2] Nothing Like Neckbones (see pic) with potatoes before Game 5 of NBA Finals - on my stove.
3] Tiger is the MAN.
4] is this a fad, but my homeslice did a review of a poem had in a lit journal. Im flattered.
The strange thing is that there is this term, as well as the recognition of “hate the player, but not the game" yet the SELF proclaimed hatee, never abides by this credo for his intrinsic motivation is always selfish and seen at themselves. Bazaar aint it jones?
Now I aint gone Kierkegaard this shit, I mean this non empirical investigation is one of many subjective, yet topical realities that bewilders me (like vegetarians when our teeth are made to eat meat or how folk fail to see GOP and Donkeys as the same thing).
Yep it is not a lie; I hate players and haters, but not scholars and folk. I think there is a difference. I mean I hate the New York Yankees, but love baseball, does that make me a hater? To the two bit cathode ray tube inundated serf, it does. But such is that of the fk boy mentality. Or the racist mentality. Believe it or not, disliking the act has no direct bearing on the person. Least the way folk here see it. You can be a Dallas Cowboy fan, sit next to them, drink your liquor, root against their team and have much love for them the individual.
A step farther seems that they are always the same folk who calling other player haters. Unfortunately my name aint Milton Bradley or Parker brothers, so game playing unless on a field or with my kids is reserved for stadiums and TV for me. Life is too short, not to mention expensive. So feel free to call me a player hater for I have an official player hater degree (PHD), as well as maintain a pretty hard D***. My fault. Any who, with that said, I reserve my right to call folk or policies as being foul, lame, bull shit or by any other country proper nouns laced with explicatives at any time I objectively come to such a conclusin. And to honor Paul Harvey GOOD DAY.
Side Bar: Got my first 100 comment post, done had a many with 70,80, 90 but a break through so yawl read the comments to Real in the field to see what Sun Tzu was really all about. Warfare is won in the mind. Mind empowered with thought and not with empty words and rhetoric (mindless banter).