If You Want To Hide Something From a Nigga Put It In A Book

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fest readingWhen I initially began this journal, I started off by saying this would be for the 10 earthlings who still practice the lost art of reading. And while I must admit that my comments at their peak have reached 61, I think most of them just came for the Subway Beat Down Scene and not the actual words that were printed. I understand how reading can make most people sleepy, however your brain is a muscle, like any another part of your body that must be exercised in order to become strong.

Social Networking sites are not efficient aerobics for the brain. In fact, they may be just as mind-numbing as television. A book that I just finished reading is Blue Rage, Black Redemption: A Memoir of Crips Co-Founder Stanley Tookie Williams. Before that, I read The Watchmen. Before that, I read Heart of a Woman by Maya Angelou. So has my 10 year old son.

Recently, I did an Original Vs. Game on Twitter where I was comparing books, hoping that my audience would be able to hang with me. Not Edgar Allen Poe or Shakespeare, easy shit: 48 Laws of Power vs. The Secret, Art of Seduction vs. Art of War but all most of ya’ll niggas knew was 48 Laws Of Power, and could only remember three of the laws, but raved about how dope the book was. Today I asked my son, what did he think was the best way to people to start reading? His reply was, “It’s easy, make the pictures move.” HE’S A FREAKING 10-YEAR-OLD!!! So right here and now, I am opening the floor to suggestions on the best way to renew this generation’s love of reading. Hell, let’s start a Hip Hop Book Club! I’m down.

El Che

Filed in: Commentary • Tuesday, March 31st, 2009

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By Judith Yisrael on September 23rd, 2009 at 1:29 am

We need to read.. Especially the Bible so we know WHO WE ARE and WHY WE ARE IN THIS STATE that we are today.

CHAPTER 5

AIT

I noticed Melissa had a tattoo of a rose on her right foot. The rose had her name in the stem; it was actually kind of cute. Melissa told me that it was her very first tattoo. Her ex-boy friend picked it out for her. That’s when I told Melissa that the tattoo was beautiful. It brings attention to her sexy feet.

Bingo!

Melissa was impressed that I even noticed her feet. She said that I was the first guy to ever compliment them.

“Oh really…” I thought

I slipped off one of Melissa’s stilettos and began to kiss her foot softly.

I nibbled on her big toe and licked around the instep. Then I gently grazed my tongue across the arch of her foot.

By the time I looked up at Melissa, she was sitting on the bed with her eyes closed and her head tilted back. I assumed Melissa was enjoying her little pampering. I wanted to go further…

I took Melissa’s pinky toe and swirled my tongue around it. Her other toes became jealous so I sucked them accordingly. I wanted to go further…

Melissa started panting heavily. I was almost afraid she was going to bite her lips off. I worked my tongue up her ankle and caressed her calf. I had to go a little further…

Melissa already said that we weren’t having sex. I didn’t know what to think when she opened up her thighs. I pressed my face in between her skirt and allowed my tongue to slip inside her fur. I needed to go further…

Melissa wasn’t sure anymore. She pretended not to look while I ravished the inside of her box. Her pussy was pink like the Panther. When I licked the right spot, Melissa grabbed the back of my head with authority! I think I may have gone to far…

Melissa’s juice began to run down the side of my mouth. The more I swallowed the wetter she became. It had only been four minutes and her legs were starting to shiver…that’s when I stopped.

I wasn’t about to let Melissa cum in my mouth and leave me hanging. I made that mistake at six-teen. Never again.

Once I stopped licking, Melissa threw a tantrum.

She yelled, “No Poppi! What the fuck are you doing!?”

I quietly pulled out my dick, placed on a condom and kissed Melissa on her mouth. When Melissa put her arms around me I eased myself inside of her.

“We aint fucking huh?” I laid into Melissa like she owed me rent from last month. I could feel her vagina crack open as I went deeper and harder.

Melissa’s face turned bright red. I could see every erotic thought she was having. The bed was rocking so hard that the walls began to snow. That’s when I noticed Karen.

Karen was still on the bed sleep. The harder I fucked Melissa the more Karen’s ass would jiggle. Melissa was getting so much dick, she didn’t notice that I …..

YES…MY RETARDED ASS SIGNED UP

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By Average White Dude on April 26th, 2012 at 10:01 pm

Im white but had a similar conversation with a black friend recently. I was talking about the Art of War and what you can gain from it…His response was something like “That sounds like 50’s book”. Ive read pieces of 50 Cents book so I just let him know that 50’s book was basically a rewritten version of The Art of War. He likes to read so he said he would grab that when he finds it.

But I find that all races have trouble with reading these days. Stupidity knows no race, religion, creed, or anything.

Found your blog when searching for a quote I heard awhile back when a man said “If you want to hide the secret to eternal life, write it in a book”. Kinda sad that the only search results that came up were related to black people. Keep on writing and reading man.

Peace. The ability to engage black people to read is a combination of true content in both writing, pics & video.It is more important to understand why black people dont like to read.

 

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Che Smith is a revolutionary artist, writer, and activist. Popularly known as Rhymefest, the South Side Chicago native has been a trailblazer in music, television, and politics.