More pics courtesy of Prince Williams of from the Birthday Bash, which I don’t care about covering since they consistently refuse to show the local media any love.

Anyway, Outkast hit up the Georgia Dome (or wherever it was) for the birthday bash.

And Pleasure P (formerly of Pretty Ricky) was also in the house with his man? I don’t even know who is who. Isn’t that terrible? Lol.

Photo by Prince Williams/

Why didn’t anyone tell me that R&B singers Joe and Chico DeBarge performed live in Atlanta this weekend? My heart hurt when I found out that I missed them in concert. Both of their albums are an essential part of my R&B Emergency Survival kit in the ride. I can’t leave home without it.

Anyway, the guys partied the night away at AG Entertainment’s Door 44 on Thursday, and your boy Prince Williams of was the exclusive photographer in the house.

Photos by Prince Williams/

Most of you know our friend Dorion from College Hill Atlanta. But some of you may not be aware that Dorion is very well endowed is a rising star in the industry with another reality series under his belt, various music videos and maybe a movie in the wings.

Early this morning, some fool hacked into Dorion’s cell phone and exposed Dorion’s nude pics, address book, and other private info on Dorion’s twitter page on the social networking site

The hacker also changed Dorion’s Twitter password so he couldn’t get into his own account.

Additionally, the hacker posted private telephone numbers of Dorion’s celebrity friends, and gay info on most of the heretofore unknown gay celebs such as Sammie (who knew?), and other celebs such as Trey Songz (we knew), Michael B. Cox (who didn’t know?), Tyson Beckford (chile), and Brian from Concrete Poop (ha ha ha).

Anyway, Dorion called into WVEE this morning to clear the air and give his side of the story. His twitter page is fixed now and all the smut and phone numbers are gone. But I preserved the numbers for posterity — even though I’m sure they’re all changed by now.

Some people are saying this is nothing but a staged publicity stunt orchestrated by Dorion. But I doubt it. Dorion could have done this a long time ago if he wanted to. Plus, he’s not the type to throw his celebrity friends under the bus. Anyway, this drama has scorned woman (or scorned gay man) written all over it.

Thanks to TalkingWithTami for the tip at 6:30 this morning!

Hopefully, smart people won’t be swayed by Barack Hussein Obama’s lies about keeping their private health insurance plans if his public option health care plan is voted in.

While campaigning back in 2008, Obama said he was a proponent of single payer health insurance. Today, he sings a different tune.

Additionally, I found this quote on a right wing political message board, but the poster didn’t provide a link. Anyway, the point is: BHO has been caught in yet another lie. So what else is new?

Last September Sen. Barack Obama promised that under his health-care proposal “you’ll be able to get the same kind of coverage that members of Congress give themselves.” On Monday, President Obama repeated that promise in a speech to the American Medical Association. It’s not true.

The president is barnstorming the nation, urging swift approval of legislation that is taking shape in Congress. This legislation — the Affordable Health Choices Act that’s being drafted by Sen. Edward Kennedy’s staff and the Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee — will push Americans into stingy insurance plans with tight, HMO-style controls. It specifically exempts members of Congress (along with federal employees; the exemptions are in section 3116)

Again I ask: why doesn’t Obama just reform Medicaid so those 45-50 million uninsured Americans and illegal immigrants can join instead of destroying the health care system as we know it in America?

The revolution currently taking place in Tehren, Iran now has a face and a voice. Her name is Neda Falehi. Neda was shot in the chest allegedly by a Basij (police) sniper, who fired upon the crowd as they peacefully demonstrated against the fixed elections held in Iran last week. She was only 16-years-old.

The video begins as a mortally wounded Neda slumps to the ground, assisted by her grieving father and a bystander. The men begin chest compressions to no avail. The sniper’s bullet likely tore through her heart and lung. Blood quickly fills up Neda’s lungs and pours from her nose and mouth. As Neda dies, a martyr is born.

Obama’s personal physician for 22 years, Dr. David Scheiner, adds his voice to the growing opposition to Barack Obama’s national health care bill.

Scheiner, 71, was Obama’s doctor from 1987 until he entered the White House; he vouched for the then-candidate’s “excellent health” in a letter last year. He’s still an enthusiastic Obama supporter, but he worries about whether the health care legislation currently making its way through Congress will actually do any good, particularly for doctors like himself who practice general medicine. “I’m not sure he really understands what we face in primary care,” Scheiner says. “He doesn’t see all the pain, it’s so tragic out here. Obama’s wonderful, but on this one I’m not sure if he’s getting the right input.” READ MORE…

Wow. If Obama’s own personal doctor opposes his ridiculous health care plan, why doesn’t Obama see that it won’t work?

Thanks to loyal reader BevG for the tip!

From Fox News:

The federal government is spending $423,500 to find out why men don’t like to wear condoms, a project government watchdogs say is a nearly-half-a-million-dollar waste of taxpayer money.

Researchers at Indiana University’s Kinsey Institute, with funding from the National Institutes of Health, are investigating why “young, heterosexual adult men” have problems using condoms. The study will include “skill-based intervention” to teach grown men how to use protection.

The first phase of the two-year study called “Barriers to Correct Condom Use” will be a simple Q&A, but doctors say the second phase will plumb uncharted territory.

“The second phase involves a laboratory study, and focuses on penile erection and sensitivity during condom application,” reads the abstract from Drs. Erick Janssen and Stephanie Sanders, both of the Kinsey Institute. READ MORE…