Social Non-Conformances, ‘bust de dance’

”Bust de Dance’

Please let me know that I am not the only one that does this.

At times when I am at work, I have to use the elevator to go to various departments, usually when I use the elevator, it is empty.  And once I step in, its my own space – for that 5-15 seconds of seclusion, I sometimes feel the need, desire, want to ‘act a fool’.  My foolish behaviors manifest itself in several ways:

1. If I am not holding any documents, I want to dance.
2. If I am holding documents, I try to rhyme; using the words I see in the elevator (i.e. ‘Fire Exit’, ‘In case of emergency’, etc.)
3. If the conditions of number 1 hold true, but yet I don’t want to dance, I like to box, or practice ‘air boxing’

I would hope that I am not the only one that behaves in such a way in the elevator, personally I don’t think its that bad, definitely it is a bit weird and unorthodox.  That small amount of time in the elevator, and my unorthodox behavior is probably a good release exercise of all the stress, bullsh*t, and politics that I have to deal with in my 9-5, and in my personal life; it gives me a chance to ‘let loose’ (briefly), and do something without the worry of being criticizied, punished, or admonished for. 

Quite actually, it could be said that what I do is somewhat therapeutic – because almost instantly when the elevator door chimes, and the metallic steel doors open, I smile; partly laughing at my own actions, and partly preparing myself to handle the challenges that will arise.

Anyone does anything similar in the elevator?

.:: LibM ::.

Obama and ‘The Bradley Effect’

Let’s hope this effect is something of the past ….

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The Bradley effect is named after former Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley, an African-American who ran for California governor in 1982. Exit polls showed Bradley leading by a wide margin, and the Democrat confidentially thought it would be an early election night. But Bradley and the polls were wrong. He lost to Republican George Deukmejian. The theory was that polling was wrong because some voters, who did not want to appear bigoted, said they voted for Bradley even though they did not.  “People will usually tell you how they voted after the election, but we found in the Bradley campaign … that people were actually not telling us who they voted for,” said Charles Henry, who researched Bradley’s election.

I hope for the best, but I always had this thought in the back of my mind – let’s pray that I am wrong and that America has changed, yes they are still a few of those Americans that think that Obama is a Arab & a Terrorist, but they all watch Fox News …. and their viewership is decreasing day by day.

.:: LiBM ::.

Blends for that Ass 5

Blends for that Ass

Blends for that Ass 5

Tough R&B blend mixtape with throwback mixes

DJ Cashis Kay delivers a solid blend mixtape from start to finish, even throwing back some classic Gerald Levert Acapellas with some G-Unit beats.  Premium blends are the The Dream’s ‘I Love Your Girl’ over Hood Hop, and Slim of 112 fame over G-Unit’s ‘I Like it how she do it’.   

Full Track Listing:

01. Lloyd ft. Lil Wayne < Girls All Around The World (Blend)
02. Slim (Of 112) ft. Young Joc < So Fly (Blend)
03. G Unit < I Like The Way She Do It (Blend)
04. The Dream < I Love You Girl (Blend)
05. Kanye West ft. T Pain < Good Life (Blend)
06. Neyo < Stay With Me (Blend)
07. Keyshia Cole < Let It Go (Blend)
08. Sean Kingston ft. Juelz Santana < Theres Nothing (Blend)
09. Alicia Keys < Teenage Love Affair (Cashis Kay Mix)
10. Neyo < Go On Girl (Blend)
11. Amerie < Talkin To Me (Cashis Kay Mix)
12. Plies ft. Neyo < Bust It Baby (Blend)
13. Lil Wayne < Lollipop (Blend)
14. Usher < Love In The Club (Blend)
15. Mario < Crying Out For Me (Blend)
16. Jordin Sparks ft. Chris Brown < No Air (Blend)
17. Al Green < Could This Be The Love (Blend)
18. Jay Z < I Know (Blend)
19. The Notorious B.I.G. < Big Poppa (Cashis Kay 08 Mix)
20. Dennis Edwards < Dont Look Any Further (Blend)
21. Joe Tann ft. Jadakiss < One Way Or Another (Blend)
22. Allure ft. Nas < Head Over Heels (Blend)
23. Mary J Blige < Enough Crying (Blend)
24. Lloyd ft. Ludacris < How We Do It (Blend)
25. Cheri Dennis ft. Yung Joc < Portrait Of Love (Blend)
26 Snoop Doog < Sexual Seduction (Throwback Mix)
27 Neyo < Closer (Blend)
28 Outro 
 

Click to download Mixtape Torrent:
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Homeric Logic, pt1

Some Homer Simpson Logic:

Though sometimes misjudged as a complete moron, Homer is actually a deft manipulator of the oxymoron: “Oh Bart, don’t worry, people die all the time. In fact, you could wake up dead tomorrow.” And our favorite figure of ridicule is actually quite handy with figures of speech. To explain human behavior, for instance, he relies on personification:

The only monster here is the gambling monster that has enslaved your mother! I call him Gamblor, and it’s time to snatch your mother from his neon claws!

Chiasmus guides Homer to new levels of self-understanding:

All right, brain, I don’t like you and you don’t like me–so let’s just do this, and I’ll get back to killing you with beer.

And here, in just five words, he manages to combine apostrophe and tricolon in a heartfelt encomium: “Television! Teacher, mother, secret lover.”