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I know these videos are old but after I wake up, stretch and meditate I watch these videos. They keep me laughing all day. good times, man…good times!!
Waka’s part around 3:14. is the best.
I guess no one ever said Mike Tyson was a good mover. But I thought he’d be less awkward. It’s true, some black people can’t dance. However, Wayne Brady kills it!! And Bobby just looks old and bloated..so sad so sad. Brady definitely scores some points with me. But I still don’t know how he feel about black women, so I can’t really rock with him.
Looking through my blackberry pics and I want to share some of the cool things I stopped to appreciate while walking around this summer. Summer is over ….womp womp The heat was brutal on my dry ass eczema ridden skin, so I’m glad this fall weather is bearable.
the beginning of summer
This is hysterical. Thanks MaryAllen!
Research confirms that drinking gives you the same benefits as yoga! Look at the following…
Position of total relaxation.
Position that brings the sensation of peace and calm.
Setu Bandha Sarvangasana
This position calms the brain and heals tired legs.
Position stimulates the midirift area and the spinal column.
Excelent for back pain and imsomnia.
Excelent for the shoulder area, thorax, legs, and arms.
Great excersice to stimulate the lumbar area, legs, and arms..
This position is great for masaging the hip area.
This position, for ankles and back muscles.
Tones the body, and builds flexibility and helps get rid of ‘stress’.
all those years…. I had no idea that I was actually exercising. I feel much better now!
photo from my short life as an apathetic dancer for Das Racist’s performance with Leslie Dick at the Whitney (http://www.whitney.org/Events/LiveOn5SongsLeslieDick). The lecture/performance was apart of the Whitney’s biennial performance series: Live on 5 Songs. The series was curated by artist/sculptor Martin Kersels. While his sculpture was aesthetically make-shift, it definitely made for an interesting and quirky performance space.
I’m a huge proponent of “contempxualizing” traditional ideas and concepts. And the linking of Das Racist’s music with Lacan’s mirror stage could make for an interesting addition to psychoanalytic discourse. But Leslie’s lecture, while accompanied by great video projections, was at times elementary. Nevertheless, I had a good time.
I literally laughed ’til I cried and Sam just looked at me like a crazy person! I’m sure my first born will do something like this.