Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Another week, another month

Another week, another month. La di da. I got "He's Able" by Deitrick Haddon starting off tonight on Windows Media. I know most of y'all caught the debates last Friday night. In my humble opinion, McCain went out like a punk. If you noticed during the debates, when McCain talked about Obama, he never looked at him. He always mentioned him in third person talking down on him. Obama actually looked at McCain stating his point. He even a few times talked to McCain directly. Also, did it seem to anybody else that McCain always tried to go for the cheap laugh? Maybe it's just me. All I know is, if I was, which I'm not, but if I was a McCain supporter, I would've lost so much respect for him because of the debates. Your opinions are welcomed.

An oldie but goodie is playing now. "Order My Steps" by GMWA Women of Worship. Lately I've been studying the Bible more than I've ever have. I strongly urge anybody to study Matthew 24. In that chapter, it clearly tells you what's going on in the world today and what's going to happen later. "Don't Be A Fool" by Elle Es is on now. Btw, Brianna if you're reading this, your mixtape is off the chain. Now back to what I was saying. The Bible talks about studying to show yourself approved. Just something to think about. For those who know and have studied Matthew Chapter 24, I just got one question, Are you ready?

"Every Time" by CeCe Winas is playing now. Speaking of wrestling, I watched the Mr. Perfect DVD, although it was on dailymotion.com. Besides that, I think it was a well made DVD. Of course I didn't see all the extras, but the main, I guess you can say, documentary, was good. The roughest part of the whole thing for me was when it got to the part where Curt Henning passed away. I can't imagine being a father burying a son. If I ever have a son, I know I wouldn't want to go through that, God willing. It's like what Denzel Washington said in the movie John Q when they were contemplating on pulling the plug on his son, "I'm not going to bury my son. My son's going to bury me." When I get the money, I'm definitely going to get the Mr. Perfect DVD. I think any fan of pro wrestling/sports entertainment should get it also.

"Seated At The Right Hand Of God" by Tye Tribbett and GA is playing now. So I haven't done a video and/or podcast in a long time. Anybody got something they would like me to talk about or do a video about? Hit me up. I'm fresh out of ideas to be honest with you. I see some of my old videos on youtube, I start to think, how in the world did I get 45 subscribers? It's mind boggling to me. The people on LiveVideo must be smart because I hardly get any views on there. I also only got 7 subscribers, yet I only get like 3 views per video. That's odd.

"Stretch Out Your Hand" by Ricky Dillard is playing now. Well I probably could think of more to write, but I don't want to. I'm glad you y'all read my blog. I know there's others out there but you happened to read mine. That's awesome. Be back next week God willing.

Be blessed,

Daniel aka Big d

Monday, September 22, 2008

Sorry it took so long

Starting off this blog with a song that was ringing in me after Sunday morning service at the church, "No Weapon" by Fred Hammond. The song is based from Isaiah 54:17 (KIV) which says, "No weapon that is formed against thee shall prosper; and every tongue that shall rise against thee in judgment thou shalt condemn. This is the heritage of the servants of the LORD, and their righteousness is of me, saith the LORD." Powerful verse, and powerful song. So anyway, sorry for the long break between blogs. It's hard coming up with subjects to talk about when you're not a big news watcher. It's hard for me to watch CNN, Fox News, etc because of all the hyprocrisy that goes on. I can't stand that stuff. Either way, let's see if I can figure out somethin for this blog.

"Rain On Me" by Bryon Cage is playing now. Another good song. So most of you that are reading have seen the new pic that I've posted. It's my default MySpace (where this is originally being typed) and FaceBook. I'm surprised it didn't get any comments. I'm guessing it proves Proverbs 18:24a which says, "A man that hath friends must shew himself friendly." It the midst of looking for that verse, "I Honor You" by Bishop T.D. Jakes started playing.

I'm drawing a blank people. I literally can't think of anything else to write about. To the people reading on Live Video, let me come clean. You know those lurkers that never come in and chat? hehe, sorry! I'll try to do better the next time.

"You Can" by Dorinda Clark-Cole is playing now. Ah, now I got something. The track I'm listening to now is produced by J. Moss, who is Dorinda's cousin. J. Moss is an excellent producer. He can also sing, but he's an overrunner. What I mean by that is that he seems to think, the more he runs, the more love he gets from his audience. Example? Well I'm glad you asked. His song, "Praise On The Inside" is an awesome track. Yesterday in the morning, Sunday morning, I was watching Gospel Music Channel, and low and behold J. Moss came on with a live performance of "Praise On The Inside." I changed the channel within 30 seconds because the runs were so irritating. Now don't get me wrong. I love runs. The late Rev. James Moore was the king of them, but if you feel that your voice is not secure enough to sing without runs, then how in the world did you get a record deal? That's exactly why I'll never own a Rance Allen CD. FYI, if you don't know what I mean by runs or running in a song, it means...well i don't know the webster's definition.

In the midst of trying to find a definiton a song has played and a song is playing. The song that played was "On Time God" by Dottie Peoples. The song playing now is "Perfect Peace" by Sammy Young. Now "This Is The Day" by Fred Hammond is playing. Before I another song sneaks up on me, Dad just came back home from work and I got the new WWE Magazine. So, I'm going to get to reading that. Hope you enjoyed the blog. Hopefully I said something that made sense.

Be blessed,


Friday, September 05, 2008

Regular bloggers need love to, dang it!

Sound the alarm and scream, "Lunch!" How y'all been since the last blog. Hope y'all had a good Labor Day. I myself had ribs, baked macoroni-n-cheese, green beans, and bratwurst. Jealousy is an ugly face, let's get this moving...

I'm currently listening to the Akitunde radio show. Well it really hasn't started yet, all I'm hearing is commercials, but either way. Ok, now the intro music is playing. Either way, last night we had a great time at choir rehearsal at the church. It was one of the better rehearsals I've been too in a while, no lie. Being at rehearsal however, I missed the start of the NFL season. The Giants played the Redskins, so I guess I really didn't miss much.

So the presidential stuff is going crazy, right? Now, I'm not saying vote for McCain or Obama because that's your call. But what's up with the hyprocritical stuff going on, you know? It's like the elections have turned into World Wrestling Entertainment. Much respect to the Daily Show and Colbert Report for pointing out some of the hypocracy. I'm sure there's some going on in Obama's campaign, not entirely sure about that, but with the McCain side....my God! Ever since McCain chose Palin as a VP, hell broke lose. Speaking of that, what's the deal with that? Palin? Governor of Alaska for what, two years, I believe. Hardly any experience, except "Executive." Foreign experience claims, because Alaska is close to Russia? Give me a break. I've been to Florida, so does that mean I got foreign experience because Florida is close to Cuba? Shut up! Anyway, all the news network need to watch for what they say because news flash reporters, the camera is on and recording. So when you say something then say the complete opposite, we're going to catch it. And another thing, what's up with the Republicans talking down on Obama for the stuff he's done for the community. Since when helping people get jobs and off the streets a bad thing? Think, people, think. Now I know politicans, thinking is not a skill you have, but try it, and see how it works.

Enough about politics, let's move on. Regular bloggers need love too, y'all. Now I love reading WWE's Matt Hardy's blog, and other celeberity blogs I can get too. It's cool to see what they're really thinking on certain topics. But what about us regular bloggers? Can't we get some views and comments too? You'd probably be surprise at the intellengence found in some of the blogs from us non famous people. I'm not condemning famous people's blogs, but don't forget about us.

Akintunde asked a question, do you feel ok about your kids, or kids in general, getting taught by homosexual teachers? Lord, this section is going to cause arguments, but ok. As most of you know, I believe homosexuality is a sin. Homosexuals, I have no problem with. People I have no problem with. I do have a problem with homosexuality itself. So with that being said...this is a hard question, because part of me is saying that if they have the education and have the knowledge of the particular subject then no I don't have a problem with homosexuals teaching kids, but on the other hand, if a kid goes home and talks about how womenly their male teacher is acting, and you're teaching the kid how to act masculine...then there's a contradiction there. What y'all think? Y'all opinion's might help me out a little bit of what I'm trying to say.

Thanks for reading y'all. Have a good week. Be on a look out for a new podcast. Always remember, being a Bible Scholar won't necessarily get you in to heaven. You have to be a Bible follower. Be blessed.

~Daniel aka Big d