Arthur Ashe, Jackie Robinson and Magic Johnson can credit part of their success to marrying well; they chose partners who smoothly insisted or assisted their drive to the top. Tiger Woods has made me so proud as an American and African American. Yes, my friends and I were wrong to say he is Black when he wins and Asian on the Sundays that he doesn’t win…we are wishy washy like that. Obama policies worked well “that’s my brother”…economy down next year “what up with the Hawaiian Kansan.”
On Ken Burns long documentary about Baseball, we learned that Mr. Jackie Robinson was a “race man” or a person who constantly concerned himself with uplifting his people. Before someone gets his BVDs in a bunch, that doesn’t mean that race men wanted to pull down other races; just assist in our raise out of our previous condition. Of course, Robinson found himself at odds with radicals during the civil rights era and would be so disappointed with our community today.
Cookie Johnson stood by her man when some thought that she would kill him for insulting her and putting her at risk. How is Magic doing these days? Cookie wins and the same can be said for the widow of Arthur Ashe. Jeanne and Arthur’s relationship was the standard by which we measured couples in my college crew—okay the Huxtables also but that was T.V. People talk about what would Dr. King think about this and that but I wonder about Ashe’s views.
When Ashe wanted to enlighten prominent Black Americans about the South African situation, he would coolly have a private function and broach the subject.
If I currently serving in the Senate, I would have an outdoors weekend on my southwest Georgia spread to nudge the young cats toward who I think they should be approaching. The only thing sweeter than Georgia peaches is the fruit that bosomed on the African vine. Unlike the White House, security would be in full force to keep out golddiggers and video vixens.
Kelly Rowland and any former members of Destiny’s Child
Kandi Burruss (No, Kim Zolicak can’t be Plus One)
Huma Abedin, Hilllary Clinton’s assistant
Melody Barnes, Obama Domestic Policy advisor
Tamron Hall, MSNBC
Let the matchmaking being:
Tiger and Esperanza
Lamar and Kandi
Kobe and A Keys or Huma
Ray J and Kandi or one of the former D.C. singers
Brian and Tamron
Alex and Melody or Esperanza
The Senator and Tamron or Lizz
Okay, Who told the D.J. to play Sir Mix-A-Lot:
To the beanpole dames in the magazines: You ain’t it, Miss Thing!
Give me a sister, I can’t resist her.
Red beans and rice didn’t miss her!
(Yes, I have way too much free time on my hands and half these people never dated anyone who looked like them.)
All kidding aside, Tiger and his family are going to be just fine. After all of the things he has done right, the guy can have a little drama—he is human off the course and after last year he is human on the course also. He knows who he likes and I wish them well.