Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Whoa!! Cops, Drugs, Strippers, & a Black Book...

I really didn't want to think this "black book" was real.

It was.

I didn't want to believe that The Greensboro Police Dept. was blatantly racially-profiling Black folks in The 21st Century.

It happened.

Now, at least according to the local news and local blogs, a big-time drug dealer and some strippers are now involved in the mix.

This will make a nice cable movie or documentary on Court TV or A&E someday.

Here are some links to this interesting and still developing story:

1) http://zartan2004.blogspot.com/2006/01/strippers-gpd-chief-wray-black-cops.html
(I thought this was pure fantasy. It looks like it wasn't.)

2) http://www.news-record.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20060115/NEWSREC0101/601150309
( Lorraine Ahearn of The N&R wrote this.)

(The Troublemaker's Ben Holden's view on the subject.)


Strippers, Drugs, Bad Cops...

What's next, a midget and a clown?


Blogger Big Pieces of Chicken said...

I like your blogspot. What are your views on pornography?

Friday, January 20, 2006 9:50:00 AM  
Blogger Ken B. said...

Thanks for the comments, Big. I like you blog, too. You hit it right on the nose about BET. It depends on what kind of porn. I'm an "ol' school" porn man myself. At least they had some semblance of a plot and didn't have to get "dirty."

ALOT of the new stuff is really degrading and disgusting. I'm not into urination, throwing-up because of a rough BJ, or beating a girl down to get a hard-on. Definitely not my thing. Especially some of the garbage online. There's some good new stuff out, but not like "back in the day."

If anything will spell the downfall of porn it won't be the gov't, it will be porn companies pandering to the lowest common denominator in the market. Rob Black and his "Extreme Associates" porn company is the perfect example.

I say, "Bring back the good ol' days!" Even a local porn girl called "RayVeness" in a local weekly said that there aren't anymore porn "stars," there are just people who f#ck on camera.

As for strip clubs and such, I'm all for "responsible adult entertainment." As in "no SEX in The VIP Room." Consenting adult should be able to look at what they want. The problem is that the selection is getting downright sh#tty.

I'm not down for choking a girl and calling her a bitch to get off. Did I answer your question?

P.S.: Save me a "big piece of chicken!"

Saturday, January 21, 2006 2:54:00 PM  
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