Category: Public relations

LeBron James: The Resuscitator

The Cav’s look scary.  Should LBJ bring a title to Cleveland not only would this become an historic event for a dead city he would then have nothing more to prove by staying, LeBron James would then be considered, in chess terms, a “Knight” for hire. LeBron James: The Resuscitator  LeBron James: The Liberator of Dead and lost Cities.

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The Majors & The Ostrich

Everybody has the unthinkable happen to them throughout the course of their lives. Whether it be an outlook on life, children or adults who experience some sort of violation opposed on them against their will such as a sex act, finding themselves homeless or going without food and being hungry.  One can order a deal of a meal when at their

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The Winner Is…

 So what my lips are like soup coolers.  They get the job done.  I haven’t any complaints either. Hey, I’m a good guy and far from being a dog of a man on any level.  Life is complicated enough don’t you think?  The Winner Is… I just like to have my options open before making the wrong decision.  I don’t

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Azealia Banks: Real Recognize Reel

Azealia Banks: Real Talk Passionate Thought.  Analyze Azealia’s outlook on troubling and disturbing issues such as Industry Politics, Music, Cultural Smudging and a acquired Harlem state of mind, taste. Truly, a Harlem Café treat. Below is HarlemATL’s take on portions of her interview which barely gives her the credit and the respect to the depth she deserves as a conscious Harlem Queen whom

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Ferguson: Michael Brown, Civil Unrest & Change

CNN televised the fiery passionate expression of a people in great despair. Poor people, angry, disenfranchised citizens of Missouri, Ferguson living and witnessing the American experiment. It was a day of shame that imbrue the fabric of our national conscious.  This greasy spot will be forever burned on the entire nations memory.  Malcolm X, my

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On This Day Of Shame

Day Of Shame On this day of shame, I’d like to remember all the people, all the entire cultures that are extinct; wiped out, removed from this earth just because they are different.  The gratitude and appreciation has been noted of those that have sacrificed their lives so that others could feast and be merry.

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DSD Podcast Radio: Real Talk, Real People On Real Issues

  Real Talk On Real Issues – Be Heard  Dial In: 657-383-0995 Every Sunday DSD 14 Real Talk, Real People on Real DSD Podcast. Keeping it Real & Dirty – Kick it with Scout Smith, Christy Harvey, HarlemATL Show Topic: “It’s The Economy, Stupid.” On Down South Dirty Podcast. (Archived) 11/14/14 – Sunday @ 1:30pm

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Jimmy Jam

Years ago when I worked for New York City Department of Corrections as a Dietary Aide I had the pleasure to meet a man name James aka Jimmy Jam. James, a cooks helper worked from can’t see morning to can’t see night. Overtime was Jimmy’s girlfriend. We worked the 3am – 12pm shift at the

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