June 2011

The first lump is going on thursday night with at THE EARL with Kool keith and all of Atl Finest. You know the deal! expect a fresh new showing of Binkis Recs as usual that night. Then at 12 am the jump off of FLUXWONDA BORNDAY!!!!

The second Lump. BINKIS RECS bornday cookout for the G-O-D Fluxwonda. It’s a potluck special also. Bring the goodness with the goodness and everything will be all goodness. the BBq jumps off at 3pm

This looks like a FRESH Documentary. My moms sent me this joint yesterday. Will definitely check it out. We heard about these feelings or experienced them in some form but some people still may not get it. Bill Duke get respect for presenting it and the creator gets Nuff Respect for creating it. FANGGGGGGG! Be on the look out!

– Speech taken from Edchange.org

The Ballot or the Bullet – By Malcolm X (April 3, 1964)

Mr. Moderator, Brother Lomax, brothers and sisters, friends and enemies: I just can’t believe everyone in here is a friend, and I don’t want to leave anybody out. The question tonight, as I understand it, is “The Negro Revolt, and Where Do We Go From Here?” or What Next?” In my little humble way of understanding it, it points toward either the ballot or the bullet.

Before we try and explain what is meant by the ballot or the bullet, I would like to clarify something concerning myself. I’m still a Muslim; my religion is still Islam. That’s my personal belief. Just as Adam Clayton Powell is a Christian minister who heads the Abyssinian Baptist Church in New York, but at the same time takes part in the political struggles to try and bring about rights to the black people in this country; and Dr. Martin Luther King is a Christian minister down in Atlanta, Georgia, who heads another organization fighting for the civil rights of black people in this country; and Reverend Galamison, I guess you’ve heard of him, is another Christian minister in New York who has been deeply involved in the school boycotts to eliminate segregated education; well, I myself am a minister, not a Christian minister, but a Muslim minister; and I believe in action on all fronts by whatever means necessary.

Although I’m still a Muslim, I’m not here tonight to discuss my religion. I’m not here to try and change your religion. I’m not here to argue or discuss anything that we differ about, because it’s time for us to submerge our differences and realize that it is best for us to first see that we have the same problem, a common problem, a problem that will make you catch hell whether you’re a Baptist, or a Methodist, or a Muslim, or a nationalist. Whether you’re educated or illiterate, whether you live on the boulevard or in the alley, you’re going to catch hell just like I am. We’re all in the same boat and we all are going to catch the same hell from the same man. He just happens to be a white man. All of us have suffered here, in this country, political oppression at the hands of the white man, economic exploitation at the hands of the white man, and social degradation at the hands of the white man.

Now in speaking like this, it doesn’t mean that we’re anti-white, but it does mean we’re anti-exploitation, we’re anti-degradation, we’re anti-oppression. And if the white man doesn’t want us to be anti-him, let him stop oppressing and exploiting and degrading us. Whether we are Christians or Muslims or nationalists or agnostics or atheists, we must first learn to forget our differences. If we have differences, let us differ in the closet; when we come out in front, let us not have anything to argue about until we get finished arguing with the man. If the late President Kennedy could get together with Khrushchev and exchange some wheat, we certainly have more in common with each other than Kennedy and Khrushchev had with each other.

If we don’t do something real soon, I think you’ll have to agree that we’re going to be forced either to use the ballot or the bullet. It’s one or the other in 1964. It isn’t that time is running out — time has run out!

1964 threatens to be the most explosive year America has ever witnessed. The most explosive year. Why? It’s also a political year. It’s the year when all of the white politicians will be back in the so-called Negro community jiving you and me for some votes. The year when all of the white political crooks will be right back in your and my community with their false promises, building up our hopes for a letdown, with their trickery and their treachery, with their false promises which they don’t intend to keep. As they nourish these dissatisfactions, it can only lead to one thing, an explosion; and now we have the type of black man on the scene in America today — I’m sorry, Brother Lomax — who just doesn’t intend to turn the other cheek any longer.

– Read the rest HERE

This looks BANGIN’!!!!!!!!

– Found at WholeFoodsMarket.com

Serves 4:

While this recipe may sound a little odd, once you try it, you’ll love the combination of three of summer’s favorite foods. Brush some good hearth bread with olive oil and grill it briefly to serve alongside. Ingredients with an asterisk (*) are available in the Whole Foods Market Family of Brands.


1 (16-ounce) package frozen tail-on raw shrimp*
Balsamic vinaigrette dressing*
2 small ripe tomatoes, quartered
2 to 3 cups watermelon in large, bite-sized chunks, seeds removed
2 to 3 ounces fresh goat cheese, crumbled*
2 to 3 tablespoons chopped fresh basil
Salt and pepper to taste


If using wood or bamboo skewers, put in water to soak. Preheat oiled grill to medium high. Brush shrimp with dressing and grill 2–3 minutes, basting and turning a few times. Remove cooked shrimp and set aside while you compose salad. On a large platter or individual plates, arrange tomatoes, watermelon and goat cheese. Top with grilled shrimp, season with salt and pepper, and garnish with chopped basil. Serve with additional vinaigrette.


Per serving (about 10oz/288g-wt.): 250 calories (110 from fat), 12g total fat, 5g saturated fat, 160mg cholesterol, 460mg sodium, 11g total carbohydrate (1g dietary fiber, 8g sugar), 24g protein

Now, I saw some “General Tao” Chips but none with the Chicken on it! HAAAAAAAA! That’s funny to me. HAAA! PEEP! FANGGGGGGGGGGG!

– Taken from PresidentsChoice.ca

No chopsticks required for this snack version of a classic Chinese food favourite! Just like General Tao Chicken, these crunchy rippled chips are sweet and medium-spiced, thanks to our own seasoning mix that includes soy, chili, garlic and ginger.


Potatoes, vegetable oil (canola and/or sunflower and/or corn), seasoning [sugar, brown sugar, hydrolyzed soy and corn protein, fancy molasses, spices (including chilies, ginger), salt, maltodextrin, monosodium glutamate, onion powder, gum arabic, natural flavour (including garlic), caramel colour, sunflower oil, citric acid, glucose solids, disodium inosinate, disodium guanylate, silicon dioxide], salt.