Archive for July, 2018

Buy Black Friday Purchases: July 13, 2018

[SIDEBAR: I read the Dick Gregory book already, but I didn't own the copy I read...I definitely had to have it for my personal library. I look forward to reading the Omar Epps book too.] Tweet

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Quote Of The Day

“The three great organized forces through which social hereditary operates are: The schools, the churches, and the public press. Any ideal that has the active co-operation of these three forces may, during the brief period of one generation, be forced upon the minds of the young so effectively that they cannot resist it.” -Napoleon Hill […]

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The Science Behind No-Melt Ice Cream

You can thank a brutal natural disaster for the invention of no-melt ice cream. According to National Geographic, no-melt ice cream was accidentally created after a 2011 tsunami in Japan damaged the country’s strawberry fields. Due to the widespread damage of the fruit, they could not be sold as whole pieces. Therefore, a pharmacy professor […]

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Quote Of The Day

“Go into the public squares of our cities and observe the monuments that have been erected to the leaders of war. Observe the posture of these statues as they stand as living symbols to glorify men who did nothing more than lead armies on escapades of destruction. Notice how well these statues of warriors, mounted […]

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Michael Jackson Almost Owned Marvel Comics?

In a 2013 interview between Piers Morgan and Joe Jackson, it was revealed that Michael Jackson almost owned Marvel. The music superstar was seeking to purchase the comics giant before Disney did. In a recorded voicemail message from 2002, Michael Jackson could be heard stating that he wanted to purchase Marvel and create a “Marvel […]

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Quote Of The Day

“In my city, the brown fields and rotting piers and rusting factories are testament to an economy that shifted and then shifted again, rendering obsolete whole generations of union-wage workers and their families. The cost to society is beyond calculation, not that anyone ever paused to calculate anything. Our economic and political leaders are dismissive […]

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