Tuesday, September 27, 2005

The TRSQ Garage Sale

I noticed that in my closets there are many, many things that folks around the world really might find interesting so I decided to start a 24 hour a day garage sale, check out the items that are currently being bid on right now. Be sure to check out this link periodically, items will be added daily.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Soul Sista' Fo'real

The sister is really puttin it down, Syleena Johnson, is truly a soul sister with her third CD release, it appears she has done it again, take a listen to this cut "Another Relationship", amazing voice!

Monday, September 12, 2005

The TRSQs Daily Commentary- The Black Womans Body

You wouldnt know from the images all over the television or fashion shows all over the world, but men (of all races and nationalities) can't deny the presence of a black womans body(1), divine, robust, heart stopping, grace in motion, curves for days, phatness, and the list goes on about the queens physique. Denying ones apprectiation for a black womans body(2), would merely be just a lie. Many long to touch, but in some circles that fruit is forbidden, some fantasize about it, but that has its limits, and others, that are truly blessed, have the opportunity of a lifetime to be close, close that is, to the most fascinating, god given gift to the world, the black womens body(3).
This passage is only probing the question of physique, and not the all encompassing spirit, soul and mind of the black woman, this is merely a commentary on the physical, no offense should be taken. These are opinions of Theron of the TRSQ and just that, opinions, these views are not to offend or disrespect but only to open the inner mind to new perspectives.

Friday, September 09, 2005


Podcasting has been around for a bit, but many friends that i've talked to hadnt heard of this medium so, from the kindness of my heart, hear is an example of a podcast directory (there are many in the internet universe) but this will get you started. The whole concept of podcasting is that "you" can create your own broadcast and and send it to the world, folks have podcast topics that range from talking about light bulbs to voyerism to hurricane Katrina to any type of music you can think of, check it out!. Also you can download these podcast, they are mp3 formatted which enables one to upload them into your mobile mp3 player or upload into your automobile mp3 player. So, you can take your favorite podcast broadcasts on the road with you. It is The TRSQ's goal to have a podcast in the very, very near future, will keep you updated.

NBA stars set for hurricane relief game - 09/08/05- on TNT

While surfing the channels last night, longing for basketball, but satisfied with the start of football, noticed a familiar face Kenny "The Jet" Smith, giving an interview on CNBC (the financial channel). Of course I turned up the volume to hear what this great former NBA player and current TNT NBA analyst was talking about, turns out he is the organizer of the upcoming All-Star NBA Katrina Relief Game, that will be featured on TNT at 1100 p.m. I knew my boys would pull through with something big, they have already raised over $1,000,000 for the relief in the gulf coast region, good job guys, be sure to tune in.

Tuesday, September 06, 2005

From The Desk of Michael Moore

Dear Mr. Bush:

Any idea where all our helicopters are? It's Day 5 of Hurricane
Katrina and thousands remain stranded in New Orleans and need to be airlifted.
Where on earth could you have misplaced all our military choppers? Do
you need help finding them? I once lost my car in a Sears parking lot.
Man, was that a drag.

Also, any idea where all our national guard soldiers are? We could
really use them right now for the type of thing they signed up to do
like helping with national disasters. How come they weren't there to
begin with?

Last Thursday I was in south Florida and sat outside while the eye of
Hurricane Katrina passed over my head. It was only a Category 1 then
but it was pretty nasty. Eleven people died and, as of today, there were
still homes without power. That night the weatherman said this storm
was on its way to New Orleans. That was Thursday! Did anybody tell you? I
know you didn't want to interrupt your vacation and I know how you
don't like to get bad news. Plus, you had fundraisers to go to and mothers
of dead soldiers to ignore and smear. You sure showed her!

I especially like how, the day after the hurricane, instead of flying
to Louisiana, you flew to San Diego to party with your business peeps.
Don't let people criticize you for this -- after all, the hurricane
was over and what the heck could you do, put your finger in the dike?

And don't listen to those who, in the coming days, will reveal how you
specifically reduced the Army Corps of Engineers' budget for New
Orleans this summer for the third year in a row. You just tell them that even
if you hadn't cut the money to fix those levees, there weren't going to
be any Army engineers to fix them anyway because you had a much more
important construction job for them -- BUILDING DEMOCRACY IN IRAQ!

On Day 3, when you finally left your vacation home, I have to say I
was moved by how you had your Air Force One pilot descend from the clouds
as you flew over New Orleans so you could catch a quick look of the
disaster. Hey, I know you couldn't stop and grab a bullhorn and stand
on some rubble and act like a commander in chief. Been there done that.

There will be those who will try to politicize this tragedy and try to
use it against you. Just have your people keep pointing that out.
Respond to nothing. Even those pesky scientists who predicted this
would happen because the water in the Gulf of Mexico is getting hotter and
hotter making a storm like this inevitable. Ignore them and all their
global warming Chicken Littles. There is nothing unusual about a
hurricane that was so wide it would be like having one F-4 tornado
that stretched from New York to Cleveland.

No, Mr. Bush, you just stay the course. It's not your fault that 30
percent of New Orleans lives in poverty or that tens of thousands had
no transportation to get out of town. C'mon, they're black! I mean, it's
not like this happened to Kennebunkport. Can you imagine leaving white
people on their roofs for five days? Don't make me laugh! Race has
nothing -- NOTHING-- to do with this.

Micheal Moore

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