πŸ”₯ | Latest

Community, Head, and Memes: Women have always been strong no matter what patriarchy says @chakabars The African man can only rise as high as the African woman... Just because you can see skin doesn't mean you are in any position to judge. Women aren't yours to judge. Many of the "conscious" community are intrinsically patriarchal & sexist. Even though they are preaching equality & fairness, they still harshly judge African women, unnecessarily. Fellas I know where your head is at, as we are born into a sexist society. It's been made so easy to target & pull down the African woman, for approval & to seem relevant. I used to do it too. It's easier to body shame women, because you're uncomfortable that you can't own them, & that their physical appearance makes you feel weak, than it is to attack a system owned by rich middle aged men, built on the objectification of the black physique. Yet African women own the end result of none of this media. They aren't to blame, neither are the brothers being auctioned the NFL draft camps or the brothers playing for the NBA. Neither are the brothers running up & down the soccer pitches in Europe, while they get Bananas thrown at them. They just want to have a slice of the pie cooked from their ingredients. Remember who owns the capital from all of this entertainment. Not African people. Many of the brothers leading the African empowerment movements, don't want to share power with the sisters. Thus leading an almost pseudo empowerment movement. As without the empowerment of the African women, there is no empowerment. It's not right that any African woman who is showing her figure out of the "naturalist" setting, gets all of the derogatory slurs of sexism thrown at her. Where as the men doing the same things in different settings, get a pass because they are men. Strong men empower the sisters, uplift don't downpress. It's easier to fight amongst each other, than it is to fight the system that put us there. chakabars
Community, Head, and Memes: Women have always been strong
 no matter what patriarchy says
 @chakabars
The African man can only rise as high as the African woman... Just because you can see skin doesn't mean you are in any position to judge. Women aren't yours to judge. Many of the "conscious" community are intrinsically patriarchal & sexist. Even though they are preaching equality & fairness, they still harshly judge African women, unnecessarily. Fellas I know where your head is at, as we are born into a sexist society. It's been made so easy to target & pull down the African woman, for approval & to seem relevant. I used to do it too. It's easier to body shame women, because you're uncomfortable that you can't own them, & that their physical appearance makes you feel weak, than it is to attack a system owned by rich middle aged men, built on the objectification of the black physique. Yet African women own the end result of none of this media. They aren't to blame, neither are the brothers being auctioned the NFL draft camps or the brothers playing for the NBA. Neither are the brothers running up & down the soccer pitches in Europe, while they get Bananas thrown at them. They just want to have a slice of the pie cooked from their ingredients. Remember who owns the capital from all of this entertainment. Not African people. Many of the brothers leading the African empowerment movements, don't want to share power with the sisters. Thus leading an almost pseudo empowerment movement. As without the empowerment of the African women, there is no empowerment. It's not right that any African woman who is showing her figure out of the "naturalist" setting, gets all of the derogatory slurs of sexism thrown at her. Where as the men doing the same things in different settings, get a pass because they are men. Strong men empower the sisters, uplift don't downpress. It's easier to fight amongst each other, than it is to fight the system that put us there. chakabars

The African man can only rise as high as the African woman... Just because you can see skin doesn't mean you are in any position to judge. W...

Christmas, Dallas Cowboys, and Family: 14 YEARS MEMORIES FOREVER By Jason Witten Nearly 14 years ago to the day I arrived in Dallas. I was a new member of the Dallas Football Cowboys via the 69th pick in the 2003 NFL Draft was as green as any 20year old Tennessee boy could be, carrying the excitement of a little kid on Christmas Day. anxiously awaited the unique privilege given to me by Mr. Jerry Jones to participate in my first NFL mini-camp. This was an exciting time for I had dreamed about it my entire life. As my heart pounded, I got off the plane. grabbed my luggage and headed for the shuttle, eagerly waiting for the next morning to arrive and my journey as a Dallas Cowboy to begin! Little did I know, that in this short 5-mile ride, the most special relationship in my professional career was sitting next to me and about to begin. On the shuttle that day was a young bright-eyed QB from a small D1 AA school, undrafted, and this sort of Huck Finn way about him. There we were-just two kids on the bus, setting out to chase our dream The days following that now famous shuttle ride were not easy...mostly spent being on the receiving end of colorful language from legendary coach Bill P Truth be told, there were many days over the next 168 months of the relationship that were faced with extreme challenges from people inside and outside of our league. However, knowing what l know now, I must say that there is no one and I mean no one-l would have rather had next to me on this journey other than Tony Romo. After taking a few days to reflect and collect my thoughts,lthought it was fitting and felt a desire to share some thoughts about Tony and why will forever be grateful to A9 and his entire fami ly-Candice, Hawk and Rivers While history might remember 9 for the wins and losses, as a Houdini like playmaker, the epic 4th quarter comebacks, the lack of playoff wins, or the Brett Favre-esque no look passes, will always remember much more. No man can write his own history, and I tend to believe that over time the historians will remember Tony as one of the great signalcallers of his era. For me, I will remember that ultra-driven athlete who worked his tail off to learn how to perfect the proper throwing motion. The player who would stand at the chalk board tirelessly thinking through and dissecting how to block-up a brutal Jim Johnson blitz. A guy who would take command at the line of scrimmage with the authority of a S-star miitary general all while having the charisma of Joe Namath and the competitive fire of Michael Jordan. Tony would break down the nuances of a route tree as if he was the wide-out. Ultimately, he became a player that would set the highest standard for himself, because he knew it would create higher expectations for all of those around him. Players had to play better and coaches had to coach better. Most fondly, I will remember aman with a big heart, who loved to include others and took a great sense of pride in watching them enjoy the fruits of his labor. A man with an infectious personality and a contagious smile and wonderful sons-I know how proud they are proud of their pop It brings a smile to my face knowing that Tony wahave more time with his boys as they come of age. am certain their lives will be better for it, because, with 9 as your pilot, you feel as if you can conquer the world. I know I sure felt that way 9, I am forever grateful to have had you as my QB. Your God.given talent and ability has positively impacted not just my life, but my entire family. lam proud to call you my dear friend and brother for life. Thank you for always believing in me, and I wish you all the best in the next chapter-cheers!! Your Tight End. 82 realjasonwitten82 Jason Witten penned a heartfelt tribute for his captain, Tony Romo, as he embarks upon the next chapter of his career at CBS. (via @realjasonwitten82)
Christmas, Dallas Cowboys, and Family: 14 YEARS MEMORIES FOREVER
 By Jason Witten
 Nearly 14 years ago to the day I arrived in Dallas. I was a new member of the Dallas Football Cowboys via the 69th pick in
 the 2003 NFL Draft
 was as green as any 20year old Tennessee
 boy could be, carrying the excitement
 of a little kid on
 Christmas Day. anxiously awaited the unique
 privilege given to me
 by Mr. Jerry Jones to participate in my first NFL
 mini-camp. This was an exciting time for I had dreamed about it my entire life.
 As my heart pounded, I got off the plane. grabbed my luggage and headed for the shuttle, eagerly waiting for the next
 morning to arrive and my journey as a Dallas Cowboy to begin!
 Little did I know, that in this short 5-mile ride, the most special relationship in my professional career was sitting next to me
 and about to begin. On the shuttle that day was a young bright-eyed QB from a small D1 AA school, undrafted, and this
 sort of Huck Finn way about him.
 There we were-just two kids on the bus, setting out to chase our dream
 The days following that now famous shuttle ride were not easy...mostly spent being on the receiving end of colorful
 language from
 legendary coach Bill P Truth be told, there were many days
 over the next 168 months of the relationship that
 were faced with extreme challenges from people inside and outside of our league. However, knowing what l know now,
 I
 must say that there is no one and I mean no one-l would have rather had next to me on this journey other than
 Tony Romo.
 After taking a few
 days to reflect and collect my thoughts,lthought it was fitting and felt a desire to share some
 thoughts
 about Tony and why will forever be grateful to A9 and his entire fami
 ly-Candice, Hawk and Rivers
 While history might remember 9 for the wins and losses, as a Houdini like playmaker, the epic 4th quarter comebacks, the
 lack of playoff wins, or the Brett Favre-esque no look passes, will always remember much more. No man can write his own
 history, and I tend to believe that over time the historians will remember Tony as one of the great signalcallers of his era.
 For me, I will remember that ultra-driven athlete who worked his tail off to learn how to perfect the proper throwing motion.
 The player who would stand at the chalk board tirelessly thinking through and dissecting how to block-up a brutal Jim
 Johnson blitz. A guy who would take command
 at the line of scrimmage with the authority of a S-star miitary general all
 while having the charisma of Joe Namath and the competitive fire of Michael Jordan. Tony would break down the nuances
 of a route tree as if he was the wide-out. Ultimately, he became a player that would set the highest standard for himself,
 because he knew it would create higher expectations for all of those around him. Players had to play better and coaches
 had to coach better.
 Most fondly, I will remember aman with a big heart, who loved to include others and took a great sense of pride in watching
 them enjoy the fruits of his labor. A man with an infectious personality and a contagious smile
 and wonderful sons-I know
 how proud they are proud of their pop
 It brings a smile to my face knowing that Tony wahave more time with his boys as they come of age. am certain their lives
 will be better for it, because, with 9 as your pilot, you feel as if you can conquer the world. I know I sure felt that way
 9, I am forever grateful to have had you as my QB. Your God.given talent and ability has positively impacted not just my
 life, but my entire family. lam proud to call you my dear friend and brother for life.
 Thank you for always believing in me, and I wish you all the best in the next chapter-cheers!!
 Your Tight End.
 82
 realjasonwitten82
Jason Witten penned a heartfelt tribute for his captain, Tony Romo, as he embarks upon the next chapter of his career at CBS. (via @realjasonwitten82)

Jason Witten penned a heartfelt tribute for his captain, Tony Romo, as he embarks upon the next chapter of his career at CBS. (via @realjaso...

Aerosmith, Big Sean, and Drunk: Don't talk to me or my son ever again DrSmashlove U ever start dating someone and they listen to your genre of music and u all excited about it but then they like the wrong shit and now u annoyed u ever brought up music in the first place πŸ€”. Like if I'm talking to a older grown and sexy Caucasian woman and she got a tribal tramp stamp and she like Nickelback I'm not gonna hold it against her pretty ass Bruh. The horrendous rock - tattoo taste is indicative of a dark past and I happen to like ladies with a dark past - just like pets who came from bad circumstances, I find women with more issues than Time Magazine easier to love 😍. (Side note: this type of woman is brutally honest, which I also love. Like I'm all "ayeee...u ever test positive for anything?" And she just like "yeah, gonorrhea, once, in 2007 😣. I went back stage at an Aerosmith show, got drunk, and banged Steven Tyler smh. Nothing some antibiotics couldn't fix ☺️." And I'm just like, to myself "WOW!!!! Do u also dumpster dive and play roulette with the first needle u see by jamming it in your thigh just to see what happen?! You bold AF, grown and sexy Caucasian woman!" πŸ˜‚) Nah but u ain't gon discuss music with this chick. It's safe to say we gon spend the night talmbout Trump. But see sometimes the convo is more difficult. I'm like aye what u listen to, she like "rap ☺️" and I'm like "oh word? πŸ˜€" And she like "Drake, Gucci, Future, 21" and I'm like "take me to flavor town mama 😍" and then she all "G Eazy, Big Sean" and I'm all "this date was going great. It really was. I know in one week you gon text me like 'WELL I THOUGHT THE DATE WENT WELL SORRY I'M NOT UP TO YOUR STANDARD'" and imma have to reply and apologize but deep down I ain't sorry at all. If u a lil hipster who love Pinegrove and Weyes Blood we might could build a future. But if I ever have to come downstairs to enjoy pancakes with u and our 11 chirren and I hear "Last night took a L, but tonight I bounce back!", I might just say I'm going to Whole Foods for orange juice, get in the minivan, drive away, and never come back. Don't worry baby. Kids will be fine. I'll come back for the Princeton graduations, and NFL draft day 😘 GoodbyeForeverMyLove πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Aerosmith, Big Sean, and Drunk: Don't talk to me or my son ever again
 DrSmashlove
U ever start dating someone and they listen to your genre of music and u all excited about it but then they like the wrong shit and now u annoyed u ever brought up music in the first place πŸ€”. Like if I'm talking to a older grown and sexy Caucasian woman and she got a tribal tramp stamp and she like Nickelback I'm not gonna hold it against her pretty ass Bruh. The horrendous rock - tattoo taste is indicative of a dark past and I happen to like ladies with a dark past - just like pets who came from bad circumstances, I find women with more issues than Time Magazine easier to love 😍. (Side note: this type of woman is brutally honest, which I also love. Like I'm all "ayeee...u ever test positive for anything?" And she just like "yeah, gonorrhea, once, in 2007 😣. I went back stage at an Aerosmith show, got drunk, and banged Steven Tyler smh. Nothing some antibiotics couldn't fix ☺️." And I'm just like, to myself "WOW!!!! Do u also dumpster dive and play roulette with the first needle u see by jamming it in your thigh just to see what happen?! You bold AF, grown and sexy Caucasian woman!" πŸ˜‚) Nah but u ain't gon discuss music with this chick. It's safe to say we gon spend the night talmbout Trump. But see sometimes the convo is more difficult. I'm like aye what u listen to, she like "rap ☺️" and I'm like "oh word? πŸ˜€" And she like "Drake, Gucci, Future, 21" and I'm like "take me to flavor town mama 😍" and then she all "G Eazy, Big Sean" and I'm all "this date was going great. It really was. I know in one week you gon text me like 'WELL I THOUGHT THE DATE WENT WELL SORRY I'M NOT UP TO YOUR STANDARD'" and imma have to reply and apologize but deep down I ain't sorry at all. If u a lil hipster who love Pinegrove and Weyes Blood we might could build a future. But if I ever have to come downstairs to enjoy pancakes with u and our 11 chirren and I hear "Last night took a L, but tonight I bounce back!", I might just say I'm going to Whole Foods for orange juice, get in the minivan, drive away, and never come back. Don't worry baby. Kids will be fine. I'll come back for the Princeton graduations, and NFL draft day 😘 GoodbyeForeverMyLove πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

U ever start dating someone and they listen to your genre of music and u all excited about it but then they like the wrong shit and now u an...