Summer Time

March 17, 2010

Summer, summer, summertime.  Summer time brings joy to almost everyone, while winter only makes me sad.  That time of year is filled with sunny skies, packed pools, ice cream trucks, and parties galore.  Summer is the warmest and most relaxing time of year, following spring and preceding autumn.

                All hibernating animals travel back home when the warm summer days begin.  Summer is a very beautiful season and time of year.  Movies, malls, pools, parties, celebrations are some of the best things to do in this time of year.  There are many programs for the youth from summer school to summer jobs.

                Another great thing about summer time is the beautiful women change their wardrobe.  They change from being bundled up to wearing small, very small clothes.  From t-shirts and skirts, to tank tops and “booty” shorts.  Summer is a very beautiful season, very beautiful time of year.

                Summer time in America is like the Chinese New Year in China.  It is also as important and romantic as the Eifel Tower in Paris.  Summer time is a portal to a great year.  Many people sit outside drinking alcoholic beverages or smoking outside rather than in the house.  I think they do that because of the great weather and nobody wants to be in the house on a beautiful summer day.

                Party, party, party lets all get wasted.  You just read about why I love summer so much.  Why don’t you tell me about your favorite season.  You can even tell me about your favorite holiday.  I would be very delighted to hear from you.  By the way, have a great spring because summer will be here very shortly.


What is a man in America supposed to look like?  That is a question that most men in our country try to answer by going to the store and buying the most expensive items in the store.  I see that very often in my community.  That isn’t a very good society.  Men shouldn’t let expensive things or any material things determine the type of lifestyle they live.

          Also men have this persona that they must be “hard”.  That is why we don’t have many successful black males who portray positive figures in the community.  For instance a man gets into a conflict with another man the most adult thing to do is walk away.  But because men today are so young minded he might feel like a punk if he walks away.  Men need to step up and become better positive figures in the community.

          Another problem with men in society is the lack of men taking care of their children.  Most children grow up in a single parent home (mother).  Many kids need a father figure in their life because only you’re a father can teach you to be a man whether it be a good man or bad.   Some children act like it doesn’t matter if dad is there or not, but it really takes a toll on your life eventually.

          Well I hope some men read this entry and get inspired to change their lifestyle.  Coming from one man to the next step up, accept, correct, and move on.  Also “take care of them kids man I know you heard Obama”.


January 14, 2010

What stereotype do you think you fit in to?  Is it even alright to stereotype people from your first encounter with them?  I don’t think I fit into any stereotype.  I say that because I don’t stereotype people so why would I stereotype myself, even I did I still wouldn’t fit into any stereotype.  Some stereotypes are good while the others are not so good.  The joker and the big shot are the good and the rest are bad.  They help men’s self-image and esteem.  It helps them because they will work hard to portray those images.  Yes I do think these stereotypes are accurate of men in our society, however they left a couple of stereotypes though.  You shouldn’t stereotype people though because a person can act a certain way but be a totally different person.  That can cause some problems also.  If you see a person with holes in their shoes, dirty clothes on, and beer on his breath you would automatically assume that this person is a homeless crack head.  That man can be the wealthiest man in the world.  My mother once told me that you should never judge a book by its cover.  I did judge a book by its cover and the outcome wasn’t very pretty.  From that day forth I never did that again.  Some stereotypes help people become a better person.  For instance say someone wants to impress a girl who likes successful people, you are going to portray that successful person which eventually will inspire you to really want to be a successful person.