Wednesday, July 18, 2012

The End of Love Affair

It’s so sad that my love affair has now officially come to an end.

It was rumored for years that my beloved didn’t want my love or my support.

Sadly, today… it was proven.

Chick-fil-a came out and proudly said they are pro-family, pro-traditional marriage, and has no problem saying their chicken is not the gay.

I do love my chick-fil-a sandwich. I do love the great customer service, I do love the barbecue and Polynesian sauces, and I do love the great cow mascot commercials, but I will kill that cow dead before I support him again!

My coins will not got to support any one who feels I should be denied basic American civil liberties. 

Monday, July 16, 2012

Jack'd killed the ATL Club Scene?

Atlanta has changed so much in my ten years here… To be honest, Atlanta has changed immensely since I started this blog six years ago. Sadly, I cannot say all of the changes are for the best.

Six years ago, I had to fight to get from one house party to the next. And each party was quality! Great food, plenty of drinks…

Today, house parties are in short supply.

Additionally, Atlanta was a city known for club life. Ten years ago, there was a nightspot for each night of the week.

Saturday belonged to Traxx.
Sunday was a choice between Chaparral and the Lion’s Den.
Monday was the Monday Night Show with the Star’s of the Century.
Tuesday also belonged to Traxx.
Wednesday was the Marq.
Thursday was Bulldawgs.
Fridays was Colors.

Today, as shocking as it is, there is no Saturday nightclub for men of color in the A.

How did it come to this?

The economy has killed the house party scene and social networking has put clubs out of business.

Why spend money on an outfit, entry, and drinks to meet a good jump off when Grindr and jack’d put the men right at your fingertips?

Monday, July 9, 2012

New York Times' Review of Frank Ocean's Channel Orange

It is okay to be gay but is it profitable?

As most readers know, I live for Sunday’s New York Times and yesterday’s issue contained a review of Ocean’s forthcoming album Channel Orange.

I was pleasantly surprised that the review made no mention of his sexuality. That is exactly how it is supposed to be.

Ocean should not be defined by his sexuality but by his artistry.

I don’t  know, however, if many straight hip hop fans will support his work.

As for me and my purse, however, multiple copier will be purchased.

To read the review of Channel Orange, check out: