Wow Where do I start?.. well for my likes, Motorcycles, Bowling (Yeah, I roll 300's) and Pool are my sports. I am a father of 2 girls, who are completetly the reason why I breathe.. My girls have inspired me to be the best in life at all things, not from the moment they were born, but from the moment they were concieved. Being a dad is the quintessential favorite part of my life. I also have a facination with rescue and law enforcement. I was hired as a full-time fire rescuer the same week I was hired as a on call (not even part-time) radio personality. Its obvious that I chose radio, and it indeed has been good to me, moreso than I am to it. Radio broadcasting has always been my passion and was ultimately birthed into me by my late father who worked in radio for almost 50 years. So I guess you can say I got it honestly. I can truly say that I am blessed beyond measure to have such a great carreer, which allows me to experience so much the average person will probably never do or see. I am truly grateful to God for this dream now reality lifestyle that I am blessed to have...To Him be The Glory...
Ok, here we go.. First one for the week, and this one is for you ladies.... Check it out below:
"""What’s up bro. I listen to your show on Iheart radio from Dallas. I want you to put this out there for women from your area. OK, because of the type of man and person that I am, I am what some would self-proclaim themselves as being the type that loves hard. Being that I am this type, and still I have had unsuccessful relationships still with a couple of women that I cared for deeply and was truly ready to go to the next level. Yet, it didn’t work out with either. A female friend and coworker of mine suggested that I try not to exercise so much passion towards the women I’m involved with and leave room for them to thirst after me instead. I found that bizarre. I would think that all women would appreciate a man who shows them infinite passion. .So in a woman’s opinion is there such a thing as loving her too hard? Strictly for the ladies!!!"""
You damn women are never at all satisfied, are you? Help the homie out, is there such a thing as loving you too hard, too much!!!! #GoIn
This is a novelty, tonight a brother wrte in to the show... Check it out below:
''''Ok bro, help me out with this one. I’m dating a woman who has three children (8, 13, 15) from a marriage that ended long ago. She is determined to be a good friend to her ex-husband. This means the ex-husband is almost always in the picture and it seems like he is still part of the family. I am uncomfortable with this. It feels like they have never really divorced in some ways. I’m understanding, but I’m a man before anything. I don’t want this to become out of hand between myself and her ex, and it will. So can you ask the ladies listeners how should I approach this?'''
Here's a problem that's interesting, on one hand, you have what appears to be a very active father. Good thing, right? On the other hand, he also still appears to be a very active husband also. No good for your current relationship, right? You don't want to offend his fatherhood, so so you sacrifice your new relationship, or do you set restrictions and boundaries that have never been before? Or, do you say some throw back shit like, "Baddest one smack my hand", and let these dudes brawl it out? #GoIn
If everything turns out right, Nia Long could star in the "Love Jones" sequel.
Not a big fan of overdone movies, Long is actually excited to maybe be a part of the possible production.
"The story lends itself to a sequel. Not every film should be a sequel but I'm really honored that the audience is asking about it, tweeting about it … But I do have the passion and the desire to explore the opportunity," she recently told Urban Daily.
The 1997 original features Long as a photographer and Larenz Tate who romances her with his poetry. So she's got some history with the project.
"Love Jones is my baby," she said. "It's what introduced me to the world, though I had done other films before it. It was my first leading role and the story is so beautifully written and shot."
But will it be the same? Predictably fans are on either side of the fence saying they’d like to see more of their story as a grown couple with a family and kids. Others despise the idea of a sequel.
On Friday, Torrence Hatch, also known as Lil Boosie, was found not guilty of the first-degree murder of Terry Boyd after a week of testimonies.
The rapper was accused of soliciting a hit man, Marlo Mike (Michael Louding), to kill the 35-year-old victim for $2,800. The man was found dead in his Louisiana home in October 2009.
Louding touted his guilt in killing the victim to law enforcement, but later took back his words saying he was forced to make a false confession to the police.
Prosecution attempted to use Louding's thrown out confession, cell phone records, and his rapper friend’s gun slinging lyrics as evidence in the trial, and called 30 witnesses to the stand.
However, the defense avoided calling up any witnesses.
The jury was made up of nine women and three men.
Boosie is currently serving time for drug smuggling charges and will remain in jail for the remainder of his sentence of eight years.
April Brown was once a cosmetologist, fashion designer, and working mother of two daughters. She's now a multiple amputee. She says hospitalizations after unlicensed cosmetic procedures led to life-threatening infections.
Professionals removed her limbs last year to save her life. "I got the butt implants five years ago," said Brown. "For five years, I lived in pain. Excruciating pain."
April Brown won’t identify the unlicensed practitioner who injected her with silicone. She will only say it was somewhere near Western and Manchester. Brown tells us, her own lack of self-esteem issues are mostly to blame.
"They call it butt injections," she says. "These things are done at pumping parties. They call it medical grade silicone but a lot of it is industrial grade silicone."