There are a lot of good people in the world, but where are they when you need them?
Why is it so important and how did it become “The National Civil Rights Museum 450 Mulberry Memphis, TN 38103 901? What's the difference between a Motel and a hotel and how did the Lorraine do that?
Sometimes I just think about shit, like what happens to all the good people? Is there really no hope? Can we make a good difference together, without meeting violent resistance and/or means? Those are some of the very same question MLK had to confront.
Or would you rather piss your life away appeasing to the devil? You do know there is a such thing as ghosts? Every time I’m alone with a white lady in an elevator I see ghosts? Now, I don’t know what the hell she’s seeing, but she’s acting pretty strange.
Why do we mimic, why do we, why are we and how do we feel such behaviors in high regard? Why do we turn our back to good behavior, while opening our arms, the door to bad behavior? When has it ever been right to abuse, for your own pleasure, another man? Isn’t that what White folk are all about? Now, are black folk about the same? Why do black folk adopt the ill-behaviors of White folk? Then, why don’t white adopt the ill-behaviors of blacks? Haven’t we been together long enough? Mean to tell me that white folk and black don’t produce shit, worth a shit?
Racial tension is there really and if there's racial tension then what kind of other tension is there? Would we know how to act without any of this?
Did we have to have the Lorraine Hotel to get to today? Then, why do you do shit that’s not needed?
Now, let's change the skin color of MLK, had he been white and let's just say, "I owned it"?
(((your inner voice.com))), Daytona, Bch. Fl.
the long arms of "American Slavery"? Is American slavery a bad thing? Was it really all that bad? Well, if you want to know the answers, who should you ask? How would I know?