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  1. spikeline commented on The K Chronicles 19 days ago

    Thanks for the link, agrestic. It’s important for people, particularly non-Blacks, to know what goes on. It’s not something made up.
    If a Black man this square (not in the pejorative sense) gets hassled so often, what about someone whos car fits a stereotype? How many people think about buying a car in terms of being less visible to the police?

  2. spikeline commented on The Knight Life about 1 month ago

    Thanks, Nathan! That was a nice way to start the day : – )

  3. spikeline commented on Luann 2 months ago

    Either way, it’s time for Brad to trade in the Underoos.

  4. spikeline commented on Frazz 3 months ago

    Puns worthy of Pearls Before Swine’s Stephan Pastis. And why not? They take the time out of their busy schedules to occasionally rib each other.

  5. spikeline commented on Luann 4 months ago

    Whoops, should have told her you were vegan…

  6. spikeline commented on Luann 5 months ago

    Drewder, I’ve been thinking your first guess; if he is worried about finding a safe place to sleep, some bimbo (that’s the game Tiffany is playing right now, anyway) flirting like a coquette is not going to offer any real comfort. Right now he needs friends more than lovers.

  7. spikeline commented on Luann 5 months ago

    (What the heck is FHEO? All I can find is “Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity.”)

  8. spikeline commented on The K Chronicles 6 months ago

    I’m not even a parent, but this makes me madder ‘n hell; This is a perfect example of being “Penny wise and dollar foolish.” Even if they went into it “innocently,” the SECOND you know there’s a problem, you deal with it.
    However, if they had done their engineering work to begin with, they would have realized that the lower pH of the water would be corrosive and cause leaching into the water.

  9. spikeline commented on (th)ink 8 months ago

    Here’s an in-depth Obituary/bio: http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/12/08/remembering-life-and-legacy-john-trudell-162697

  10. spikeline commented on (th)ink 8 months ago

    RIP, John Trudell. Your album, “Graffiti Man,” is a masterpiece of spoken word and music. both the stories of the personal and the big picture resonate. Worth checking out if you are not familiar. http://www.allmusic.com/album/aka-grafitti-man-mw0000072134
    “Rockin’ the heart
    Rockin’ the Res…”