Celebs Out & About: Christina Milian, Sean Combs, Cassie, Rita Ora

Christina Milian

Singer Christina Milian received her first perfect 10 after her ‘Dancing With The Stars’ performance on Monday. But the perfect score wasn’t enough to save her from being booted off the show. Christina is seen arriving on the set of ‘Dancing with the Stars’ in Los Angeles, CA.
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Cassie Ventura

Rap mogul Sean Combs, aka P. Diddy, and his faithful, long-suffering girlfriend Cassie Ventura (pictured above) dined out at Hakkasan Restaurant in Beverly Hills, California last night.
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Rita Ora

British singer Rita Ora and her boyfriend Calvin Harris (not pictured) dined out at Hakkasan in Beverly Hills, California Monday.
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155 Responses to “Celebs Out & About: Christina Milian, Sean Combs, Cassie, Rita Ora”

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    kahmmillion says:

    Womp, womp, womp….Christina tried singing it didn’t work, she tried marriage it didn’t work, now she tried dancing and that also didn’t work. What is Christina good at? :think:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    What is Christina good at?
    ________________

    You know what it is. That’s why she gets passed around. They promise her a hit she takes the dack.

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    Rita Ora looks just looks, no words to explain.

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    Smonae says:

    I guess Diddy women just wait their turn huh :shrugs:

    Rita just blah

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    EyesofScorpio says:

    I like Rita’s shoes.

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    Ty says:

    Ty says:

    I am amped about it too OTB. Was excited about the Gods of Egypt til I found out it was an all white cast. They are doing their best to phuck up the little history that we have left. So glad they’re petitioning the movie :smack: Hell Texas is teaching their students that the slaves were interns :huh:
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    From an early age, we are incredibly prone to the images thrown in our direction from a many different ones, eventually shaping the way we look on the world and ourselves. The blunt westernization of African gods displayed here is without a doubt, shameless in its own right, and will not be accepted nor tolerated. This is an element of storytelling that has gone on for far too long, and must be put to rest as timely as possible. I try to imagine a reality in which Roman Gods are portrayed as Chinese, but my mind just simply won’t allow it.”

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    I would take my time pleasuring Cassie. Good lawd.

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    :think:

    I thought the other side of Cassie’s head was shaven. Is this pic inverted?

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    WUT U GONE DO WITH THAT LIL THANG?!! :rofl: says:

    :think: It tooo much happening with all of what Orta Rita( or whatever her name is) has on..tooo much I can’t look at it all at once…

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    *does the prep*

    RHOH comin own tonight! :woohoo:

    Rita so blah :yawn:

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    oh & GM erryones! :waves: <—Cassie's missing hair she keeps cutting

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    RHOH comin own tonight
    ____________________

    I can’t wait! Hey Fay!!!

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    Poor Christina :lol:

    She’s also good at :blow:

    I’m sure most would enjoy that.

    Rita looks so bland.

    I like Cassie’s shirt with a pair light washed jeans. :)

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    Hell Texas is teaching their students that the slaves were interns

    :blink: TF!

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    The Pearl! says:

    Rita’s torso looks long as FUKC!!!!!

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    Caramel Rain says:

    Cassie and Christina could be sisters. They are both very beautiful.

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    Brownskin! :dance:

    guhl i caint wait! that damn show had me ROLLIN! wonda how it’s gwan be wiffout Robin. :think: i liked him on the show, but i’m confident it will still be funny sans Robin :nun:

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    Smonae says:

    Hey purty Fay :waves:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    Who’s going to see 12 yrs of a slave? I want to see it but then I don’t. I f I couldn’t handle the first ten minutes of The Butler, I know I could’nt handle this movie.But I keep hearing good reviews about it.

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    Ty says:

    @ Fay yeah chile:
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    The Texas Board of Education has drawn scrutiny in recent years for its efforts to revise its curriculum to favor more conservative-friendly versions of history and science. After revising textbooks last year to emphasize Christian influences on the Founding Fathers and introduce Intelligent Design to biology classes, the Board voted nine to zero today to change official nomenclature regarding slavery. In Texas, students will now be taught that slaves were not kidnapped and exploited against their will, but were actually “unpaid interns.”

    “While African workers were not compensated monetarily,” the new curriculum guidelines acknowledge, “by working outside picking cotton, they gained valuable career experience and were provided with ample networking opportunities.”

    Charlie Schuster, a three-term board member from Dallas, introduced the motion. For the incredulous Schuster, the idea that the Founding Fathers were involved in a system of owning fellow humans simply was too much to believe. “Either the Founding Fathers were divinely-inspired statesmen,” said Schuster, “or they endorsed slavery. That’s a pretty glaring contradiction. So obviously slavery didn’t exist.”

    “Sure, these plantation interns had it harder than today’s modern college students,” Board of Ed member Alan Wixom told Newslo. “They didn’t have coffee breaks, they couldn’t goof around on Facebook, they were frequently beaten within an inch of sweet merciful death — but they made lifelong connections and built some strong resumes in the process. Not to mention the acclaimed music they were encouraged to write!”

    Schuster’s motion reportedly included several primary source documents provided by revisionist historian David Barton, which lent credibility to the Board’s interpretation of slavery. One of the documents — a diary entry supposedly written by a slave in Virginia — proudly describes the glowing letter of recommendation he was given by “the man with the bullwhip.”

    But the Board’s critics were vocal in their opposition to the changes. “Look at this garbage,” said education activist Javier Narilla, reading from the new curriculum. “‘History textbooks should mention that the international slave trade was merely an early precursor to modern study abroad programs.’ This is the law now.”

    Added Narilla, “I hate this state.”

    Whether liberal or conservative, political and pedagogical experts agree that the implications of this decision are monumental, Texas State Senators are already considering legislation that would award slaves retroactive college credit in lieu of reparations.

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    What is Christina good at?

    imma take bein cute for $1000 Alex :nun:

    won’t she akkin tew? :think:

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    Smonae says:

    Pearl I agree and she dont have no hips so she just looks weird as phuck to me in her suit :huh:

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    Smonae says:

    Ty that is just sickening :wtf:

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    SnootyPooty1 says:

    Hello everyone,

    Texas has taken Thomas Jefferson out of the school text books and the slave trade. Cassie is so pretty.

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    Who’s going to see 12 yrs of a slave?

    :nono: if ion see ANOTHA slave-ass movie for the ness TEN years imma be fine!

    why foe come be dont have a biopic of Harriet Tubman doe? played by :think: Whoopie

    isn’t her story heroic & impoetant enuff?

    the original ride or die chic :nun:

    make it happen Oprah! :whip:

    on the real i wanna see more flicks about CURRENT/not so distant past SUCCESSFUL non-slave themed movies about our ppl. sick of the shuckin & jivin hollywood keeps putting out right now. it’s like yeah u got a blk Pres, BUT dontchu get forget we just letchall off the plantation :kona:

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    Ty says:

    @ Smonae whats more sickening is that the shyt was approved :smack:

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    Miany says:

    Ga baby if u wear the corset while working out….wear a tight one for at least 6 hours a day and u will lose water weight in those areas…it’s slimming around the waist if u work witg it…I wear mine while running :hug: used to wear it all the time u saw the pic….it hurt a lil at first tho :tea:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    @Ty, that story. SMH That’s why we have to teach our children our history also, I remeber when I was in high school, the history book only had one paragraph on black history.

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    Fayla&BrendenSittinInATreeW-H-I-P-P-I-N-GWhipfinity :whip: says:

    Hell Texas is teaching their students that the slaves were interns

    :blink: TF!
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    That was for satire. :lol: I posted that a few weeks ago…

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    Ty says:

    why foe come be dont have a biopic of Harriet Tubman doe? played by :think: Whoopie
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    because it will dispute everything that they are trying to implement. Surely they could’ve just left since it was an internship where “they gained valuable career experience and were provided with ample networking opportunities.”

    :sarcasm:

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    Ty says:

    @ Razzle I thought so too until the NY TImes and Huffington Post ran the story saying it was backed by the Tea Party. The entire slave trade is being disputed :rolleyes:

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    Smonae says:

    Mainy

    Where u order your corset from :think:

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    *adds TX to my FCK YEW list* :rules:

    that is a DISGRACE & I wanna do bodily harm to Charlie Schuster. :shank:

    u do NOT reduce the HELL my ppl went thru so trivially. FCK YEW FOR LIFE MF :shotsfired:

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    Smonae says:

    How the hell can they dispute it :shrugs:

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    Smonae says:

    Now this the type of chit Jesse and AL need to be marching and clowning about :mad:

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    why yaw wake up the angry post-racial beast in me! :crying:

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    Ty says:

    Just like they disputed the Black Wall Street :rolleyes:

    Can you imagine how prosperous some of those businesses would’ve been today :cry:

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    Ty says:

    @ Razzle I thought so too until the NY TImes and Huffington Post ran the story saying it was backed by the Tea Party. The entire slave trade is being disputed :rolleyes:
    ——–
    Say haaan? :blink:

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    Diva says:

    Man, I just don’t care™ says:

    I would take my time pleasuring Cassie. Good lawd.
    ———————
    :gossip:

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    TY

    BWS gives me the SADS when i think about it. just like Rosewood.

    they gwan learn tho, WATCH! :nun:

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    Ty says:

    Just like they disputed the Black Wall Street :rolleyes:

    Can you imagine how prosperous some of those businesses would’ve been today :cry:
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    I was taught very little of it if any after we moved to Kansas.. :(

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    2know the ledge excuses are for the weak says:

    cassie is cute, christina can get it :hump:

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    Ty says:

    @ Razzle from Huffington Post. Check the NY Times too

    #food4thought
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    A little more than a year after the conservative-led state board of education in Texas approved massive changes to its school textbooks to put slavery in a more positive light, a group of Tea Party activists in Tennessee has renewed its push to whitewash school textbooks. The group is seeking to remove references to slavery and mentions of the country’s founders being slave owners.

    According to reports, Hal Rounds, the Fayette County attorney and spokesman for the group, said during a recent news conference that there has been “an awful lot of made-up criticism about, for instance, the founders intruding on the Indians or having slaves or being hypocrites in one way or another.”

    “The thing we need to focus on about the founders is that, given the social structure of their time, they were revolutionaries who brought liberty into a world where it hadn’t existed, to everybody — not all equally instantly — and it was their progress that we need to look at,” Rounds said, according to The Commercial Appeal.

    During the news conference more than two dozen Tea Party activists handed out material that said, “Neglect and outright ill will have distorted the teaching of the history and character of the United States. We seek to compel the teaching of students in Tennessee the truth regarding the history of our nation and the nature of its government.”

    And that further teaching would also include that “the Constitution created a Republic, not a Democracy.”

    The group demanded, as they had in January of last year, that Tennessee lawmakers change state laws governing school curricula. The group called for textbook selection criteria to include: “No portrayal of minority experience in the history which actually occurred shall obscure the experience or contributions of the Founding Fathers, or the majority of citizens, including those who reached positions of leadership.”

    The latest push comes a year after the Texas Board of Education approved revisions to its social studies curriculum that would put a conservative twist on history through revised textbooks and teaching standards.

    The Texas revisions include the exploration of the positive aspects of American slavery, lifting the stature of Jefferson S. Davis to that of Abraham Lincoln, and amendments to teach the value of the separation of church and state were voted down by the conservative cadre. Among other controversial amendments that have been approved is the study of the “unintended consequences” of affirmative action.

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    Just like they disputed the Black Wall Street
    _____________________________

    Not too many people know about that to this very day. If that had not have happened…man oh man. Those businesses would be a force to be reckoned with.

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    Fay :thinking: :pizza: i look at it a lil different.. a lot of kids dont know how bad it was for peepah :no: don’t know at all because they haven’t been taught it. I see it on the board often when a younger poster comes through..saying Black ppl need to stop pulling the race card and such :no:

    When we were growing up you could catch Queen or Roots or the like..at least once a year now :shrug:

    I think the movie market is big enough to show the entire Black diaspora because that IS our story too, slavery an struggle and progress.. We cant have our complete history without all those stories.

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    Miany says:

    Smonae I got it from a store in international mall I think its cslled….down in miami off of the 826 and flagler….spanish lady gave me a nice thick rubber one…bout $70 (cheaper than these chicks be slangin em) official :thankyou:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    But did did yall know that’s where THe GAP band got their name from? In honor of the names of the streets and victims Greenwood Archer and Pine.

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    Ty I just saw it.. WTF… Tessas is seeeew screwed.. and the people probably don’t care to check them on it either.

    SMH

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    MsB2u says:

    rita looks a hot mess

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    Sandra Rose says:

    kahmmillion says:

    What is Christina good at? :thinking:
    ________________

    Christina has that “look” that opens doors in Hollywood. You know, the Beyonce Gold Standard that all other women are judged by. :coffee:

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    spanish lady gave me a nice thick rubber one…bout $70 (cheaper than these chicks be slangin em) official :thankyou:
    ————-
    :lol: if I didn’t know what oyu were talking about I’d assume you were talking about a strapon… :rofl:

    :kona:

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    <—–

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    I think the movie market is big enough to show the entire Black diaspora because that IS our story too, slavery an struggle and progress.. We cant have our complete history without all those stories.

    :hug: agreed! BUT where’s the balance? i never EVER want us to forget, but i need us to have that balance. show us NOW being prosperous. hell they can start with Judy Smith, the chic Olivia Pope/Scandal is based off of. I’d SEW be here for that :nun:

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    Smonae says:

    49 Brownskin Cutie (Carrington’s E-boo) says:

    But did did yall know that’s where THe GAP band got their name from? In honor of the names of the streets and victims Greenwood Archer and Pine.
    ———-

    Learn something new every day :yes:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington’s E-boo) says:

    But did did yall know that’s where THe GAP band got their name from? In honor of the names of the streets and victims Greenwood Archer and Pine.
    ————-
    You dropped a bomb on me… baby you dropped a bomb on me.. :whistle:

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    OTB

    <—– :rofl: dontchu start paintin them damn nails! :chase:

    oh & i'm finna email yew :pc:

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    Miany says:

    Oh and until some for real black folk get to tell yhe for real for real stories. …our history in this country will forever be lost…that’s why I say fugg Columbus. …momma hates when I say it but I’m over the Catholic church until they formally acknowledge they were wrong for implementation of blacks as slavea after the native Americans were killed off by the people who “discovered” this great nation. ..I’m thru with em all cuz they lack respect or regard for AFRICANS but dare u not acknowledge the hollacaust :tea:

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    Ty says:

    that’s why I say fugg Columbus
    ____________
    :cosign: How is he going to discover some shyt when people were already here :chase:

    @ Brown :cheers:

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    I was out yesterday and folks were all like “Happy Columbus Day :hi:

    Me: :rolleyes: :tea:

    Yt Chick: :eek: OMG!

    Me: :tea:

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    oh yaw tambout columbus dirty ass??

    check this out! :blink:

    Once again, it’s time to celebrate Columbus Day. Yet, the stunning truth is: If Christopher Columbus were alive today, he would be put on trial for crimes against humanity. Columbus’ reign of terror, as documented by noted historians, was so bloody, his legacy so unspeakably cruel, that Columbus makes a modern villain like Saddam Hussein look like a pale codfish.

    Question: Why do we honor a man who, if he were alive today, would almost certainly be sitting on Death Row awaiting execution?

    If you’d like to know the true story about Christopher Columbus, please read on. But I warn you, it’s not for the faint of heart.

    Here’s the basics. On the second Monday in October each year, we celebrate Columbus Day (this year, it’s on October 11th). We teach our school kids a cute little song that goes: “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue.” It’s an American tradition, as American as pizza pie. Or is it? Surprisingly, the true story of Christopher Columbus has very little in common with the myth we all learned in school.

    Columbus Day, as we know it in the United States, was invented by the Knights of Columbus, a Catholic fraternal service organization. Back in the 1930s, they were looking for a Catholic hero as a role-model their kids could look up to. In 1934, as a result of lobbying by the Knights of Columbus, Congress and President Franklin Roosevelt signed Columbus Day into law as a federal holiday to honor this courageous explorer. Or so we thought.

    There are several problems with this. First of all, Columbus wasn’t the first European to discover America. As we all know, the Viking, Leif Ericson probably founded a Norse village on Newfoundland some 500 years earlier. So, hat’s off to Leif. But if you think about it, the whole concept of discovering America is, well, arrogant. After all, the Native Americans discovered North America about 14,000 years before Columbus was even born! Surprisingly, DNA evidence now suggests that courageous Polynesian adventurers sailed dugout canoes across the Pacific and settled in South America long before the Vikings.

    Second, Columbus wasn’t a hero. When he set foot on that sandy beach in the Bahamas on October 12, 1492, Columbus discovered that the islands were inhabited by friendly, peaceful people called the Lucayans, Taínos and Arawaks. Writing in his diary, Columbus said they were a handsome, smart and kind people. He noted that the gentle Arawaks were remarkable for their hospitality. “They offered to share with anyone and when you ask for something, they never say no,” he said. The Arawaks had no weapons; their society had neither criminals, prisons nor prisoners. They were so kind-hearted that Columbus noted in his diary that on the day the Santa Maria was shipwrecked, the Arawaks labored for hours to save his crew and cargo. The native people were so honest that not one thing was missing.

    Columbus was so impressed with the hard work of these gentle islanders, that he immediately seized their land for Spain and enslaved them to work in his brutal gold mines. Within only two years, 125,000 (half of the population) of the original natives on the island were dead.

    If I were a Native American, I would mark October 12, 1492, as a black day on my calendar.

    Shockingly, Columbus supervised the selling of native girls into sexual slavery. Young girls of the ages 9 to 10 were the most desired by his men. In 1500, Columbus casually wrote about it in his log. He said: “A hundred castellanoes are as easily obtained for a woman as for a farm, and it is very general and there are plenty of dealers who go about looking for girls; those from nine to ten are now in demand.”

    He forced these peaceful natives work in his gold mines until they died of exhaustion. If an “Indian” worker did not deliver his full quota of gold dust by Columbus’ deadline, soldiers would cut off the man’s hands and tie them around his neck to send a message. Slavery was so intolerable for these sweet, gentle island people that at one point, 100 of them committed mass suicide. Catholic law forbade the enslavement of Christians, but Columbus solved this problem. He simply refused to baptize the native people of Hispaniola.

    On his second trip to the New World, Columbus brought cannons and attack dogs. If a native resisted slavery, he would cut off a nose or an ear. If slaves tried to escape, Columbus had them burned alive. Other times, he sent attack dogs to hunt them down, and the dogs would tear off the arms and legs of the screaming natives while they were still alive. If the Spaniards ran short of meat to feed the dogs, Arawak babies were killed for dog food.

    Columbus’ acts of cruelty were so unspeakable and so legendary – even in his own day – that Governor Francisco De Bobadilla arrested Columbus and his two brothers, slapped them into chains, and shipped them off to Spain to answer for their crimes against the Arawaks. But the King and Queen of Spain, their treasury filling up with gold, pardoned Columbus and let him go free.

    One of Columbus’ men, Bartolome De Las Casas, was so mortified by Columbus’ brutal atrocities against the native peoples, that he quit working for Columbus and became a Catholic priest. He described how the Spaniards under Columbus’ command cut off the legs of children who ran from them, to test the sharpness of their blades. According to De Las Casas, the men made bets as to who, with one sweep of his sword, could cut a person in half. He says that Columbus’ men poured people full of boiling soap. In a single day, De Las Casas was an eye witness as the Spanish soldiers dismembered, beheaded, or raped 3000 native people. “Such inhumanities and barbarisms were committed in my sight as no age can parallel,” De Las Casas wrote. “My eyes have seen these acts so foreign to human nature that now I tremble as I write.”

    De Las Casas spent the rest of his life trying to protect the helpless native people. But after a while, there were no more natives to protect. Experts generally agree that before 1492, the population on the island of Hispaniola probably numbered above 3 million. Within 20 years of Spanish arrival, it was reduced to only 60,000. Within 50 years, not a single original native inhabitant could be found.

    In 1516, Spanish historian Peter Martyr wrote: “… a ship without compass, chart, or guide, but only following the trail of dead Indians who had been thrown from the ships could find its way from the Bahamas to Hispaniola.”

    Christopher Columbus derived most of his income from slavery, De Las Casas noted. In fact, Columbus was the first slave trader in the Americas. As the native slaves died off, they were replaced with black slaves. Columbus’ son became the first African slave trader in 1505.

    Are you surprised you never learned about any of this in school? I am too. Why do we have this extraordinary gap in our American ethos? Columbus himself kept detailed diaries, as did some of his men including De Las Casas and Michele de Cuneo. (If you don’t believe me, just Google the words Columbus, sex slave, and gold mine.)

    Columbus’ reign of terror is one of the darkest chapters in our history. The REAL question is: Why do we celebrate a holiday in honor of this man? (Take three deep breaths. If you’re like me, your stomach is heaving at this point. I’m sorry. Sometimes the truth hurts. That said, I’d like to turn in a more positive direction.)

    Call me crazy, but I think holidays ought to honor people who are worthy of our admiration, true heroes who are positive role models for our children. If we’re looking for heroes we can truly admire, I’d like to offer a few candidates. Foremost among them are school kids.

    Let me tell you about some school kids who are changing the world. I think they are worthy of a holiday. My friend Nan Peterson is the director of the Blake School, a K-12 school in Minnesota. She recently visited Kenya. Nan says there are 33 million people in Kenya… and 11 million of them are orphans! Can you imagine that? She went to Kibera, the slum outside Nairobi, and a boy walked up to her and handed her a baby. He said: My father died. My mother died… and I’m not feeling so good myself. Here, take my sister. If I die, they will throw her into the street to die.

    There are so many orphans in Kenya, the baby girls are throwaways!

    Nan visited an orphanage for girls. The girls were starving to death. They had one old cow that only gave one cup of milk a day. So each girl only got ONE TEASPOON of milk a day!

    After this heartbreaking experience, Nan went home to her school in Minnesota and asked the kids… what can we do? The kids got the idea to make homemade paper and sell it to buy a cow. So they made a bunch of paper, and sold the paper, and when they were done they had enough money to buy… FOUR COWS! And enough food to feed all of the cows for ONE FULL YEAR! These are kids… from 6 years old to 18… saving the lives of kids halfway around the world. And I thought: If a 6-year-old could do that… what could I do?

    At Casady School in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, seemingly “average” school kids raised $20,000 to dig clean water wells for children in Ethiopia. These kids are heroes. Why don’t we celebrate “Kids Who Are Changing the Planet” Day?

    Let me ask you a question: Would we celebrate Columbus Day if the story of Christopher Columbus were told from the point-of-view of his victims? No way!

    The truth about Columbus is going to be a hard pill for some folks to swallow. Please, don’t think I’m picking on Catholics. All the Catholics I know are wonderful people. I don’t want to take away their holiday or their hero. But if we’re looking for a Catholic our kids can admire, the Catholic church has many, many amazing people we could name a holiday after. How about Mother Teresa day? Or St. Francis of Assisi day? Or Betty Williams day (another Catholic Nobel Peace Prize winner). These men and women are truly heroes of peace, not just for Catholics, but for all of us.

    Let’s come clean. Let’s tell the truth about Christopher Columbus. Let’s boycott this outrageous holiday because it honors a mass murderer. If we skip the cute song about “In 1492 Columbus sailed the ocean blue,” I don’t think our first graders will miss it much, do you? True, Columbus’ brutal treatment of peaceful Native Americans was so horrific… maybe we should hide the truth about Columbus until our kids reach at least High School age. Let’s teach it to them about the same time we tell them about the Nazi death camps.

    While we’re at it, let’s rewrite our history books. From now on, instead of glorifying the exploits of mass murderers like Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar, Genghis Khan, and Napoleon Bonaparte, let’s teach our kids about true heroes, men and women of courage and kindness who devoted their lives to the good of others. There’s a long list, starting with Florence Nightingale, Mahatma Gandhi, Rev. Martin Luther King, and John F. Kennedy.

    These people were not adventurers who “discovered” an island in the Caribbean. They were noble souls who discovered what is best in the human spirit.

    Why don’t we create a holiday to replace Columbus Day?

    Let’s call it Heroes of Peace Day.

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    Ty says:

    Second, Columbus wasn’t a hero. When he set foot on that sandy beach in the Bahamas on October 12, 1492, Columbus discovered that the islands were inhabited by friendly, peaceful people called the Lucayans, Taínos and Arawaks. Writing in his diary, Columbus said they were a handsome, smart and kind people. He noted that the gentle Arawaks were remarkable for their hospitality. “They offered to share with anyone and when you ask for something, they never say no,” he said. The Arawaks had no weapons; their society had neither criminals, prisons nor prisoners. They were so kind-hearted that Columbus noted in his diary that on the day the Santa Maria was shipwrecked, the Arawaks labored for hours to save his crew and cargo. The native people were so honest that not one thing was missing.

    Columbus was so impressed with the hard work of these gentle islanders, that he immediately seized their land for Spain and enslaved them to work in his brutal gold mines. Within only two years, 125,000 (half of the population) of the original natives on the island were dead.
    __________
    Welcomed his azz with opened arms to THEIR land and he used and enslaved them. Then confiscated their land :shotsfired:

    That’s why I purchase books not published in the US so I can read the truth :rolleyes:

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    BUT where’s the balance?
    _____________

    The bottom line is the balance. Tyler Perry makes a certain kind of culture movie and those ppl attracted to it go see it..rarely do you see whites in there right? Most of the mainstreamers are not really attracted to that story. Chit a lot of us arent either.

    Some ppl like to assuage their guilty feelings by patronizing this kind of film. Also slavery has had kid gloves. 12 yrs a slave seem to be one of the more true to life tellings.

    But sister I feel ya. :fistbump: We just have to support when these things take flight…I feel bad but I will not go see Zoe Saldana as Nina Simone. Sorry.

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    Have yall seen the dvd Hidden Colors? If not, please watch it. Very informative

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    Welcomed his azz with opened arms to THEIR land and he used and enslaved them. Then confiscated their land :shotsfired:

    That’s why I purchase books not published in the US so I can read the truth

    guhl he was a fuggin MONSTER! & these were his own words, so WTF does this country continue to celebrate this brute? yeah i’m sure we ALL know the answer to that! :tea:

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    EyesofScorpio says:

    the Lucayans, Taínos and Arawaks shoulda :shank: that azz right off the boat….

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    I feel bad but I will not go see Zoe Saldana as Nina Simone

    :eek: that’s really gwan happen?? for shame :no: i like Zoe, but for real?? Nina?? nah son

    Brownskin

    Have yall seen the dvd Hidden Colors? If not, please watch it. Very informative

    what’s it about? :popcorn:

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    :grill: Knowed all them Colombo facKs.

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    the Lucayans, Taínos and Arawaks shoulda :shank: that azz right off the boat…

    :shank: EOS they aint eem KNOW! chit is awful bc those ppl were under the impression that columbus ‘nem were HUMAN when they were actually INHUMANE. ugh & how he described them as such a lovely ppl RIPE for fckin over & wiping off the planet for his financial gain. the devil is a damn LIE :twisted:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    what’s it about?
    ________________

    The untold story of history of people of color all around the world.

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    Knowed all them Colombo facKs.

    bc u is schmaht, kind, AND impoetant! :nun:

    mmhm

    america’s history is SEW dark! *shudders*

    it’s current aint all that bright neeva doe :kona:

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    EyesofScorpio says:

    :hi:
    @Fayla- I know they didnt know, just wish they woulda’…

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    How about Mother Teresa day?
    ___________

    :nun: That author is merely glazing over what needs to be said..

    Florence Nightingale, Mahatma Gandhi, Rev. Martin Luther King, and John F. Kennedy<—these ppl are all some form of "minority". Duh. They cant be great because the ppl who write textbooks and the like wont let them.

    Except John. Oh America loves that Catholic. After he is dead. :yes: Funny when you dead how ppl start listening.. :whistle:

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    Ty says:

    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington’s E-boo) says:

    what’s it about?
    ________________

    The untold story of history of people of color all around the world.
    __________
    Does it talk about how all ethnic groups derived from Africa :thinking: I think I watched that with my youngins if so :shrug:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    Does it talk about how all ethnic groups derived from Africa
    __________________________________

    Yep

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    this bitch! :blink: this hoe mad bc i use our filtered water for the coffee & ice cubes.

    fck yo country ass trick! :slapahoe:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    fck yo country ass trick! :slapahoe:
    _______________________

    Please get out of militant mode :hug:

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    bc u is schmaht, kind, AND impoetant!
    _____________

    Because I am nosey to a fault and have always been thirsty for more story more. :eek: :snort: I :heart: history. The attraction is integral to my sign supposedly and I am definitely affected.

    And I tend to think in terms of “fairness” and “whats fair” a whole lot. Middle child syndrome. :ashamed:

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    Miany says:

    Taínos and Arawaks
    ^^^^^those would be the inhabitants of my country n shiiiiii before my people came over as slaves n shiii since Columbus exploited hispaniola

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    Do she purchase the wata with her own funds or something :blink:

    Tell that hoe to move around. Fore you do it for hurr.

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    Ty says:

    OutsidetheBox says:

    Do she purchase the wata with her own funds or something :blink:

    Tell that hoe to move around. Fore you do it for hurr.
    __________
    IKR :chase:

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    :woohoo:

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    Please get out of militant mode

    :hahaha:

    oh u caught that huh? :ashamed: it dont eem take much! :no: <—smh

    OTB

    fck naw! that's why ion undastand why she mad bc i DEW. i mean she takes offense, like "we used regular water at the other office" :rollseyes:
    but we aint HAVE no filtration system at the other office. i'm irritated like chit! :chase:

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    Miany says:

    Oh and until some for real black folk get to tell yhe for real for real stories. …our history in this country will forever be lost…that’s why I say fugg Columbus. …momma hates when I say it but I’m over the Catholic church until they formally acknowledge they were wrong for implementation of blacks as slavea after the native Americans were killed off by the people who “discovered” this great nation. ..I’m thru with em all cuz they lack respect or regard for AFRICANS but dare u not acknowledge the hollacaust
    ___________________

    How bout they are even the real Jews, but that’s another story :tea:

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    goat76 says:

    Sheeeit What’s Happening?!?!

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    Are you guys interested in your genealogy? :heart: I love the PBS show who do you think you are. :lol: Damn if most of us dont end up coming from whites tho. :eek:

    Ive seen only a few that were traced back to West Africa.

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    Hey Goat!!!! :hug:

    Fayla I’m giving you one more hug :hug: Don’t let the pigs upset you!!!!

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    Thats why them funky bishes cant get wet right. And always got bubble guts. Nasty asses. I bet she pick her ice up off the floo’ too. :blink:

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    NOW this mf gwan comment on the link columbus link i shared tambout but he brought them JESUS

    today aint the day fck boy. me & him been needing to have this confrontation anyway. why ppl always wanna try me. ion fck with ppl gyat DAYUMB

    :angry:

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    Thats why them funky bishes cant get wet right. And always got bubble guts. Nasty asses. I bet she pick her ice up off the floo’ too. :blink:
    ———–
    :rofl:

    Always hollerin LUBE!

    What’s the name of that personal lubricant they were advertising for the 40+ women on teebee?

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    but that’s another story
    ____________

    :yes:

    :facepalm: <–our ancestors.

    :hahaha: Can you imagine, knowing history as it truly was and having to see your generations stumble/struggle thru a different version? :no:

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    Miany says:

    Oh and until some for real black folk get to tell yhe for real for real stories. …our history in this country will forever be lost…that’s why I say fugg Columbus. …momma hates when I say it but I’m over the Catholic church until they formally acknowledge they were wrong for implementation of blacks as slavea after the native Americans were killed off by the people who “discovered” this great nation. ..I’m thru with em all cuz they lack respect or regard for AFRICANS but dare u not acknowledge the hollacaust

    oh. so whatchu sayin is yeen neva gwan be coo wiff the Catholic Church huh? i get it :hug: bc THAT chit aint NEVA EVA gwan happen. we’ll get reparations in this country 1st!

    Jen :hug: sup buttacup

    Thanks Brownskin! :hug:

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    Hey Goat! :wave:

    My Gators tho :facepalm: Lost another for the season.

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    Miany says:

    :hug: faye woosah
    :waves: hey everyone

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    I bet she pick her ice up off the floo’ too.

    :ghost:

    my bew u don’t forget SHAT & i luuubs yew for dat! :fistbump:

    nassy bastids!
    ____________________
    Razz

    1st comment:

    he brought jesus too dont leave that out, i guess the lawd told him to take the land kill the men and rape the women and slave those who survive….. real facts **** the suger coat

    2nd comment

    what bibles you think they brought the indians? smh and black people was brought here in cloth and chains on a boat named jesus dont try to exclude this this is a known fact

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    Miany :happy:

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    KABYEYOU says:

    1. Cassie
    2. The Dreams Baby moms
    3. Rita

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    Not a boat named Jesus. :dead:

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    If they knew the true descendant of Jesus :nun: chile this is why I loves the old testament :nun:

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    OTB

    i thank Molly (really synthetic green) den fugged his head up :no:

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    If they knew the true descendant of Jesus

    Jen,

    some of us want to hate Jesus so bad, for the life of me i cannot figure it out! :no:

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    I truly want to take up a class reading Hebrew ….. I’m tired of reading a translation ….. I need to know for myself :tea:

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    Ty says:

    If they knew the true descendant of Jesus
    __________
    :yes: Some of DeDe’s font have some truth but her approach is wrong :coffee:

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    Fayla&BrendenSittinInATreeW-H-I-P-P-I-N-GWhipfinity :whip: says:

    If they knew the true descendant of Jesus
    Jen,
    some of us want to hate Jesus so bad, for the life of me i cannot figure it out
    _____________________

    Chile :nun: pray for em …… Jesus is my lord and savior chile ….. and no one :stop: will not tell me different

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    Ty says:

    jeniefrumdabloc says:

    I truly want to take up a class reading Hebrew ….. I’m tired of reading a translation ….. I need to know for myself
    ____________
    Get outta my head Jenny :chase: I so want to read the Book Of Mary not translated

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    Ty says:

    If they knew the true descendant of Jesus
    __________
    :yes: Some of DeDe’s font have some truth but her approach is wrong :coffee:
    _________________

    I loves the nick name :hahaha: but yes …. but sometimes she be on some more stuff…. Jesus loves us all and come to us all…. it up to you to accept him :nun: I have witnessed to much to deny my
    Jesus :happy:

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    I truly want to take up a class reading Hebrew ….. I’m tired of reading a translation

    yes GOD! :nun:

    we are >HERE<

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    the Book Of Mary

    :eek:

    do WUT nah?? :blink:

    i’ve read the book of Enoch :nun:

    but the Book of Mary?? :pc:

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    Chile that Hebrew :tea: you have to read from right to left…. the opposite direction from how we read …. and its written with no vowels :blink: tough stuff indeed :yes:

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    goat76 says:

    :wave: Brownskin Cutie!!!

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    Razz u & OTB tho?? :dead:

    he not ready! <—K Hart voice

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    Apparition says:

    Christina looks like Lark Vorhees before she turned into Michael Myers.

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    Y’all should peep the new up and coming rapper I just shared on my page rapping about being the truff. The rawest of them all. :yes:

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    In 1940 suntin they discovered the dead sea scrolls, which had the oldest copy of the old testament :yes: not much was changed from it…… this is why I feel its important to read and study the old testament….. now that new testament :tea: well most of it was written in Greek ,,,, welp them damn greeks was a bunch of queens chile… no disrespect but hunny……. God wasn’t playing during the old testament….. it was when he came in the form of man :tea: chile let me stop …… for someone come on the board :kona:

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    Christina looks like Lark Vorhees before she turned into Michael Myers.

    :ghost:

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    goat76 says:

    OutsidetheBox says:

    Hey Goat! :wave:
    My Gators tho :facepalm: Lost another for the season.
    ————————————
    Hey OTB!! :wave:
    I ain’t even going to rag on the gators. We got to take one game at a time. Y’all takin loses but y’all will still be dangerous come November 30.
    NOLES!!!!

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    for someone come on the board
    ___________________________

    I have my anointing oil. Let the Lord use ya (in my church mothers voice)

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    :rofl:

    he said the bih 800 years old! :rofl:

    but he tryna clown the BIBLE!?! :hahaha:

    :dead:

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    Chile I am cooking Chilli tomorrow :nun: bought my ingredients

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    Ty says:

    @ Fay:
    ________________
    The Lost Books of the Bible

    Book Descriptions
    A Partial List

    The Books Of Adam And Eve
    Of all the Lost Books of The Bible, The First and Second Books of Adam and Eve contain, perhaps, the most evidence of paranormal and supernatural occurrences recorded. The Books of Adam and Eve are considered to be the work of unknown Egyptians. Parts of the books can be found in the Talmud, the Koran and elsewhere. This proves that The Books of Adam and Eve played a vital role in the original literature of early humans. The influence of the Books of Adam and Eve can be traced through the large number of versions that exist in the writings of the Greeks, Syrians, Egyptians, Abyssinians, Hebrews and other ancient cultures and races. The story of Adam and Eve has been handed down through the ages with little or no change what so ever. The original manuscript was written in Arabic and was then translated by Dr. E. Trumpp, a professor at the University of Munich. It is divided into two parts, the First and Second Books of Adam and Eve. An extensive List of the paranormal events found in the Books of Adam and Eve are as follows.

    The General Epistle of Barnabas
    Clemens Alexandrinus, Origen, Eusebius, Jerome and many other ancient church authorities deem the General Epistle of Barnabas canonical and genuine. Dr. Bernard Sullivan, a professor at Oxford University believed The General Epistle of Barnabas to be genuine and that it was read widely in the churches at Alexandria. It is supposed to have been written by Barnabas, an apostle and companion of Paul. It is considered to have been written before the Epistle of Jude and the writings of both Johns. Archbishop Wake, Dr. S. Clarke, Vossius and Dupis also declared it to be genuine. The paranormal occurances of The General Epistle of Barnabas are as follows.

    The First Epistle Of Clement To The Corinthians
    Clement was a disciple of Peter. According to Eusebius, The Epistle of Clement was publicly read in the early church. It is found in one of the ancient collections of Canon Scripture. The Epistle of Clement was rejected by early church fathers because they claimed it did not honor the Trinity doctrine. The First Epistle Of Clement to the Corinthians is a letter written to the congregation of Corinth. In the letter, Clement chastises the congregation for some member’s sedition and blasphemy. The First Epistle of Clement was translated by Archbishop Wake from the ancient Greek copy of the Epistle. The original Greek version is found at the end of the Alexandrine manuscript of the Septuagint and New Testament that was presented to Charles The First. It is now in the British Museum. Clement writes of many miraculous events in his First Epistle to the Corinthians. These supernatural events are recorded below.

    The Epistles Of Jesus Christ And Abgarus, King Of Edessa
    In the 4th Century, Eusebius, Bishop of Caesarea, in Palestine, confirmed that he had found the Epistles of Jesus Christ And Abgarus, King of Edessa in the public registers and records of the city of Edessa in Mesopotamia. It was written in the Syriac language. Although they are considered Apocryphal, the erudite Grabe, Archbishop Cave, Dr. Parker and other church men tried strenuously to have the Epistles admitted into Scripture. The Epistles contain two letters. The first is a letter written by King Abgarus to Jesus asking for his help. The second is Jesus’ reply to the King.
    The letters concern the supernatural healing powers of Christ.

    The Book Of Jasher
    The Book of Jasher is an ancient Hebrew manuscript. It is mentioned twice in the Bible. In the book of Joshua we find mention of The Book of Jasher at Joshua 10: 12 Then spake Joshua to the LORD in the day when the LORD delivered up the Amorites before the children of Israel, and he said in the sight of Israel, Sun, stand thou still upon Gibeon; and thou, Moon, in the valley of Ajalon.13 And the sun stood still, and the moon stayed, until the people had avenged themselves upon their enemies. Is not this written in the book of Jasher? So the sun stood still in the midst of heaven, and hasted not to go down about a whole day. 14 And there was no day like that before it or after it, that the LORD hearkened unto the voice of a man: for the LORD fought for Israel.
    Jasher is also mentioned in 2 Samuel 1:17 And David lamented with this lamentation over Saul and over Jonathan his son:18 (Also he bade them teach the children of Judah the use of the bow: behold, it is written in the book of Jasher.) The Book of Jasher provides insight into the historical period from creation through the time of Joshua. This book has never actually been “lost”; it has been kept from public view for centuries and has been published very rarely until now. The Book of Jasher was said to have been found in Jerusalem during its capture by Titus. In 1840, many experts such as Professors Nordheimer, Turner and Bush of New York City proclaimed the English translation of The Book of Jasher, in general, a correct translation from the Hebrew. Although most people believe that a man named Jasher wrote the book, the Hebrew word Jasher means straight or upright. Therefore, the translated name of this book would be The Book of the Straight or Upright.
    The supernatural and miraculous events recorded in The Book of Jasher are listed below.

    Gospel of the Birth of Mary
    The Gospel of the Birth of Mary, attributed to St. Matthew, was considered genuine and authentic by many of the ancient Christian sects. The Gospel is mentioned by several of the church fathers, including Jerome, Epiphanius, and Austin. One of the so- called Lost Books of the Bible, The Gospel of the Birth of Mary was rejected during the formulation of the Bible by various edicts and councils of the early Church. Dissension, personal jealousy, intolerance, persecution and bigotry among the churchmen contributed to the evolution of the Bible, as we know it today. As an effect of the in-fighting among the churchmen, writings of a pure purpose and sincerity have been omitted from the Bible text. Often it is expressed, by sincere seekers of the truth, a desire to know more about the Virgin Mary and her life. The Gospel of the Birth of Mary fulfills this desire. The following comparisons of scripture taken from the Bible and the Gospel of the Birth of Mary prove the authenticity of the information contained in the Gospel of the Birth of Mary written by Matthew.

    Letter of Herod To Pilate The Governor
    The letters of Herod and Pilate definitely connect the death of Christ to Roman History. Three of these letters can be found in the British Museum in a Syriac MS written in the sixth or seventh century. The letter of Herod to Pilate The Governor gives us a detailed overview of what befell Herod after the crucifixion of Christ. The following excerpts from the letter show how the divine judgments of a supernatural God are carried out.

    Letter of Pilate To Herod
    The following letter written by Pilate the Governor of Judea is in response to the letter written by Herod in which Herod describes all the ills that have befallen him and his household since the crucifixion of Christ. Pilate speaks of the many supernatural occurrences he himself had confirmed concerning the death and subsequent resurrection of Jesus.

    The Death Of Pilate, Who Condemned Jesus
    In this account of the death of Pilate, it is related that Tiberius Caesar, being very ill and not knowing that Jesus had been put to death, sends an attendant to Pilate to tell him to send the physician, Jesus, to him as quickly as possible.
    When Caesar hears of the crucifixion of Christ, he commands Pilate be brought to him and Pilate is condemned to death.

    The Epistle of Pontius Pilate
    The Epistle of Pontius Pilate was written to Tiberius Caesar, Emperor of Rome concerning the crucifixion of Christ Jesus. In the Epistle, Pilate speaks of supernatural events connected with the death of Christ.

    The Report Of Pilate The Governor
    Concerning Our Lord Jesus Christ; Which Was Sent To Augustus Caesar, In Rome
    Pilate sent this letter to Caesar in Rome. It is his private report of the occurrences surrounding the crucifixion of Christ. In this letter Pilate reports to Rome on the supernatural happings associated with Christ’s death.

    The Trial And Condemnation Of Pilate
    The Trial and Condemnation of Pilate is often referred to as the Paradosis of Pilate. Many scholars believe it to be a continuation of The Epistle of Pontius Pilate. This letter pertains to a discourse between Pontius Pilate and Caesar and the events that take place during this time. Many paranormal events occurred during their discussion and the subsequent condemnation and execution of Pilate.

    The Report of Pontius Pilate to Tiberius
    The Report of Pontius Pilate to Tiberus was regarded as genuine by the early church fathers. It consists of a letter written by Pontius Pilate, Procurator of Judea, to Tiberius Caesar, the Emperor of Rome. The letter goes into great detail about the circumstances of the crucifixion of Christ and events immediately following Christ’s death.
    In this letter, Pontius Pilate, an eyewitness to these events, relates many of the miracles performed by Christ. But, most importantly, it describes in detail the supernatural happenings at the time Christ was crucified.
    Presented below is evidence of the anomalies that were seen and witnessed by Pontius Pilate as related to Tiberius.

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    Brown :rofl: Chile why I said your comment in my grandmother’s voice lol

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    Fayla&BrendenSittinInATreeW-H-I-P-P-I-N-GWhipfinity :whip: says:

    Christina looks like Lark Vorhees before she turned into Michael Myers.
    :ghost:
    _________________

    Who said this :crying1:

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    Brownskin Cutie (Carrington's E-boo) says:

    @Jenie :hahaha:

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    cougar lover says:

    :zzz: back from my nap. still woke up on the bratty side of the bed :wail:

    *checks to see who was fonting heavy, then all of a sudden stops after my font* so i can put them on…..my…..list!! (dean davenport voice) :rofl:

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    Never in my wildest dreams :whistle: Chile bumping Brandy album :headphones:

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    OutsidetheBox says:

    :dead:

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    imma just have fun, fugg it! :2dance:

    thank you TY! *copies & pastes* :pc:

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    Who Dat says:

    Christina looks like Lark Vorhees before she turned into Michael Myers.
    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
    Go STRAIGHT to HELL.

    Imma get fired.

    :dead:

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    Ty says:

    @ Yall give us one :popcorn: Auntie must be back at Lenox with the Rush Card :rofl:

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    *sits back, puts feet up*

    OKayyyy, we can discuss
    hmmmmmmmmm

    :stop: Wait, did Kdub see :shocked: the Mimi post yet? :thinking:
    #itwasntme :D

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    cougar lover says:

    :D

    lemme stop so i can font another day. i know sandra doesn’t like unnecessary manufactured crises on her blog.

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    The chick that acts like she has gold albums and ish, got cut from L&HH… :lol:

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    :lol: Cougar, you STILL trying to get the crowd going yo? :rofl:

    :hug:

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    @Fay and that train wreck of a post.

    I’m still baffled at how the queen of England is 800+ yrs old and how she ordered Christian ministries in the Americas and other parts of the world.

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    Apparition says:

    :newpost:

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    cougar lover says:

    i gots to stir the pot sometimes :hahaha:

    niccas on here tryna white font me. thee very idea…. :cuss:

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