So, I went to go see the Oz the Great and Powerful on St. Patrick’s day to stay in the festivities of being Green for the day with my Team Girlfriends and I must say it was a tad bit boring. The main characters of the movie was James Franco as Oz, Michelle Williams as the Good witch, Mila Kunis as the witch who wasn’t for sure about herself, Rachel Weisz who was the bad witch (I’m thinking Evil E) and Zach Braff the monkey. There were some really good points in the movie. My fist great point that almost had me in tears is when Oz saved the little porcelain doll by putting her arms back together as well as her legs and at the end of the movie when everyone in Oz thought he was running for the hills, when he was really creating a diversion to become the Great and Powerful Oz, now I was standing on my seat cheering for him to defeat the evil witches and silly Mila Kunis who could not act if someone paid her 1 million dollars. Miss Kunis ruined the movie for me and if I had to do my St. Patrick’s day all over again me and my girlfriends would have not went to go see Oz. Sorry Mila I think you need to go back to acting class and pick up some drama techniques.
In the words of Nicki Minaj: If I showed up to a photo shoot and they had a spread of clothes that looked like the clothes were cheap and they had a jar of pickle juice to give me, of course I would walk out…If I don’t think I am worth the fancy clothes spread with the baddest shoes and a meal fit for a QUEEN then I would be just like everyone else eating and drinking the FU*#EN pickle juice!!! What’s your PRICE TAG????
Good Morning, I am asking all of my follwers to use #SkidRowEaster all day TODAY on your soical media (twitter,facebook, instagram) so the local businesses in Los Angeles will donate to the LA Mission. Today the #losangelesmission is providing a Easter meal to the homeless and and Easter basket to all children who wouldn’t received one. Remember #SkidRowEaster will donate $$ to the LA Mission. Spread the word!!!
I was very excited to see the new cast, and the new show The Game on BET on Tuesday night at 10pm and it was above and beyond my expectations. The show started off with firing Darwin Davis the all American receiver, who was supposed to be untouchable until the Sabers got the 1st round draft pick Bryce Blueprint Westbrook (Jay Ellis) who is much faster, running a 4 flat and very controlled by his father and according to John Singleton, “the man who is going to change the face of football.” Now we still have Miss Tasha Mack (Wendy Raquel Robinson), who is still Hot Mess but hanging in there with Mr. Pookie until Old Foxy shows up at her door, Oh boy you should have saw her jaw hit the floor…now that was too funny and I know her sacks didn’t look like bags of money…LOL!!!! The New cast member Lauren London was pretty good, she did better than I expected but I could still see Nu-Nu from ATL in her part on the game. Miss London you need to step yo game up before your agent Ceirra steals your spot light. Between her dancer calves, her wide bootee, and her swag she was definitely the surprise for the night and as for Malik Wright (Hosea Chanchez) please don’t go back to being the JackAss of the show, I enjoyed last season Malik with a conscious. Now, I know I did not talk about Brandy (as Chardonnay) and Jason Pitts (Coby Bell) but it will be more reviews coming since The Game is on every Tuesday nights at 10pm on BET channel 63 if you have Charter Communications.
Came across this information about fibroids and had to share it….
A college professor sat down with her doctor after another one of her annual Exam. She didn’t know much about fibroids when the gynecologist told her she had “at least one” growing inside her uterus the size of a tennis ball perhaps. “For now, let’s just watch it,” her doctor said. The professor trusted her doctor, who explained medical issues in a frank, matter-of-fact way. However, her doctor said that if the fibroids continued growing, She would need a hysterectomy.. The room went dark, and all the following words began to fade into the background. The professor suddenly felt she was under attack. She was afraid of fibroids. She feared cancer. She didn’t want surgery. She didn’t want to lose her uterus. She wanted children. Feeling helpless, the professor burst into tears.
How many of you have been told this information after one of your gynecology appointments?
If you did, you may have been shocked to learn that most women have or are currently suffering from a host of reproductive “dis-eases”. Fibroids, and ovarian cysts have unfortunately become the norm in modern society. Fibroids are small, noncancerous growths that appear in the vast majority of female uteri.
They can grow to produce extremely bothersome symptoms such as bleeding, pain, or infertility, which can drastically lower a woman’s quality of life, and in many cases, making simple activities almost unbearable.
It is estimated that 40 percent of “African American” women, will suffer from fibroid tumors before menopause. Is it genetics? Have women always encountered these problems? Girls today experience menses much earlier than girls just a decade or two before. Women are experiencing longer menstrual cycles, heavy bleeding, sever bloating, emotional turmoil and tremendous pain.
Many of these fibroid tumors surpass the size of a grapefruit or a three-month-old fetus. Many women suffer for years under this torment. Over time, fibroid tumors can lead to anemia. In addition, increased vaginal discharge and pain during sexual intercourse, discomfort during urination, constipation, backache, kidney obstruction, and can cause miscarriages.
Gynecologists will typically recommend either a myomectomy or a hysterectomy. Most doctors prefer the latter because it is easier for them to remove the entire uterus. The former, they say, requires too much work and is laborious, as they remove each individual tumor (which could be hundreds). Many doctors value their time over your body parts and ultimately hormone imbalances. The US currently leads the world in performing hysterectomies. There are more than 550,000 performed annually, yet only 10 percent are performed for cancer. One-third of American women by the age of 60 have had a hysterectomy.
Unfortunately, many women never find out the root cause of their problem. They simply adhere to being rushed into surgery because the problem has become life threatening. What caused the tumors? Did our ancient ancestors suffer in this way? The answer is “No”
The problem begins at infancy when baby girls are fed cow’s milk or formula rather than breast milk. Processed milk accelerates growth in humans while causing many health issues such as bronchitis, asthma and digestive problems.More important, milk and other dairy products have an excessive amount of casein. This ingredient is used to make glue. If you rub the fibroid tumors, they are almost as hard as rocks. Dairy, hydrogenated oils, and sugar is placed in almost everything. Are ice cream, milk, cheese, and other dairy products really worth the accelerated deterioration of the women’s womb, resulting in radical surgeries? Do we love these unhealthy foods more than our uterus?
A recent study from Boston University has even found evidence linking hair relaxers to uterine fibroid tumors and early puberty. This is one of the few industries that is not regulated by the FDA. The culprit is toxins.
There is no surgery that can replace the benefits of time, commitment, diet and lifestyle change. Dedication is required to shrink and eliminate the tumors, and save the uterus. The key to saving our wombs isn’t simple, but it can be done. 1. Remove the toxins with herbs, clay, vaginal steaming and skin brushing. 2. Nourish the body with electrical foods, herbal infusions, and tonics. 3. Revitalize your cells. Get moving. Yoga, walking, dancing and swimming are all helpful in maintaining overall wellness and most importantly BREATHE and get plenty sunlight. Remember, these tumors are a result of decades of abuse, consuming denatured, processed foods filled with harmful chemicals
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