Jarome Iginla: Soul On Ice

Posted in 1987 Edmonton Oilers, 2004 Stanley Cup Playoffs, blog roll, Blogroll, Calgary Flames, Craig Conroy, Edmonton Oilers, Grant Fuhr, Iggy, Iggy Pop, Jari Kurri, Jarome Iginla, Kamloops Blazers, Martin St. Louis, Mike Marden, Mikka Kiprusof, Nikolai Khabibulin, Paul Coffey, Ruslan Fedotenko, Tampa Bay Lighting, Vincent Lecavalier, Wayne Gretzky, Willie O'Ree on May 14th, 2008 by Ron Glover

(sharkspages.com)Calgary Flames Jarome Iginla

Calgary Flames superstar right winger Jarome Arthur-Leigh Adekunle Tig Junior Elvis Iginla is the shining light in a sport that has literally known no Darkness. To many Blacks in the United States the sport of hockey falls in the same category as NASCAR or any sport that we have yet to dominate. Iginla is hockey’s first true dominant Black player since Edmonton Oilers goalie Grant Fuhr.

And at his current pace he isn’t done spreading his story or dominance throughout the NHL.

This is for you Michelle!

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This Shit Ain’t Cute!

Posted in AJC, Barack Obama, Curious George on May 14th, 2008 by Michael Tillery

Are you serious? But I thought we’ve come so far?

Sent this from Miranda who is just as disgusted as I am. I couldn’t imagine living in the area where these shirts are sold outside of a bar. People listen, there some things that change but a lot is going to stay the same. We can only hope that the good people out there of all races understand what’s at stake in November.

How in the hell can they want George Bush 3?!? Remember 4 dollars for gas is not far from 10. Don’t think it’s beyond the realm of possibility.

Christian Boone of the AJC wrote a piece on this in today’s edition.