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Wednesday, August 31, 2011

SPORTS TALK: Texas A&M Aggies

Aggies...why you mad son?! lol...UT pissed them off for real! Well today the Aggies announced that they plan to leave the BIG 12 by July 2012 if they are offered acceptance into another conference. This will be interesting...

The Aggies don't appreciate University of Texas getting its own network (amongst other things) but I bet if they had the same opportunity, they would do the same! Anyway, the Big 12 has formed a committee to look for replacements. The BIG 12 has already been cut down to 10 teams with the departure of Nebraska (Big Ten) and Colorado (Pac 12) so it will be interesting to see how the conference reacts with filling the spots. BUT, I didn't know there was an "EXIT FEE" to leave a conference! There's a fee for everything! lol...If the Aggies leave Big 12 they will likely pay a very expensive fee...Nebraska paid $9.25 million and Colorado paid $6.9 million. That's some crazy loot!

A move to the SEC will definitely give Texas A&M more exposure and funding but the competition will be TOUGH. Regardless of where they end up, I hope it doesn't back fire on them. The SEC previously said it was cool with its current membership but left the door open to expansion. The Aggies would need the votes of nine of the 12 presidents from the member schools for the SEC to allow them into the league.

This move by the Aggies could set up the University of Houston to join the Big 12. U of H isn't a powerhouse but the move will help them gain notoriety and possibly a better recruiting class. It will definitely take them a while to be able to compete at the higher level of the Big 12 but it is possible.

I'm eager to see how this all turns out! The Saga Continues...

Friday, July 1, 2011

Bar Study...

Maaaan this shit ain't no joke...but i'm a G so y'all know i'm gettin it done! lol...naw but for real, I'm just tryna stay focused and not get rattled under the pressure. This exam is just a mere formality of what I've proven through three long years of law school. I'm taking the challenge as it comes and embracing the journey.

The test is almost here...please keep me in your prayers. If God says the same, it will be a major celebration when the test results come in November. Until then...

Monday, May 2, 2011

Moving On...

Sooo I finally got fed up with the continuous lies, disrespect, lame excuses, and false promises. I'll just wait for God to bring that special person into my life. You can't change a person...either they're gonna do right or continue to do wrong.

BUT, on a lighter note...I'm about to graduate from LAW SCHOOL! It's been a long time coming and I thank God for guiding me through. It's gonna be a celebration indeed! So even through disappointment and heartache...there is still joy!

Please keep me in your prayers...God Bless

Monday, February 21, 2011


Being in a relationship is hard...especially when you're continuously doubting your trust in the other person. Why is it so hard to commit to one person? Why is it so hard to respect your partner in the relationship? If you really love someone, why do things to question it?

If I met someone today, gave them my number, and starting talking to them on a regular basis showing extreme interest...would you have a problem with that? I THINK SO! So why put me through it thinking i wont find out...I do believe in a woman's intuition and I think I'm right that my trust in you should probably be questioned. I don't like to be lied to or blatantly disrespected in the comfort of my own home as you put your phone on silent trying to secretly text. I know the game...it's not new. If you wouldn't like for me to flirt with someone, then why are you doing it? Why do you think everything is ok as long as you don't have sex with her? The way I see it...all of your actions are just leading up to when you will eventually have sex.

Can anyone relate? I guess its true that a good man is hard to find. I could be trippin and thinkin about the situation too hard but i doubt it. I just wish he could be in my shoes right now...

I guess what im trying to say is that the person I thought would be the love of my life actually might not be...and it hurts so bad right now

Thursday, May 6, 2010

I'm BaaAAAaaaCK...!!!

Soooo I've been gone for a minute...but I'M BACK!

What's good?! It's 2010 and wow there's been so much that has happened already! Both good and bad!...maybe I'll spill the beans in a later post...idk

Anyways, I hope everyone has a blessed and prosperous year! TTYL

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Time to Bring in a NEW year...

2009...it's been quite a year

Some bad...but definitely outweighed by the GOOD! I thank God for all that he has done and will continue to do in my life. I don't do new years resolutions, but I hope and pray to have a great 2010. Hopefully someone special will come into my life in 2010...time will tell. This single life thing is kinda gettin old...i think i'm ready to let go of the partyin ways if that special someone comes along. Hey just keepin it real with y'all!

Anyway, enough of the mushy stuff! lol...I hope everyone had a good/great 2009! I pray 2010 will be even better!!!! Happy Holidays

Monday, November 16, 2009

This is for the ignorant people...I LOVE HBCU's!!!

Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)
In the late 19th century, colleges for black students were started in box cars (Atlanta University) and church basements (Spelman College). Mary McLeod Bethune, one of the nation's foremost black educators, opened a college in 1904 with $1.50 and 5 students. Today, there are 106 historically black colleges and universities in the United States, who can count among their graduates such luminaries as W. E. B. Du Bois (Fisk University), Thurgood Marshall (Lincoln University and Howard University), Toni Morrison (Howard University), and Martin Luther King, Jr. (Morehouse College).

Alabama A&M University (Ala.), www.aamu.edu
Alabama State University (Ala.), www.alasu.edu
Albany State University (Ga.), www.asurams.edu
Alcorn State University (Miss.), www.alcorn.edu
Allen University (S.C.), www.allenuniversity.edu
Arkansas Baptist College (Ark.), www.arbaptcol.edu
Barber-Scotia College (N.C.), www.b-sc.edu/
Benedict College (S.C.), www.benedict.edu
Bennett College (N.C.), www.bennett.edu
Bethune-Cookman College (Fla.), www.bethune.cookman.edu
Bishop State Community College (Ala.) www.bscc.cc.al.us
Bluefield State College (W.Va.), www.bluefield.wvnet.edu
Bowie State University (Md.), www.bowiestate.edu
Central State University (Ohio), www.centralstate.edu
Charles Drew University of Medicine (Calif.), www.cdrewu.edu
Cheyney University (Pa.), www.cheyney.edu
Chicago State University (Ill.) www.csu.edu
Claflin College (S.C.), www.claflin.edu
Clark Atlanta University (Ga.), www.cau.edu
Clinton Junior College (S.C.) www.clintonjrcollege.org
Coahoma Community College (Miss.) www.ccc.cc.ms.us
Concordia College (Ala.) www.concordiaselma.edu
Coppin State College (Md.), www.coppin.edu
Delaware State University (Del.), www.desu.edu
Denmark Technical College (S.C.) www.den.tec.sc.us
Dillard University (La.), www.dillard.edu
Edward Waters College (Fla.), www.ewc.edu
Elizabeth City State University (N.C.), www.ecsu.edu
Fayetteville State University (N.C.), www.uncfsu.edu
Fisk University (Tenn.), www.fisk.edu
Florida A&M University (Fla.), www.famu.edu
Florida Memorial College (Fla.), www.fmc.edu
Fort Valley State University (Ga.), www.fvsu.edu
Grambling State University (La.), www.gram.edu
Hampton University (Va.), www.hamptonu.edu
Harris-Stowe State College (Mo.), www.hssc.edu
Hinds Community College (Miss.) lrc.hindscc.edu
Howard University (D.C.), www.howard.edu
Huston-Tillotson College (Tex.), www.htc.edu
Interdenominational Theological
Center (Ga.), www.itc.edu
J. F. Drake State Technical College (Ala.) www.dstc.cc.al.us
Jackson State University (Miss.), www.jsums.edu
Jarvis Christian College (Tex.), www.jarvis.edu
Johnson C. Smith University (N.C.), www.jcsu.edu
Kentucky State University (Ky.), www.kysu.edu
Knoxville College (Tenn.), www.knoxvillecollege.edu
Lane College (Tenn.), www.lanecollege.edu
Langston University (Okla.) www.lunet.edu
Lawson State Community College (Ala.) www.ls.cc.al.us
LeMoyne-Owen College (Tenn.), http://www.loc.edu/index.htm
Lewis College of Business (Mich.), www.lewiscollege.edu
Lincoln University (Mo.), www.lincolnu.edu
Lincoln University (Pa.), www.lincoln.edu
Livingstone College (N.C.), www.livingstone.edu
Mary Holmes College (Miss.) www.maryholmes.edu
Meharry Medical College (Tenn.), www.mmc.edu
Miles College (Ala.), www.miles.edu
Mississippi Valley State University (Miss.), www.mvsu.edu
Morehouse College (Ga.), www.morehouse.edu
Morehouse School of Medicine (Ga.), www.msm.edu
Morgan State University (Md.), www.morgan.edu
Morris Brown College (Ga.)
Morris College (S.C.), www.morris.edu
Norfolk State University (Va.), www.nsu.edu
North Carolina A&T State University (N.C.), www.ncat.edu
North Carolina Central University (N.C.), www.nccu.edu
Oakwood College (Ala.), www.oakwood.edu
Paine College (Ga.), www.paine.edu
Paul Quinn College (Tex.), www.pqc.edu
Philander Smith College (Ark.), www.philander.edu
Prairie View A&M University (Tex.), www.pvamu.edu
Rust College (Miss.), www.rustcollege.edu
Saint Augustine's College (N.C.), www.st-aug.edu
Saint Paul's College (Va.), www.saintpauls.edu
Saint Philip's College (Tex.) www.accd.edu/spc/spcmain/spc.htm
Savannah State University (Ga.), www.savstate.edu
Selma University (Ala.)
Shaw University (N.C.), www.shawuniversity.edu
Shelton State Community College (Ala.) www.sheltonstate.edu/sscc
Shorter College (Ark.)
South Carolina State University (S.C.), www.scsu.edu
Southern University and A&M College, Baton Rouge (La.), www.subr.edu
Southern University, New Orleans (La.), www.suno.edu
Southern University, Shreveport (La.), www.susla.edu
Southwestern Christian College (Tex.), www.swcc.edu
Spelman College (Ga.), www.spelman.edu
Stillman College (Ala.), www.stillman.edu
Talladega College (Ala.), www.talladega.edu
Tennessee State University (Tenn.), www.tnstate.edu
Texas College (Tex.), www.texascollege.edu
Texas Southern University (Tex.), www.tsu.edu
Tougaloo College (Miss.), www.tougaloo.edu
Trenholm State Technical College (Ala.) www.trenholmtech.cc.al.us
Tuskegee University (Ala.), www.tuskegee.edu
University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff (Ark.), www.uapb.edu
University of Maryland, Eastern Shore (Md.), www.umes.edu
University of the District of Columbia (D.C.), www.universityofdc.org
University of the Virgin Islands (V.I.), www.uvi.edu
Virginia State University (Va.), www.vsu.edu
Virginia Union University (Va.), www.vuu.edu
Voorhees College (S.C.), www.voorhees.edu
West Virginia State University (W.Va.), www.wvstateu.edu
Wilberforce University (Ohio), www.wilberforce.edu
Wiley College (Tex.), www.wileyc.edu
Winston-Salem State University (N.C.), www.wssu.edu
Xavier University of Louisiana (La.), www.xula.edu