What's happenin'! How is your weekend going? After last weeks drama, I have been relaxing this weekend. Checked out the Hawks beating the Nets last night but other than that I've been in the house. What did y'all get into?
It's Super Bowl Sunday! Are you going to a party or watching the game with friends, what? I may be the only one but I enjoying watching the game at home by myself. No silly questions from people who don't really follow the game, no drunk people making an ass of themselves and blocking my view of the screen, and no overpriced watered down drinks. I'm not really a fan of either team but I've always been the type to root for the underdog. Therefore, I'm rooting for the Giants which is not easy for someone from Atlanta where we hate all NY teams. Who you got?
Like many of you, I am huge fan of The Wire. Although I am convinced that it will leave me longing for more after the final episode, I am thoroughly enjoying this season. The death of Prop Joe has me shook because he was one of my favorite characters. Loved the way he was able to make others do his bidding and still get his money. There are three characters that have got to fall before the end of this season for me to be happy:
Marlo - This dude has no redeeming qualities at all. Plus I'm still mad about Bodie.
Cheese - What did Alonzo say, "Unloyal, bitch-made motherfucker!" Joe should have got rid of his ass when Omar stole the stash.
Kenard - Krush loves the kids but I can't stand that little fucker. He has got to go!
As you know, I am an avid reader and always looking for a good book. Lately I have been extremely disappointed with the material on the shelves at my local bookstore. You might call me bougie or a snob but I refuse to read all this ghetto literature (bullshit is what I call it). The titles are even offensive to me. Between My Thighs: An Urban Erotic Tale, Tennis Shoe Pimp and Thug Matrimony are some of the better titles that I've seen recently. Are y'all ready this stuff? I've decided that I'm going to go back and read or re-read some of the classics from the Harlem Renessaince. If you can put me on to some good books, please do!