainstream…or american (despite what CNN says). I have an example of one, but I’m sure there are more… http://www.blackamericaweb.com/?q=articles/news/moving_america_news/5992

      idk, we give TP a hard time b/c of his content…but right now, he is doing more for blacks in the industry than anyone else in the industry. i just pray he doesn’t cast Beyonce in anything that requires her to speak….

      • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

        @N.I.A. naturally,

        i co-sign all over this comment, sis.

      • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

        @N.I.A. naturally,

        i co-sign all over this comment, sis.

      • K to the…

        @N.I.A. naturally,

        i just pray he doesn’t cast Beyonce in anything that requires her to speak….

        LMAO!

      • K to the…

        @N.I.A. naturally,

        i just pray he doesn’t cast Beyonce in anything that requires her to speak….

        LMAO!

    • http://nianaturally.blogspot.com N.I.A. naturally

      @thismayconcernyou,
      idk, i think his professional story is pretty darn great. rejected by Hollywood, then decides to have his OWN studio, so he can do his OWN stuff… hiring black actors, writers, producers, directors, marketing people, PR people…and basically putting himself in a position to do more and better than House of Payne in the future. Ownership…something we should stress in the black community. How many writers have allowed Hollywood to change their stories so they can fit mainstream America? b/c we all know black people aren’t mainstream…or american (despite what CNN says). I have an example of one, but I’m sure there are more… http://www.blackamericaweb.com/?q=articles/news/moving_america_news/5992

      idk, we give TP a hard time b/c of his content…but right now, he is doing more for blacks in the industry than anyone else in the industry. i just pray he doesn’t cast Beyonce in anything that requires her to speak….

    • http://stuffghettopeoplelike.wordpress.com Stuff Ghetto People Like

      @thismayconcernyou, it was kinda dope to see Tyler Perry cameo in Star Trek.

      • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

        @Stuff Ghetto People Like,

        he was GREAT in that movie. the man can act and play a very convincing hetero in command.

        • http://stuffghettopeoplelike.wordpress.com Stuff Ghetto People Like

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan,

          the man can act and play a very convincing hetero in command.

          You said it, I didn’t…..

          • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

            @Stuff Ghetto People Like,
            **snicker**

          • http://lostwomanchild.blogspot.com blackberry molasses

            @Stuff Ghetto People Like,
            **snicker**

        • http://stuffghettopeoplelike.wordpress.com Stuff Ghetto People Like

          @Gemmie’s Got A Tan,

          the man can act and play a very convincing hetero in command.

          You said it, I didn’t…..

      • Gemmie’s Got A Tan

        @Stuff Ghetto People Like,

        he was GREAT in that movie. the man can act and play a very convincing hetero in command.

    • http://stuffghettopeoplelike.wordpress.com Stuff Ghetto People Like

      @thismayconcernyou, it was kinda dope to see Tyler Perry cameo in Star Trek.

  • http://thismayconcernyou.com thismayconcernyou

    I would just like to make note of how nothing positive was said about Madea or Tyler Perry in this post, and that’s a positive.

    Dude’s personal story is great. But yeah ……. we’re keeping it positive, right? Guess I’ll keep my mouth closed.

  • http://www.twitter.com/circa1908 Intellectual Hedonist is on her way to Vegas to live up to her name

    to your point #5 Mr. P

    I just want to point out that Soledad means “alone”, which is where Mrs. O’Brien is in her racial investigative journalism

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

      @Intellectual Hedonist is on her way to Vegas to live up to her name,

      thank you, wise latina

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com The Champ

      @Intellectual Hedonist is on her way to Vegas to live up to her name,

      thank you, wise latina

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

      @Intellectual Hedonist is on her way to Vegas to live up to her name, she ain’t alone…

      …at least 4 of us watched it.

    • http://verysmartbrothas.com Panama Jackson

      @Intellectual Hedonist is on her way to Vegas to live up to her name, she ain’t alone…

      …at least 4 of us watched it.

  • http://www.twitter.com/circa1908 Intellectual Hedonist is on her way to Vegas to live up to her name

    to your point #5 Mr. P

    I just want to point out that Soledad means “alone”, which is where Mrs. O’Brien is in her racial investigative journalism

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