Friday, April 13, 2007


Why did Imus lose his job, and Rosie still has hers?

Why did Imus lose his job, and Ward Churchill still has his?

Why is First Amendment Freedom of Speech taking a back seat to race baiters Sharpton and Jackson?

Best original song at the 78th academy awards (2005) was "It's hard out Here for a Pimp" by Djay and Shug.

Here are some of the lyrics Hollywood elites praised and honored:

Man it seems like I'm duckin dodgin bullets everyday
Niggaz hatin on me cause I got, hoes on the tray
But I gotta stay paid, gotta stay above water
Couldn't keep up with my hoes, that's when shit got harder
North Memphis where I'm from, I'm 7th Street bound
Where niggaz all the time end up lost and never found
Man these girls think we prove thangs, leave a big head
They come hopin every night, they don't end up bein dead
Wait I got a snow bunny, and a black girl too
You pay the right price and they'll both do you
That's the way the game goes, gotta keep it strictly pimpin
Gotta have my hustle tight, makin change off these women, yeah

[Chorus 2X: Shug - singing] + (Djay)
You know it's hard out here for a pimp (you ain't knowin)
When he tryin to get this money for the rent (you ain't knowin)
For the Cadillacs and gas money spent (you ain't knowin)
[1] Because a whole lot of bitches talkin shit (you ain't knowin)
[2] Will have a whole lot of bitches talkin shit (you ain't knowin)

Hooray for Hollywood. Did ya miss this one Sharpie and Jackson?

To think the best original song in 1984 was "I Just Called to Say I Love You" by Stevie Wonder.

It gets even better. You can find these lyrics at (my bold). Irony abounds.