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WELCOME TO THE DREADFUL BITTER TRUTH SHOWI learned at a very young age that there are three truths, YOUR! MINE! & the DREADFUL BITTER TRUTH! The truth really hurts. We as a race of people don’t really want to hear the truth and that is where the problem rest. And to think that most of us will turn a sightless eye to our babies. This is the next generation. And to think some of our people will have the impudence to say that a male is not needed in the homes. And this is not a finger pointing match. Every home without a father in it isn't because he isn't trying to be there; many times his children are being forcefully kept from him. The roads that pave the Black Community and our male and female relationships are not paved with gold or roses and are surface with many Hollywood untruths of what the man and women roles are in a family and that of a loving and caring relationship. Unless we as adults pay more attention and mentor our youths and make positive attempts to give them an alternative then they are fuel for the fire of destruction. No amount of prayer, emotions, or deflecting is going to get this job done. Only the community of serious and concerned adults working together will be sufficient. Non of us in the community wants these young men terrorizing the community currently or in the future or consider them suitable candidates for marrying current or our future daughters, nieces, cousins, and sisters in our community. Our people are living other than self. As mature adults we have to take a long hard look in the mirror. This reflection is the gut wrenching dreadful bitter truth. For more show information one may call (773) 340-1572.Produced by Darnell T. Glover Media Communications Productions. Darnell T. Glover Executive Producer and Host © 2013 Darnell T. Glover Media Communications Productions All Rights Reserved
Welcome once again to Darnell Glover’s he Dreadful Bitter truth Blog talk radio show, we are very excited about our total today for so many us do not understand that words has untold powers that can heal, hurt and even kill. Each us should beautiful of what we allow to flow out of our mouths.Words of endearment are supposed to endeavor show love and care towards those with whom we find irresistible. But there are many young and old ladies referring to their friends, sisters, mothers, aunts, cousins opening an publicly as “BITCHES” the term (The) Bitch or Bitches may refer to A female dog. He bitter truth is that there are two living life forces here on Earth and that is Plants and animals and you my lady friend although may belong to the animal group but are far from being a bitch or a female dog.The Bitch, literally meaning a female dog, is a common slang term in the English language, especially used as a denigrating term applied to a person, commonly a woman. It often refers to someone who is belligerent, unreasonable, malicious, rudely intrusive or aggressive.Its original use as a vulgarism, documented to the fourteenth century, suggested high sexual desire in a woman, comparable to a dog in heat. The range of meanings has expanded in modern usage. In a feminist context, it can indicate a strong or assertive woman, one who might make men feel threatened For more info call; (773) 340-1572
Survivor, Activist, and Spoken Word Artist:
She is a Greenville, SC native who has grown to be an outstanding budding artist in the poetry community.
A member of the Upstate SC Poetry Slam Team- Say What?! Bitter Sweet has ranked top 3 in several slam competitions and throughout the upstate of South Carolina, North Carolina and Georgia.
The 2013 and 2014 'Say What?!' Slam Team Grand Slam Champion, the 2013 Soul Sister Slam Winner, winner of Queen Sheba’s Rough Language Slam in 2013 and 2014 Say What?! Venue's 12th Annversary Slam winner
She also works with Wits End Poetry, a non-profit organization built around serving the youth and senior citizens along with hosting writing and performing workshops. She's performed for elementary and middle school students.
Bittersweet's poetry is filled with raw emotion and personal triumph that will inspire, no matter your walk in life. Her most influential and favorite poets are Dr. Maya Angelou, Langston Hughes and Edgar Allen Poe.
She is quoted as saying "I only write about what i've been through. My poetry is raw and uncut just like me. I spit from the depths of my soul, there's truth in my saliva. The taste is BitterSweet."
Host Cyrus Webb welcomes filmmaker Robert Lemelson to Conversations LIVE to discuss what stirs him as a storyteller and what he hopes audiences are able to take away from BITTER HONEY.
Bitter Honey is a feature-length documentary presenting an intimate and emotionally charged portrait of three polygamous families in Bali, Indonesia. Following these families over a seven year period, the film portrays the plight of Balinese co-wives, for whom marriage is frequently characterized by psychological manipulation, infidelity, domestic violence, and economic hardship.
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End of Days Bitter Winds But Warm Heart pt1 | Show ID#shabb-082214-bitter-winds-warm-heart-pt1
End of Days Bitter Winds But Warm Heart pt1 deals pointedly with the day and age we live in. It is a day of wickedness, godliness, sinners, and saints. It is a time of many faiths, many gods, many devils, and a savior. It is a time of the end which the prophets wrote about. We are here, the generation of the baby boomers and many others. We are welcoming in the greatest age in prophecy ever!
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The New York Giants are 3-3, but could easily be 0-7. That's of course if you took math lessons with Jason Piere Paul.
The G-Men did the talking before the game, they stomped on the Eagles' logo at midfield, but Philadelphia's actions did all the speaking.
The result ... the Birds recorded their first shutout since Dec. 1 1996 with a dominant 27-0 victory.
LeSean McCoy got back on track with 149 yards rushing, while the offensive line played their best game of the season.
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To state that this host is excited is an understatement today. I am so elated and excited to present the cast of the web series Bitter Party of Five. The cast is inclusive of Jason Antoon, Tricia O'Kelley, Romy Rosemont, Mary Birdsong, and Greg Cromer. We will discuss their show, their individual accolades, and their experiences in entertainment. Let's just see how bitter I can get with this cast of characters!!!
For the first time in team history, the Philadelphia Eagles (4-1) will wear all black in their NFC East clash with the New York Giants (3-2).
The Eagles' offense has sputtered the last few weeks while New York seems to be in full stride following an 0-2 start to the campaign under new offensive coordinator Ben McAdoo. Philadelphia, though, has found other ways to score, posting seven non-offensive touchdowns through its first five games. The 1998 Seattle Seahawks hold the all-time mark with 13 non-offensive scores.
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Ephesians 4:31 says, for good reason, “Let all BITTERNESS, be put away from you, with all malice!” Some of us have excuses for getting to be bitter, staying bitter, or refusing to leave bitterness alone! Heroin this ‘cast, Dr. Williams gives you the BIBLICAL remedy for this destructive emotion!
Behold, thy Lord said to the angels: "I will create a vicegerent on earth." They said: "Wilt Thou place therein one who will make mischief therein and shed blood?- whilst we do celebrate Thy praises and glorify Thy holy (name)?" He said: "I know what ye know not."
Violence. We see it on the web, the local and national news.
It seems that either literally or figuratively, we all are getting a taste of the “apple pie” that H-Rap Brown (aka Imam Jamil Al-Amin), spoke of years ago. Make no mistake; within the context of that particular observation, this is far from a sweet dessert, but a bitter acrid cider of devastation and despair.
The well-publicized acts of violence capture the dreaded imagination and hysterical fear of the populace, and the intellectualization of politicians, sociologists and a host of “intellectuals”.
Of particular concern today, is what appears to be a rise in violent behavior by black people, both men and women.
What has happened over time?
Are black people becoming more violent than ever, or are we (including this writer), unwitting victims of a press propaganda machine that disproportionately focuses on violent crimes committed by black people, thus giving others’ a “pass”?
Do the YouTube and Worldstarhiphop videos speak to a complete social, moral, cultural and spiritual breakdown of our community?
What about black women? Are the caricatures in the Madea movies or in in Martin Lawrence sitcoms just comedy, or what many presume are accurate depictions of a “strong” black woman?
What are the factors in our violent behavior? Poverty? Lack of fathers? Diet? Music? “Leaders” who only seem to be concerned when the violent offenders are white?
We want to review these points and more, this Saturday, November 15th, on Critical Discourse