I go back and forth on this girl and right now I feel for her. Yes, I am sympathetic. I wanted Brit-Brit to lose custody of her kids, but not during a mental breakdown where she could have possibly harmed herself or the kids. The paparazzi were practically in the ambulance with her. Man, I guess there is a price to fame, and man does it cost.
I didn’t know there was such a thing, but I am thankful Villager took on the task. I always wondered where I stood in this huge blogsphere. I am proud to say that I am #105 and #148 out of #602 black bloggers. Why am I so proud…because I just started blogging in July of 2007 and it’s nice to know people are reading my blog. In case you haven’t seen the list, I have posted it here. If you are a black blogger and your name is not on the list stop by Electronic Village today and let him know you are out here in the blogsphere. Please, don’t forget to thank him for such meticulous work.
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Could this man really be our next President? I know it’s just the first caucus and their are many more to come, but even still history was made last night. It’s amazing to me, the blacks in America are still making history as the first of us to do so many things, and especially in politics. I was so excited about the win, that I watched his speech 3 times last night, and even clapped during the highlights…