January 2011

This Documentary needs to be bought! Peep ” www.houseofnumbers.com “.

” In House of Numbers: Anatomy of an Epidemic, an AIDS film like no other, the HIV/AIDS story is being rewritten. This is the first film to present the uncensored POVs of virtually all the major players; in their own settings, in their own words. It rocks the foundation upon which all conventional wisdom regarding HIV/AIDS is based. House of Numbers could well be the opening volley in a battle to bring sanity and clarity to an epidemic gone awry. “

This is a video I got over at www.ForbiddenKnowledgeTV.com, PEEP:

” This segment of “In Lies We Trust: The CIA, Hollywood & Bioterrorism,” produced and by consumer advocate, Dr. Leonard Horowitz, features the world’s leading vaccine expert, Dr. Maurice Hilleman, who explains how Merck’s vaccines were “accidentallly” responsible for spreading AIDS, leukemia and other cancers worldwide. “

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I just read a short article on this braddah yesterday! PEEP!!!

Bio(Courtesy of Myspace.com):

KING JACK MOOSE Im A Super Star . I Acted In A Motion Picture MOVING TARGET . Im On My Way To Being A Motivated Speaker. Dilinger KJM has been subjected to abuse since his early childhood years. Thrown into a life of turmoil and crime was the only way of life he’d known, it is what he had been a product of. Dilinger KJM grew up in hell and his life resume is proof positive that everyone can change with the help of GOD and a strong will to be the best regardless of your upbringing and unfortunate life circumstances. Every year, hundreds of children report being abused, and every year, even more cases go unreported. Especially in cases of male sexual abuse and rape, survivors often never think of reporting due to the shame and isolation one feels. Young and adult men are taught that they should be able to defend themselves against anything, and learning this isn’t always the case, can be very hard. Further, in regards to children, abuse is not always physical, and is not always active-neglect is an unfortunately common form of abuse that some families cannot find ways to avoid. The Census Bureau reports that 76% of children are home alone after school. In poorer (and even not-so-poor families) drug abuse can factor in: 13% of children live in a house where illicit drugs are used, 24% in families where alcohol is abused. Kids who join gangs cite, as a reason for joining, a sense of belonging and discipline, and it is no wonder.

Dilinger KJM is a great example of how the strong can survive and overcome the evil of the streets and an abusive home life. From and early infant he was separated from his mother and bounced throughout foster homes until he reached the tender age of 5. The hell then went from worse to brutal. His story is a heart wrenching tragedy that would be unbelievable to most but real life for many, mainly Dilinger KJM. It is refreshing to see someone whom has lead a petty life of crime and turn all those past negatives into something positive and to endure the courage to share his life experience with strangers throughout the inner cities and suburbs, who will listen to his saga. As a mentor for school-age children and people of all walks of the world, it is a motivational tool for people to hear and realize that anyone can achieve their goals and wildest dreams. All things are possible and attainable if you stay focused and listen to your heart and act with your soul. Never let anyone tell you that you can’t do it or tell you that it is impossible or unattainable. It is important and somewhat mandatory for victims to share their testimonials and stories of courage and achievement to our younger generations. It provides encouragement and motivation for people young and old to follow their dreams and aspirations. This is the message that Dilinger KJM is trying to share with all that will hear and embrace his story. It could possible save the life of an innocent child.

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We’re back with Friday Night Videos. It’s been a minute. The gods out here putting in work. Non the less, we need to keep you all vibing . Especially those of you who don’t spend your nights out in the streets. Sit back or lay back or whatever the hell you do when you’re LAMOX! I’m gonna be all over the place so… Get into it and enjoy! FANGGGGGGGGG!

by Billy Johnson, Jr. in Hip-Hop Media Training

It’s official. The ribbon-cutting ceremony for the opening of FFC, Flav’s Fried Chicken, took place Monday. Hip-hop and reality star Flavor Flav is a partner in his first-time venture as a restauranteur.

The menu includes the Public Enemy hypeman’s specially seasoned fried chicken recipe, ribs, greens, and macaroni and cheese.

Before teaming with Nick Cimino to establish FFC, Flav already had a relationship with Cimino’s brother, Peter, who owns Mama Cimino’s in Las Vegas. The pizza restaurant sells Flavor Flav’s 99-cent wings.

It was Nick’s idea to create an eatery based on Flav’s recipe. “Nick sees me frying the chicken and says, ‘I’m going back to my town and I’m going to build us a restaurant, the first FFC restaurant,'” Flav told the Clinton Herald. “I said, ‘Huh, are you serious?'” FFC is located next to the Mama Cimino in Clinton, Iowa.

According to an online review, the Flavor Flav chicken wings had an “extremely oily smell” but were “surprisingly tasty.”
Flav revealed what separates his chicken from competitors Kentucky Fried Chicken, Popeye’s, Church’s, and others. “When you take the breading off the chicken all’s you gonna taste is some boiled chicken,” he said. “But the secret with FFC is I season my meat first. Then I let the meat season the flour…If you take the breading off my chicken, you’ll still taste all of my seasonings.”

Flav, born William Drayton Jr., is not new to the restaurant business. He told the Clinton Herald that he grew up watching his mother and sisters cook at their family restaurant, the Soul Diner. “I kinda learned how to cook on my own by watching them,” he said.

Flav said he earned a culinary degree in cheffing in 1978, and had also worked as a head cook at the Nassau County Court House as well as at Uniondale High School, both in Long Island.

He added that opening a chicken restaurant has been a longtime dream. He has always wanted to compete with Kentucky Fried Chicken. “I always said, ‘Colonel Sanders, you better watch out, boy. Your boy Flavor Flav is coming and you got something on your hands.'” Ironically, FFC is located near a KFC.

To be honest, I was more shocked that Flav convincingly pulled off three successful seasons of dating show “Flavor Of Love” than I am about the establishment of this business. As a buffalo wing connoisseur myself, I’m looking forward to doing a taste test during my next stop in Vegas or first trip to Clinton.

I gotta talk to dude about actually drinking during skits. Smh


Has your horoscope been really off? It may not be the astrologer’s fault. It may be the universe’s.

Fort Myers’ NBC affiliate WBBH reports that according to astronomer Parke Kunkle, Earth is in a different spot in relation to the Sun, and its equatorial alignment has changed, from 3,000 years ago when the study of astrology began — back when 12 zodiac signs were assigned to 12 different periods of the year.

Astrological signs are different now because the Earth’s wobble on its axis has created a one-month bump in the alignment of the stars, according to Kunkle.

“Because of this change of tilt, the Earth is really over here in effect and Sun is in a different constellation than it was 3,000 years ago,” Kunkle is quoted as telling WBBH.

The shifting around has created a 13{+t}{+h} sign in the constellation Ophiuchus, the serpent bearer.

Here are the new signs:

Capricorn: Jan. 20 – Feb. 16

Aquarius: Feb. 16 – March 11

Pisces: March 11- April 18

Aries: April 18- May 13

Taurus: May 13- June 21

Gemini: June 21- July 20

Cancer: July 20- Aug. 10

Leo: Aug. 10- Sept. 16

Virgo: Sept. 16- Oct. 30

Libra: Oct. 30- Nov. 23

Scorpio: Nov. 23- Nov. 29

Ophiuchus: Nov. 29- Dec. 17

Sagittarius: Dec. 17- Jan. 20

While this is bad news for everyone who’s been getting bad advice from their horoscope, it may be good news for people who make items with zodiac signs on it: their product line has just expanded.

So, what’s your new sign? And will this affect how you read your horoscope?

STEP 1: Cut off any extra fat globules from your chicken breasts. Cut each breast into 6 strips, diagonally to prevent the end strips from being really short.

STEP 2: Prepare your breading station by gathering three bowls. In the first bowl combine the flour and salt. In the second bowl, combine the eggs and coconut milk. Whisk together until well combined. In the third bowl, stir together the panko bread crumbs and shredded coconut.

STEP 3: Place 1/4 cup of vegetable oil in a large heavy duty skillet and heat over medium/high heat until it is just below smoking. You can test the heat by throwing in a little bit of flour. When it is hot enough, the flour will sizzle and create a lot of bubbles.

STEP 4: While the oil is heating, dredge the chicken strips. First, coat each strip in the flour and salt mixture. Then dip each into the eggs/coconut milk and finally coat each in panko and shredded coconut. I find it easiest to coat all of them in the flour then go back and then do the egg wash and panko/coconut for each before moving onto the next.

STEP 5: After breading the strips, the oil should be hot enough. Place about 6 strips in the pan at once. There should only be one layer in the pan and there should be about an inch between each strip. If you over crowd the pan it will get too cold and the strips will soak up a lot of oil instead of frying. Fry the strips for 2-3 minutes on each side or until they are golden brown and crispy. Place them on a plate with paper towel to drain and move on to the next batch. After a couple of batches you may need more oil so you can add the second 1/4 cup to the pan. Allow the oil to come up to temperature before frying the next batch (2-3 minutes). Because the strips are thin, they should be cooked through by the time both sides are browned. You can tell by the texture of the chicken; it should be stiff when pressed. If you cut your strips thicker, you will need to bake off the chicken after frying to make sure the insides are cooked through.

STEP 6: When all of the strips are done frying, serve immediately with sweet chili sauce to dip in. I garnished mine with a little bit of chopped cilantro.
LINK:Coconut Chicken w/ Sweet Chili Dipping Sauce

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