Friday, June 23, 2006


"10,000 angels to the left of me.
10,000 angels to the right of me.
Who can harm me."

-Count BassD

What wonder has transpired this day! Life is far from perfect. But my knowing is that this is the top, nonetheless.

What has become of quality & equitable black-on-black service? From the fish house to the hot chicken shack, teen lawnmower service to graphic design firm, customer satisfaction seems to be a limited concept anymore.

It never used to be the way - you know? Like in our grandparents generation (those 25+). Patrons were greatly respected in the barbershops, beauty shops and service stations (Clarksville Highway Service Center), common black businesses years back. Is there a Code of Black Professional Ethics that we never got schooled on? Primarily my generation, but stemming from the baby-boomers.

Main Entry: 1ser·vice
Pronunciation: 's&r-v&s
Function: noun
Etymology: Middle English, from Middle French, from Latin servitium condition of a slave, body of slaves, from servus slave
-Merriam-Webster Online

Listening to: "Doomsday", MF DOOM
"Able to drop today's math in the 48 keys of life" (Ref. please???)


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