Archive for April, 2007

"Please Accept My Apology"

Friday, April 27th, 2007

That’s all I have to say about that.

In case you were wondering, I haven’t said or done anything requiring an apology, but its obvious to me, that the easiest way to get a lot of attention in the media is to come out publicly and apologize for your behavior.

So I did.

I am available for interviews. Please contact my publicist.

Forgetting His Roots?

Tuesday, April 24th, 2007

One of the most influential people in hip-hop industry, Russell Simmons, urged recording and broadcast industries to forbid the use of racist words such as “b**ch,” “ho” and “n***er” in all of the future recordings.In a statement released on Monday, Russell Simmons and Dr. Benjamin Chavis argue that words such as “ho”,”n***er” and “b***h” are derogatory and disrespect people’s suffering over the past few centuries.

“We recommend that the recording and broadcast industries voluntarily remove/bleep/delete the misogynistic words ‘bitch’ and ‘ho’ and the racially offensive word ‘n***er.’,” Simmons and Chavis said in a joint statement.

Hey, isn’t this the same guy that made his claim-to-fame with that series of insanely offensive Def Comedy Jam specials on HBO? I’m pretty open-minded, and can take almost anything that you can throw down the pipe, but the language on those shows and the sterotypical delivery of the performers on the show put this on my “must avoid” list of programs.

Hmmm, seems like he has no problem with such acceptablly standard expletives such as f**k, s**t, and c**t. I guess when you are an important media mogul, you gotta draw the line somewhere.

Yo… an idiot.

Stay Hungry

Wednesday, April 11th, 2007

Stay Hungry

“Grab life by the bone and chew away!”

Sending an Important Message

Monday, April 9th, 2007

Its a month later than intended.

Tomorrow I will be asking my supplier to cut me off. I am not going to ask for any more potential clients, and will be concentrating on working the clients I already have in my portfolio; as well as handling any responses to our direct marketing campaign.

The industry has changed dramatically over the last month or so, and while business has picked up, I’m not very optimistic on the way things are going. If I don’t shut off the flow of new leads, my rut continues to become more worn, and another week passes, and nothing effects the change I need.

This will cause other problems, but sometimes you have to make difficult decisions, go through pain and unexpected reactions, in order to come out on top.