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Kobe is America’s SweetTart/heart

To all you Kobe fans…. Come get your boy….!

(he may need to stay out of his wife’s closet #imjustsaying)


The "Lion" Theory

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Why I Tweet!

The Good Mighty Technicolored Coat Lord and Father Jesus, created TWITTER for my own benefit. Some of you want to have cool twitter names like @ikickbabies and @mycooltwittername and get thousands upon thousands of followers and Trend on Topics all the live long day and annoy the shit out of people {read as: ME}, and that’s all fine and dandy…

BUT I tweet because it helps me organize the thoughts in my head. it helps me let out the confusion that causes migraines and gas. I have really bad gas on any given day because I’m full of shit. I’m serious I’m one of those people that can honestly say with conviction that I’m full of shit. So having a twitter accounts helps me Help YOU understand why I am what I am and why I do what I do, ANDDDD it acts as a form of verbal gas-x.

I realized that often times my thoughts are RANDOM… one minute I can be talking about sandwiches…. and the next minute I’m looking for a street pharmacist that sells Flintstones vitamins. I’m a melting pot of uncertainties, and even while sitting here writing this post, I realize that none of this makes a load of sense. It’s entertaining none the less and you know you love it.

So many people use twitter to do so many things, my favorite of all is @DaRealKhia follow her if you dare!! here’s an example: These are the real reasons to enjoy twitter… KHIA cause she’s the baddest BITCH and I STAN for her ALLLLLLLLLLLL DAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYY!!!

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Focus On the Sauce (ME)

That/This Title is more for me then it is for you.Or at least that is what i must tell myself. It’s time that I stop sitting around waiting for things to happen and start making them happen. So many stupid people are doing more then my un-stupid self is, and i think it’s stupid. I guess you can say I stopped focusing on me, and started waiting and watching others do what i should have been doing for myself.

While sitting in a meeting eating popeyes chicken and drinking stale ass coke, I listened as my lovely block stars encouraged me to use my resources and my ridiculously contagious personality to get to where I want to be. As I wiped my greasy ass mouth on the jacket of my peer, I decided to take the stick out my ass and DO ME!!

Boston has so much hidden talent, so many overturned rat holes and roach rocks waiting to be explored in search of that hidden pearl (LOL at my f*cked up metaphor) THAT metaphor was much like these underdeveloped rappers, bloggers and barbies (that was a direct jab to nicki manaj) come sign my boobies!!! For the record i love her… and i want some sexy ass bangs and a tight pink bustier to rock to my next club outing. Im signing titties too!! GET LIKE ME!!!

Im going to take baby steps on this one and introduce some new concepts of life. figure out where i need to go and who i need to sleep with to get there… im a tad bit pornographic and immaculately foolish, but im fun… so with that said let’s start tasting the sauce… yum!



Boston Resources and Events

Here is a list of Boston-area resources involved with the Haiti earthquake, and community actions in support of victims:

Relief and Development Organizations

- Partners in Health, Boston-based non-profit that has worked in Haiti for 23 years and has set up a field hospital there to treat the wounded. PIH is seeking donations and other support.

- Oxfam America, which is based in Boston, has created an emergency relief fund. Oxfam has a staff of more than 200 people in Haiti, the Boston headquarters notes, and 15 disaster specialists who are already at work organizing relief.

- Grassroots International is a Boston-based development group that has worked in Haiti for 20 years, and has set up a Haiti emergency relief fund.

-The United Nations Children’s Fund, or UNICEF, is responding to the disaster with an initial $500,000 donation and support in the field. UNICEF has worked in Haiti since the 1940s.
Information about donations is available at the US Fund for UNICEF and the Boston office is reachable at 617.266.7534.

- A group called Partners in Development, based in Ipswich, Mass., has a medical clinic in Port-au-Prince and is organizing to send a medical team there. Phone: 978-471-9922.

- Catholic Charities is also at work organizing relief, raising funds, and accepting donations.

- Cardinal Sean P. O’Malley said today that he has authorized a second collection in the parishes of the Archdiocese of Boston. Parishes may choose either this coming weekend, Jan. 16 and 17, or the weekend of Jan. 30 and 31 to take the collection. Funds collected will be sent to Catholic Relief Services to assist in relief efforts in Haiti.

- The Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, a human rights group based in Cambridge, has launched an earthquake relief fund.

- AmeriCares, a disaster response organization based in Stamford, Ct., has high ratings for its efficient use of donor resources. It has set up an emergency earthquake fund, pledging $5 million for victims.

- Doctors Without Borders is a highly regarded humanitarian service that responds quickly to disasters around the Globe. MSF, as it it known by its French acronym, already had medical teams on the ground in Haiti and they are treating hundreds of victims.

- The Wayland-based organization, Bread of Compassion, says it had long planned a medical mission to Haiti on March 1, and now is stepping up preparations and seeking contributions for the trip by 20 medical professionals to bring more medical supplies on the journey.

Local Haitian organizations

Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino joined members of the Haitian community at a planning session Wednesday night at the Cathedral of the Holy Cross in the South End, including State Rep. Linda Dorcena Forry. The mayor set up a team to open a resource center for local families seeking information and assistance, establish a relief fund to help support local families with relatives in Haiti., and offer search and rescue resources to Haitian officials, including both equipment and personnel.
The Boston center will operate out of SEIU Local 1199, at 150 Mount Vernon Street in Dorchester, as of Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m, at least through the weekend. There will be translators. The hotline is 617-284-1199.

BIG CITY 101.3FM is said to be hosting a benefit fundraiser for Haitian Earthquake victims on Friday, Jan. 15 at 994 Blue Hill Ave.

The Center for Community Health, Education and Research has compiled a useful list of Haitian organizations in Greater Boston.

The Association of Haitian Women in Boston works to empower low-income women in Haiti.

The St. Boniface Foundation, based in Randolph, runs a hospital in Fond des Blancs, about 70 miles west of Port au Prince.

Also in Fond des Blancs, Haiti Projects Inc, run by Sarah Hackett, a nurse from Gloucester, offers family planning and other services in these remote mountains.

Local Media

- Jean Filias hosts a Haitian radio program on Radio Energy (1620AM) out of Dorchester.

- The Boston Haitian Reporter has an impressive live blog on developments in Haiti and updates on available resources.

- The Boston Haitian Reporter also has a list of Haitian community resources and organizations.

Governmental Organizations

The city of Boston on Thursday at 9 a.m. will open an emergency response center at the headquarters of SEIU Local 1999 on for 150 Mount Vernon St. in Dorchester for those who are trying to contact relatives in Haiti. The center will have phone lines, computers with Internet access, translators, and grief counselors, said Dot Joyce, a spokeswoman for Mayor Thomas M. Menino.

- Haitian Consulate in Boston: Marie Andrine, Consul Général

Tel: 617-266-3660, Fax: 617-266-4060

- Haitian Embassy in Washington, hotline: 202-332-4090.

- The US State Department hotline in Washington for information about relatives in Haiti is 1-888-407-4747.

- Sen. Paul G. Kirk’s Boston office says it will try to connect people with relatives in Haiti. Call 617-565-3170.

National Resources

The Center for International Disaster Information has created a website with links to organizations that are accepting donations and other resources related to the earthquake.
The CIDI, funded by the US Agency for International Development, has guidelines on how to contribute appropriately to disaster relief. The key point is that the best contribution is money, not clothes and food, because money can be directed more quickly and efficiently to meet the needs of victims.

The United Nations World Food Program is quickly mobilizing aid resources for victims, and is accepting donations.

Action Against Hunger has hundreds of staff members in Haiti and has deployed emergency teams to assist victims.

The Episcopal Church is collecting donations and organizing relief, through its relief agency Episcopal Relief and Development.

The Salvation Army has worked in Haiti since 1950 and is organizing immediate assistance. Here’s an update on its relief efforts.

The State Department Operations Center has set up the following number for Americans seeking information about family members in Haiti: 1-888-407-4747.

Red Cross: Simply text “HAITI” to “90999″ and a donation of $10 will be given automatically to the Red Cross to help with relief efforts, charged to your cell phone bill.

Reuters Haiti help page

Haitian Education & Leadership Program

International Committee of the Red Cross

Direct Relief International is a non-profit based in California that has a range of health partners in Haiti and has pledged a $1 million emergency donation.

Mobile Giving

A number of organizations are accepting donations through mobile phone text messaging. Here’s an update from the Mobile Giving Foundation, which works with a number of non-profits.

What: The quickest way to provide monetary relief to those affected by the recent earthquake in Haiti is mobile giving. By texting a keyword to a designated short code via a mobile phone, a micro-donation of $5 or $10 can be made to aid the millions of people affected by this tragedy. 100 percent of your donation goes to the recipient charity, and the donation appears as a charge on your carrier bill. Standard rates may apply.

Who: There are several organization that are responding to this urgent need with mobile‑giving efforts, including the following:

Text the word “Yele” to 501501 to donate $5
On behalf of the Yéle Foundation, the leading contributor to rebuilding Haiti founded by Wyclef Jean

Text the word “Haiti” to 85944 to donate $5
On behalf of the Rescue Union Mission and MedCorp International

Text the word “Haiti” to 25383 to donate $5
On behalf of the Internal Rescue Committee

Text the word “Haiti” to 90999 to donate $10
On behalf of the Red Cross in the US

Text the word “Haiti” to 45678 (In Canada Only)
On behalf of the Salvation Army in Canada


I’m Trying….dammit i’m trying

I know I have the balls (imaginary) to come here once a month and start talking ish about making a come back… but I’m lazy as hell. I sit at my desk most days watching the work pile up, yet still complaining that I’m bored and i have nothing to do…When i could very well be entertaining the world with my humor and wit (tooting my own horn *giggles*) I really do want to start blogging on a regular again, i just have to breath, relax and start writing. There is so much fuckery in the world that needs my opinion. I feel like I’m doing a grave injustice to the masses. I’m lazy and i have so many other things on my plate that i haven’t made time for the things in life that used to make me warm in the middle like blogging and entertaining.

I been trying to read and catch up on some of these other blog sites and although they have up to date information SNORE!!! NOTE:if your on my blog list you are not that/those SNORE(s) I’m talking about… okay I could possibly be lying. Today I’ll try to drop at least 4 entertainment post. Then starting Monday I’ll do at least 4 a day…. I’ll promise to try.

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