• rhenewal

    Hi VSBs+S: I was going through the comments on the BabyMaking post today, and someone stated that they haven’t figured out how to add a photo to their profile yet. Which made me realize that I haven’t either. How does one do such a thing?

    • Gdav

      I was about to ask the same thing

      • MissJacksonIfYaNasty

        Did anyone ever answer this question? Im still wondering…

        • http://www.katwebbmusic.com KitKatCuty84

          Go to Gravatar.com. You can choose a pic for your various online profiles based on your email.

          • JEHeartbreak

            Woohoo! Got my Gravatar!

            • http://yahoo.com GEORGE W ROBINSON

              I’M REPLYING TO THE POST OR COMMENT ABOUT THE STUDY ON IF WEMEN ARE ATTRACTED TO JERKS AND ASS WHOLES. I’M NOT SURE. I THINK THAT BEING HUMAN THAT WEMEN WANT TO BE TREATED WELL. GIVEN NICE THINGS AND LOVED BY ACTIONS AND KINDNESS. YOU KNOW MAID TO FEEL SPECIAL. I PUT UP WITH A LOT OF WEMEN THAT DID’NT HAVE ANY REAL TRUE LOVE FOR ME JUST TO ENJOY THEM AS WEMEN. BUT IT’S A UGLY THING TO HAVE TO IGNOR SOME FEMALE THAT IS RUDE AND MEAN IN A RELATIONSHIP. AND I CAN’T SEE WHY SOME LADY WOULD FEEL ANY DIFFERENT ABOUT BEING DOGGED OR IGNORED IN A RELATIONSHIP WITH A GUY. IF WEMEN OR JUST SOME WEMEN ARE OUT THEIR LOOKING TO MEET A JERK AND BE TREATED LIKE DIRT. SOMETHING IS VERY WRONG WITH THEIR OUT LOOK CONCERNING LIFE AND THEM SELF. YOU KNOW KNOW WHAT I MEAN.

  • SpankDubious

    Ha…guilty…me too

  • ‘Regular Brotha

    Today’s year-end blog chronicles how ya’ll do’n the damn thing. So in keeping with all that free enterprising… can a brotha buy a VSB t-shirt?

  • Brother Mouzone

    Stiis

  • Mr. Wizzard

    You speak allot of wisdom. I agree with 99.99999% of it. How can I get a t-shirt because I consider myself a VSB. I think my resume speaks for itself:
    Masters (of Education)
    Never Married
    No Children
    Gainfully Employed
    Good Credit

    • Sweet GA Brown

      Well how you doing? Im a VSS

  • La Canadienne

    There is not much to say about the Chrissy situation…You’ve been waiting 7 years with no ring and it didn’t kill her, the reason why she is so DESPERATE for that ring is that her ass is getting old and she wants to pop out a few Jim Jones Jr and she does not want it to look like she just wasted almost a decade with a rapper getting old when she wants the white picket fence dream. The proposal is only relevant because he actually proposed it does not matter HOW sh*tty the proposal was. This ninja is not marrying her for at least another 7 years, and hell I doubt that she will leave either. The woman hasn’t worked in…well word on the street she hasn’t but used a lot of ninjas to come up, don’t know how true it is but hey it’s whatever. As for watching the show, America likes watching train wrecks(even if it is a staged one) and you might lose a few brain cells after watching it but hey its something to watch.

  • drware

    Just found out about your site while reading this month’s Ebony and it was listed in the Power 100. It is a good site and you have some very interesting topics. I will place you in my favorites and visit for laughter and some truth. Because this Delta from Alabama who carries a passport isn’t bougie and doesn’t eat Thai, but you were right about the dues;-) keep up the good work!

  • brainy1922

    Panama Jackson…are you from Panama? Just curious since I am Panamanian :)

  • Solace

    Come on Champ!

    Any interest in “Red Tails,” or the buzz about it lacking black female characters and having a white female love interest?

  • https://theuppitysistah.blogspot.com Sonya Lavette Bell

    Today, the challenges for young Black men are heartbreaking. In some U.S. cities, the dropout rate for young Black men is over 40% and Black males are still dying from violence and being locked up. As a Black woman, these issues can make one feel helpless, but it was the strength of Black women that kept our culture together during our struggles in this country.

    Do Black men know who they are? Do they know how necessary they are?

    One day I looked outside my window and noticed how every single Black man I saw appeared to be angry. No smile. No expression. Just blank eyes–feeling nothing. These experiences prompted me to write a book which I feel speaks to the heart of the Black male experience. Literally. The title of my book is called A Journey Into The Mind of a Black Woman. It is a conversation that needs to had and you can take a sneek peek at: http://www.amazon.com/Journey-Into-Mind-Black-Woman/dp/1468025228/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1326909920&sr=1-1