Thursday, April 2, 2015

Thought Corner: Why Earning A Higher Education Is Important For Personal and Emotional Growth

04/02/2015
By: Lucky Smith

I have notice that the majority of overt sexist, racist, and close-minded individuals tend to be very uneducated. Not to say, in the world of academia does not have issues concerning sexism, racism and narrow mindedness, but the levels for these social cancers are lower. For the most part sexist and racist individuals may have became educated enough to learn to hide their personal views. Which is still harmful. As Stuart Hall said, "Inferential racism is the most dangerous because it is invisible."  Overall, the majority in the world of academia have been exposed to diversity enough to gain respect for different cultures, backgrounds, and genders. One of the main points to having a student to take so many prerequisites and educational requirements  for graduation is to become well round. To not only become an expert in their career field, but to think outside the box. Whereas, the average high school graduate and/or high school drop out most likely will be unable to fully appreciate differences in foreign cultures and anything alien to them because they lack  knowledge. Knowledge provokes awareness in-turns hails for action.  Therefore, many of those individuals are trapped in the ideologies for gender roles, racial fallacies and false entitlement.  Their world is so tiny, that they live in fear of the unknown. Fear is the root for hate, addiction and abuse.  Those same individuals falsely use religion, gender and ethnicity as rationale for their monstrous roles in society. Excusing their need for domination and power at the expense of someone else. The saddest part of the social dynasty  is the fact those individuals do not know they are the ones being dominated and controlled. The capitalist economy gets the cheapest labor from the  most uneducated. They are fulfilling their predetermined roles as mindless worker bees. The capitalist hierarchy design these roles for the worker bees to being small minded, angry and chaotic with being controllable by the Repressive State Apparatus. The chaos itself creates the illusion that codependency for capitalist order being a needed in order to function. So yes, earning a higher education is beyond getting a job but improvement on the individuals personal and emotional growth.

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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

George’s Gluten Free Comedy @ HaHa Comedy Club & CafĂ©



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Monday, March 30, 2015

Hollywood Corner: The Black Heff Interviews

03/30/2015
By: Lucky Smith

I had the honor to interview The Black Heff. I called him on March 16, 2015 to conduct the phone interview, while he was at his legendary estate in the heart of Texas. The Black Heff is an author, entrepreneur  and music artist. The Black Heff is also known as Jakafella for his work as a rapper and writer. Currently, on Amazon his book titled Game is Meant To Be Sold a fictional story about a drug dealer struggling to survive and rise out of poverty. Accompanying his book is the soundtrack with the duplicate title as the book. The Black Heff is an assiduous businessman, who is also starring in the reality series Black Heff Reality Show. The show was feature on the Discovery Channel’s American Underworld. Black Heff Reality Show is base on his company Team Concept. Team Concept composes of The Black Heff and three female exotic dancers. The purpose of the company is to sell men the fantasies of these beautiful women without having to be degraded into prostitution and prohibiting drug use. His goal is to keep the women safe from the dangers that some exotic dancers may encounter while The Black Heff and the ladies collect an immense profit. The Black Heff is using every asset to capitalize in order to built his empire. Next on his agenda is the national book tour. To find out more please check out the interview below.  


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Check out his websites:
http://www.blackheff.com/index.html
http://www.jakafella.com/
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Thursday, March 26, 2015

Comedy Corner: The NEW Haha Comedy Club “Hoohahs at Haha”

 03/25/2015
 By: Lucky Smith
“Laughter is not a cure, but it can do some good.”- George Blake
The new Haha Comedy Club, located in 4712 Lankershim Blvd., Toluca Lake, California hosted George’s Gluten Free Comedy on Sunday, March 22, 2015 for Women’s History Month and benefiting I.C.O.N.’s cancer research grant. I.C.O.N. funds a research grant with Stop Cancer to support its ongoing efforts to end cancer through its Seed Grant.  The show featured an all-woman lineup of LA’s hottest comedians: Rachel Henn, Crista Jackson, Satarius, Becky Robinson, Karina Luna and others.  George Blake  produced the show. He is a comedian, writer and producer with credits from The Wannabes starring Savvy  from Starz Kids and Family, and Reed Between the Lines from BET.  Blake is also a Co-Executive Producer for Spicerack Productions Playground Politix, currently in film festivals internationally. He has performed as a comedian at The Comedy Store, Flappers Comedy Club, and numerous shows and events in the local Los Angeles area. Blake produces monthly shows combining his production experience with special events like 2014’s Stop Cancer “Pop Up Night of Fashion.”  Please check out the mini interview and highlights from the show.
Go to link below for upcoming shows:
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