Thursday, September 14, 2006
Morning Edition - 9/14/06
NA; Moving Right Along
Last night’s episode of Noah’s Arc was an improvement on what was quickly becoming, a drawn-out story line. The Arc (Alex, Ricky and Chance) finally fell in line behind Alex and realized that sometimes you have to believe in your friend enough to have his back. Guy’s plot to steal Trey away from Alex was exposed and brought to an end. Kudos to Guy for pulling off those HOT green micro shorts. It was hard hating the man when he was wearing the hell out of that second skin. Wade finally got “real” with Noah and told him a few harsh words that, in reality, needed to be said. To smooth things over, Wade still came through to show love wins out over resentment by getting Noah out of a tight situation. Eddie got fired for his support of his boss’ lesbian wife’s decision to leave her marriage and join her girlfriend of three years – good riddance… except what will they do about that mortgage payment. Wait! I know, sell little Kenya into black market slavery…nah, too “out there.” We haven’t revisited the Ricky and Junito love fest. It appears that plot line has proven too hum-drum to develop. Finally, we were left with Noah getting assaulted by three gay-hating thugs at a gas station. Admittedly, I didn’t expect this turn of events and expected Wade or Quincy to drive up and save Ms. Damsel-In-Distress, but we went all out with letting pretty boy get kicked around. Are we setting this storyline up for the Wade-Noah make-up? Whatever happens, Dre seems to be getting wind of that the end is near. His face showed all the insecurities and anger of a man who knows things aren’t looking good. We’ll tune in next week to see where the boys go next.
Saving All Our Love
A few stolen crack viles was all that they shared
They had a family; The child’s hair gave us a scare
Though we tried to resist; Watching her be a bitch
But no other star’s gonna do
So we’re saving all our old CDs, cuz their cool.
Whitney Houston filed for divorce on Wednesday from husband, Bobby Brown after 14 years of marriage. Houston’s publicist, Nancy Seltzer said the singer did not wish to make a statement. The two have a 13-year old daughter, Bobbi Kristina.
Yesterday while riding the train to work a lesbian couple boarded the crowded train. The “fem” of the two lesbians was forced next to me and as the train became more crowded she was pressed against me. I was reading my magazine and listening to my music, but looked up to see her masculine partner glaring angrily at me. I then realized she was annoyed to have her girlfriend wedged against me. There was nowhere for me to move, so I simply removed my headphones and attempted to veer to one side to appease her mounting discomfort. The masculine woman then loudly announced to her girlfriend, “Move closer to me because these n*ggers are trying to get their freak on this morning.” It left me with no recourse, but to address the matter, since I was the only “n*gger” in direct contact with her girlfriend. “Sweetie, the only thing your girlfriend could do for me is my nails,” I said to her a stern look on my face. “I wasn’t talking to you,” she continued. “Well, I was talking to you,” I retorted. We rode the rest of the way in a very tense stand-off that I felt was ridiculous, since we only served to give the gay-haters a show.
Masculine lesbian women appear to have a deep-seated insecurity when it comes to men – even when the men in question are gay. Why would masculine lesbian women feel threatened by gay men? Is their a deep-seated penis envy/hate that plays into this equation?
Keep passin’ the open windows…